Monthly Archives: November 2013

A Thought from Melody Himel Scalley

“As a Christian woman who is blessed to have been born American, I’d like to see more women embrace the unlimited opportunities before them and stop falling for the victimization and gender-baiting of women that runs rampant across so many … Continue reading

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The Carbon Footprint of the Champagne Socialists

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A Thought from Picasso

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Opportunity Looks Like Work: A Thought from Ashton Kutcher

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Self Help for Dogs (with thanks to Molly Mosher)

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Is Bipartisan Praiseworthy?: A Thought from George Carlin

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So, How Fast WERE You Going?

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Somebody do Something!: A Thought from Gerry Garcia

“Somebody has to do something. It’s incredibly pathetic that it has to be us.” — Gerry Garcia Share on Facebook

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LINK TO HOST FORUM ON SELF-SUFFICIENCY

In response to concerns about the “culture of dependency” that seems to influence so much of the charitable work in our country, The Link has organized a forum devoted to this subject. Be sure to note the date on your … Continue reading

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. . . or Carlos

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