Busy Days! And Seed Saving

It's spring! That means outdoor activity around here has sprung into high gear. The hyacinths and tulips have finished their bloom cycles. The strawberries, peaches, apricots, plums, and nectarines are blossoming. The onions that overwintered, as well as the freshly planted ones, are coming up strong and healthy and happy. The rhubarb that the chickens … Continue reading Busy Days! And Seed Saving

Climate Denier/Climate Realist

Okay, I'll admit it. The term "Climate Denier" rankles me because NO ONE denies that climate exists, and no one with any real knowledge denies that climate changes, and IS changing. So how about we quit with the Sophomoric name calling and look at some real facts? Please? The climate is changing. Yes. Accepted fact. … Continue reading Climate Denier/Climate Realist

Which Science????

I've rarely seen a political cartoon do as good a job of portraying a situation as this one does at this time of mis- and dis-information! https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/2020/05/09/173588?hpnl=true Maybe the disparity is so great we should say, "Witch science". If you have found this information helpful, please click the "like" button and share a link with … Continue reading Which Science????

Cheesy Chicken & Green Bean Casserole

This yummy and colorful casserole has an Italian flair thanks to the basil and oregano. Serving suggestion - bake some potatoes in the oven alongside the casserole. Yes, it's colorful with red diced tomatoes, green beans, white (and dark if you wish) chicken, all topped with spices and both yellow and white cheeses. My husband … Continue reading Cheesy Chicken & Green Bean Casserole

All-Day Beef with Wild Rice and Carrots

This is another one of my favorite 1-pan dinners that slow cooks all day and yields a delicious dinner with very little work, especially at dinner time when I am the most tired and wanting to get a quick, hearty meal on the table as fast as possible. Add a green salad and fresh sliced … Continue reading All-Day Beef with Wild Rice and Carrots

Another Look At COVID-19 & Masks

Before you get "all het up" over the title, please  read and carefully consider ALL  that this practicing physician has to say, and even take a look at the scientific studies he cites. It just might surprise you. And please take a look at this one also: https://eclecticmusings.blog/2020/04/07/face-mask-fact-vs-fiction/  And again, please don't make incorrect assumptions … Continue reading Another Look At COVID-19 & Masks

James Madison – Republican Government – No Nobility

James Madison, Federalist, no. 39, 250--53 16 Jan. 1788 The first question that offers itself is, whether the general form and aspect of the government be strictly republican? It is evident that no other form would be reconcileable with the genius of the people of America; with the fundamental principles of the revolution; or with … Continue reading James Madison – Republican Government – No Nobility

Montesquieu – Democracy versus Aristocracy/Tyranny

Montesquieu, Spirit of Laws, bk. 2, CH. 2 1748 2.--Of the Republican Government, and the Laws in relation to Democracy When the body of the people is possessed of the supreme power, it is called a democracy. When the supreme power is lodged in the hands of a part of the people, it is then … Continue reading Montesquieu – Democracy versus Aristocracy/Tyranny

Another Look at COVID-19 Statistics

A Rational Look at the So-Called Covid 19 - Pandemic Monday, 13 April 2020 Hugo Salinas Price 2,835,205 Americans died in the year 2018. (Source: National Vital Statistics System). Humans have a habit of dying, and as the population of the US has grown since 2018, the figures we shall eventually see for total deaths in … Continue reading Another Look at COVID-19 Statistics

COVID-19 & the Territory – 150 Year Old Controversy

Good article on the suppression of information about this virus, other pathogens, and ways to stay healthy. The Territory referred to is the natural ability of the human body to defend itself against pathogens. Coronavirus Crisis Reopens 150-Year-Old Controversy By Karen Selick April 20, 2020 I look at the coronavirus crisis differently from most people. … Continue reading COVID-19 & the Territory – 150 Year Old Controversy