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  • Ben Franklin's Politically Incorrect Thanksgiving

    11/23/2005 7:57:37 PM PST · by neverdem · 20 replies · 847+ views
    HUMAN EVENTS ^ | 1785 | Benjamin Franklin
    “There is a tradition that in the planting of New England, the first settlers met with many difficulties and hardships, as is generally the case when a civiliz’d people attempt to establish themselves in a wilderness country. Being so piously dispos’d, they sought relief from heaven by laying their wants and distresses before the Lord in frequent set days of fasting and prayer. Constant meditation and discourse on these subjects kept their minds gloomy and discontented, and like the children of Israel there were many dispos’d to return to the Egypt which persecution had induc’d them to abandon. “At length,...
  • WILDLY POLITICALLY INCORRECT VIDEO: "Thanksgiving and Native Americans - The Truth"

    11/25/2015 9:05:21 AM PST · by StevenCrowder · 22 replies ^ | 11/25/2015 | Steven Crowder
    Happens every Thanksgiving, doesn’t? Some bleeding heart liberal you’re “related to” gets on their moral high Crazy Horse and lectures about how horribly rotten the white man was to the Native Americans. Which is why this year we’re throwing in the tomahawk. Time to scalp the facts about the Indians. Feathers not dots. TRIGGER WARNING: offensive video at link. Transcript (without the sketch-cutaways or jokes) It’s Thanksgiving! You know what that means. As you try and enjoy your downtime with your family, you’ll undoubtedly find a social justice warrior around your Thanksgiving table trying to force-feed you white guilt. Afterall,...
  • Continental Congress Thanksgiving Proclamation 1778

    11/25/2015 10:20:56 AM PST · by DaveyB · 4 replies
    Pilgim Hall ^ | 1778 | Continental Congress
    1778 By the United States in Congress assembled. A PROCLAMATION. It having pleased Almighty God, through the course of the present year, to bestow great and manifold mercies on the people of these United States; and it being the indispensable duty of all men gratefully to acknowledge their obligations to Him for benefits received: Resolved, That it be, and hereby is recommended to the legislative or executive authority of each of the said states, to appoint Wednesday, the 30th day of December next, to be observed as a day of public thanksgiving and praise, that all the people may, with...
  • Washington's First Thanksgiving and the Foundation of Free Speech

    11/26/2015 6:33:40 AM PST · by Kaslin · 5 replies ^ | November 26, 2015 | Erik Telford
    In September of 1789, a scant six months after the first legislative session in our nation's history convened, Congress passed a resolution recommending a national day of thanks. On October 3, 1789, President George Washington issued his Thanksgiving Proclamation, establishing the first national Thanksgiving and giving us one of the most concise definitions of purpose for the United States. In his proclamation, President Washington asked for Thanksgiving to be a day to recognize "the peaceable and rational manner in which we have been enabled to establish constitutions of government for our safety and happiness, and particularly the national one now...
  • The Pilgrims and the U.S. Constitution

    11/26/2015 9:13:34 AM PST · by Kaslin · 9 replies ^ | November 26, 2015 | Jerry Newcombe
    As we get ready to celebrate another Thanksgiving, there's one more thing to be grateful to God for---the U.S. Constitution and the political freedom it has brought. What many people don't realize is the link between the Pilgrims, authors of our Thanksgiving tradition, and our nation's founding document. When the founding fathers sat down in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787 at the Constitutional Convention, they had almost 150 years of constitution-making on American soil to draw from. And devout Christians of earlier generations, who used the biblical concept of covenant as a model, were those who provided the precedents....
  • Meet John Howland, a lucky Pilgrim _ and maybe your ancestor

    11/26/2015 1:08:29 AM PST · by Berlin_Freeper · 27 replies ^ | Nov. 26, 2015 | MARK PRATT
    John Howland may not be as famous as William Bradford, John Carver and Myles Standish, notable passengers on the Mayflower that landed in Massachusetts in 1620. Yet Howland, who boarded the ship as Carver's servant, probably had a greater impact on the history of the United States than any of them. Hundreds of thousands of Americans will sit down for Thanksgiving dinner Thursday unaware that they owe their very existence to Howland, who almost never even made it to the New World. Howland fell overboard in the middle of the Atlantic during a gale
  • Listen, Pilgrim, Maybe It Should Be Called Harwich Rock

