Happy Thanksgiving !

A large tom turkey.

Here is a note from “EAGLE WRITER” worthy of a stand alone post.

Editor, you mention Thanksgiving, and it also gives us the opportunity to reflect on all that is good.

– We live in a beautiful and great state with little violent crime, a balanced budget, “manageable” taxes, and a nice quality of life.
– Our national economy is on the uptick, one record stock market day after another – if you have a 401k/403b, then you have been making money since the election last November.

On Thursday, my family will have food on the table, in abundance and we will rejoice in thanks for our many blessings.

Life is good, and that is not news, if most of us would recognize it.

Happy Thanksgiving to all!

EDITOR NOTE–Nicely said.

Comments & Discussion

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  1. yes, Thanksgiving!

    Let’s have a huuuuge dish of empathy tomorrow; for those people less fortunate. Tomorrow is not a bowl of cherries for everyone.
    So let’s “give” thanks for them:
    without walls, without prejudice, without bias, without egos, without blame, without expecting someone else to ‘thank us’ for that which is naturally expected from us as good people.

    The best way to be thankful for that which we have is to give it away. 🙂

    # # #

    “To whomever much is given, of him will much be required; and to whom much was entrusted, of him more will be asked.” — Luke

    Can I get an AMEN, brothers and sistas?

  2. I am very thankful for The Guardian as one of the last holdouts of REAL, unfiltered watchdog journalism.

    In this world of runaway government corruption and “news” agencies that cater to repeating government PR department press releases instead of digging for facts and watching out for the taxpayers, we count on independent journalism every day.

    The corrupt politicians work for US.

  3. The American Dream
    Nov 24, 2017, 1:56 pm

    The phony, Plunge Protection Team and Central Bank controlled “stock market” has zero correlation with actual economic conditions, which are now at a point worse than the Great Depression.
    If you fail to exit the “stock market” before this mega-bubble pops, you will be in deep trouble.

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