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I've Been Raided By the Hot Springs Police Dept. And All I Got Was This Lousy Felony.

I’ve Been Raided and all I Got Was This Lousy Felony

Nov 26, 2011 Comments Off Nancy

This month marks the anniversary of the day my home was attacked in military fashion by my local police, who after breaking down my door and running through my home with automatic rifles while screaming, then handcuffed me and took me away to jail while my young granddaughter and daughter watched. Luckily we didn't have ...

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pain

Pain, Pain Go Away – Chronic Pain and How the Drug War Allows Millions to Suffer

Nov 15, 2011 3 Comments ›› Nancy

NOTE: All photos included in this article are real people suffering physical pain. Ever had a toothache or any kind of severe pain that no over the counter meds would touch? You literally live for the moment that it's gone. Luckily many types of the pain we experience are temporary. Now imagine for a minute that ...

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Fear the Great Motivator

Best Motivator Ever!

Oct 25, 2011 1 Comment ›› Nancy

This past week Wolcott High School in Connecticut went into lockdown. The school authorities announced over the intercom that there was a threatening intruder in the building and the kids needed to get into their classrooms to be safe. Good sound advice, except for one thing: there was no intruder. It was a lie perpetuated ...

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Nancy and Grandaughter Alyssa - We are the 99%

Silence is the Same as Consent

Oct 17, 2011 No Comments ›› Nancy

Through my constant reading of online news feeds and articles I came across the  "We are the 99 Percent tumblr blog. It is a place for the 99% to put their messages out via photo form as to how our current government and economic situation has affected them.  Citizens hold up a handwritten sign with ...

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Lies

Say What???

Oct 12, 2011 No Comments ›› Nancy

  "The great mass of people...  will more easily  fall victim to a big lie than to a small one." ~Hitler    There is a fact of logic that is being left by the wayside in our country. It's the idea that just because someone in an authoritative position says something, it does ...

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"So Many Questions" By Roy Rivers

“So Many Questions” Now Available!

Oct 5, 2011 1 Comment ›› Nancy

Entertainer Roy Rivers, (who also happens to be my husband), just released this single in connection with my new book. I spoke of this song and  included the lyrics in the book (page 128) as it connects so wonderfully with the issues we are now seeing in society that not only allowed for my arrest, ...

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Branded For Life

Branded

Sep 21, 2011 6 Comments ›› Nancy

I had my meeting with my probation officer on Monday, something I have to do regularly during my three years on probation. Its typically a very short visit with some basic questions asked each time, which pretty much revolves around am I being a good girl. I had taken in my two prescription papers from ...

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Offended in America

How Dare You! (Being offended in America)

Sep 11, 2011 1 Comment ›› Nancy

A few days ago I made a post entitled “Life in Bizarro World” which talked in part about how we now see many citizens actually fighting for things that are against their own best interests. To continue our journey into this strange upside-down country we now live in we’ll take a look at “being ...

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Bizarro World

Life in Bizarro World

Sep 6, 2011 1 Comment ›› Nancy

Some issues have become so convoluted and steeped in politics its hard to even see the root idea anymore much less view it through logical eyes. Headlines like this one from this month tend to jolt some of us back to reality: "24 Year Old Dies From Toothache. Could Not Afford Medicine." Or this ...

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prisonovercrowding

Private Prisons: Cashing in on Crime

Sep 1, 2011 No Comments ›› Nancy

I was unaware of the whole Private Prison issue until about 10 months ago when I was threatened with being placed in one. It's a topic that is making more and more headlines as times goes by, most recently in Arizona and Florida. Florida's Correction Chief Ed Buss just resigned over disputes as to whether ...

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