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American Native Indian

In the distance of my years I cover myself with time like a blanket which enfolds me with the layers of my life. What can I tell you except that I have been everywhere and nowhere. What can I except that I have not begun my journey now that it is through? All that I am and all that I am yet to be lies within me now this way. There’s a young boy in me traveling East with the Eagle which taught me to see far and wide. The Eagle took his distance and said, โ€œthere is time to rise above so that you don’t think your small world too important. There is a time to set your vision toward the sky.
There is a young girl in me traveling West with the Bear which taught me how to look inside. The Bear stood by himself and said, โ€œThere is a time for being alone so that you do not take on the appearance of your friends. There’s a time for being at home with yourself.
There is the old man with me traveling North with the Bison which taught me wisdom. The Bison disappeared and said, โ€œthere is a time for believing in nothing so that you do not speak what you have already heard. There is a time for keeping silent.โ€
There is the old woman in me traveling South with the Mouse which taught me my limitations. The Mouse lay near to the ground and and said, โ€œthere is a time for taking comfort in the small things so that you do not feel forgotten in the night. There is a time for enjoying the worm.โ€
That’s the way it was, is, and will continue with the Eagle, the Bear, the Bison, and the Mouse joined with me in ALL directions to form the circle of my life. I am an Eagle. The small world laughs at my deeds but the Great Sky keeps to itself my thoughts of immortality. I am a Bear. In my solitude I resemble the Wind. I blow the clouds together so that they form images of my friends. I am a Bison. My voice echoes in my mouth. All that I have learned I share with the smoke of my fire.
I am a Mouse.
The World lies just beneath my nose.
Every time I journey to the horizon I find a hole instead.


Texas bill would fine men $100 each time they masturbate – CNN ~ only in America ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿคฃ

Interesting observations into cultural differences between relatives and themselves


Who’s going to Police the action.

I’m A honey delight โ„ cream cone ๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿจ๐Ÿง๐Ÿจ๐Ÿง๐Ÿจ๐Ÿง๐Ÿจ๐Ÿฆ
๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜‰ Sorry about this lol.
Thought about it ๐Ÿ™Š๐Ÿ™‰๐Ÿ™ˆ pay me instead and we would buy every property in Texas lol

The First American PRESIDENT was not Geogre Washington. Read on and listen to the Video. ๐Ÿค— Interesting stuff ๐Ÿค—

Articles of Confederation, US Constitution, Constitution Day Materials, Pocket Constitution Book, Bill of Rights

Watch this video after reading the document above
Now listen to this
Did you know this?

~Russell Means, Oglala Lakota Nation

โ€œBefore I was six years old, my grandparents and my mother had taught me that if all the green things that grow were taken from the earth, there could be no life. If all the four-legged creatures were taken from the earth, there could be no life. If all the winged creatures were taken from the earth, there could be no life. If all our relatives who crawl and swim and live within the earth were taken away, there could be no life. But if all the human beings were taken away, life on earth would flourish. That is how insignificant we are.โ€ ~Russell Means, Oglala Lakota Nation

