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Friday, June 26, 2009
Here's an interesting article about the late Farrah Fawcett and my favorite author.
Posted by Kelly McNulty Valenzuela at 9:11 AM
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
It made me very sad to read this, but it's so good I wanted to share it.
Posted by Kelly McNulty Valenzuela at 12:30 PM
Here's a great article about government education and what's wrong with it. I'm tired of children and parents taking the blame for the problems in education, when the culprit is the government school system.
Posted by Kelly McNulty Valenzuela at 9:32 AM
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Here's yet another example for those of you screaming for government intervention into every aspect of our already heavily regulated lives. Socialism still doesn't work.
Posted by Kelly McNulty Valenzuela at 9:45 AM
A few days ago, I was in my local Hallmark store to buy some stationary and they had a Christian radio station playing in the background. This man had called in with his example of a "miracle." He had been diagnosed with hepatitis C several years previously, but at his most recent checkup, his new doctor could find no trace of it. The caller started bawling like a baby and praising God for this "miracle." Gee, how miraculous the lab screwed up his first test results. That NEVER happens! :-P The whole segment made me laugh out loud in the quiet store. I have no idea if anyone knew what I was laughing at, but I kinda hoped they did. They have the right to play that crap in their business, but I also have the right to laugh hysterically at it.
Posted by Kelly McNulty Valenzuela at 9:34 AM
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
This is so good, I wanted to cross-post it here. Statism (communism, socialism, fascism, etc.) doesn't work! Capitalism is the only way. And I mean pure, unregulated, laissez-faire capitalism!
Posted by Kelly McNulty Valenzuela at 1:24 PM
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
I thought I had already posted this here, but I guess not. This website has a great chart showing the annihilation of the buying power of the dollar. No wonder I make more now than both of my parents combined (during the 80s oil bust in Houston, with two teenagers in the house), and I'm just barely getting by. This is atrocious!
Posted by Kelly McNulty Valenzuela at 1:45 PM