Thursday, January 29, 2015


***Isn't it delicious to watch the liberals howl and whine about the Koch Brothers? They pretend to hate all the big money, but they certainly love George Soros and Tom Steyer. Well, THEIR millions are okay because they spend it in the RIGHT places, you know?

The multi-billionaire Koch brothers, Charles and David, have waded deep into the 2016 presidential election with their pledge to spend a staggering $889 million on candidates who espouse their government-limiting views.

The promise threw Democrats into a tizzy, leveling charges that the Kochs are buying the presidency, but Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review, writing an opinion piece in Politico, doesn't see the Kochs as the big-money right-wing ogres the left makes them out to be.

"The left is so invested in trying to find a way to squeeze them (the Kochs) out of the political process because it instinctively hates anything being unregulated, including political activity in a free society," Lowry writes.
"Also, its attitude is 'influence for me, but not for thee.' The left, by and large, owns the media, academia, the big foundations and Hollywood. Compared with all of that priceless political and cultural influence, the spending of the Koch network is a pittance."

As much as the left would like you to believe it, Chris Kyle was not a bloodthirsty warmonger; he was a noble warrior who fought to defend his fellow troops, watched over the lives of his brothers, and advanced the cause of (eventual) peace.

You’ve probably noticed that you and your spouse don’t always see eye-to-eye. Maybe he talks too much – or not enough. She feels hot while you’re shivering cold. Or maybe leaving early is rare because your spouse is always running late.
If you’re not careful, those differences can drive you apart. Petty disagreements can easily turn into full-grown battles that bleed a relationship dry.
Financial expert Dave Ramsey, our guest on today’s program, says the turmoil those differences cause are most apparent when it comes to finances.
He’s right: Studies show conflict over money is the number one cause of divorce in American homes.
That’s because money is not a passive part of marriage. It represents a couple’s value system and dictates how that family operates. Ramsey calls it a family’s “checkbook autobiography.” Where your money goes says a lot about what’s important to you.
That’s why when couples aren’t on the same page with one another about how money should be spent, their relationship suffers. It pushes the couple apart.
But there is good news.
If conflict over money is the number one source of marriage trouble, coming into agreement about finances becomes the number one opportunity to improve our relationships. Fixing that one area of communication can take a good marriage and make it great – or it can lift one that’s struggling to a new level of healing.

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***White House says Taliban is not a terrorist group. 

God help us.

***Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius -- and a lot of courage -- to move in the opposite direction.~~ F.F. Schumacher

***Have a great day!

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