Archive for April, 2011

Will the real Donald Trump stand up?

April 27, 2011

The most accurate description of Donald Trump that I have seen – from comments on a blog:

Leave it to Trump to promote his usual National Enquirer-esque, base, low-brow brand of political discourse.

… 3 parts hyperbolic sensationalism, … 3 parts reality-devoid, fact-deficient rumor-mongering, … 4 parts grandiose self-promotion.

It really makes Americans look like idiots when he has high numbers in the polls!

Trump really should be ringmaster at Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey’s Circus!

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A little bit of heaven – spellbinding music by Robert Tiso

April 16, 2011

All I can say is close your eyes, relax, listen, enjoy – you will be in heaven for the time. It is transfixing and overwhelming – an experience in listening I will treasure.

wine glass music – glass harp (Swan Lake-P. Tchaikovsky)

Glass music-Dance of the sugar plum fairy-Tchaikovsky

Canon in D on glass harp

Für Elise on glass harp

glass harp music (symphony n°5-Beethoven)

Ave Maria on glass harp

Protest for Liberty, Justice and Against Government Corruption before We Lose It Completely

April 4, 2011

Do you want corporations and their corrupt government puppets or people to control the United States and make its laws? 

If you want to preserve and defend YOUR democracy go to: http://t.co/vdcEEt0

What light is to the eyes,
what air is to the lungs,
what loves is to the heart,
liberty is to the soul of man.

          Robert G. Ingersoll

Our founding fathers fought for liberty in the Revolutionary War – at the Boston tea party and Concord and in the swamps around Charleston;

Our grandparents fought for liberty in WWI – in the trenches, on the sea, and on the Russian front;

Our parents fought for liberty in WWII and out of fear of communism in the Cold War –  on the beaches and hills of Guadalcanal, in the streets and on the bridges of Budapest, on the seas, and via the air over Berlin;

Our brothers, husbands, and friends fought out of fear of communism – during the Tet offensive, and in Saigon;

Our children and friends’ children are fighting to protect us from terrorism and for humanitarian reasons – in Iraq and in Afghanistan;

Our grandparents, parents, brothers and sisters, as well as countrymen protested and marched for liberty in the United States during the Civil Rights Movement – at Selma, Birmingham, and in Washington DC;

Our brothers and sisters stand up for liberty, opportunity, equality, and fairness daily regarding Health Care, Home Ownership, in the Courts, and at Work – in every town, in every prison, at every job, in every health facility, in every court, and at every rural crossroads.

In every struggle and battle and in every war, there are casualties. We accept them and do not run from the fight. That’s what it means to love others more than self, to treasure not just life, but also liberty, opportunity, equality, and justice.

The least I can do is stand up forcefully for liberty and its cousin justice at home, in memory and in honor of all those that came before, as well as for all those who come in the future!

We won’t retake it if we don’t fight. That’s what it means to love thy neighbor and one’s fellow men.

I’s rather go down standing up then grovel on my knees as a slave to the corrupt police, prosecutors, judges and politicians in America.

I will continue to expose the corrupt, enlighten the public through the Internet (our great equalizer), and challenge the corrupt.

Won’t you join me – for your children and grandchildren? Send me a comment and I’ll tell you how you can help.

Linda Lorincz Shelton, PhD, MD

 


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