Happy Thanksgiving – Open Thread

    I want to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving!!! I am thankful for having a very wonderful family, starting with my wife, her great kids, and the family that has welcomed me since we moved down here to Arkansas. I am thankful to my wonderful father and stepmother, my brother and his wife and kids, my uncle, my aunt, and my cousins and their families. | Read More »

    White House Visits (Thanksgiving news dump)

    Remember my post on the Barack Obama Official Friday Afternoon News Dump (BOOFAND)? It’s Thanksgiving, so consider that schedule moved up a bit. The November White House visitor statement has just been released. From TPM: Help TPM Dig Through The White House Visitor Log Friday Doc Dump Justin Elliott | October 30, 2009, 4:58PM In the great tradition of Friday afternoon document dumps, the Obama | Read More »

    Giving Thanks On Thanksgiving Day 2009

    There are so many truly awful things going on the world today that it is easy to get overwhelmed and downhearted. For one thing, it seems that no matter how much We the People protest against the socialist agenda juggernaut going on in our nation’s Capital, all our respective representatives-turned-dictatorial-lawgivers snort is “Whee! The people…?” This last being squealed as they lift their snouts from | Read More »

    Saving Freedom This Thanksgiving

    68 years ago, Americans around the nation settled into a peaceful Thanksgiving weekend and celebrated with their loved ones. A week later, the nation was viciously attacked by Japan – an attack that sparked our involvement in perhaps the greatest of all wars. This Thanksgiving holiday is different from that weekend. While we should likewise celebrate and give thanks for our innumerable blessings, this time, | Read More »

    Thanksgiving And Our American Heritage

    As I was anticipating what Thanksgiving would offer, great food, time with our families, football, Christmas decorating and reflecting on the goodness that God has bestowed, I was traveling on one of the main highways near my home. It was cool for the Southeastern Coastal Area and the chill in the air actually added to the warm holiday feeling. My thoughts were centering around Thanksgiving | Read More »

    Obama’s Thanksgiving PSA w/ NFL (Video)

    If you’re like me, you’ll be watching a bit of football on Thanksgiving. If you do, you’ll probably see quite a bit of this PSA from the NFL and President Obama (nice throw Drew Brees!) on volunteerism and exercise. ‘The One’ can’t even let us have Thanksgiving without us seeing him on TV. What a narcissist. I wonder if SEIU’s Andy Stern gave his approval | Read More »

    Random Thoughts – prayers & supplications

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    Happy Thanksgiving From Colorado

    Today is the day when Americans reflect on what we are thankful for. Even with all the struggles we’re facing, it is important to realize how truly blessed we are. We live in the greatest nation in the world, and have so many wonderful things to be thankful for. Several other bloggers in the Rocky Mountain Alliance have written Thanksgiving messages, and I wanted to | Read More »

    Open Thread:On This Thanksgiving Day

    On this day families across America will gather to give thanks for the good health and safe keeping they enjoy throughout their daily lives. But on this day it is equally important that we not forget those, far away in a land very different than ours, their struggle for freedom and a chance at greatness. That we remember the blessed bounty endowed by our creator | Read More »

    We Give Thanks to the Troops!!!

    To my Conservative Friends: On this Thanksgiving day, I wanted to remind all of us that we have much to be thankful for…. We live in the most generous, free and greatest country ever created by man…. Our founding fathers had wisdom beyond their time to create a union as great and as lasting as ours… But, today, I would like to give thanks to | Read More »

    Happy Thanksgiving

    An American’s Thanksgiving

    ‘Tis the season for counting our blessings. And we also think back on the history of Thanksgiving in America. Those early celebrants, whether in Virgina or Massachusetts, weren’t just thanking the Christian God for bounty. In fact, there were Native Americans there, thus beginning the melting pot that would be this nation. There were religious differences and even a few witch trials in front of | Read More »

    Happy Thanksgiving

    In this week’s column for the Waukesha Freeman, I found a number of reasons to be grateful despite the bleak political season. Just remember, as rough as your Thanksgiving could be, eating with an editor of the New York Times has got to be worse.

    Rush Limbaugh and the True Story of Thanksgiving

    From the diaries by Erick. If you go out and do a Google search on “true story of thanksgiving” you will be inundated with articles of how the pilgrims made war and spread disease to the Indians. Well, that is true to history, but it has nothing to do with Thanksgiving. It occured in the years following the great gathering and we shouldn’t let it | Read More »

    Thanksgiving Celebration for Children Protested

    From the diaries by Erick. You knew this would happen in California, right? In Claremont, California (county of Riverside) there exists as in many schools across the nation a celebration of Thanksgiving where children dress up in construction paper costumes as Indians or Pilgrims, and have school plays and parties. A four-decade tradition in Claremont, kindergartners at Condit and Mountain View elementary schools take turns | Read More »