Tag Archives: Farming

Nullification Is For The Birds!

Like most teenage boys growing up, when it came to date night nothing beat a good suspense thriller with your steady girlfriend.  My favorites were always Alfred Hitchcock movies, and the best of the best was The Birds   Mother … Continue reading

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GMO Zealot, Insurance Salesman, Greg Johnson Misses Facts Again!

In my last post I pointed out the difficulty GMO Zealot, Greg Johnson, has with facts when it comes to writing his column.  One would think after our last tussle, he would be more careful.  But apparently Mr. Johnson takes … Continue reading

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Sometimes Increased Productivity Isn’t Such a Good Thing

At the dawn of the 20th Century, America remained largely an agrarian nation.  In 1910, for example, the population of Georgia was still greater than California.  While the streets of urban areas struggled to cope with the noisy automobile, mechanization … Continue reading

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Suckered in the Tobacco Patch; Hung out to Dry by the Government

One morning a Farmer sat down to his breakfast, barely getting his gravy over the hot biscuits, when a sharp “rap” “rap” “rap” at the front door demanded his attention. Opening the door the farmer was greeted by a city … Continue reading

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