Bowdens Last Story

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10 Responses

  1. Nonnie says:

    I read it earlier today and it only confirmed how truly evil our governments are and how people will do anything for money. Such a tragic story.

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you, Nonnie…it is a horrific tale.
    The question is, what do we do with what we know?
    Thanks again for reading…and for being here.

  3. Nonnie says:

    I don’t think the ways of the world can improve. What can we do….”To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.”

  4. Surfer51 says:

    Those in the high cotton of mahogany row do not like Truthtellers. In recent years journalist have come under attack because they have the skill and ability to pull back the curtain of OZ like Toto did.

    Journalist regard not the possible consequences as they push forward in their task of unraveling the layers of duplicity and subterfuge.

    Putting themselves in crosshairs of harms way. Chuck Bowden lived to bring to the light truth and searched out the relevant facts.

    He was indeed a Journalist.

  5. I read the first two chapters and I’m not sure I can finish it, at least not right now. 🙁 The more I read, the more I can tell my blood pressure is going up. I need to stop because I’m not home at the moment and still need to drive. The writing intrigues me, so it’s hard to stop, but my body and emotions can’t take anymore. Maranatha.

  6. Anne says:

    You and Nonnie have done better than I have, Cap’n. Made it through Molloy’s intro last night and Part 1 earlier today. Started wishing there was a way to go back, waay back to my day’s of blissful ignorance about so many things.

    “You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.”
    ―Morpheus to Neo in The Matrix

  7. Surfer51 says:

    Anne,
    Your stock just went way up on my exchange 🙂

  8. jlo says:

    I’ll find the right time over the weekend. Won’t be able to function if I read it now.

  9. Em says:

    we live on the edge of mountain wilderness, on the river road that takes the hikers, the 4 wheelers and the snowmobilers to their foot treks and their roaring seated thrill rides… we see them from our house as they drive past hauling their toys and we see other cars and pick-ups, too… car loads of “short brown people.” that we know are not out for a day’s hike in their expensive REI gear… there are some gardens that need tending, perhaps…
    now that our state has legalized growing pot, there isn’t much gardening going on up there as we seldom see those carloads of “agricultural workers” and at the entrance to our river road we have a pot farm – the local paper introduced us to our new neighbor, the son of an orchardist… says he’s never used the stuff, but the opportunity to cash in on the now legal crop is promising to be very rewarding… some of us find that very offensive – dunno why….

  10. Em says:

    my #9 should have been clearer… i’m not equating what Bowden has so eloquently laid out before his readers, with the pot growing in our area… but the older i get, the clearer i see that money begets evil

    For the record, i too go out to the paddock,lean on the fence, watch the horses and talk to them and God – now i will remember to pray for an end to the madness that Bowden and Michael, too, try to keep us informed of… even tho i don’t want to think about such things

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