Christopher Columbus: A Hero of the Americans or the Villain of the Native People

Written by on May 6, 2015

Christopher Columbus has long been given credit for Discovering America and in the United States he is happily celebrated once a year on Columbus Day. Once lauded as one of the “greatest products of the Renaissance” there is mounting evidence that has led some historians to rethink whether or not we should hold Columbus in such high esteem. Many questions arise when one ponders all the fact...

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2nd Amendment and Fighting the VA

Written by on October 30, 2012

The original subject of this message was The VAs abuse of the fiduciary program, and the denial of veterans 2nd Amendment Rights under the Constitution of the United States of America. It is a personal appeal from a friend of mine, Tim Heald. You can follow Tim at As many of you know I have been struggling with the VA over the fiduciary program and the 2nd Amendme...

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Good Examples of Web Marketing Tools

Written by on November 28, 2010

A web marketing tool (otherwise known as an internet marketing tool) is anything that you can use to enhance your internet marketing efforts and results. There are many such tools available these days as web marketing is becoming more and more of an essential process to all businesses. A web marketing tool can be a website, a software program, an e-book, a course, a training program, a system, ...

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The New Twitter Background Contest: Win FREE Hosting!

Written by on October 25, 2010

Yes! I'm giving away FREE hosting for 1 full year. Keep reading ... If you have customized, or want to customize your Twitter background, then you need to know what the best dimensions are to use. The new Twitter layout is pretty good as far as functionality, layout, and organization goes, but it leaves a lot less real estate for those that love to spruce up their backgrounds. With a lot mor...

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Social Bookmarking Made Easy

Written by on October 6, 2010

A fellow marketing friend of mine turned me on to this today. And boy oh boy was I glad he bothered me in the middle of a conference call. One part of marketing on the Internet that absolutely drives me bonkers: social bookmarking.  You hear all over that you need to do it to help your pages rank better and to drive more traffic to your site and share all your information, etc etc. It's true.  B...

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Checking out the New Alpha

Written by on July 31, 2010

I've had an invite for awhile now. Finally have a few spare moments to check it out. I'm very ashamed it's taken this long, but it's been a busy summer. So far it looks great! I haven't read anyone elses reviews on it, but I like it. I've always loved Digg though. What I do not like, is having to verify my own feed the way they want me to, which is to post this verification key: 291a67d7aa5e...

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Attract Customers and Traffic with a Business Blog

Written by on June 17, 2010

You might think that with all you have to do running your business you have no time to start and maintain a blog.  But what's the most important thing to your business?  Customers!  Without them, you don't have a business.  A blog can keep you in touch with your customers and attract new ones as effectively as the best advertising campaign. If you're unfamiliar with the word "blog" it is a ...

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How to Be Rich Now

Written by on April 14, 2010

I read this post by Christine Kane today and loved the message she had to send. A lot of it is just being in a truly positive mindset, but a few of these tricks are worth doing, whether you are an eternal optimist (like me!), cynic, pessimist or just plain old down in the dumps. So give it a read, share it, re-post it on your blog (be sure to use her author box at the bottom) or print it out an...

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Mama Sox and her Didgeridoo

Written by on April 6, 2010

Just listened to Crystal Bowersox belt out another fabulous performance on American Idol Season Nine. She sang Paul McCartney's "Come to Together" and was accompanied by a Didgeridoo player. A Didgeridoo you say? Yups ... a Didgeridoo. The Didgeridoo (also known as a didjeridu or didge) is a wind instrument. Originally developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia over 1,500 years a...

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The Lodge at Copperhead Grand Opening Week

Written by on April 5, 2010

And now for something completely different, a page out of our social calendar. Yups, I'm not all work and no play. I mean a gal has to be able to relax sometimes right? The Lodge at Copperhead (or, as most folks, including us, around here call it: "Copperhead Lodge") had their Grand Opening festivities this past week. We are very glad someone was able to rescue this venue from the depths of vac...

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