Thought for the day๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜Š


SENIORS WITHOUT LIFE INSURANCE!” a poem February 21, 2019 [Thursday! Karaoke Night! Tonight! Ole Crystal Bar, in beautiful downtown Alpine, Texas, USA!]
Life INSURANCE – It-is important! IF-it gives-you PEACE OF MIND,
All-lives-should-have GOOD QUA-LI-TY! so -life-does-NOT-sad-ly-“unwind,”
In yucky ways! Like-when-people-seek – every-day a doctor’s aid,
And find that their deduc-ti-bles – are way TOO MUCH! Lots can be paid,
By people – who do seek ASSURANCE! that-INSURANCE-might-prolong,
Life-to-the-point where IT DON’T SUCK! [In – dependency, we’re NEVER strong!]
So – PEACE OF MIND! Now, THAT’S INSURANCE – that is really worth its weight,
In gold or other precious substance! We-never really know-our-fate!
LIFE IS LIFE – is life is life – and what’s insurance! Any how?
I like to think The Best Insurance is: family, friends – and-a-good-milk-cow!
Because good family – they will lift you, when you’re weak or tired or sick;
& FRIENDS are worth much more than gold – and a good milk cow can do the trick,
For providing needed sus-ten-ance! When your fuel tank is low,
Or-there’s recession – or a flood – or-your-car is-lost “in tow!”
What’s INSURANCE? Well, to in-sure – means-to-secure-or-protect-someone-against,
Stuff, both unseen and expected – and-to-most, NOT being too-darned-“tensed,
Up!”-ABOUT the “perilous” future! And THE-ONLY REMEDY FOR-THAT:
Is FAITH – that things will work-out-well?! Then, PEACE OF MIND is in your hat!
So who-are-The-Seniors “without insurance?” A: The-ones without no faith or friends!
They’re the ones who-are-so-scared of life, we say they’re there! – at “their wits’ ends!”
What is, for you, the-“optimal-program?” of exercise? The BEST – for you?
For – if it’s exercise you need! Then-do SOMETHING and you will feel,
Better – than just sitting-around – and never-moving upon-your-heel!
So! THE BEST INSURANCE – for everyone – IF they can understand these words,
Is: “Loving-relations” with PEACE OF MIND, just ask my friends, The Angry Birds!
And they will chirp – in your direction – to remind you all what Jesus said:
“Don’t worry for the ‘morrow, friends! For tomorrow, you just might be dead!
But IF YOU’RE NOT – just hope that you – Have good friends! They’ll see you through,
All the worries that might befall, And on good friends, you-can-always-call!
Plus, IF you need some kind assurance – That life’s OK, – even-without insurance,
Provided by A Com-pan-y, Which says: “We’ll SMOOTH your des-tin-y!”
You-could-ask-eth-your-insurance-“rep,” If-he’ll-be-your-friend, when you need he(l)p!
If he says their coverage doesn’t include, Help from friends – Well, don’t be rude!


Those poor folk in America

Think of all those Immigrant folk wanting to live in America ๐Ÿ˜ข

It’s time the world was informed that such a powerful Country has no health-care for its Citizens ๐Ÿ˜ข

In Australia we pay taxes to look after all folk illegal or not.

Humanity ๐Ÿ™

American~ Contributed Author

I would like all of my right wing, conservative friends and family members to read the following. It explains my beliefs in a nutshell. It explains my views in an even tempered, logical way. I wish I knew who wrote it so that I could give credit. But I believe it expresses the position of most of us who think of ourselves as liberals.

โ€œLet’s break it down, shall we? Because quite frankly, I’m getting a little tired of being told what I believe and what I stand for. Spoiler alert: Not every Liberal is the same, though the majority of Liberals I know think along roughly these same lines:

โ€œ1. I believe a country should take care of its weakest members. A country cannot call itself civilized when its children, disabled, sick, and elderly are neglected. Period.

2. I believe healthcare is a right, not a privilege. Somehow that’s interpreted as “I believe Obamacare is the end-all, be-all.” This is not the case. I’m fully aware that the ACA has problems, that a national healthcare system would require everyone to chip in, and that it’s impossible to create one that is devoid of flaws, but I have yet to hear an argument against it that makes โ€œlet people die because they can’t afford healthcareโ€ a better alternative. I believe healthcare should be far cheaper than it is, and that everyone should have access to it. And no, I’m not opposed to paying higher taxes in the name of making that happen.

3. I believe education should be affordable and accessible to everyone. It doesn’t necessarily have to be free (though it works in other countries, so I’m mystified as to why it can’t work in the US), but at the end of the day, there is no excuse for students graduating from college saddled with five- or six-figure debt.

4. I don’t believe your money should be taken from you and given to people who don’t want to work. I have literally never encountered anyone who believes this. Ever. I just have a massive moral problem with a society where a handful of people can possess the majority of the wealth while there are people literally starving to death, freezing to death, or dying because they can’t afford to go to the doctor. Fair wages, lower housing costs, universal healthcare, affordable education, and the wealthy actually paying their share would go a long way toward alleviating this. Somehow believing that makes me a communist.

