David H Lippman
says “Militia Plans To Stop White Supremacist From Taking Over Their Nebraska Town @TPM "Let's you and him fight." -- Wimpy”
talkingpointsmemo.com — He came for Leith, North Dakota and got thrown in jail for terrorizing his neighbors with a gun.
He came for Antler, North Dakota and had the properties he was eyeing bought out from under him.
Now he's coming for Red Cloud, Nebraska—and the town's residents, including members of a local militia, are already talking about how to thwart self-described white supremacist Craig Cobb.
venturegalleries.com — What secrets does the river have, and will anybody ever learn them? Photograph: J Gerald Crawford. HE CAME BACK EVERY YEAR when the lingering heat of summer was finally broken by the early chill of autumn. He came home. But only the river... Read more
startupdadhq.com — Gary Smith works with executives and business owners to help them develop organizations where employees are happy, engaged, and productive; customers are delighted and loyal; and competitors are very, very afraid. He does this by helping them identify the gaps between where they are and where they need to be, and then designing …
says “The Past Life Series Bundled! -- "Mind-bending" "Epic" paranormal series on sale for limited time via @TerriPonce”
terriponce.com — I'm thrilled to announce that my PAST LIFE SERIES is now bundled! And at a low price...but only for a limited time Here's what readers are saying about the books: "Epic" "Fast-paced" "A rollercoast...
says “Author Amy Sue Nathan Dishes on Writing, Social Media Savvy and Why Books Are Like M&Ms via @hollyrob1”
authorhollyrobinson.com — Like many writers, I was first introduced to Amy Sue Nathan through her wonderful site, Women’s Fiction Writers, which has become one of those essential go-to sites for writers seeking out conversations on every topic imaginable by a broad spectrum of novelists. I wrote a guest post for her, and from there, Amy and I Read More
David H Lippman
says “A monument to MLK will crown Stone Mountain This move is way,way overdue. The nutters will hate it, of course...”
On the summit of Stone Mountain, yards away from where Ku Klux Klansmen once burned giant crosses, just above and beyond the behemoth carving of three Confederate heroes, state authorities have agreed...