Monthly Archives: December 2013

CHRISTMAS 2013 THE CHRISTMAS THAT WAS!!

As some of you might remember this past November we lost my mother-in-law and there was no doubt that my wife was heart broken. So too was I because Joyce was like a mother to me as well. She had … Continue reading

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WORLD RESPONDS TO NORTH KOREAN INSTABILITY.

Responding to the recent developments in North Korea, specifically the execution of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s Uncle for treason, Secretary of State John Kerry points to the situation as very dangerous. Senator John McCain has voiced the same concerns … Continue reading

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RECIENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NORTH KOREA WARRANT A WATCHFUL CONCERN. KIM SEEN AS A DANGEROUS MAN

In a world as unstable as the one in which we live, unstable, paranoid leadership at the helm of any nation, even some rogue nation like that of North Korea warrants a very watchful eye. North Korea’s new leader Kim … Continue reading

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WE CONTINUE TRYING TO REPAIR SYSTEM TO START PUBLISING MORE BLOGS

The Horton Journal – A Political Perspective continues working on our PC in an effort to return to publishing the Journal.  There is still some work to do before we can reinstate publication.  It seems the entire system had to … Continue reading

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