Monthly Archives: December 2011

No “nannies” but we did quite well, thank you.

December 8, 2011
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No “nannies” but we did quite well, thank you.

(Publisher’s note: From time to time, the constraints of time become quite strong and there just isn’t enough of it to allow for an original post. This is one of those times. BUT, thanks to that other glory of the interet, email, there is a plethora of content available in the electronic mail bag...

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The lessons of Pearl, still ring true

December 7, 2011
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The lessons of Pearl, still ring true

Imagine you just graduated last spring from Joplin High. You’re 18, full of life and ready to take on the world. But you’re not from money, college isn’t in the cards for you, neither is the idea of going into the family business. You want to do something, you want to make a difference....

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Adam Carolla “occupies” the truth about the “occupiers”

December 6, 2011
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Adam Carolla “occupies” the truth about the “occupiers”

(Publisher’s note: As promised, TheCorner re-engages the battle politic. And could it not be more fitting that the first topic be none other than those wonderful Americans we have been watching the main stream media fawn all over these past few weeks? You know, those darlings of the left, those well behaved, well groomed,...

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Return and Reflection

December 4, 2011
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Return and Reflection

Elbert Hubbard: “Never explain – your friends do not need it and your enemies will not believe you anyway. “ For all intents and purposes The Corner has been silent these past two months with the last post being the revelation that Dear Leader had sought to add the Japanese Islands to his ever...

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