Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Welcome to the revaustinmiles-dot-com website which became active on July 21, 2009. According to the number of visitors in such a short time, with traffic building, this could become a destination website since we also feature, MilesTones, a raised-eyebrow look at the news that everybody can look forward to.
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Friday, February 12, 2016
ST. LOUIS 2/11/16—The truth is finally out despite herculean efforts to conceal it from the public. Many young servicemen suddenly began to die in the U.S. without explanation. National Public Radio (NPR) just exposed, with verification, that the United States Government secretly employed chemical (medical) experiments on our young service personnel while they were in training.
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
The critics are ever with us which does not mean we must celebrate them. Especially when they demand acceptance of a flawed U.S. history that they created. RADIO HOST/SYNDICATED COLUMNIST/COMMENTATOR/AUTHOR/HISTORIAN JERRY NEWCOMBE was gifted with immediate flak over his last column about the Bible being treated as asbestos in the public schools. Mr. Newcombe, a history specialist, not only set that complainer straight, but brought out a little known fact: The Bible was actually the forerunner of our public schools.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Cookie is a beautiful 15 year old Cocker Spaniel who had been a faithful loving companion. Then her “family” yanked her up, put her in a car and dumped her at the local dog pound, picked up a young lab to replace her and left. Cookie was totally heartbroken as her little face testified.
It is interesting to note that the Public schools were founded on the principles of The Bible. Today those same schools treat the same Bible as though it were toxic. RADIO HOST/NATIONAL COLUMNIST/AUTHOR/COMMENTATOR JERRY NEWCOMBE makes the law clear regarding the expression of Christianity by school students.
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