May 2013

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Best Website Provider

28 May 2013 | : blog

Who Is The Best Website Provider In Ivins, UT?

How My Research Led Me To The Best Website Provider In Ivins, UT

May 22, 2013 – ADVERTORIAL

Pat Stevens


Finding a good website provider can be a tough task. Luckily, I found not just a good one, but agreat one.

I came across a company called FreeWebsite that provides free business and personal websites for residents in the Ivins area, and the site is definitely worth checking out!

Now when I think of getting something for free – I’m always skeptical. I immediately think if something is free then it’s either low quality or there is some type of catch.

After doing all my research, which included reviewing websites built by FreeWebsite, and also signing up for a website myself, I can tell you it is the best website provider around.

There is NO catch and NO fine print to worry about. FreeWebsite builds some of the highest quality and best looking websites I’ve seen on the web.

FreeWebsite has built a proprietary technology that allows it’s designers to build high-quality websites faster and cheaper than other website design companies.

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25 May 2013 | : blog

Thanks to the few who leave real comments on my sites.

I won’t approve your automated advertisements.

Read my posts and leave a real comment and I may approve it and give you a back link.

I’ve read hundreds of comments tonight and not one was a real comment.

If you want back links, ask. I’ve given some to the few who have come out and asked.

Please don’t waste my time or yours.

Now read the posts and say something pertinent.


Until next time.

The Editor

More History books from Amazon

17 May 2013 | : blog

Gettysburg-the last invationMany things happened in the War Between the States or the Civil War.

The following books detail some of the first three years and the turning point of the war at Gettysburg, Pa.

The first two wars for independence which were won by using guerrillas warfare,  being used by the Americans, but they forgot about it during the civil struggle, causing many more to die because of open live warfare. One book about the 1812 conflict seems an appropriate it so it is included here.

The Civil War: The Third Year Told by Those Who Lived It:by Various, Brooks D. Simpson List Price: $40.00Price: $26.49You Save: $13.51 (34%)

The War of 1812: Writings from America’s Second War of Independence:by Various, Donald R. Hickey List Price: $40.00Price: $27.33You Save: $12.67 (32%)

The Civil War: The Second Year Told By Those Who Lived It; by Stephen Sears List Price: $40.00Price: $25.38You Save: $14.62 (37%)

The Civil War: The First Year Told by Those Who Lived It ; by Brooks D. Simpson, Stephen W. Sears, Aaron Sheehan-Dean List Price: $37.50Price: $24.35You Save: $13.15 (35%)

Gettysburg: The Last Invasion  by Allen C. Guelzo List Price: $35.00Price: $24.39You Save: $10.61 (30%)

Congressman Abraham Lincoln

17 May 2013 | : blog

With all the movies and interest in the 16th President of late,  people sometimes don’t get the true facts about him. The thing to do is look for something in Biographies & Memoirs?


Congressman Abraham Lincoln

Congressman Lincoln
by Chris DeRose
List Price: $26.00
Price: $17.85
You Save: $8.15 (31%)
Also available used from $10.19

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The Hour of Peril: The Secret Plot to Murder Lincoln Before the… by Daniel Stashower List Price: $26.99 Price: $17.35 You Save: $9.64 (36%) Learn more Add to wishlist

Lincoln’s Hundred Days: The Emancipation Proclamation and the War… by Louis P. Masur List Price: $29.95 Price: $18.11 You Save: $11.84 (40%) Also available used from $12.95 Learn more Add to wishlist

Lincoln’s Ladder to the Presidency: The Eighth Judicial Circuit by Guy C. FrakerMichael Burlingame List Price: $34.95 Price: $26.10 You Save: $8.85 (25%) Also available used from $18.55 Learn more Add to wishlist

The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the… by Doris Kearns Goodwin Learn more Add to wishlist

Jefferson and Hamilton: The Rivalry That Forged a Nation Learn more Add to wishlist

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Kennst du den Wolfgangsee?

