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A Handy Man

A Handy Man

I like to build things. There is no feeling in the world like finishing a project, stepping back and admiring your accomplishments. It’s a man thing, or so I thought until the other day. My wife wanted a new corner ...

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Are Preppers the New Scapegoats?

Are Preppers the New Scapegoats?

The school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut is a tragedy that has gripped the nation. Everyone is eager to lay the blame on some person, some object, some ideology, or some group. We’re quick to point in one direction or the ...

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Christianity And The American Frontier

Christianity And The American Frontier

Between 1776 in 1850, the American frontier opened up. Colonists first expanded out as far as Appalachia and then pushed the frontier to the Mississippi River. In 1850, American pioneers pushed the edge of settlement to Texas, the Southwest, and ...

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Homemade Gift-Giving Made Easy

Homemade Gift-Giving Made Easy

Christmas is only a few weeks away, and the economy is not making gift purchases easy. If you are wondering how you can afford all the gifts you want to give, you may want to consider making your own gifts. ...

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Christmas In The Cornfields

The Heirloom Market and Café, and their parent company, Solutions From Science, are proud to introduce another segment of the “Old Time Heirloom Hour,” taped before a live studio audience, here in Thomson, Illinois. Folks, the show is gathering steam ...

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The Eleventh Hole

The Eleventh Hole

Hello folks. This is Bob Whitten, coming to you from beautiful, sunny Thomson, Illinois. I cut another hole in my house the other day. It is a big hole, and I’m pretty sure it’s in the right place, but you ...

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