Nacho Grande Style

When you’re in the mood for something Spicy, Southwest Nacho Grande hits the spot!  Crispy restaurant style back chips dressed with heat seeking meat topped with cheesey cheese, sweet onions, and juicy tomatos brought together to get your southwest mojo working.   These are lots of fun for the whole family.  Set the ingredients up in… Continue reading Nacho Grande Style

​Homelessness Hungry Poor Tax Cut

Nothin’ from nothin’ leaves nothin’ as the song goes.  Fussing and fighting over subjects which have been at issue for hundreds of years makes no sense to those of us who understand the real problem and the real solution.  The solution is looking at you but many are too blind to see and reluctant to… Continue reading ​Homelessness Hungry Poor Tax Cut

Mary Jane Farming

It seems, according to Ithaca, growing “herb” is now as hazardous to the environment as much as farting cows.  We will keep our opinion to ourselves concerning this particular subject giving you the opportunity to develop your own conclusions. We do have to say we find intelectual humor here.  . Our involvement in political subjects are… Continue reading Mary Jane Farming

It Ain’t Lame Duck

“I’ve spent so many years talking about lame ducks in the White House and Congress, and it’s never occurred to me to find out what the heck it means. It turns out it’s an old English hunting term – something about firing at a duck without quite killing it. In any case, the hobbled duck… Continue reading It Ain’t Lame Duck

Do Reindeer Really Know How To Fly

The Christmas song originally subtitled, “Merry Christmas to You” is a classic Christmas song written in 1945 by Bob Wells and Mel Tormé. Follow the link on the title to hear Nat King Cole sing about Reindeer flying. “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire” Chestnuts roasting on an open fire Jack Frost nipping at your nose Yuletide carols… Continue reading Do Reindeer Really Know How To Fly