We wish you could have all seen the amazing sight of thousands of Jews streaming to oz veGaon for an amazing Simchat Bet Shoeva event. Scattered throughout the nature Reserve compound were stalls selling and exhibiting artistic creations as well as inflatables and petting corners for the children. Hundreds of B'nei Akiva youth streamed into the preserve, took tools and started paving a new security path around the forest. The youth's spirit of elevation and happiness brought an incredible ambiance of fresh and young Zionism. Yes, the People of Israel have whom to rely on for the future. Danny Hirshberg, head of Bnei Akiva came and strengthened the wonderful youth.
Oct 1, 2015 - 4:21:43 PM
Kenneth Tellis Justin Trudeau falls back on the old guard
It has become clear that Justin Trudeau has no idea what he is doing in his campaign to win the Canadian Federal Election on October 19, 2015. He has begun calling in his father's friends from past Liberal governments for help. Can these flunkeys from past Liberal governments better his chances of winning the Canadian Federal Election on October 19. 2015?
Sep 29, 2015 - 10:12:42 PM
R.P. BenDedek America Has Been Warned: Your Days Are Numbered
It is highly likely that many readers will be offended by the content and tone of this article. I would therefore suggest that those who cannot tolerate opinions other than their own; cannot tolerate expressions of anger and outrage; cannot tolerate PC defined "racism"; cannot tolerate dissent - should move on and read something else. You have been warned! Some smart mouthed idiots would throw a hissy fit at the questions above and declare 'I don't want my country to be a religious country.' Well that is Ok because factually speaking there are no countries that are Christian Countries because Western Civilization has thrown off the allegiance to religion in favor of secular democratic states. So their choices are "Islamic or Secular State." If they choose the former then they need do nothing. If they really do chose the latter, then they need to start taking an active role in politics.
Sep 25, 2015 - 1:33:11 AM
International Martians Stone Jew to Death
"Crude incendiary devices?" That's a code-word for firebombs. Hadid downplays their significance by labeling them "crude." But even "crude" firebombs can wreak devastation. Evidently Diaa Hadid has forgotten--or prefers to forget--about 11 year-old Ayala Shapira, the passenger in a car driven by her father near Ma'ale Shomron last December. A "crude incendiary device" was thrown by Palestinians at her car. She suffered severe burns to more than 50 percent of her body. Think for a moment about the pain she will endure for years, perhaps decades, to come.
Sep 25, 2015 - 1:00:02 AM
R.P. BenDedek R.P. BenDedek Interview with Beau Sides, author of "Unseen Tears."
Recently I did a quick search for statistics on abandoned babies in China. CCTV had a stat saying that in 2013 10,000 babies were abandoned in China and over 75% of them were disabled. I don't have any current accurate numbers, but I would imagine that as the total population grows there will be more children abandoned. As I mentioned earlier, baby hatches have been established and have been busy with the children they receive. From what I have read, more children were abandoned at the hatches than expected. In contrast to that, not as many couples registered to have a second child, which surprised many including myself... Man, my heart truly goes out to a person without their registration or Hukou in China! I am told that a person in that situation can't enroll in school or be legally employed.
Sep 23, 2015 - 5:50:00 AM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 29
We received only nine publicity emails during the last Five weeks so I guess Google, which has done so much to monopolize the internet advertising market, has been applying pressure to prevent us from receiving publicity material and supplying free publicity to authors. Who knows? But it does seem strange. Because there have been no book baskets we have quite a list of book reviews published since our last basket. We have in fact eight book reviews and five author articles listed in this week's basket. The book releases listed this week include: "To the Sun and Back" By April Awalt; "The Aerie: Air Strip on Weeks Mountain" By Marjorie Irish Randell; "Gullible Travels" By Ronnie Bermann; "Unseen Tears: The Challenges of Orphans and Orphanages in China" by Beau Sides; "Late Bird" by Jason Kraus; "Love on the Rocks: A Positano Tale" By Catie Costa; "It Wasn't Like Nothing: One Marine's Adventure in Vietnam" by Thomas J. Hynes; "Calico Jam" By Joanne Greene and "Order of Merit" by Richard Storry
Sep 18, 2015 - 2:01:00 AM
Kenneth Tellis Canadian Army and Department Defence swept the facts under the rug
Every time I met with my son Louis, he looked very troubled and even his girlfriend told me about it. In all I met Louis about three times after he returned from the Balkans. One day we went to Financial Drive in Mississauga. Louis had a beer and I had a cup of tea. He told me in detail about how he was sodomized by those five soldiers and how the officer in charge treated the whole thing as a joke.
