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Friday, March 17, 2023

Information Friday

 


We've had a lot of windy days in March, and since I love the wind I've been enjoying it very much. 

Today is also St. Patrick's Day, and that's always fun. I have to remember to put on green when I change out of my jammies. (grin) I don't want any pinches!



The government has slowly reversed this in practice over the years. We must remind them. I encourage you to contact your representatives and senators frequently.  This lets them know you are paying attention to what they are doing. They are there to represent you, if they are not representing you, let them know.









If he was corrupt they wouldn't have to keep trying so hard to find something to charge him with!


Regan O'Handly (DC Draino) was on a roll this week.


Here is some stuff about the banking situation. The Silicon Valley Bank is the bank of some high profile tech companies, celebrities, etc. They used depositors funds to donate to BLM etc. Makes me think of this administration sending funds to Ukraine, while the citizens here are struggling.





They are going to try to force their digital currency on us starting this summer.


When Trump was president, he made a speech on March 15th at Andrew Jackson's home. He admired Jackson, and had his presidental portrait in the Oval Office. Dan Scavino reshared a portion of the speech on March 15th this year. Here are some interesting points about Jackson.





Thank God that people are starting to speak out!



Interesting how they all keep mentioning the Nazis.

The Dems have lost the people!



May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.  (Ancient Celtic Prayer)

7 comments:

  1. Where are all of the comments when you post all of this info. I just don’t get it. I am not computer savvy or I would write every time. Somehow I have to keep logging in every time now ugh! That’s why I don’t have a blog. Anyway. Thanks for all of your info

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  2. I Love "Democrats Vote for Trump"!
    SO much truth here...
    hugs
    Donna

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  3. So much going on. Strange to think that it has only been one day and it is
    already old news. Things happen so fast.

    Thank you for being faithful to gather and sharing.

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  4. I always feel a little bit more optimistic when I read your Friday posts!

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  5. Thanks for the information, mostly disturbing these days. I try to find something happy to think about and look for better news ahead, I pray! Enjoy your day dear friend, HUGS!

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  6. You have a great deal of info that I will read when I can, but as for President Jackson and the TRIAL OF TEARS? He was no saint. Are you familiar with the TRAIL OF TEARS?

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    1. Jackson’s triumph contained the seeds of the economy’s undoing. The selling-off of federal lands had led to a real estate bubble, and the destruction of the national bank led to reckless spending and borrowing. Combined with other elements of Jackson’s fiscal policy as well as downturns in foreign economies, these problems led to the Panic of 1837. A bank run and the subsequent depression tanked the U.S. economy and forced the federal government to begin borrowing again.

      The U.S. has been in debt ever since.

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