5. I don’t throw around โ€œI’m willing to pay higher taxesโ€ lightly. I’m retired and on a fixed income, but I still pay taxes. If I’m suggesting something that involves paying more, well, it’s because I’m fine with paying my share as long as it’s actually going to something besides lining corporate pockets or bombing other countries while Americans die without healthcare.

6. I believe companies should be required to pay their employees a decent, livable wage. Somehow this is always interpreted as me wanting burger flippers to be able to afford a penthouse apartment and a Mercedes. What it actually means is that no one should have to work three full-time jobs just to keep their head above water. Restaurant servers should not have to rely on tips, multibillion dollar companies should not have employees on food stamps, workers shouldn’t have to work themselves into the ground just to barely make ends meet, and minimum wage should be enough for someone to work 40 hours and live.

7. I am not anti-Christian. I have no desire to stop Christians from being Christians, to close churches, to ban the Bible, to forbid prayer in school, etc. (BTW, prayer in school is NOT illegal; compulsory prayer in school is – and should be – illegal). All I ask is that Christians recognize my right to live according to my beliefs. When I get pissed off that a politician is trying to legislate Scripture into law, I’m not โ€œoffended by Christianityโ€ — I’m offended that you’re trying to force me to live by your religion’s rules. You know how you get really upset at the thought of Muslims imposing Sharia law on you? That’s how I feel about Christians trying to impose biblical law on me. Be a Christian. Do your thing. Just don’t force it on me or mine.

8. I don’t believe LGBT people should have more rights than you. I just believe they should have the same rights as you.

9. I don’t believe illegal immigrants should come to America and have the world at their feet, especially since THIS ISN’T WHAT THEY DO (spoiler: undocumented immigrants are ineligible for all those programs they’re supposed to be abusing, and if they’re โ€œstealingโ€ your job it’s because your employer is hiring illegally). I’m not opposed to deporting people who are here illegally, but I believe there are far more humane ways to handle undocumented immigration than our current practices (i.e., detaining children, splitting up families, ending DACA, etc).

10. I don’t believe the government should regulate everything, but since greed is such a driving force in our country, we NEED regulations to prevent cut corners, environmental destruction, tainted food/water, unsafe materials in consumable goods or medical equipment, etc. It’s not that I want the government’s hands in everything — I just don’t trust people trying to make money to ensure that their products/practices/etc. are actually SAFE. Is the government devoid of shadiness? Of course not. But with those regulations in place, consumers have recourse if they’re harmed and companies are liable for medical bills, environmental cleanup, etc. Just kind of seems like common sense when the alternative to government regulation is letting companies bring their bottom line into the equation.

11. I believe our current administration is fascist. Not because I dislike them or because I canโ€™t get over an election, but because I’ve spent too many years reading and learning about the Third Reich to miss the similarities. Not because any administration I dislike must be Nazis, but because things are actually mirroring authoritarian and fascist regimes of the past.

12. I believe the systemic racism and misogyny in our society is much worse than many people think, and desperately needs to be addressed. Which means those with privilege — white, straight, male, economic, etc. — need to start listening, even if you don’t like what you’re hearing, so we can start dismantling everything that’s causing people to be marginalized.

13. I am not interested in coming after your blessed guns, nor is anyone serving in government. What I am interested in is sensible policies, including background checks, that just MIGHT save one personโ€™s, perhaps a toddlerโ€™s, life by the hand of someone who should not have a gun. (Got another opinion? Put it on your page, not mine).

14. I believe in so-called political correctness. I prefer to think its social politeness. If call you Chuck and you say you prefer to be called Charles Iโ€™ll call you Charles. Itโ€™s the polite thing to do. Not because everyone is a delicate snowflake, but because as Maya Angelou put it, when we know better, we do better. When someone tells you that a term or phrase is more accurate/less hurtful than the one you’re using, you now know better. So why not do better? How does it hurt you to NOT hurt another person?

15. I believe in funding sustainable energy, including offering education to people currently working in coal or oil, so they can change jobs. There are too many sustainable options available for us to continue with coal and oil. Sorry, billionaires. Maybe try investing in something else.

