Welcome to Joe Biden’s (and Bernie Sanders’s) America

Good morning/afternoon everyone.  This morning, this is what we woke up to on this fine Monday morning in May. Colonial Pipeline taken down in massive cyber-attack.  Might be an act of War.  State of Emergency declared, gas prices to skyrocket.  Attack attributed to Russian hackers.  This one is not a hoax. Middle East explodes, as …

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There is one good thing to come out of the draconian Health Nazi Covid rules

That one thing is the new concept of the "Virtual Annual Shareholder Meeting", now required by most companies, as their local rules forbid large gatherings.  In the past, I could only attend the annual meeting of one of the companies whose stock I own, and that company is headquartered in my area.  I thoroughly enjoyed …

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Nashville Trip: Hillsdale National Leadership Seminar, and a taste of Liberty

Last week, we flew to Nashville (see Photo Challenge post for flight pictures), for a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar, entitled "Educating for National Leadership".  Now, we are longtime supporters of Hillsdale, and we always look forward to these two-day seminars which include dinner, lunch, a reception, and a range of nationally-recognized speakers.  We combined …

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It’s all in how you look at it, or whom you talk to. Police officers in Seattle are refused service.

Last week, there was a story in the news, carried by two publications. I read both stories, and was amazed at how different the perspectives were, at the two outlets. The subject of the stories was a Seattle chocolate shop, and how an employee refused service to a police officer. Both publications got the facts …

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Over the mountains and through the snow…

To Leavenworth, Washington's Bavarian Village we go!  Last Sunday, which was bright and sunny, on a whim we got into our car and drove over the Cascade Mountains in US Highway 2, to our favorite "day trip" destination.  Hubby's Accordion Celebration, normally held on the third weekend in June will be virtual again this year, …

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Confirmed: Electric cars are a Creature of Government (and environmental wackos)

The Environmental Wackos came first. They believe that human actions are causing the climate of our planet to become warmer (even though there is very little hard evidence that what increasing temperature there is, is actually caused by human actions). The Environmental Wackos believe that humans are throwing into the atmosphere of Earth too much …

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Diversity…Divides

Do you remember the "motto" of the United States of America?  It it printed on the US Dollar bill.  It is: E Pluribus Unum The US motto is in a language that most people don't know any more, which is Latin.  It means "Out of Many, One". That means that every Citizen of the United …

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Hey, YouTube! Don’t Be Evil. STOP the censorship!

Most of us are well aware that YouTube, its parent, Google, and other Big Tech companies have been quite blatant about their censorship of non-leftist voices.  Those voices include doctors, scientists, and politicians who don't toe the Leftist, Government-approved line.  An especially egregious example of this censorship took place recently.  An op-ed in the Wall …

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