Sep 13, 2015 - 9:30:29 AM
R.P. BenDedek Do mothers kill more children than fathers?
I opened this article by citing the headers to these three articles on Domestic Violence because I came across an article in which Warwick Marsh, the founder of fatherhood foundation Dads4Kids, is quoted as saying: "There's a whole bunch of research that shows when children have an involved father, they're a lot less likely to be violent"..."A statistical reality, as unfortunate as it is, is that more mothers kill children than fathers"
Sep 8, 2015 - 6:45:40 AM
Kenneth Tellis Changing things for the better
A recent program by Professor Hans Rosling of Sweden on the happenings in the third-world countries around our universe, got me thinking about how individuals can all help change the situation for the better. Professor Rosling spoke about the fact that many in Africa are still dealing with issues that are a hold-over from the past, and have no real hope without our input.
Sep 6, 2015 - 4:40:36 AM
Kenneth Tellis The Blame Game against Stephen Harper has gone too far, and this stupidity must stop
Canada cannot spend money that it does not possess to help Syrian or other refugees from Middle Eastern countries. Such action is the purview of nations in the Middle East. If the Syrian refugees and others in the Middle East cannot get any help from the deep pocketed countries like Saudi Arabia, Iran, Kuwait and the Arab Sheikhdoms of the Persian Gulf, all of whom have money to spare, then the blame lies solely on them, because the people requesting aid from Canada are all Muslim Refugees and there should be no bar on Muslims helping Muslims.
Sep 5, 2015 - 12:08:04 AM
R.P. BenDedek Australian Government of the Media, by the Media, for the Media
In an article published today in Australia [Immigration Minister] Mr. Dutton accused Fairfax Media of trying to "bring the government down." He told Sky News: "The reality is that there is a bit of a jihad being conducted by Fairfax [Media] at the moment." Given how Political Correctness is being forced down our throats by the Media in general, and how the media constantly tries to portray Australia as a racist country by ignoring the foundational premise of the Westminster System of Justice, which is that everyone is innocent until proven guilty, I for one see Mainstream Media at best as prostitutes doing whatever it takes to make a quick buck and at worst as traitors willingly involved in the destruction of Democracy.
Sep 1, 2015 - 10:40:09 AM
Kenneth Tellis Oil and Water do not Mix
Oil and Water do not mix any more than Franco-Amerindians and British settlers Canada is in the sorry state it is today because the Franco-Amerindian cannot leave behind their Native American roots. If you really consider Canada's decline you will note that it commenced in the era of Pierre-Elliott Trudeau. You will quickly come to the conclusion that the decline began after Trudeau took power on April 17, 1968. That is when the decline of Canada really began in earnest, yet no one dared speak about it for fear that they would be punished by those in absolute power.
Aug 30, 2015 - 5:00:03 AM
International Ayatollahs consider the US their chief target
The nuclearized Ayatollahs. They conduct hate-America education system, bankroll global anti-US Islamic terrorism, terrorize all pro-US Arab regimes, co-develop nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities with anti-US North Korea, collaborate militarily with anti-US Venezuela, egregiously violate civil liberties and systematically abrogate agreements.... These articles are based on my 40 year experience - as a researcher, diplomat (Ambassador), lecturer, writer and consultant to members of the US Congress and Israel's Knesset - in the areas of Middle East politics, US-Israel relations and US policy in the Middle East:
Aug 30, 2015 - 4:55:07 AM
Kenneth Tellis No one is helping Canada out of recession
At some point all the fun and games of the Wynne regime will come crashing down on the heads of the ignorant masses of Ontario's fun loving people. The masses have been lulled into a mode where all they can think of is contests, parties and so-called cultural affairs. Will they be happy when the time comes to pay off all the bills for their entertainment that Wynne arranged to get their votes?...One only has to watch every day Canadian TV movies to realize the rubbish that is being aired by talentless individuals who direct TV movies and the third-rate actors in them. If you remove SEX from the equation, there would be no movies at all.