    06/24/2013 6:29:03 AM PDT · by Pharmboy · 26 replies
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | 6-24-13 | Peter Evans
    Another English Town Tries to Claim the Mayflower, and Tourism, From Plymouth HARWICH, England—A disagreement between two sleepy English seaside towns could make a splash across the Atlantic: by forcing a rewrite of American history. For 393 years, the southwest England town of Plymouth has been celebrated as the last port of call of the Mayflower before the ship carried the first Pilgrim settlers to what was to become the United States of America. But that is only part of the story. Plymouth's fame has come at the expense of this tiny town to the northeast of London. The reason:...
  • This is America Charlie Brown, The Mayflower Voyagers

    11/22/2012 6:52:44 AM PST · by ReformationFan · 6 replies
    One of my favorite Peanuts holiday specials. Charlie Brown and the gang play Pilgrim children in this re-enactment of the Mayflower voyage and the first Thanksgiving. I highly recommend this one for children. It's also nice to see something from Hollywood that's pro Western civilization.
  • Thanksgiving’s First Rifle: The Mayflower Wheel-lock Carbine

    11/22/2012 5:19:28 AM PST · by marktwain · 38 replies ^ | 21 November, 2012 | Kristin Alberts
    What’s even more American than turkey, cranberries and pumpkin pie these days? An Italian gun, that’s what. The only known surviving firearm that crossed the wild Atlantic aboard the good ship Mayflower, settled with the pilgrims at Plymouth Colony and ultimately helped the first colonists not only survive, but prosper. Meet the Mayflower Gun. The GunAffectionately dubbed the Mayflower Gun and thought of as an American icon, the gun is actually an Italian-made wheel-lock carbine. This single-shot musket was originally chambered in .50 caliber rifle, though ages of heavy use have worn away the majority of the rifling. Given...
  • Thanksgiving, Colonists & Early American Law

    11/18/2012 6:22:54 AM PST · by Perseverando · 8 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | November 18, 2012 | Kelly OConnell
    Can Americans Learn Anything From Our Founders for Today? Who were the original Founders of America? Two groups can be described from the group of original hardy settlers—the Pilgrims and the Puritans. The seeds of the Pilgrim stock came from the illegal English Separatist Church. All Englishmen were expected to attend Anglican Church, weekly. It provoked much controversy in Christian circles that power swung between English Protestants and Catholics. The Separatists wanted no state meddling in private beliefs, and so left England in search of religious freedom, first to Leiden, Netherlands, and later to North America. This explains the US...
  • The Pilgrims and Christmas

    11/26/2011 11:05:31 AM PST · by PieterCasparzen · 19 replies
    blog ^ | 12/9/2010 | EHT
    The Pilgrims set foot on Plymouth Rock in November, 1620. Can you imagine moving to a “New World”? Can you imagine moving anywhere for that matter right before the rush of the Christmas season? I can’t. Maybe it’s just a woman thing, but I know what would have been on my mind had I been on the Mayflower. I would be thinking.......Here it is nearly the first of December, I have no home, and Christmas is just around the corner. I have shopping to do, the decorations need to be up (hope I remembered where I packed them), and then...
  • The Pilgrims were Debt Slaves.

    11/25/2011 12:25:26 PM PST · by appeal2 · 5 replies
    The Financial Survival Network ^ | 11-25-11 | Kerry Lutz
    That's right, the Pilgrims who came to America on the Mayflower were debt slaves. The London Company, which financed the trip and the establishment of the Plymouth Colony, was a publicly owned business that insisted that the Pilgrims live and work in a communal or collectivist group, under the guise of lowering costs and speeding up repayment. Unfortunately, then as now, socialist/collectivist endeavors don't work out very well. That's because when it's "All for One and One For All," society breaks down and everyone winds up broke and starving. In the 1600's, economic thought was not very well developed and...
  • How Private Property Saved the Pilgrims

    05/06/2009 12:11:40 PM PDT · by Conservative Coulter Fan · 8 replies · 1,281+ views
    Hoover Institution ^ | 1999 | Tom Bethell
    When the Pilgrims landed in 1620, they established a system of communal property. Within three years they had scrapped it, instituting private property instead. Hoover media fellow Tom Bethell tells the story. There are three configurations of property rights: state, communal, and private property. Within a family, many goods are in effect communally owned. But when the number of communal members exceeds normal family size, as happens in tribes and communes, serious and intractable problems arise. It becomes costly to police the activities of the members, all of whom are entitled to their share of the total product of the...
  • Thanksgiving: Overcoming Socialism

