YMCA Cleanup Day a “Great Success “

The past year and a half have presented a great deal of challenges for all of us. It is no different for non-profit and commercial businesses alike. As the world went into lock down, the needs did not stop. Groups like the YMCA and others experienced a lack of volunteers and events. The people and […]

Down The Rabbit Hole One More Time

The past several days have developed in such a way that time to reflect on what really matters has been uninhibited. The lack of digital noise can really make a difference you know. We understand our good Village Manager, Howard Brown has been down as well with some of the same type of focus-oriented opportunities. […]

America Rewritten

The Constitution of the United States established the American form of government and radically changed the ideas of where the rights of citizens originate. It’s founded on the idea that the role of government is to protect God-given rights. Yet now, the doctrine that constitutes America is under assault. Freedom of speech is being worn […]

Save our small country town

LETTER TO THE EDITOR ALSO SENT TO Indiantown Village Council (From Mr.  John Pasquale) Dear Village Council members, Zoning Board , Althea Jefferson and Howard Brown: I congratulate you on the award from the Florida League of Cities. I know you are all working hard and I remind you with a quote from the 2002 […]

Am I the Only One?

[Verse 1] Am I the only one, here tonight Shakin’ my head and thinkin’ somethin’ ain’t right Is it just me? Am I losin’ my mind? Am I standin’ on the edge of the end of time? [Verse 2] Am I the only one? Tell me I’m not Who thinks they’re takin’ all the good […]

A Prayer for Freedom

Originally posted on Eric D. Miller:
For a free man the ultimate act of freedom is to break the chains that bind him. And those chains are not physical and won’t be found binding his wrists or ankles, but rather they are imposed upon his mind and life. Freedom, true freedom, can only begin when…