Aug 30, 2015 - 4:53:24 AM
R.P. BenDedek The Fine Print in Climate Change Theology
I do hope you forgive me for the facetious way in which the forgoing material was presented, but I think it important that people learn to pay close attention to the wording of allegedly scientific proclamations. Now hang on a second. Did that guy just say that this is not a new phenomenon? Did he really just say that this has happened in the past? I think he did you know, and that is why he says things like 'ice sheets are waking up' and 'a new era of rapid ice loss.' There are two extremely important points listed in the article on rising sea levels. The first is that this is not an unprecedented event in the history of the world. It has happened before - long before all our industrial age man-made carbon gases. The second point is that far from the 'apocalyptic certainty' portrayed in the media, scientists are making observations, guessing, deducing and forecasting events which are totally not predictable.
Aug 27, 2015 - 10:34:01 PM
Kenneth Tellis The news media has taken on the role of a hooker
Just read a newspaper or watch the news and you will come to the conclusion that we never ever get the real news where the news media is concerned, because they like prostitutes have to earn a living and it really does not matter one whit how they do it. Day after day we are given the spin and not the news. Things have gotten a lot worse as the federal election draws near. You can get a call from any party because they want your vote to get in power. So it is not really you that counts but your vote.
Aug 26, 2015 - 6:50:08 AM
Kenneth Tellis The fats in the fire as far as David Petersen's excuse goes for harassment of Ximena Morris
That was proven when he wanted to pass the Joual Language (French Patois) Services Act in 1978. He ordered members of the Liberal Party of Ontario not to come to the Ontario Legislature if they were going to vote against the bill. David thus violated the democratic process and acted like dictator Pierre-Elliott Trudeau, a Kebekois who in his time as Canada's Prime Minister acted like a potentate rather than a Prime Minister, and had the gall to boast about his misuse of power.
Aug 23, 2015 - 7:00:02 AM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 28
This week's Book basket contains links to three author articles but written by only two, and only one link to one book review. "A Matter of Recovery: The Story of C.B. Miller" By Wes Skillings; "All I Can Do is Pray" By Julie Cicora; "The Reaper" by Dominic H. King; "A Spiritual Awakening" By Kayelynn Grayce; "Chrysalis: A Dark and Delicious Diary of Emergence" By Rachelle Chartrand; "Organizational Optimization" by Robert Hutcherson; "Me and the General" By Rosemary Valenti Guarnera; "You Can Be Lucky Like Me" By Dr. Ron Deigh
Aug 12, 2015 - 9:08:30 PM
Kenneth Tellis Removal of special programmes required to create equality in Canada
For there to be any form of equity, all provinces must contribute to a common bank or treasury on their resources, and it must not only apply to Western Canada alone. The writing is on the wall for Kebek to see very clearly. If Kebek so chooses it can leave the federation and go it alone without any advantages. That is the bottom line. The Trudeau era of National Manipulation to grant Kebek all sorts of goodies, in language and other areas is now over. There will no longer be any special treatment for Kebek.
Aug 11, 2015 - 7:09:55 PM
Kenneth Tellis Ontario's mindless liberal leader talks like a raving lunatic
Just imagine a History Major Failure becoming the premier of Canada's largest industrial heartland; a person who has absolutely no idea about fiscal accountability and who assumes that she can spend money as if it were running out of style. During her term as premier, Ontario has gone down the drain economically and yet her spendthrift ways have not altered one bit because she has absolutely no experience in running a government which is accountable to its citizens, and she does not know where the tax dollars are coming from for her next budget. The economy of Ontario is in deep trouble because the Liberal government has been spending money freely without any thought as to where it comes from. In times of economic distress people and governments have to tighten their belts, but not so for present day Liberal Government of Ontario. It hasn't a clue about budgeting and is thus inept.
Aug 10, 2015 - 12:45:11 AM
International Saudi Arabia VS President Obama and Secretary Kerry
The US power projection, which is essential for global stability, is further undermined when President Obama evokes JFK's Test Ban Treaty with the USSR -- an adversarial, nuclear superpower, deterred by MAD - to market the nuclear deal with Iran. The latter is a medium size conventional power, a rogue, non-compliant, apocalyptic regime, induced by MAD, seeking capabilities to devastate "the arrogant, infidel, Great Satan USA." While JFK's policy constrained the bullish policies of the USSR, the Iran nuclear deal fuels the Ayatollah's bullishness, significantly enhancing their financial and military capabilities, thus intensifying global instability.
