A tiny neighborhood surrounds an intersection of 63rd Street and Niwot Road a little ways northeast of Boulder, Colorado. It is a lovely neighborhood with nice people who like to live near the country, and away from the city. Most of them love children as evidenced by the things done especially for them. Another example […]Read more "A Well Maintained Country Road"
I’m not into blogs. I have this one, but I’m not yet thrilled about it. But it does, occasionally, get interesting. Take today. Listening to Glenn Beck radio this morning, the first hour proved to be very interesting. With deference to Mr. Beck, he makes a very good case that the principles involved with FISA […]Read more "Making the Argument about Principle"
I had another pollster call me today. You could tell their thinking by the questions they asked. They were completely out of touch. Who knows what they will do with the corrupted results they get from improper questions showing a complete lack of understanding to what is currently happening. All the questions were aligned with […]Read more "Please, Pollsters, quit calling me until you get it “right”"
posted by Terry Moore on January 27, 2009 at 7:50am When I was a young boy, before even Oliver & Rachel had the idea for a TJEd, I lived in Texas. We didn’t have much money. My Dad and Mom both worked to make ends meet. Many times, my brothers and I would ride in […]Read more "My Beginnings"
In 2006 or so, I bought an ultralight. It hadn’t flown in about ten years. I patiently went over it and found that the engine worked and that the rest of it only needed minor maintenance. My brother had bought a private single engine plane a year or two earlier. So we found a way […]Read more "Hangar Log"
I love ultralights. Mine is a little distressed currently. But hopefully that will change in the future. But that isn’t all. Spending time aloft, looking closely at the landscape is only one aspect of this site. It also applies to my activities in statesmanship. Like getting up above the ground gives you a different perspective […]Read more "Ultralights and the USofA"