These Virginia “educators” aren’t teachers, they are Tyrants

In one of his first acts as the new governor of Virginia, Glenn Youngkin issued an executive order giving Parents control over whether their children are required to wear a dehumanizing mask in school.  School teachers (drunk with the power of their union) couldn't have that.  In private messages, many teachers have issued various threats …

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Praise for “Davis Nation” on Locals

Kira Davis has been on my radar for a long time.  When I started this blog in 2010, her site was one of the first links in my sidebar (and remains today).  Last year, I joined Locals.com, after hearing that she had a presence there.  Locals works on a pay-to-play basis; you can follow people, …

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A note to the bumbling incompetent “doctor” who runs the CDC: It’s NOT the messaging!

To Rochelle Walensky, who thinks the reason she's so ignored is that the messaging from her agency is not consistent: It's not the messaging, lady, it's the MESSAGE.  I read in a Wall Street Journal article today that Walensky is being "coached by a media consultant"!!!  I laughed out loud when I read that.  Especially …

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Sunday Stills Monthly Color Challenge: #White

White isn't a color, it's the sum of all colors.  These days, white gets the ultimate bad rap, due to the fact of the Black Lives Matter Marxists denigrating all white people, and demanding that they be crushed.  But if white is the sum of all colors, shouldn't white be seen as the best?  The …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #182: Interesting Objects

This week, I'll be starting at home, to capture some interesting objects around me.  The first one is an empty bottle.  Now, the bottle itself is unremarkable, a simple screw-top container.  It's the labels on the bottle, which describe the contents, that make it interesting.  A few years ago, a coworker of my husband came …

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How’s this for “you take the risk, we reap the rewards”?

Some companies are offering incentives for their employees to take the experimental CCP Virus vaccine booster shots.  Many companies already have vaccine mandates for their office and factory workers, and some have lost employees who quit rather than be vaccinated.  One company I read about today is offering a very peculiar "incentive" for their employees …

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I reject the Metaverse

Big Tech has deemed that the future is in the so-called "metaverse".  This is a virtual world, where people are supposed to be living and interacting with others, as avatars.  In fact, the biggest of "big tech", formerly known as Facebook, has gone so far as to change its corporate identity to Meta Platforms.  This …

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Communist China’s Central Planners Stumped?

The most salient characteristic of communism is the government ownership and control of the means of production.  This signifies that private ownership of businesses is rare, or absent entirely.  And the economy is not the only feature of a society that communist governments seek to control.  The press, education, religion (if it is allowed at …

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Great Covid-vaccine Memes

For a while now, my buddy Joe Messerli at PoliticallyIncorrectHumor.com has been posting a bunch of really wonderful vaccine/vaccination memes.  They are especially relevant about now, as the number of new infections with the so-called "Omicron variant" has risen all across America, among the vaccinated and the shunned non-vaccinated alike.  Here are some of my favorites. …

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The Washington State Straitjacket tightened on January 1.

Many new laws took effect in Washington State on January 1. All of them restrict the liberty of individuals and businesses in our state.  The first Income Tax (unconstitutional) will take effect, in the form of a “capital gains tax” on gains over $250,000.  The new law is in litigation now, but the state will …

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