Aug 9, 2015 - 5:29:23 AM
Kenneth Tellis Canada's Pseudo Bilingualism
But, the present leader of the Liberal Party of Canada opined that he believed in a Canada where the province of Kebek was UNILINGUAL Joual (French patois, while the rest of CANADA was BILINGUAL. Thus, it is quite obvious that Justin Trudeau, while pretending to be open-minded is a RACIST at Heart who believes that his hybrid race of Kebekois are superior to all other Canadians.
Aug 2, 2015 - 7:15:14 AM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 27
There are two links to author articles in this week's book basket as well as links to the two book reviews published by Milt Gross and Martha Stevens-David. Additionally we have publicity material with book cover photographs for ten book releases, which this week are: "The Lemoncholy Life of Annie Aster" by Scott Wilbanks; "The Passion Gene" by Louis de Savy; "Courage, Compassion, Marine: The Unique Story of Jimmie Dyess" By Perry Smith; "World-Class Performance: The Commitment. The Pursuit. The Achievement" By Michael G. Winston; "Our Beguine" by Joel Levin; "The Debaters" by Barth Hoogstraten; "Grace Has a Silent Voice" by Nina Kelly; "Hope for the Nations: Paul's Letter to the Romans (A Corporate Reading)" by Tom Holland; "Devils in Innocence" by Gordon Andrews and "The Beginning" By Michael R. Nardo
Aug 2, 2015 - 7:10:22 AM
Kenneth Tellis If all citizens of a country are equal then none are inferior
We cannot have one province within the Confederation of Canada, be treated as a separate nation with its own laws that openly discriminates against the majority, and yet give those from the minority equal treatment in all the other nine provinces and territories. While all that happened in Kebek at the behest of one a Franco-Amerindian Prime Minister of Canada, one Pierre-E. Trudeau's dream of a Joual-speaking (French patois) nation on June 1974, by Kebek's passage of Bill 22, we have it within our power to reject that illegal law, which violates the British North America Act of July 1, 1867 in its entirety.
Jul 29, 2015 - 4:40:38 AM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 26
This week's book basket includes the link to one article by author Patrick J. Fornari, and two links to book reviews by Milt Gross and Martha Stevens-David. The basket naturally includes the publicity material including book cover photos for ten books. These are: "The Inward Outlook" by Laura Basha, PhD; "The Valentine Children's Summer Adventures" by Dianne Sibeal Donahoe; "There Is Hope" By Suzanne Tyler; "Endless Waves: A Story of Grace" by Nancy Kruitof O'Farrell; "Buzz Kill" by William Goodspeed; "The Heroin Heroin" by Mindy Miralia; "Origin of the Centred Self" by Glenda Jackson; "A Dark Hole" by Charlotte Pritchard; "From Happiness to Tragedy; to Bliss on the Borderline" by Nicholas E. Cleveland and "The Abominations of the Obama-Nation" By Betty Sue Prollock
Jul 26, 2015 - 8:45:49 AM
Kenneth Tellis Letter to the Prime Minister July 22,2015
Dear Mr. Prime Minister, I really am appalled by the way the premiers of Canada's province handle out taxes, without a care as to where the money came from. In Ontario we have a spendthrift Liberal government, run by a History Major FAILURE who has absolutely no idea about fiscal restraints whatsoever, and is under the impression that money grows on trees. And every time one sees this self-aggrandizement by Wynne on to, promoting herself as an example to follow, the people of Ontario are being takin for a ride in her self-promotion and how much it costs them, when that money could well be used to help alleviate the shortages in the various programmes that need funding to ease the load that she has put on their backs.
