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Buz Blog

Opinion: Equality versus Equity

In their attempt to erase Western civilization, the radical left has been moderately successful in socially engineering a brave new world in their warped view of the way things ought to be. They are already hijacking our language and changing their own slogans. No longer do we have to worry about global warming, now the

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Exceptional Houseplants Anyone Can Keep Alive Indoors

The internet is filled with exotic tales of hard to find plants that are even harder to keep alive. Yes, we do have most of these unusual plants, but this column is dedicated to the new home gardener just starting out. It’s best to start with easy to care for plants. This is even more

Arizona Today

DOJ Changes Legal Position in AZ voting case

Seriously compelling issues continue to percolate in association with election fraud. ARIZONA TODAY continues to present information, clarifications, and key players in the on-going battles to expose the fraud versus those who battle to keep the lid on and lights off. The below article by Matthew Vadum is an example of this on-going effort to

The Zany Sage

That Science Experiment in the Fridge

Okay, boys and girls, it’s time to strap on a gas mask, don some rubber gloves and get ready for a serious rumble in the fridge. I see that bag of organic spring mix that has turned to slime. And the gooey substance from who-knows-what-spilled underneath the crisper drawer. I see you standing looking into

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

I always say hypnosis is all about communication between the conscious mind and the subconscious and unconscious mind. In this article let’s explore how these two communicate with each other. This is our first step to discovering exactly how powerful we are. A story I often tell is about a little boy by the name

Buz Blog

Opinion: Questions of Faith

My father’s mother was a Christian Scientist and his dad was a mainstream Protestant. The family was a little surprised when my dad converted to Catholicism when he returned home after World War II. When my dad explained his reasoning, though, they understood. My father was a Ranger in the South Pacific. He and his

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