    11/22/2008 8:48:28 AM PST · by frankiep · 5 replies · 432+ views
    Overcoming Socialism. Great, short, video about the REAL truth behind why we celebrate Thanksgiving. Enjoy!
  • This Day in History, 21 November: The Original Mayflower Compact

    11/21/2006 6:11:35 AM PST · by xzins · 22 replies · 701+ views
    November 21, 1620 • Original Mayflower Compact There are more than l60 independent nations in the world. Whether dictatorships or democracies, nearly all have written constitutions, but that of the United States is by far the oldest. This is something we can so easily take for granted. But it really marked a pivotal turning point in history and the way nations came to govern themselves. Signing the Mayflower Compact. How do you suppose the founding fathers ever thought of having a written Constitution? The idea of a written contract between the people and their government came from a tiny band...
  • The Pilgrims, a study in Socialism vs. Capitalism.

    11/01/2006 11:54:46 PM PST · by Exton1 · 15 replies · 4,543+ views
    When the Pilgrims came to America aboard the Mayflower to establish the Plymouth Colony, they did so under the requirement that "all profits and benefits that are got by trade, working, fishing, or any other means" were to be placed into the "common stock" of the colony and that "all such persons as are of this colony are to have their provisions out of the common stock." Sort of "from each according to his ability, to each according to his need"— Socialism. But something happened at Plymouth in 1623 because "instead of famine now God gave them plenty," Bradford wrote...
  • This History Book is Different: It's True - Setting the Record Straight-(American myths & realities)

    04/27/2005 5:44:56 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 29 replies · 1,065+ views
    700 CLUB.ORG ^ | APRIL 27, 2005 | Gailon Totheroh
    My apologies for not bringing a should-be classic, "The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History," to the attention of our Internet readers in a more timely fashion. What Dr. Thomas Woods does is directly confront many of the falsehoods that are weighing down Americans with boatloads (dwarfing the Mayflower) of junk knowledge. Frankly, many well-meaning people, including many educators, have been sucked into thinking things "that just ain't so." In fact, I have been divested of quite a number of things in my head. The academic world has miserably failed the public in accepting, teaching, and promoting many "clichés," to...
  • Remembering Thanksgiving Day

    10/31/2002 11:16:35 PM PST · by carlo3b · 216 replies · 9,815+ views
    A Dad, Chef, Vet | Nov 1 2002 | Carlo3b
    Remembering Thanksgiving Day The Mayflower  1620- 2002 The voyage of the Mayflower in 1620 from Plymouth England, to Plymouth Rock started as a journey to find peace and justice in a new world. It began as a fervent prayer to give freedom a chance, and remains today as the promise each year for a new beginning. Thanksgiving Day is a celebration of hope, and remembrance. Today, we bring our families and friends together to share our tables and our hearts, and give thanks for all that we have to be grateful for in our new and glorious country. From this grand...
  • George Washington's Thanksgiving Proclamation

    11/26/2015 5:54:04 AM PST · by afraidfortherepublic · 14 replies
    Issued at the request of Congress, Nov. 25 1789. Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the Providence of God...
  • Turkey Drop: A Thanksgiving Tradition Since 1978 (WKRP Classic)

    11/26/2015 10:34:12 AM PST · by mojito · 16 replies
    American Digest ^ | 10/30/1978 | Les Nessman
    "It's a helicopter, and it's coming this way. It's flying something behind it, I can't quite make it out, it's a large banner and it says, uh - Happy... Thaaaaanksss... giving! ... From ... W ... K ... R... P!! No parachutes yet. Can't be skydivers... I can't tell just yet what they are, but - Oh my God, Johnny, they're turkeys!! Johnny, can you get this? Oh, they're plunging to the earth right in front of our eyes! One just went through the windshield of a parked car! Oh, the humanity! The turkeys are hitting the ground like sacks...
  • Mayhem Alert: Eleven Reasons I Don’t Shop on Black Friday

