Jueseppi B.:

Happy Anniversary Ms. Toby, and travels with toby. Congratulations.

Originally posted on travels with toby:

I had intended to write something for the anniversary of my blog’s first year of life.  Alas, here I am, nearly a month late.  My first post was 2/9/12 and I really had no idea what I was doing.  Here it is in case you’re curious.  A post about Madrid, the first foreign city that I visited.  I lived there as a junior in college.  I had wanted to create a blog for quite a long time.  Then, one day when I had called in sick due to a migraine, I was lying on my couch and I decided to create this blog.  I’ve had so much fun this past year creating posts and meeting so many interesting bloggers from around the world.  I’ve loved every minute of it!  Thank you to all my wonderful followers.  I sure appreciate all the follows, great comments and likes, it is so…

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Jueseppi B.:

“As one who believes healthcare should be free for everyone, Patch Adams’ model for community healthcare has me excited and is right along with my thinking. What I have dreamed about has materialized.” ~Marion Young

This says it all. Great post Ms. Marion.

Originally posted on cadesertvoice:

Via Kauilapele’s Blog
As one who believes healthcare should be free for everyone, Patch Adams’ model for community healthcare has me excited and is right along with my thinking. What I have dreamed about has materialized. ~Marion Young

The Circus Comes To Town

Get ready to hear some truly great news you won’t hear on the nightly news.

We have been induced to believe that we individual citizens don’t stand a chance against vast corporate interests, especially when it comes to things like “health care.”

Two men, both very dedicated visionaries–Paul Glover and Patch Adams–are hoping to prove that wrong, with the formation of a new community based clinic, founded as a charity.

Bringing together all of their shared experiences in changing the world their own way, against all rules, Glover and Adams have designed America’s first FREE health clinic, now…

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44 Gun Companies Have Stopped Selling To Law Enforcement In Anti-2nd Amendment Protest


By Jueseppi B.







From Red Alert Politics:


The list of companies that have stopped selling firearms and ammunition to law enforcement agencies in states that are restricting the Second Amendment has more than doubled since Wednesday and is more than five times larger than just one week ago. There are 44 companies on our list, with more being added as we receive notification. Here are the additions since Wednesday:


Barrett Firearms
Exile Machine
Tier One Arms
Bravo Company USA
Primary Weapons Systems
Crusader Weaponry
Top Gun Supply
Kiss Tactical
Clark Fork Tactical
OFA Tactical
One Source Tactical
Templar Tactical Arms
Old Grouch’s Military Surplus
Big Horn Armory
Midway USA
Rocky Top Tactical
Badger Peak
Controlled Chaos Arms
SRT Arms
Norton Firearms
Citizen Arms
Evolution Weaponry
Doublestar Corp
JCW Industries
Huntertown Arms



Here’s a sample of statements from some of the recent additions to the list as well as the positions of the companies that have reached out to TheBlaze directly to declare their policy shift:


Steve Adelmann of Citizen Arms shared the following from his company’s statement, made the day after New York changed its laws:

”Due to legal, ethical and moral concerns, Citizen Arms offers only those custom firearms that are legal for all lawful citizens of a given state to possess, regardless of law enforcement status. LE personnel living in states where citizens must have restrictive features will only receive like product support from Citizen Arms. We’re very appreciative of the sacrifices made by the law enforcement community but we’re even more appreciative of the right guaranteed to all law-abiding US citizens by the Second Amendment to the US Constitution: A well regulated militia, necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”.


Read more at The Blaze.


Thank you Red Alert Politics.


Everyone who knows me will testify that I hate all NRAssholes and their stranglehold on American politics. This is a shinning example of why. When the safety of all Americans are jeopardized by a few corporations desire to control politics in order to make more billions of dollars……that’s treason.


If you have any business dealings with these 44 companies….you need to do some soul searching.




























Jueseppi B.:

Todays inspiration from Ms. Marion.

Originally posted on cadesertvoice:

1) Be the change you wish to see in the world
2) What you think, you become
3) Where there is love, there is life
4) Learn as if you’ll live forever
5) Your health is your true wealth
6) Have a sense of humor
7) Your life is your message
8) Action expresses priorities
9) Our greatness is being able to remake ourselves
10) Find yourself in the service of others

From ZazenLife

The beauty of these profound truths lies in their innate simplicity. They are unambiguous as to their true meaning and speak directly to the soul, piercing the veil of seeming normalcy that permeates our lives. Truly every moment is divine and holds the potential for our self realization. These words of wisdom connect us to our true divine nature and higher selves, causing us to reflect on that which we may take for granted…

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Jueseppi B.:

No words needed for this one….Thank you Gun Control Now USA. Thank you Ms. Susan Cornwell, and the crew…..Editing by Marilyn W. Thompson and Jackie Frank.

Originally posted on Gun Control Now USA:


WASHINGTON (Reuters) – One of the National Rifle Association’s senior lobbyists said an ad by the nation’s leading gun-rights group after a school shooting in Connecticut that refers to President Barack Obama’s children was “ill-advised.”

Jim Baker, head of the federal affairs division at the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action, said he had made his views known to others at the powerful gun-rights organization.

The ad, which cast Obama as hypocritical for having expressed skepticism about putting armed guards in schools, when “his kids are protected by armed guards at their schools,” drew widespread criticism when it first became public on January 15.

Nationwide outrage over the shooting of 20 children and six adults at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 14 moved gun violence and gun control to the center of the U.S. political debate.

“I don’t think it was particularly helpful, that ad,” Baker told…

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