Grandma’s favorite songs

                 On The Farm In The Morning

     On the farm in the morning, many birds awake

And in Pastures and meadows, sweetest music make.

Cheree, Cheree, Cheree, the birds are singing in the trees,

Cheree, Cheree, Cheree, it’s morning on the farm.

 

Who wakes first in the morning, now I wonder who?

Listen and I will tell you, Cock-a-doodle-doo.

Cock-a-doodle-doo, The rooster wakes up early too,

Cock-a-doodle-doo, It’s morning on the farm.

 

And the ducks and the turkeys quack and gobble, too,

Trying each to be loudest–what a thing to do!

Quack, quack,quack, At night the ducks will all come back,

Quack, quack, quack, it’s morning on the farm.

 

 

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Media silence on Pedophile arrests

US authorities have busted an unprecedented amount of Pedophile networks Since President Trump was sworn in on the 20th January 2017, US authorities have busted an unprecedented amount of pedophile networks linked to child trafficking rings across the country.But despite the huge achievement, the media have remained silent on the issue.Attorney general, Jeff Sessions, recently […]

via 3000 Pedophiles Arrested Since Trump Took Office, Media Remains Silent — News For The Blind

USA Election 2016

Regarding the investigation into voter fraud:

My voting place had mechanical machines that worked just fine, and had paper back-up in case any questions arose.  They were replaced with electronic machines with no paper trail, which I have heard from multiple sources are easily hacked.  The last time I voted, going in, I was told to double-check my ballot before leaving, because there had been complaints that selected votes had been changed automatically by the machine to a different candidate. As for fraud, my son, while a student at college was told to register to vote in the locale of his campus, which would have given him the opportunity to vote twice, had he done so.  He chose not to, although, I can’t speak for the others at his campus.  I also heard that the Governor of VA has said in the past the he had personal knowledge of voter fraud in his state.  I do believe, therefore, that an investigation could prove fruitful, not necessarily because of the recent election, but to hopefully find a way to prevent problems in the future.

Never Without Hope

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Overcoming Adversity

From Maya Angelou to Tina Fey, StyleCaster collected 30 smart statements on recovering from failure, applicable to members of all genders.

via 30 Excellent Quotes from Powerful Women on Overcoming Failure — Discover

Christians most persecuted religion

Much of the current worldwide persecution of Christians is within the USA.  One of the reasons for the attacks is the pro-life movement.

Hopefully, with Donald Trump as Commander-in-Chief, there will be a reversal of this trend, which has been on the rise during Obama’s terms of office.

 

Christians remain the target of more persecution than any other group in the world, according to a new study set to be released in February from the Italian-based Center for Studies on New Religions.

These findings are consistent with those of the Clarion Project, an organization that tracks Islamic extremism.  The group’s national security analyst told Fox News that the U.S. government is doing very little to stem this tide of hate.

“U.S. policy has not had a strategy for specifically addressing the persecution of Christians,” said Ryan Mauro.  “For example, very few people are even aware that Iraqi Christians began organizing to defend themselves and needed our help.”

The report outlines the stark data of persecution, finding that 90,000 Christians around the world died for their faith in 2016. One-third of these fatalities were a direct result of Islamic extremists, like ISIS, while other believers perished as a result of the hostile policies of anti-Christian states like North Korea.