Lens-artists Photo Challenge #143-Colorful Spring

I got lucky, having been born in April, just when the flowers are blooming, temperatures are slowly warming, and the chorus frogs are in full voice in the pond across the street.  Our backyard is starting to look more like a garden and less like a bare field.  The birds are back at our feeders, …

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I’ll bet you didn’t know we were so powerful.

In the State of Washington, our Dictator, Jay Inslee (AKA Dimslee) is concerned that Covid "cases" are rising so quickly that he might be "forced" to move three counties from his arbitrary "Phase 3" back to his arbitrary "Phase 2" restrictions next week. Now, as I recall, a Virus is so small that, not only …

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Priceless, but expected: minority groups fighting each other for goodies

One of the characteristics of a party like today's DemocRats is, it is made up of a loose agglomeration of interest groups (in this case, victim groups), who ostensibly favor the same welfare-state policies.  Much of the time, however, they compete against each other in the scrum for favors. Today, there is an excellent story …

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Changing America: The World is Noticing

The article below is copied in its entirety from a post on Ricochet.com Member Feed, by Ricochet member Front Seat Cat.  With permission.  Spread this news to anyone you know, America is in grave peril. ~~~~~~~~~~ “The Europeanized USA” by Dr. Alex Joffe, published at the BESA Institute, is worth your time. This story sums up, …

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Ireland’s state of Total Lockdown

A lady whose blog I follow lives in Ireland, and she often writes about how sad she is that her country has been basically locked down for over a year, to supposedly "fight the Wuhan Coronavirus".  She often posts beautiful pictures of her area, Tramore, which does have lovely ocean vistas (and makes me want …

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We answer to a higher power

...implied the Polish pastor of a church in Canada.  The occasion was Easter weekend, and the brave pastor's church was invaded by Health Nazis.  This is a cheering story of resistance to the Covid-enforcers, who have deemed themselves guardians of "public health" all over the world.  I applaud the courage of Pastor Artur Pawlowski.  Those …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #142: April Foolin’

Today's challenge is a "You pick it", and being that it's April 4th, I decided to make my post about April.  April is the first full month of Spring, and the lengthening days bring out so much new growth in all the plants around us, you can't help but notice.  For me, the most important …

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Some of the people in Seattle seem to be waking up to the homeless problem-Updated

They are starting to see that the huge problem of homeless camps in every Seattle park is not really the homeless themselves, but the City Government which they elected. The public schools in Seattle have been mostly closed for over a year now, due to the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic, and the Teachers Union refusing to …

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