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Gun Sales Continue to Soar

| April 5, 2021 | 19 Comments
Gun Sales Continue to Soar

According to estimates from the National Shooting Sports Foundation, more than seven million Americans have become first-time gun buyers in 2020, and the trend has continued. Many new owners don’t fit the conservative stereotype. This is healthy, and will tend to put a damper on some of the more egregious civil rights limits proposed by […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking….

| April 1, 2021 | 7 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking….

This time, it’s buttermilk cornbread, done the classic Southern way. Classic Southern Buttermilk Cornbread Written by Diana Rattray Published on The Spruce Eats Prep: 10 mins Cook: 22 mins Total: 32 mins Servings: 6 to 8 servings Link to online recipe: https://www.thespruceeats.com/classic-southern-buttermilk-cornbread-3054140 Cornbread differs in flavor and texture depending on what part of the country […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking

| March 25, 2021 | 4 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking

This is Hondo’s very own recipe for mothers & beans. Found it in an old file drawer, and revived it, gave it a whiff of bacon grease, and everything was fine. It is simple to fix, and only requires a bit of patience on your part. (Put the lid back and get your nose out […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking….

| March 18, 2021 | 7 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking….

  This recipe comes from Damn Delicious. It’s a good, simple recipe, easily prepared and no fuss is involved. And who doesn’t love a good bowl of stew? It’s a chilly, rainy day where I live, which makes this kind of easy cooking and good ingredients attractive to a hungry soul. And a good beef […]

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Ummm….. what????

| March 13, 2021 | 5 Comments
Ummm….. what????

Ilhan Omar says Trump admin’s stimulus plan did more for people that Biden’s version. You know who she is, right? Wears a turban wrapped around her head, frequently makes loud noises about things. Well, something got her goat (no pun intended at all) a few days ago, so I let this kind of simmer, then […]

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The Great Ammo Shortage Explained

| March 6, 2021 | 25 Comments
The Great Ammo Shortage Explained

Relief is coming. When, is the question. Fake news hit high tide when cartridges and components vanished from store shelves and website inventories. The tsunami of misinformation drowned out common sense and customer-service lines, with every manufacturer flooded with complaints, many of them conspiratorial in nature. Lizard people are not stockpiling ammo, nor is it […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking!

| March 4, 2021 | 5 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking!

Here’s a classic side dish from Betty Crocker: the green bean casserole. Simple, easy to fix, low in cost so it’s not a budget breaker, and something your kids/grandkids will probably want more of. I know I did, when my paternal grandma made it. And I wondered why, when it was so economical and quick […]

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Thursdays Are For Cooking….

| February 25, 2021 | 8 Comments
Thursdays Are For Cooking….

This one should be easy to fix and tasty, whether you’re in a cold winter setting or somewhere that it’s warm. This recipe comes from Taste of Home, a site that has plenty of good recipes to follow to feed a family.  If you’re following a tight budget, this may be right up your alley. […]

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