Dear Readers, As a Civil War book writer, “Rough Enough” Richard Clow’s Civil War and Frontier Experiences, 1864 – 1885 with letters I have a number of qualms about the blanket removal of a number of Civil War historic statues… Read More ›
The Union President Says it – SPOT ON! There is a line in the sand. We all must stand against the forces of evil.
Check the link and listen to what the President of the AFL-CIO says to us working people at this link: Union President explains why POTUS is wrong! AFL-CIO President Mr Richard Trumpka is saying it like it needs to be… Read More ›
“The Ghosts of Ukuthula” isn’t just any old historical fiction book. It deals with historical facts about Russia that continue to plague us even today. It shows us how our own inconsistent short term goal political system is beginning to… Read More ›
When the night is cold and dreary….Just remember un the winter …neath the bitter snows …lies the bud that with the springtime and the warmth …becomes the Rose!
Where have all the flowers gone! Here’s What Mt. Hood Looks like when you see it when the storms clear. Look at those wind blown snow plumes! Here’s my house in OR after a whole month of snow/shovel/snow/shovel/sn…. Guess when… Read More ›
Wow! What a story! If you’ve never seen African driver ants coming through the forest, or stepped on their warpath inadvertently in your open sandals, then you’ve got something coming! … Source: Billions of Africans – Ready to Take over… Read More ›
My old Peace Corps buddy from Cameroon (19666), Mickey Johnson,(That’s him with the Green Mamba – one lucky fellow it didn’t bite him!) made a gret observation about “The Ghosts of Ukuthula.” He pointed out a quote from on p…. Read More ›