Dear Mr. Farah,
I had long thought that an “America Made Store” was a long overdue retail and website concept that somebody needed to get up and running. I had thought a funny name might be “Not Made in China,” but your name is better and more positive ["Here's some good news, some hope"].
Quite frankly, I am extremely surprised Amazon has not figured out this pent-up demand by Americans to find American made products or has not tailored a “sort” function on their website for 50 percent or more American content or manufacturing.
The story “‘I find this photo disgusting’” is ridiculous. The little fellow with MS is situated to the far right because, as you can see by the bleachers extending out, the chair cannot get any closer. He didn’t seem to be having a problem with his position and probably wouldn’t ever, until someone makes an issue out of it and “makes” him feel inferior.
Leave the kids alone. They seem to have better common sense than the adults that are running the schools and the country.
W. Mary Truman
I think people are over-reacting to this photo ["'I find this photo disgusting'"]. Yes, the kids should have been moved to the right edge of the benches next to the wheelchair. It was a mistake, which I would guess the photographer will correct and learn from. The parents are making too much of this issue. People make mistakes.
At the time of TWA Flight 800, many suspected that the alternative story was developed so that the Clinton’s could be re-elected without interference from the mishap ["Brand-new TWA 800 film to finally spill beans?"]. With the Benghazi cover-story and the involvement of the Clintons for re-election purposes, TWA Flight 800 begins to develop a pattern of deception in order to get elected. I wouldn’t count on the truth to ever be told.
I don’t know why Barry Farber is at WND. He thinks too much like a globalist/collectivist in many of his views, and we have had words through email about it in the past ["Ed Snowden: A sleazebag on a good day"].
I know when a progressive thinker is too smart to listen or learn, so I did not bother writing him about his outrageous comments this time. This time, he believes exposing governmental tyranny against the citizens they are suppose to represent is treason. Sure, Snowden broke an oath, but the oath was hiding governmental treason and tyranny again ... continue reading »
Ellen Ratner suggests we revisit the Second Amendment. Why? Well, once upon a time, “… in the early years of our country, people thought they needed guns to obtain some of their food and to defend themselves, especially from the tyranny of government.” Times change, says Ratner, and “if the government wants to get us they have drones and tanks.”
Hmm … I wonder if any former Soviet soldiers read WND columns such as Ratner’s. Seems to me they had one heckuva time in Afghanistan not so long ago. Arguably second only to the U.S. military, ... continue reading »