What’s a Conservative to Do?

November 28th, 2012

By Dan Miller Things are getting worse and we have to do something. But what, how and when? We can continue to lick our wounds, gripe as the situation deteriorates or try to ignore the problems. Alternatively, we may be able to do something useful. The situation is deteriorating. David Solway asked at PJ Media […]

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If Reason and Compromise Don’t Work, How about Music? Civil War Could Be a Bad Alternative

November 25th, 2012

By Dan Miller Music and verse have long encouraged churches, nations and others. Perhaps it’s time to try that again. Yesterday, I posted this piece because it provided a brief respite from the horrors of what now passes for civilization. It includes two YouTube videos of “flash mobs” doing their bit for good and a […]

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What Would Woody Say?

December 1st, 2011

By Jan Barry “Woody Guthrie spoke plain About deportees and dust bowl days… So what would Woody write? Right now in these hard times” That’s the sobering, yet enticing question that activist-songwriter Sharleen Leahey raises in her new CD collection, entitled “Rumors of Peace.” What would the “Poet of the People” who sang about plain […]

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Business: Steps to Stress Mastery

May 14th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor Having the right attitude and positive goals, as I discussed in the last issue of Prime Business Alert!, are important steps for becoming a stress master. But just thinking about mastering stress won’t make it so. You have to actually do things to relieve your stress.  Here are some suggestions for […]

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Blue Moon Saturday Nights

May 22nd, 2010

By Larry Ennis Ben Waters was a close friend of my Grandpa Henry. They had worked together for many years in the Brook Side Coal Mines. The fact that Ben was black and Henry was white never mattered one iota. The two men fished, hunted, made moonshine, and even raised gardens together. Ben had been […]

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