If you participate in this armed protest you are not a patriot, not a hero and not a martyr. You are a traitor to all of those who have worked, sacrificed and struggled to bring the restoration of all of our rights to the front of their agenda, for the benefit of you, your family, and generations to follow. Continue reading
What breaks my heart is when children graduate with diplomas in political correctness but can’t read them without help.
For the past Five Years I made a point to spend some time with a group of what I consider “average” teenagers at a local high school. These are middle class students, in what is supposed to be one of the better schools in the area. I am appalled by their lack of knowledge of things they will need when they hit the real world.
Here is what I found in my little unscientific survey of 100 (50 Boys & 50 Girls) randomly chosen students, in grades 10-12. Continue reading
In spite of efforts by dishonest lawyers, corrupt politicians, vanishing publishers and corporate bullies, the story of a little guy’s.struggle against the definitive greedy corporate and special interests will be told.
Over the next few weeks I will be telling the story of Joan Crosby Tibbetts, and the fight being waged against her, her father and the stolen Skippy name.
Included in Joan’s story will be an electronic version of the book that ‘they’ don’t want you to see — Crosby’s biting, not so subtle 1930 satire of corruption and organized crime, “Skippy vs. The Mob.”
Skippy characters and other images representing the Skippy name and trademark are used with permission from Skippy, Incorporated at: www.Skippy.com
The story of Skippy and the Mob is Copyright 2013 by Joan Crosby Tibbetts
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