Best Books of February 2013
Best Books of February 2013
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Michelle Obama claims the girl who performed at Obama’s inauguration was shot by some kids using an automatic weapon. Actually, the girl was shot by a man who fired a handgun, firing six shots requiring the trigger to be pulled six times.
Barack Obama told us when Obamacare was passed that â€œI will not sign it if it adds one dime to the deficit, now or in the future, period.â€ Now a report from the GAO on Obamacare released today, claims “Obamacare will increase the long-term federal deficit by $6.2 trillion.”
If their lips are moving…
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 25, 2012)
I seem to be gravitating to the paranormal lately. In â€œScironâ€ we meet a ghost or apparition hanging around a new homeâ€™s second floor. The house is haunted by the ghost of a man killed on the tracks of an old railroad line, active during WWII. Rashleigh educates the reader about the alliance between Germany and Russia. We meet some Communists playing at hindering the war effort of Britain on their home soil. We read about the consequences of their efforts.
Sciron refers to an outlaw that robs travelers, forces them to kneel and wash his feet. â€œWhen they knelt, â€¦he kicked them over a cliff into the sea where they were eaten by a monstrous sea turtle.â€ The mythology featuring Sciron is a nice parallel to the novel written by Rashleigh. In life, there are usually consequences, and I guarantee youâ€™ll stick around for the action.
The DJIA gives a giant SELL signal today. The DJIA hit a new high, 14081.58, then collapsed down 216.40, wiping out all the lows of the past four weeks. Scary!
The warnings of a government takeover of your tax-differed retirement plans are coming more frequently. Vision To America just told us:
Last January 18th, in a little noticed interview of Richard Cordray, acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Bloomberg reported â€œ[t]he U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau [CFPB] is weighing whether it should take on a role in helping Americans manage the $19.4 trillion they have put into retirement savings, a move that would be the agencyâ€™s first foray into consumer investments.â€ That thought generates some skepticism, as aptly expressed by the Richard Terrell cartoon published by American Thinker.
Days later On January 24th President Obama renominated Cordray as CFPB director even though his recess appointment was not due to expire until the end of 2013.
When there is $19.4 trillion sitting there, it’s hard for the government to resist the temptation of seizure. I expect when there’s no one left who will loan the government any more money, your assets will be seized and you will be forced to buy treasuries to fund Social Security or Medicare.
The governments covets your tax-differed assets and will steal them soon.
Rachael J. Thorne (Author)
Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
People are still combusting! Just the other day Sequoyah County authorities in Oklahoma say a man who died in a fire at his home may have spontaneously combusted. There are about 200 cases per year worldwide where spontaneous combustion was not been ruled out as the cause of death.
Alyssa Matthews, a paranormal investigator, is researching a case from eight years ago in which a man died by fire. All that was left of his body was a charred blob of meat. The coroner reveals the man died from a fire from within or spontaneously combusted. In the dead manâ€™s effects is a CD that when played opens her world to love and horror.
Rachel J. Thorneâ€™s novel treats us to her theories about what happens when you die, the cause of spontaneous combustion, and a theory about why ghosts stick around the physical world. Itâ€™s a love story; itâ€™s a story you want to read only with the lights on.
A steal at 99 cents!
by Marie Howe
You know it was funny because he seemed so well the night before
I stayed over to meet a student before class
–sitting at the picnic table…already so hot so early.
I must have been looking for a pen or something
when I thought of the car keys and, rummaging through my bag,
couldn’t find them and was up and walking across the grass when
I heard myself say, I feel as if I’m going to lose something today,
–and then I knew, and ran the rest of the way.
The leading edge of a large, powerful winter storm descended on the western United States on Wednesday, dropping snow as far south as Tucson, Arizona!
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