Monthly Archives: November 2014

Pilgrims and Puritans: Two Different Colonies

Both the Pilgrims and Puritans were English colonists, but they were different groups who came to America at different times.  They came under different circumstances, but both for religious freedom.  The Separatist/Pilgrim church began in a town called Scrooby in … Continue reading

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Virtual Colonoscopy Technology Available, But Do You Have Access to It?

“Today, 36 states have certificate of need laws. Inventors cannot get new procedures accepted in local hospitals until they prove to state bureaucrats that the new procedures are wanted by the community. Existing providers that will not be able to … Continue reading

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Glyphosate, Wheat, and Gluten Intolerance

If you have problems with modern day wheat, please read the article below.  We have continued cooking with Italian pasta and couldn’t figure out why we didn’t get sick.  This article gives an excellent explanation.  Read it to the end; … Continue reading

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Young Student’s Public School Homework Full of Indoctrination

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Frustrated Teachers and Students in the Public Schools

“Where did the American public school educational system come from?”, asked a credentialed teacher.  Another credentialed teacher responded, “Prussia”.  “Where is Prussia?”  “It is modern day Germany.”  The reason the teacher asked was because of her frustration with her first … Continue reading

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Wise Massasoit, Friendly Samoset, and Sneaky Squanto

On March 16, 1620 a native who spoke English approached the Pilgrims.  He was a man who enjoyed to travel and lived where the English ships had come to fish, learning English.  His name was Samoset.  Samoset returned to Massasoit’s … Continue reading

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Teach Your Child How to Read-Lesson 1

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