4 October 2015 – My sister commented on one of my daughter’s Facebook posts. Apparently she unblocked me and commented on a post that I did so I would see it. Not sure what kind of game she is playing. – My mother may have life insurance, not sure, but her burial is already paid … More Updates to “Benamins” Post
On Sunday, 16 Aug 2015, my sister called me and verbally attacked me for 55 minutes. Ironically, she asked me if she would ever hear from me again. Here was my response: Your call on Sunday started with your anger about me not going to (your town) to watch mom during your vacation and then … More Could It Be All About The Benjamins?
Marjorie, born in Scotland between 1253 and 1256 and died in 1292, was the Countess of Carrick from 1256 to 1292. She is the daughter of Niall, Earl of Carrick and his wife Margaret, the second daughter of Walter, High Steward and Justiciar of Scotland (Panton, 2011). Marjorie is best known as the mother of … More Marjorie Bruce – The Countess of Carrick
The Second Amendment is very ambiguous. “A well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Some people read it and believe that it means only the military can have arms. To understand what the Founding Fathers meant when … More Intent of the 2nd Amendment
This is a response to some of the reasons people are supporting the confederate flag on Facebook. In their posts, they cite Tariffs, State’s Rights, the “Lost Cause” meaning of the flag, and that thousands of African Americans proudly and willingly served in the Confederate Army. Some start their posts with something like “I’m preaching … More The Heritage of the Rebel Flag