    11/26/2012 9:47:17 AM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 25 replies
    Clash Daily ^ | November 24, 2012 | Clash Daily
    ‘Gang fight’ at Black Friday sale… Man Punched in Face Pulls Gun On Line-Cutting Shopper…Shots fired outside WALMART…Shoppers smash through door at URBAN OUTFITTERS…Customers run over in parking lot… [Scroll down -TSR]Woman busted after throwing merchandise…Thousands storm VICTORIA’S SECRET…VIDEO: Insane battle over phones… [Theme from "Superjail" started to run through my head as I watched this -TSR]Mayhem at Nebraska mall where 9 murdered in 2007…Shoplifter tries to mace security guards… [Scroll down -TSR]Men Steal Boy’s Shopping Bag Outside BED, BATH & BEYOND…
  • THE SAVAGE NATION!!!!!! 11-21-12

    11/21/2012 5:59:37 PM PST · by dynachrome · 12 replies ^ | 11-21-12 | Dr. Michael Savage
  • Angelina Jolie Refuses to Celebrate Thanksgiving, Feels It's a 'Story of Murder'

    11/24/2010 8:04:04 AM PST · by RoseyT · 87 replies
    Popeater ^ | Nov 24th 2010 | Rob Shuter
    While everyone is preparing to give thanks tomorrow, one of America's most famous families, the Jolie-Pitts, have decided to sit this Thanksgiving out. "Angelina Jolie hates this holiday and wants no part in rewriting history like so many other Americans," a friend of the actress tells me. "To celebrate what the white settlers did to the native Indians, the domination of one culture over another, just isn't her style. She definitely doesn't want to teach her multi-cultural family how to celebrate a story of murder." Angelina has been filming her directorial debut, about a Serbian man and Bosnian woman who...
  • A Thanksgiving Day Prayer for America

    11/24/2010 5:21:54 AM PST · by IbJensen · 2 replies
    American Spectator ^ | 11/24/2010 | Peter Farrara
    The American people showed on Election Day that this is still America, and that everywhere except on the West Coast we are still able to govern ourselves. But, unfortunately, it was only a first step on a long journey to save our country, the last, best hope for mankind, as has been said. Even though the American people generated an epic, 1932-style, political earthquake this year, because our system is so thoroughly infused with checks and balances, it has not nearly solved the whole problem. All that has really happened is that the 1960s New Left that seized control of...
  • Cheap Thanksgiving: Serve Roadkill Instead of Turkey

    (Nov. 22) -- With turkey prices at an all-time high this year, you may want to seriously consider serving another type of meat at your Thanksgiving dinner -- roadkill -- since it's fresh, fast and free. According to Midwest hunter Buck Peterson, author of "The Original Roadkill Cookbook" (Ten Speed Press) and other humorous outdoor parodies, the most efficient way to do Thanksgiving on the cheap is to serve your guests freshly hit and roasted roadkill instead of a traditional turkey. "This time of year is perfect for nabbing a deer on the road. The rut is on, and bucks...
  • America the Right Way-Staying Vigilant!26 months left Nov.22-26,2010 Remember 9/11

    11/21/2010 6:39:38 PM PST · by Molly Pitcher · 376 replies
    All of Us | 11/21/10 | Various News sources and Free Republic Members
    'Tis Thanksgiving Week!And given that, we'll be hearing lots more stories about the new TSA passenger searches and screenings.Renewed bailout and financial worries grip Europe,and back home 0 seems determined to get the START treaty thru the lameduck session of Congress.
  • Frozen turkeys? Frozen for years?

    11/19/2010 7:49:35 PM PST · by Former MSM Viewer · 108 replies
    How long have the frozen turkeys been frozen? I was told by a former grocer that in some cases it is as long as a year.
  • Teen denies turkey theft

    11/19/2010 2:49:16 AM PST · by JoeProBono · 19 replies
    upi. ^ | Nov. 18, 2010
    NEW YORK, A New York 19-year-old accused of shoving a turkey breast into his pants at a grocery store told a newspaper he took a sandwich but denied stealing the breast. Deon Williams turned down a plea deal with a six-month jail sentence for the robbery charge, claiming he was falsely accused of shoving the 12-pound Boars Head turkey breast into his pants and attempting to smuggle it out of the Fine Fare supermarket, the New York Post reported Thursday. "I didn't do it," Williams told the Post. "OK, I stole a cold-cut sandwich because I was hungry, but I...
  • Body Scanner Controversy Making Bang Within the Corporate Media

