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What Would You Give Up?
Vernon, Florida is a small town located in the state’s panhandle. It, by reputation, is commonly called “Nub City.” This moniker was earned in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. During this time the area was economically depressed. It seems … Continue reading
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In The News: Dennis Prager
Dennis Prager is a wise man. I enjoy his weekly Fireside Chats. Rarely do I miss viewing this weekly program. His Rational Bible Commentary series on the Torah contains some good thoughts. However, no one should be blindly followed. All … Continue reading →