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Where’s Ken Carman?

It’s seems that the United States Postal Service is looking for Ken in his home town. It seems that a package that he has been waiting for has arrived and his ‘critter’ is getting lonely without him.
Don’t worry, it won’t suffocate, but it may tend to get agitated if left alone too long.

God Ain’t Blessing America This Week

One of my favorite political cartoonists is Pat Oliphant. His most recent post shows a starving African mother with child outside of a restaurant while an American couple eat and wish they would leave while they were eating.
Normally he is right on the money, and he is correct, but there are Americans, homeless, being told by politicians that they can supplement their diets by Dumpster Diving.
Why the hell are we worrying about feeding Africa when the greatest source of food in the food is here, and we’re allowing our own people to starve.
They’re tearing down foreclosed houses in many cities, and there are thousands living in tunnels under Las Vegas, New York and on and on. Detroit is talking about establishing green zones where farming can take place where houses and factories used to be. Yet we are still paying out subsides to farmers to NOT grow crops, to NOT milk cows. In other words, to purposely force the price of everything up, not only to consumers, but in the end, to the farmers themselves.
Even better. The FDA is fining organic farms for growing crops for resale and will soon be going after Mom & Pop operations in your local areas. That law was slipped through earlier this year. No private vegetable gardens.
I really hope that I come out of this coma soon and find out this has all been a figment of my imagination.

A Little Humor From the Support Your Local Faith Department

Texas beer joint sues church
Laugh A Little.
Texas Nationalist Movement

In a small Texas town, (Mt. Vernon ) Drummond’s bar began construction on a new building to increase their business.. The local Baptist church started a campaign to block the bar from opening with petitions and prayers. Work progressed right up till the week before opening when lightning struck the bar and it burned to the ground. The church folks were rather smug in their outlook after that, until the bar owner sued the church on the grounds that the church was ultimately responsible for the demise of his building, either through direct or indirect actions or means.

The church vehemently denied all responsibility or any connection to the building’s demise in its reply to the court. As the case made its way into court, the judge looked over the paperwork. At the hearing he commented, “I don’t know how I’m going to decide this, but as it appears from the paperwork, we have a bar owner who believes in the power of prayer, and an entire church congregation that does not.”