16. I believe that women should not be treated as a separate class of human. They should be paid the same as men who do the same work, should have the same rights as men and should be free from abuse. Why on earth shouldnโ€™t they be?

I think that about covers it. Bottom line is that I’m a liberal because I think we should take care of each other. That doesn’t mean you should work 80 hours a week so your lazy neighbor can get all your money. It just means I don’t believe there is any scenario in which preventable suffering is an acceptable outcome as long as money is saved.โ€

Thomas Jefferson

โ€œEnlighten the people generally, and tyranny and opressions of the body and mind will vanish like evil spirits at the dawn of day.โ€ โ€• Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson ๐Ÿ’ฅ

Vatican expels former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick over sex crimes – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Deformed or Defrock๐Ÿ•ด๐Ÿ˜€

Fancy that๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜

Catholic Church๐Ÿค

Defroked really

American President

“OF COURSE! I KNOW!” a poem February 15, 2019 – Freya’s Day

OF COURSE! We all know – Some folks – like to [just] DISAGREE,
And say: “Trump’s stupid!” and “The Mystic Poet don’t-see,
That-throwing-money-at-a-fence is a foolish idea,
But – NO! (pause) I’ve said – that I neither support nor hate,
Trump-OR-ANYONE [else]! I just think: THE FATE,
For-even-if-there’s-no-GOD-in-“Heaven,” it-appears-that-every-(wo)man,
Must do what they do – WITH-a-somewhat-STEADY-TREAD,
And – as-we-all- meekly!? go-off-to-bed,
We-COULD-all say-a-prayer – f o r doing what we feel,
Is THE BEST WE CAN – and-that-way, the keel,
On-OUR SHIP-OF-FOOLS – might do the trick,
And HELP-to-steer – the weak – lame – and sick!*

After-this-morning’s-speech – IT LOOKS LIKE TRUMP-IS STANDING-“FIRM!”
Drug cartels – will-simply just have-to-learn,
THAT A NATIONAL EMERGENCY – is what they’ll see,
To-try-and-halt this “invasion”- which-they-facilitate “measura-bly!”

“Invasion of drugs – and-gangs,” our President does say; “
Will be DEALT WITH – in every possible way,
THAT MIGHT BE EFFECTIVE!” Well, we’ll have to wait and see,
What the future holds – for you and me!!!
Of course, there’s this “silly” poetry – (I-hope its [relatively] clear:)
There-are-many-IFs-ANDs-and-BUTs – and many a tear,
Shed by people impacted-by drugs and guns,
To try to do their job – of stopping “crime,”
From spreading [further] HERE! Trump says, “IT’S TIME,

Children – and spouses – called: “ANGEL MOM’S,”
Are-grieving! (pause) For them – I OFFER BRAHMS!**
A LULLABY – for dead-family-members,
Whose ashes might-be-at-The Border – and-perhaps-THE-EMBERS,
From-fires that are burned there at night,
[By border agents – to have the sight,
To see those sneaking – INTO HERE,
To carry drugs and guns and beer,]
COMINGLE-AS-ONE: Ashes – and-Embers;
Each ANGEL FAMILY, of course, remembers,
Those-who-have-been-lost – AND A FENCE M I G H T WORK,
So Trump stands firm – like Captain Kirk,
Of the U – S – S “Enterprise!”
Of-the-United-States – and I’d-also call,
On-all who HAVE WILL – to-tell drug dealers,
And “people-slave-traders” – and soul-less(?) stealers,
To-declare: “We’re-doing-our-best – AND TRUMP IS TOO,

FEW-Democrats [and some Republicans!] – seem-to-have any-love- or-will,
To-offer-a-better-solution! So, let’s [try-to] LOVE until,
Tomorrow – or next week month or-year!

For, whether Trump-is-“right,” or Trump-is-“wrong,”

To-[Johannes]-Brahms’ “Lullaby,” for-those-LOST-LOVED-ONES,
Taken-from “this life,” by drugs and/or guns!

