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The Snoop 3.5.2015

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Last week was tragic, and this time I am not talking about the weather. First, on Thursday, just after 1 p.m. and before the news hit the wires, State Representative Lyle Rowland called to let me know State Auditor Tom ...

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The Snoop 2.26.2015

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I don’t know where this originated, but it was said to have been written by an American Airlines pilot after a Muslim doctor complained that he was a victim of profiling because he was checked three times while trying to ...

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The Snoop 1.22.2015

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Most of our generation 50+ was “home schooled” in many ways. I can identify with several of these comments. How about you? 1. My mother taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE. “If you’re going to kill each other, ...

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The Snoop 1.8.2015

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Several months ago, I was handed a folder containing various pieces of information, facts, and stories. I was told I might find some of the information interesting. I certainly did. Although I am just now getting around to sharing some ...

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The Snoop 1.1.2015

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It’s New Year’s Day and time for those wasted resolutions like: lose weight, quit smoking, save money, get fit, eat healthy food, take a trip, or drink less alcohol. If you want to break away from the norm, here are ...

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The Snoop 12.25.2014

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The Real Christmas Story And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) ...

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The Snoop 12.11.2014

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Have you looked at the calendar? Today is Dec. 11. Next Thursday is Dec. 18, and the next Thursday is Dec. 25. Christmas is just two weeks away. How many times have I asked – how many times have you ...

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The Snoop 12.4.2014

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What would you do if you were in charge in Ferguson, Mo.? Really now. We’ve all made small-talk statements about what should be done or how we would handle the situation if it were up to us. But, really now, ...

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The Snoop 11.25.2014

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As we anticipate the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, consider these Thanksgiving Day facts as documented by the U.S. Census Bureau. In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims – early settlers of Plymouth Colony, held a three-day feast to celebrate a ...

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The Snoop 11.20.2014

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The midterm elections of 2014 showed, clearly, that Americans are generally fed up with the liberal attitude and lack of respect for American principles displayed by the Obama administration. The Republican party is in a good position to reclaim the ...

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