    11/17/2010 8:10:25 AM PST · by FS11 · 50 replies · 1+ views
    Intel Hub ^ | 11-17-10 | Ambellas
    Napolitano asks fliers for ‘patience’ on body scanners The nation’s Homeland Security chief asked for air travelers’ “cooperation” and “patience” with full-body scanning and pat downs this holiday season amid a growing public backlash that the airport tactics are intrusive. “Each and every one of the security measures we implement serves an important goal,” Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano writes in a column for today’s USA TODAY, which asks the public to be a partner in defending against terrorism. Will the Dept. of Homeland Security drop the hammer on the unhappy U.S. population and go against the people’s wishes? Will...
  • Happy Thanksgiving, From Peta

    11/24/2009 9:41:06 AM PST · by TaxPayer2000 · 29 replies · 1,068+ views
    mediabistro ^ | 11-24-09 | Matt Van Hoven
    Peta chimes in for the Thanksgiving holiday with a spot called "Grace" where a young girl is asked to pay homage to whomever for the big bountiful meal set before her and her family. She pipes up willingly, giving thanks for the poop, chemicals and other unsavory things in the turkey's skin. So if you're going to eat a turkey this week, be thankful for your mind's ability to forget this ad. Or think about it with every delicious, tryptophan-filled bite. PETA Thanksgiving Ad
  • Happy Thanksgiving

    11/25/2008 7:18:13 AM PST · by Fishface · 3 replies · 203+ views
    The North Attleboro Free Press ^ | 11.24.2008 | Todd A. Carges
    My fellow Americans, it appears we’ve hit a rough stretch. Our economy is barely functioning; unemployment is rising; our stock market is collapsing, our elected leaders are failing us and to top it all off, our fiercest enemies are celebrating the election of our new President. Soon, our Government will tell us they have the answers and ask us to sacrifice freedom for relief. As Thanksgiving approaches, it sure doesn’t appear like we have much to be thankful for. But things aren’t always as they appear. We have everything to be thankful for because we live in the greatest country...

    11/21/2007 4:16:13 PM PST · by Calpernia · 21 replies · 72+ views
    Gary Becks via Bar of Integrity ^ | November 21, 2007 | Congressman Duncan Hunter
    PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DUNCAN HUNTER’S THANKSGIVING MESSAGE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 21, 2007 CONTACT: Gary Becks (619) 334-1655, San Diego, CA - - - As Americans all across the country celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, Presidential candidate, and current Ranking Member of the House Armed Services Committee, Congressman Duncan Hunter wanted to remind our nation to also remember to thank our men and women in uniform for their sacrifice and service: “For the past six years, our nation has been involved in a long battle against those who seek to destroy us. Many brave Americans have fallen during this time, and...
  • Rush Limbaugh Live Radio Thread. 11/21/07

    11/21/2007 8:45:27 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 217 replies · 172+ views
  • FReeper Canteen ~ Happy Thanksgiving To Our Troops ~ Send A Message ~ 24 Nov 2005

    11/23/2005 6:52:17 PM PST · by MoJo2001 · 2,054 replies · 12,054+ views
    Serving The Best Troops In The World | Canteen Crew
           ~ Happy Thanksgiving ~Giving Thanks to those that serve our great Nation.      Thanksgiving Message to the Troops From the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Each year, on Thanksgiving Day, Americans everywhere join with family and friends to give thanks for the many blessings we enjoy as citizens of this great land. It is a tradition that goes back to our colonial forebears, and it is a celebration that is uniquely American. The freedoms we enjoy and for which we give thanks on this day did not come without great sacrifice. America's brave...
  • The bitter truth, as we feast on the bounty of the empire (Robert Jensen bile alert)

    11/24/2005 9:15:16 PM PST · by weegee · 69 replies · 1,393+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | Nov. 22, 2005, 10:28PM | By ROBERT JENSEN
    The bitter truth, as we feast on the bounty of the empire -Our myth of Thanksgiving warps a history of genocide ONE indication of moral and intellectual progress in the United States would be the replacement of Thanksgiving Day with a National Day of Atonement. Indigenous people have offered such a model; since 1970 they have marked the fourth Thursday of November as a Day of Mourning in a spiritual/political ceremony on Coles Hill overlooking Plymouth Rock, one of the early sites of the European invasion of the Americas. But the thought of changing this white-supremacist holiday is hard to...
  • Here's wishing libs everywhere a Happy Thanksgiving-- Moonbat style!

