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On this week’s edition of What’s Right With America will feature an article by The TEXAS Uncle Sam (R.M.D.Bateman) entitled, “Faith And Religion - Not The Same Animal.”
He will be joined for a rapid fire round table discussion on the need for Conservatives to unite on the principles that are right and best for the country, regardless of religion.
We will be joined by DiGiovanni, who will offer the Roman Catholic view;Charlie Martin, who will represent the Buddhist perspective; and Becky Noble, who will give the Wiccan view on our topic.
We will also have our book recommendation of the week and hear from John Wayne.
This should prove to be a very special edition of the show.
To listen live, go to: http://newsninja2012.com/radiolive/ and click on the little microphone. If that doesn’t work for you, (which can happen if you have flash player issues), then go to Live365 and look up WAA Radio. If you miss the show, I will post the replay on my page as well as at:https://www.facebook.com/RBUncleSam And you can also go find us on Itunes!
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#Repost from @sagedynamics with @repostapp —- Ventura just “won” his defamation suit against the estate of Chris Kyle. This guy is now the prime example of what is wrong with our civil court system. I hope he buys himself a celebratory steak dinner and chokes on it…#igmilitia #scumbag
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Sorrow of the Sailor’s Wife
Of course it is really my Colombian muse Marci, who is not (as far as I know) a sailor’s wife.
When I was done with it, it struck me that the picture had somehow acquired a late 19th Century look: The hair and blouse are styled like those of a working-class Victorian girl; and the wistful expression seems calculated to tug at the heartstrings. I’m not sure what heartstrings are, but 19th Century people loved to have them tugged.
Anyway, my idea is that this delicate flower is dreaming of a distant day when when her lover will—she hopes!—return from his whaling expedition in the East Indies, or Madagascar, or wherever. Meanwhile she dreads the vagaries of Neptune, the scimitar of the Saracen and—of course!—the fury of the Hottentots.
If you really want to appreciate a picture, you have to put some thought into it.
There is an aged soul in her eyes. I don’t know if it is you or her bringing it out, but either way…
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The Satin Gown
Some of my models are so talented for figure work that I often forget their work in the fields of glamor and fashion. I was planning another nude study of Ruby (coconutdreamin.tumblr.com) when I decided that it might be fun to dress her up instead.
So Ruby’s all dressed up—but where has she gone? What is this dismal, dirty place?
I suggested to Mrs. Artist that Ruby has been kidnapped by the Phantom Of the Opera and taken to the dank Parisian underworld. But her interpretation was the Ruby is actually Alice, returning as a grownup to the bottom of the rabbit hole.
Whatever the case, I hope she avoids that trap door.