Conservatives have more to be thankful for than you might think


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Hey there, Bullets Fans –

First of all – a HUGE Happy Thanksgiving to each and every one of you. I pray that you all have a wonderful time with family members, eating great food, and making even better memories.

Thanks for tuning in on a holiday when the markets are closed. I’ve still got some great news to go over with you, but you’re going to get a break – I’m only sending out one newsletter today.

And, in the spirit of getting ready for what will likely be heated discussions around the Frost family Thanksgiving table, I’m practicing NOT going in 100% on politics. So, hopefully, you guys don’t mind being my guinea pigs and getting a dose of news and headlines you probably wouldn’t expect to see from me.

So, I hope you enjoy!

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Now, without any further ado, let’s dig in…

Say so long to The Office

Image Source: TVWeb

Well, I might have been a little misleading with my intro. Because this one is starting off on a low note.

But, at least it’s not political, right?

When you’re done binging on your turkey and pumpkin pie, you might want to set aside some extra time over the coming weeks to binge all of your favorite episodes of the office.

Because as of December 31, The Office will no longer be streaming on Netflix.

If you stuck around after the last time everybody bailed over Cuties, this could be the final straw.

I know it is for the Frost family.

More News For Conservatives…

This may be the most unusual stock you’ll ever see

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Perfect Stock Caught Trading Under Secret Name

This is just bizarre…

We have just uncovered perhaps the most unusual stock we’ve ever seen.

It’s expected to see massive revenue in 2020 – $100 billion.

The company holds over 29,000 patents in the U.S.

It pays an enormous dividend.

And yet…

It’s ultra-cheap – less than $3.

Rocky, the tiny owl rescued from the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree

Image Source: Ravensbeard Wildlife Center

Since it’s Thanksgiving and I’m adopting an attitude of gratitude and warmth of spirit, today I decided to share a feel-good story.

Because we can all use a little more good news.

And in this story, Rocky, the tiny owl that captured the hearts of Americans from coast to coast, makes her return back to the wild.

It has now been two days since Rocky took flight and made her way back home.

“Rocky’s release was a success!” the center said in a Facebook post on Tuesday. “She is a tough little bird and we’re happy to see her back in her natural habitat.”

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Author: Fredrick Frost

Fedrick Frost is the Editor-in-Chief of Morning Bullets. He mainly writes about Politics, The Economy and breaking news. With over 35 years in jounralism he has been influential in helping the morning bullets newsletter readers be informed every morning.