***Still fanning the flames of race. Obama in Selma: "Our march is not yet finished." Says a black PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES.
***Obama "glad" Hillary asks for emails to be disclosed. Oh please. The purpose of having that private account was so she could get rid of any incriminating emails. Good Lord, how stupid do they think we are? Wait, I take that back. There are a bunch of people that stupid. Just force yourself to read a left-leaning blog or Facebook page, and you will see adoring followers who believe everything these vile people say. It's really disheartening, to tell you the truth, and you won't be able to stand it for long if you have any brains at all.
***WWII dog tag lost on D-Day beach makes it back to Indiana. What a great story!
A World War II dog tag buried on D-Day’s Utah Beach in Normandy for 70 years has been returned to the widow of the soldier who lost it.
Fox59 in Indianapolis reports that Army Sgt. James Wallace of Indiana survived the war but died in 1997 never knowing what happened to the lost tag.
“Oh, dear, oh. Oh, dear,” Catherine Wallace cried as she held the lost tag for the first time Thursday. “I don’t believe it.”
Sgt. Wallace had the tag on when he landed on Utah Beach as part of the D-Day invasion. Wallace, awarded two Bronze Stars during the war, lost it soon after that.
This past summer Frenchman Francois Blaizot found the tag as he scoured Utah Beach with a metal detector and then mailed it to the U.S.
Cory Goodwin, a volunteer with the Grant County Veterans Affairs Office in Indiana, presented it to the widow.
***There have always been brutal winters. How would you like to have to shovel out the inside of your car?
***Three survival tricks I'll bet you've never heard of.
Turn a Tuna Can Into … An Emergency Light
A power outage left you in the dark, and the batteries in your flashlight are dead. Quick fix: Stab a small hole in the top of a can of oil-packed tuna, and roll a two-by-five-inch piece of newspaper into a wick. Shove the wick into the hole, leaving a half inch exposed. Wait a moment for the wick to absorb the oil, then light with a match. “Your new oil lamp will burn for almost two hours,” says Creek Stewart, owner of the Willow Haven Outdoor School for Survival and Preparedness. “And the tuna will still be good to eat afterward.”
Turn a Bra Cup Into … A Debris Mask
If a fire breaks out and air gets smoky, cover your face with a bra cup to keep harmful particles from entering your lungs, says Stewart. Most cups are sized perfectly to cover the nose and mouth, and you can tie the bra straps around your head for hands-free use. Once your DIY mask is in place, quickly move to safety.
Turn a Tube of Lip-Balm Into … A Space Heater
Snowed into your car without any heat? “It may surprise you to learn that a candle can actually raise the temperature of a small space a few lifesaving degrees,” Stewart says. Take the cotton string from a tampon, and using a paper clip, stick it into a tube of lip balm, which contains wax that will make your handmade wick burn steadily. Light the end, and you’ll get an instant candle that can burn for hours. Keep the plastic tube from catching fire by slowly twisting out the lip balm as the wick burns down.