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Being "the sharpest knife in the drawer" is not all it's cracked up to be. The lowly butter knife, never sharp, is used by everyone, and does far more effective work with its curved, dull blade than the sharpest of knives. The butter knife keeps working long after the sharp knife has dulled and lays waiting the sharpening stone. - Julie Kay Smithson, October 15, 2006.

In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. - George Orwell.

Voluntary compliance is still compliance. - William B. Roberts.

"Truth dismantles fiction." - Julie Kay Smithson, June 14, 2006.

Don't swallow the bait until you've seen the hook. - Julie Kay Smithson, June 14, 2006. (regarding what is touted as fact to the public)

Collaborate - To cooperate, usually willingly, with an enemy nation,  especially with an enemy occupying one's country. - The Random House College Dictionary, 1980 Revised Edition, page 263. (Note: Please, consider when you see this word, collaborate, in plans, agency documents, etc., and consider its real meaning.)

"If you are not part of the steamroller, you're part of the pavement." - believed to be by Gregory Rawlins. Original version from the 14th Century, "If you are not part of the steamroller, you're part of the road."

What's the deal with UNESCO? While President Reagan took us out of this anti-American organization because of their rotten track record, President Bush says let's get back in. UNESCO, our global school board, is a big supporter of the diabolical Earth Charter. While our children are not free to read from The Bible or to mention the name of Christ in school, they are being led to worship Mother Earth under the guise of being educated. The Earth Charter housed in an Ark of Hope will be making its way around the country. Why would a Christian want to involve us in such a nefarious organization? - Debbie O'Hara, August 15, 2003