Monthly Archives: March 2014

Very Enlightening View on the Ukraine Crisis from a Native Born Russian


As a followup to my last week’s post regarding the Russian – Ukraine situation here is a video and text from USA Watchdog which is interviewing Dimitri Orlov, who is a native born and raised Russian and now resides in … Continue reading

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Preternatural Quest – Does Personified Evil Exist?


A new article has been posted to Preternatural Quest, http://preternaturalquest.wordpress.com/?p=92&preview=true Richard of Danbury, D.S.G.

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Let Food Be Thy Medicine…


Let Food Be Thy Medicine… Hippocrates is considered the father of Western Medicine and lived from 460 BC to 377 BC. Some of his sage advice included, “Let food be thy medicine & let thy medicine be food.” [Aside: Did … Continue reading

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The Dangers of a Political Lightweight in the White House


The Dangers of a Political Lightweight in the White House With all that has transpired over the last quarter, even as far back as December 2013, in the Ukraine, I’ve held my peace. As a student of history and having … Continue reading

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Many a Truth has been Said in Jest…


We’ve all seen the reapplication of the video-bite from the movie, “Downfall”, but perhaps this is the most apt version I’ve seen to date and not just because I reside in Connecticut. Richard of Danbury, D.S.G.  

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Let the Men of Wisdom Speak


Let the Men of Wisdom Speak, 3/9/14 As I was wont to do previously when I sent the weekly Catholic Solutions Newsletter, I include here an article under, my former subheading of Let the Men of Wisdom Speak, and will … Continue reading

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Whose Old and Confused?


Whose Old and Confused? One evening, two grandsons were talking to their Dziadek (grandfather) about current events.  The grandsons asked Dziadek what he thought about the shootings at schools, the computer age, and just things in general. Dziaju (Gramps) replied, … Continue reading

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