And-let’s support each zealous [border patrol] agent who runs![to-catch-a-thief]
GETS A STRONG FENCE UP – for-securing-[against-an]-“evil”-Juan!***

fin โค

* – and WE ALL ARE! ๐Ÿ™‚ -Whoa!
** – THE Brahms’ “Lullaby!”
*** – like Juan Garcia Abrego, still alive at 74, a former Mexican drug lord – or Juan Nepomucena Guerra, “The Drug Cartel God Father,” who passed away in 2001 [at the age of 85], founder of “The Gulf Cartel!”

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It’s called ‘Dignity’ & was done by artist Dale Lamphere to honor the women of the Sioux Nation. .

I don’t know why this hasn’t received more publicity, but this new fifty-foot sculpture was unveiled recently in South Dakota.

It’s called ‘Dignity’ & was done by artist Dale Lamphere to honor the women of the Sioux Nation.


“Mah Pea Lutaโ€ (Red Cloud) AMERICAN NATIVE INDIAN

Out of tens of thousands of treaties,”Mah Pea Lutaโ€ (Red Cloud)is still absolutely right about that even today. He defeated the US Army at the battle of the โ€œRosebudโ€or as the Lakota called it the โ€œBattle where the sister saved her brother.โ€ The Lakota would ride just within range of the soldiers rifles and ride the length of the front line as a show of bravery. The two sides were at an impasse when a young brave riding along the soldier’s line got his horse shot out beneath him, with no other cover he ducked behind his horse.The angry soldiers opened fire on the horse. A few thousand rounds later the horse was getting awfully small. The soldiers were so intent on getting the precocious youngster that they didn’t see the young man’s sister suddenly ride up and grab him and carry him to safety. This rallied the Lakota and Cheyenne to the decisive victory. Red Cloud refused to sign a treaty of peace with anyone but the Phone. President Ulysses Grant signed the treaty with Red Cloud guaranteeing that ALL land between the Powder and Big Horn rivers would be Sioux land forever. Gold was soon discovered in the Black Hills and I guess everyone remembers Custer’s Battle of the Little Big Horn

Red Cloud
May Pea Luta
American Native Indian



Part I:
A. Back off and let those men who want to marry men, marry men.
B. Allow those women who want to marry women, marry women.
C. Allow those folks who want to abort their babies, abort their babies.
In three generations, there will be no more Democrats.

Part II:
10 Poorest Cities in America (How did it happen?)
City, State, % of People Below the Poverty Level

1. Detroit, MI 32.5%
2. Buffalo, NY 29.9%
3. Cincinnati, OH 27.8%
4. Cleveland, OH 27.0%
5. Miami, FL 26.9%
5. St. Louis, MO 26.8%
7. El Paso, TX 26.4%
8. Milwaukee, WI 26.2%
9. Philadelphia, PA 25.1%
10. Newark, NJ 24.2%

What do these top ten cities (over 250,000 pop.) with the highest poverty rate all have in common?
Detroit, MI – (1st on poverty rate list) hasn’t elected a Republican mayor since 1961
Buffalo, NY – (2nd) hasn’t elected one since 1954
Cincinnati, OH – (3rd) not since 1984
Cleveland, OH – (4th) not since 1989
Miami, FL – (5th) has never had a Republican mayor
St. Louis, MO – (6th) not since 1949
El Paso, TX – (7th) has never had a Republican mayor
Milwaukee, WI – (8th) not since 1908
Philadelphia, PA – (9th) not since 1952
Newark, NJ – (10th) not since 1907

Einstein once said, ‘The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.’
It is the poor who habitually elect Democrats… yet they are still POOR.

Part III:
“You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.
You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
You cannot bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift.
You cannot lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down.
You cannot further the brotherhood of man by inciting class hatred.
You cannot build character and courage by taking away people’s initiative and independence.
You cannot help people permanently by doing for them, what they could and should do for themselves.”
~Abraham Lincoln

“Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him had better take a much closer look at the American Indian.”
~Henry Ford

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Heavenly Father, You have called us to grow in grace, to increase our understanding of Jesus and to develop a close and intimate relationship with You. Lord, this is what I desire to do, and I pray I may come to know You more and more each day.


Dear Lord
Goodbye America
Until we meet again
Remember how loved you are America
Australia ~ Amen