Jul 22, 2015 - 12:35:15 PM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 25
In this week's Book Basket we have the link to one Author Article by Patrick Fornari and the links to Five (5) Book reviews published by some of our book reviewers. As usual we have the publicity material for a variety of new and reasonably new book releases, which this week are: "The Baker Boys" By Clinton mhic Aonghais (McInnes); "Men Can Wear Dresses Too" by Catie Maye; "Book Business Planning for Small Business" by Warren Harmer; "Fight For Your Dream" by Elaine H. Sharp; "Tomorrow I'm Dead: A Memoir" by Bun Yom; "Imagine" by Robert Beedham; "God: Accused or Defended?: Solving the Unsolvable Paradox" By Larry E. Ford; "Learning about Sex Series" Concordia Publishing House; "Walking With Herb: A Spiritual Golfing Journey to the Masters" by Joe Bullock and "Evangelicals Around the World: A Global Handbook for the 21st Century" Edited by B. C. Stiller, Dr. T. Johnson, Dr. M. Hutchinson, and K. Stiller
Jul 19, 2015 - 6:37:23 AM
R.P. BenDedek The Real Reason Why I Cannot Support RECLAIM Australia
Recently there was a lot of publicity given to violence that erupted in several cities in Australia when "Reclaim Australia" protestors clashed with angry counter protestors who accused "Reclaim Australia" of being racists. "Reclaim Australia" protests were clearly an attack on Muslims and Muslim Communities in Australia. As an Australian I get tired of that tired old line constantly appearing in both domestic and foreign press claiming that Australia is a racist country. As the counter protestors have clearly demonstrated, the Australian people have risen up to declare that they are not racist and that they will not permit racism in Australia.
Jul 17, 2015 - 10:40:15 AM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 24
In this week's basket we have the link to an Author Interview conducted by Laure McCourt Lopez; five author articles, and four book reviews. And of course we have a selection of recently released books. These include: "Journey Beyond Hardship: A Practical, Hopeful Guide for Getting Through Tough Times" By Greg Pacini; "Interview With Your Self" by Mercedes Tur Escriva; "A Detail of History" Arek Hersh; "A World War I Adventure" By House of Harkness; "Aging Wisely" By Viola Mecke; "Fear the Silence" by Iain Cameron; "Incoming" by Vic Amato; "Where is Robert? A Mother's Heartrending Journey" by Russell W. Moore; "Quest of a Bipolar Soldier" by Winston K. Redman and "Forward Pass" by Desiree Holt
Jul 14, 2015 - 6:55:30 AM
Kenneth Tellis The reality of government today belies its true intent, because it wallows in absolute corruption
Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one. Government like dress, is the badge of lost innocent; the palaces of kings are built upon the ruins of the bowers of paradise. These stirring words were written by Thomas Paine in his book, Common Sense in 1776, and are just as valid today as they were then. And then follow this with the quote below: ''Lay then the axe to the root, and teach governments humanity. It is their sanguinary punishments which corrupt mankind."
Jul 8, 2015 - 11:43:03 PM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 23
In this week's book basket we have only one book review listed and no author articles. There are however ten books listed accompanied by book cover photos and publicity material. These are: "Spirit Training" by Dr. William L. Conwill; "Tying Down The Lion" by Joanna Campbell; "Big Bang Problems: How the Universe Began" by Bobby McGehee; "An Invitation to Think and Feel Differently in the New Millenium" by Professor Harry Bury; "Murder Now and Then: 1919 to 2019 Murder Mystery" by Diana Jackson; "Until We Meet Again" By Thomas Toren; "Travels with King Kong: Overland Across Africa" by James Henderson; "Too Many Assassins" by Kevin Ramsey; "The ALTA Project" by David Chen, M.D. and "The ABC's to Starting at a California Community College" by Dr. Bertha Barraza
Jul 8, 2015 - 11:03:21 PM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No 22
We have links to Three Book Reviews and Two Author Articles in this week's book basket as well as the publicity material for 12 book releases. These books are: "Ordinary Evil" by Gene Ferraro; "Retribution (Col Sec series Book 4)" by Jan Domagala; "New Beginnings" by J. Gawlik; "Precocious" by V Leigh; "The Cosmic Microwave Background: How It Changed Our Understanding of the Universe" by Dr Rhodri Evans; "Death of a Mill Girl" by Clyde Linsley; "Petronella and the Janjilons" by Cheryl Bentley; "The Whispering Voice" Dr. Maduka, Sunny Oby; "Spaniels Rock" by Andrea Bryant; "The Lean Product Playbook" by Dan Olsen; "The Chateau" by Irene Taylor and "Black Witch" By Steve Scott
Jun 26, 2015 - 11:05:33 PM
Kenneth Tellis Legacy of Father Edward Flanagan Boy's Town Omaha, Nebraska
On June 21st the world celebrates Father's Day, and yet, I have no memories to remember it as being any different to all the other days of the year. I have two children who will not be there, by choice, because they have been emotionally poisoned, but that is the story of life itself. I have no regrets for having lived as an honest hardworking father, who cared for his family more than himself.