    11/22/2005 7:42:15 AM PST · by dukeman · 96 replies · 2,077+ views
    11/22/05 | From the fevered minds of despondent libs
    It's tough being a moonbat any time, what with all the protesting, letter-writing, marching, losing, and gnashing of teeth. But the heat really gets turned up several notches when Thanksgiving rolls around. That's when they risk exposure to family members from outside the moonbat bubble. You look forward to feasting; Moonbats dread Thanksgiving like a looming session of root canal. Enjoy the following from DU! underpants (1000+ posts) Mon Nov-21-05 08:42 AM Original messageThis year's "Weird Liberal" Thanksgiving talking points Are you the "weird/crazed liberal" in your family or Thanksgiving Day group?* Are you surround by truly MAD conservatives? For...

    11/24/2004 6:54:33 PM PST · by Iam1ru1-2 · 50 replies · 2,951+ views
  • Happy Thanksgiving!

    11/23/2004 11:35:22 AM PST · by zerosix · 9 replies · 815+ views
    Self | Zerosix
    Happy Thanksgiving: There was a young woman who had been diagnosed with a terminal illness and had been given three months to live. So as she was getting her things "in order," she contacted her Pastor and had him come to her house to discuss certain aspects of her final wishes. She told him which songs she wanted sung at the service, what scriptures she would like read, and what outfit she wanted to be buried in. Everything was in order and the Pastor was preparing to leave when the young woman suddenly remembered something very important to her. "There's...
  • 'We have much for which to be thankful,' Bush says

    11/27/2002 11:54:18 PM PST · by MeekOneGOP · 10 replies · 151+ views
    The Dallas Morning News ^ | November 28, 2002 | President Bush via The Dallas Morning News
    'We have much for which to be thankful,' Bush says President's Thanksgiving proclamation borrows from Teddy Roosevelt 11/28/2002 President Bush's Thanksgiving proclamation: In celebration of Thanksgiving Day 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt wrote, "Rarely has any people enjoyed greater prosperity than we are now enjoying. For this we render heartfelt and solemn thanks to the Giver of Good; and we seek to praise Him - not by words only - but by deeds, by the way in which we do our duty to ourselves and to our fellow men." President Roosevelt's words gracefully remind us that, as citizens of this...
  • Happy Thanksgiving from a Newbie.

    11/27/2002 10:14:37 PM PST · by Sparta · 46 replies · 279+ views
    11/28/02 | Me
    I've only been on Free Republic for slightly less than a month. I've had some interesting flame wars, met a lot of interesting people, and found a refuge from the politically correct. BTW: I've learned a lot and had a lot of fun doing. All I want to say is Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and yours and God Bless everyone of you.
  • Happy Thanksgiving Free Republic!!!

    11/27/2002 4:59:13 PM PST · by Focault's Pendulum · 179 replies · 229+ views
    The US Constitution. | 1776 | Focault's Pendulum
    Happy Thanksgiving FR!!! I wanted to post this early....just in case there might be some military, travelers, or others who might otherwise not be able to respond in a timely fashion.This greeting is not from me to anyone. It should be considered from us.We have without a doubt, become the most, diversified, argumentative, race free, upholding constitution, group of people that has ever been seen.Because, the technology allows us...we have found each other.Whether we personally agree with each other or notThe Religious RightThe EvolutionistsThe 2nd Amendment AdvocatesThe Private Property RightsThe LibertariansTecno StuffGeological StuffCrevo StuffWorld AffairsCentristsModeratesUrban DwellersSuburban DwellersALLI'm sure I...

    11/23/2002 10:54:34 AM PST · by forest · 7 replies · 332+ views
    Fiedor Report On the News #297 ^ | 11-24-02 | Doug Fiedor
    Every year, for about the past thirty years, something very remarkable happens in the town of Walton, Kentucky. On a weekend, the "Good Guys" of Northern Kentucky meet together to load up all their pickup trucks with large barrels of goodies.The Good Guys Club is a private organization of volunteers joined together with no other intent than to provide whatever aid is needed for those in the area finding themselves on temporary hard times. These temporary hard times could be work lay-off, illness, a temporary change in family status for whatever reason, or any number of reasons.So, when a young...