15 May 2013 | : blog

“Hi Jay,kennst du den Wolfgangsee?”

with a photo of her bei der See on facebook.

My reply was.

“Nur in Filmen.

The Wolfgangsee seen in Gasthaus “Weißes Rössl” at St. WolfgangWolfganseeWolfgansee

mit Peter Alexander.

I went through Salzberg on the train only stopping to take a couple of photos of the River. Very polluted at the time.

Once I had to chase a train on foot with Br. Beavin aboard it. The faster one runs the more tired they get and the slower they go but the faster the train goes so I didn’t want to get to far from the train and have it happen again.



You can Watch the 1960 film on You Tube at:

Talking about the theft of taxes and making sense

09 May 2013 | : blog

Talking about  the theft of taxes and making sense of any of it.

It doesn’t make sense to tax producers for those who don’t produce, namely government.

And then the tax laws get stupider with each passing day.

It doesn’t make any sense. So instead of fretting over the mess let’s take a humorous look at it with a video clip from the movie “My Blue Heaven”(1950).

It’s Deductible

Betty Grable and Dan Dailey sing about deductions and how crazy it all is. 

They said it all.

What is too much money?

07 May 2013 | : blog

A man named Jeff Berwick was quoted in the James Cook Market Update newsletter in late April 2013 in a condensed article called ” The Government Budget Plan”.

“Wealthy taxpayers can currently accumulate many millions of dollars…substantially more than is needed to fund reasonable levels of retirement savings… The job of government is of course to “level the playing field” by stealing from and putting up obstacles for those with “too much.” “

What is “too much” ?  Who determines that?

“$3 million”?

“So according to them, $205,000 per year is sufficient and people should not be allowed to have more that that in retirement savings. ”  But that figure can go “down to around $100,000 after theft..or tax as they call it.”

Then after inflation “That $205,000 …will only be equivalent to $90,000 in ten years time.”

“The central planners in the U.S. and most Western governments have and will decide how much is “enough” for you to have and if you manage to still have significant assets after that, they’ll continue to whittle them away via taxation and Inflation.”

Thanks Jeff well put. 

You can read more from Jeff and James Cook and others by contacting:

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Fan Chart

05 May 2013 | : blog

After having trouble with the password as ever, I was able to log into Family Search this evening and was pleasantly surprised to find fan charts of my pedigree as an option now.

That is a really nice feature.

You ought to go there now and set up an account and get to exploring your heritage. 

This is some fun stuff.

Some Questions from an Ordinary Guy

04 May 2013 | : blog

Some of the questions that struck me a few years ago have now past their relevance but a few of these questions will go on unanswered for ever.

? 1- Why do scientists who deny the existence of God, still refer to the time before Christ as BC Before Christ? And he being the only begotten son of God in the flesh?  ( From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia BC Before Christ, an epoch used in dating years prior to the estimated birth of Jesus)

?2- Why do murderers have rights to life but unborn babies do not?

?3- Why is it when I owe for something, it must be paid immediately but when something is owed me, haste is not important?

?4- Why does the world pay the players of children’s games with great amounts of money but the people who provide the necessities of life are  paid so very little?

?5- Why are laws of conduct only applicable  to citizens of a government, but the government entity itself and the employees of said government are exempt from those same laws?

?6-Why do people use the term “State of the Art” to describe that something is the best and not what real condition it is in?

?7- Why is this called a blog?

Well enough of this junk today.

Need to get on to something more fun.

Bye until next time. 


? Before daylight Savings Time Evening events started at 7 pm or 8 pm or 9 pm. Why is it that now with the clock pushed ahead, these same events start at 6, 7. or 7:30 pm? Long before the sun sets?

New at

04 May 2013 | : blog

There is a post about having fun when one practiced singing on this new singing page.

Go now and read and leave your relevant comments.


Jay Beacham

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