Jun 19, 2015 - 9:05:25 PM
R.P. BenDedek Magic CIty Book Basket 2015 No. 21
In this week's Book Basket is provided the link to the one book review published this week and two links to the articles that book authors submitted for publication. Additionally we have a total of 12 books listed with accompanying publicity material. These books are: "Life Savers" by Tunde Alaofin; "My Journey: West Virginia to Korea and Back to WVU" by Jack Elbon; "Power of Pronouncing Blessing" by Georgina Boye; "Justin and the First Amendment" By Verna Safran; "The Executioner" by Artie McFerrin; "Night of All Evil" by J.M. Shorney; "The Bugs Doctor with a Passion for Music" by Emmanuel Ndawula; "Idolatry of Blood: Religion for a Post-Modern World" by Frederic Zurcher; "AKs and Lollipops - Inside The Syrian Conflict" by Paddy Vipond; "Master Your Brain: Training Your Mind for Success in Life" by Phillip Adcock; "The Reluctant Warrior: An American Airman's Story" by Barry Rickson and "God Does No Wrong" By Jan Wooden Howse
Jun 19, 2015 - 9:00:22 PM
Kenneth Tellis Kebekois Youth found guilty of killing Cuban-born girl
Such was the case of 18-year old unarmed Honduran immigrant Fredy Villanueva, who was shot in cold blood by a Montreal Urban Community Policewoman, and justice was pushed to the sidelines by the courts to protect the guilty, since they were Kebekois. These people and sycophants in Kebekois society have made the halls of justice a laughing stock by having the gall to accuse South Africans of apartheid crimes.
Jun 15, 2015 - 9:29:28 AM
R.P. BenDedek Magic City Book Basket 2015 No. 20
This week's book basket contains links to two author articles published this week at Magic city, as well as the header for a book review written by Milt Gross. Naturally there is publicity material for book releases. This week there are 11 of them. They are: "Charlie's Cream Tea" by Victoria Hart; "Adventures of The Great Marlo & The Blue Pearl" by Gary Markwick; "A Touch of the Underworld" by Dr. David Trucker; "God is NOT Happy" by Flo Taber-Brown; "A More Christlike God" By Brad Jersak; "An Unconventional Leader" by Neill Wallace; "The Tree of Young Dreamers" By Frank Sousa; "Much Ado About Shakespeare" by Jimmy Hartley; "Spirits In The Classroom - A True Story Of A Teacher's Adventures From Beyond" by Jonny Angels; "The Curious Autobiography of Elaine Jakes" by H.R. Jakes and "STABLE: The Keys to Heaven on Earth" by April Michelle Lewis
Jun 12, 2015 - 7:50:35 AM
Kenneth Tellis The so-called French TRICOLOUR is a flag that represents three nations not one
The French kings always called themselves kings of France and Switzerland. After her marriage to the Dauphin Mary came up with the idea of designing a flag for the day when she would be Queen of Scotland, Switzerland and France, The BLUE was for Scotland, the White was for Switzerland, and the RED was for France. Thus the pattern that she chose was the present day French Tricolour (Flag), but history was to change all that when the Dauphin went to his grave, before ever becoming King of France, and so the Tricolour flag was shelved in the French palace.
Jun 9, 2015 - 4:53:28 AM
Kenneth Tellis Terms that are meaningless today
In the early days of French settlement in North America and the foundation of New France began, there was a way for people to claim being French by word DE SOUCHE, or old stock being only of French background. After this came the term PURE LAINE, pure wool or true blue, of dyed in the wool, as opposed to those who were born in New France and those whose backgrounds were of mixed origins.
Jun 7, 2015 - 3:22:43 AM