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Four Black Self Promoters and a Weak NFL Franchise Disrespect America
Four black punks who never served a day in the military, exploited the stardom that comes with becoming an NFL football player to disrespect the men and women who have died fighting for the good of this great country and often for humanity prior to their contest on Sunday.
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Keeping the poor impoverished
Callous eco-imperialists use lies, scare stories to deny poor countries better living standards

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Real climate denial; Democratic VP nominee misrepresents Cornwall Alliance on Senate floor
Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) is the running-mate choice for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. Yet he recently joined other Democratic Senators on the Senate floor to attack the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation and other Virginia-based organizations, in an attempt to defend climate alarmism against its critics.
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Time To Call Trump What He Is... A Big Fat Liar
There must be a better way. I am so tired--you don't know how tired--of watching Donald Trump go on TV and lie with impunity.

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Joseph and Mary Can't Get To Bethlehem In The Banksy Christmas card
A politically charged rendering of the Nativity scene known as the "Banksy Christmas card" has gone viral on the World Wide Web again this week.
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MARCH MADNESS: The Power of Faith
(This is an archive written by the late Leslie Centanni. March, 2005) What is it about March? It doesn't seem to have the personality of any other month. It earned the "in like a lion, out like a lamb" reputation with the unpredictable nature of its weather changes, which seem to mirror the unpredictable nature of humans in general at this time of year.
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The Politics Of Politics
I once took a job working for a retired military guy. He and his elderly secretary ran a small trade office in a dusty, then-developing town in southern California, and I was recently relocated, in desperate need of work. He was a lovely old gent, and his secretary, Helen, was a sweet lady.
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NASCAR & BIG BUSINESS: Boogity, Indeed!
(This is an archive written by the late Leslie Centanni. March, 2005) Let me entertain you with a personal encounter between myself and the seductive world of fast cars and racing.
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Make Your Move
We all face difficult or seemingly insurmountable challenges at one time or another, and surely we all require help now and again. Let that hard reality be the catalyst that motivates you to help someone else.
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Feb. Black History Month: Money Knows No Color
(This is an archive written by the late Leslie Centanni.) One of the biggest corporate initiatives ever undertaken in the modern world of business is "diversity awareness." People are hired specifically to address the issue of "diversity in the workplace". They get paid a hefty salary to study the companies they work for, strongly introduce the concept of "appreciating the differences" in us all, and address problems with the - how shall we say? - un-diversified among us.
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Open Letter To Atheists
Admitally I often engage in posting positive uplifting Christian messages on Facebook. I don't tell folks they are going to hell if they don't believe what I believe. I don't mock people who reject my faith but I am not afforded the same treatment from atheists, especially from those who call me "friend" online.
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The Hard, Cold Truth
(This is an archive written by the late Leslie Centanni. July, 2005) There is good, and there is evil. That's the hard, cold truth. There is good that surpasses even the highest expectations, and leaves us filled with emotions almost too great to bear. It's good when a baby is born healthy, it's good when people help each other live, survive, and even die. Then there is evil that surpasses even the worst of our fears, and leaves us filled with fear, dread, and even despair.
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G.I. Joe
(This is an archive written by the late Leslie Centanni. July, 2005) One of the first things I asked when I got to basics in Orlando was what the "G.I." in G.I. Joe meant. "Government issue!" was the derisive response. "It means you belong to the government now." "But I'm in the Navy, not the Army!" I protested, which brought a healthy snort and an aside of "dumbass"! So I learned, military style... when you join the military, you bind yourself to something bigger than yourself.
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Social Security: The Corporate Connection
(This is an archive written by the late Leslie Centanni. July, 2005)Everyone seems so preoccupied with social security these days, I decided it was high time for me to look at it in more depth. Apparently, there's a crisis, and everyone is up-in-arms because grandma won't get her check.
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The Sarbanes-Oxley Shuffle
(This is an archive written by the late Leslie Centanni. July, 2005) I'm always looking for a job. I used to feel bad about it, until I realized most of us are. Even if it's just to see what's out there, or what other people do for a living. Also, I love it when people drop by my office, even if for no other reason than it distracts me from working.
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