Posted by Lorren on December 4, 2015
Здравствуйте! Since I made Christmas word searches for Spanish and German, I figured that I’d create one more Christmas word search for language learners: one in Russian. Every culture is unique, and Russia is no exception. Russia doesn’t celebrate Christmas like we do in the United States: Santa doesn’t visit on Christmas Eve like many […]
Posted by Lorren on September 3, 2014
Bible prophecy for September 3rd, 2014.
Posted by Lorren on July 27, 2014
Blood red water, ISIS in Israel, late term abortions on television, a federal appeals court judge promotes beheading, and more signs show up in recent news.
Posted by Lorren on April 6, 2013
Daniel is my favorite Bible character. He is for the letter D in the A-Z Blog Challenge
Posted by Lorren on July 29, 2010
The useful idiots under the new Communist America are unlikely to find that their efforts today will be paid off under the new order.
Posted by Lorren on July 25, 2010
North Korea could be upset over exercises that the US will be doing with South Korea on Sunday.
Posted by Lorren on October 7, 2009
The Soviet Union had problems about 20 years ago that resemble the US problems today.
Posted by Lorren on October 9, 2008
The economy has been on everybody’s minds recently. The Dow lost another 698 points today, the national debt clock has run out of room after it reached more than $10 trillion, and a lot of people have or have been losing their jobs. The bailout bill was passed, despite an unprecedented amount of emails pouring […]
Posted by Lorren on September 27, 2008
If you look back on my blog posts… well on this blog since the beginning… you can see that I’ve been bearish on the economy for quite some time. Now, it’s not because I want to be negative or anything like that, but it’s because of the way things line up. On Superbowl Sunday in […]
Posted by Lorren on September 26, 2008
As to the debate question… what is your strategy towards Russia? Are they a friend, and enemy, what? Obama: blah blah blah blah blah… Russia and Georgia both need to show restraint… Ummm… can’t you just say “enemy?” Perhaps that would be a little inflammatory, but it’s true. You can say enemy in a diplomatic […]