Author Archives: Menagerie

EMP Vulnerability: Worse Than A Zombie Apocalypse

Vulnerability: Expert testimony before Congress on Thursday warned that an electromagnetic pulse attack on our power grid and electronic infrastructure could leave most Americans dead and the U.S. in another century. That dire warning came from Peter Vincent Pry, a … Continue reading

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A Letter To Our “Keepers”

Dear Mr. President, members of Congress, judges, FBI agents, Bureau of Land Management, EPA, IRS, Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police, law enforcement officers, and anyone acting in any capacity for the government who think their job is to keep us down, … Continue reading

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Monday Open Thread – May 12th

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those … Continue reading

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Happy Mothers Day – For Our Moms….

Historians tell us that the predecessor of the Mother’s Day holiday was the spring festival honoring mother goddesses. In ancient Greece, the spring festival honored Rhea, wife of Cronus and mother of the gods and goddesses. Cybele was honored in … Continue reading

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Harvard To Host Black Mass

 The logical end to liberal education is finally reached. RNS) A Harvard-affiliated student club will host a Satanic “black Mass” on Monday (May 12) as part of an educational exercise, a stunt that the Archdiocese of Boston says “places participants … Continue reading

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It Is Accomplished

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Menagerie’s Mailboxes and Old Barns: Pioneer Problems And Present Day Perplexities

Picking up the story of my grandfather’s book, we jump back into the story of settlers in Kansas, just as the Civil War starts. The first part of the book is told here. My grandfather titled his book Pioneer Problems and … Continue reading

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Mailboxes and Old Barns: From Luxemburg to Pleasant Run, A Pioneer Tale by Menagerie

My paternal grandfather, born to a pioneer family in 1881 on the plains of Kansas, wrote a book for our family, a collection of his memories of a life that spanned a time when he still saw Indians water ponies … Continue reading

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And Now There Remain Faith, Hope, and Charity, These Three: But the Greatest of These Is Charity

 [1] If I speak with the tongues of men, and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. [2] And if I should have prophecy and should know all mysteries, and all … Continue reading

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I Side With?

The link I clicked on to get to this survey asked How Liberal Are You? For once, I decided to take this quiz, after passing over such titillating offerings as finding out which rock band I am, or what fruit … Continue reading

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