Monthly Archive: January, 2016

Wildlife During the Snow Storm

  The following are a few wildlife camera photos taken over the course of the last six-days since the time of the big 26-inch snow storm from last weekend.  The photos are dated… Continue reading

Manor Hill Brewery

Manor Hill Brewery is located just five-minutes from my home in Clarksville, Maryland, and is a wonderful farm to table product. Located at the dead-end of Manor Lane off of Clarksville Pike (Route… Continue reading

Snowbama 2016

The Big Dig! According to Foot’s Forecast, this weekends snow (January 22 and 23, 2016) was the fourth largest recorded for the Washington/Baltimore region. Doppler radar showed the awesome surge of incoming snow… Continue reading

Lyme Disease Update

The ticks that transmit Lyme disease, a debilitating flulike illness caused by Borrelia bacteria, are spreading rapidly across the United States.  A new study shows just how rapidly.  Over the past 20 years, … Continue reading

Northern Long-Eared Final 4(d) Rule

Final 4(d) Rule for the Northern Long-Eared Bat (Myotis septentrionalis) The 4(d) Rule is a tool found within the Endangered Species Act (ESA) for protecting species listed as “threatened.”  This rule gets its… Continue reading


My Kind of Endorsement! Is he or she Godly?  Robertson laid out his qualifications for the next president, explaining that Ted Cruz “fits the bill”.  Ted Cruz is lucky to get the endorsement… Continue reading

States Rights

Hey Mark, whats going on in Oregon? Stick with this video, within just a few minutes Kris Anne Hall, constitutional lawyer, breaks down everything you need to know about what’s going on in… Continue reading

Red Fox is Native to the Southeast

For many years, it was believed that red foxes in the eastern half of North America were introduced by early European settlers for hunting purposes.  However, recent DNA evidence suggests that red foxes… Continue reading

A Big-Picture View of the Invasive Plant Problem

Invasive plants are increasingly altering the structure and function of our natural environment, and now researchers have determined how far-reaching the problem has become. According to a study conducted by U.S. Forest Service… Continue reading


Ted Cruz for President of the United States!      

World Poverty and Immigration

“NumbersUSA Education & Research Foundation provides a civil forum for Americans of all political and ethnic backgrounds to focus on a single issue, the numerical level of U.S. immigration.  We educate opinion leaders,… Continue reading

There’s a New Sheriff in Town

This Week’s Intellectual Froglegs As we begin what is now the most important election year in modern history… we have to win.   There is no 2nd place trophy.  Good intentions will not… Continue reading