Remembering Covid: A letter to the editors of the Wall Street Journal

A couple of weeks ago, there was an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, where the author wrote about the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, and how most of the world forgot it when the pandemic petered out and life returned to normal.  I begged to differ at the time, but thought little of it afterwords. …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #234: Messages

In Japan, the word Kanban means "sign", and those companies who use the Toyota Production System of just-in-time inventory control see and use a lot of Kanbans.  I just started a new job at a Japanese-owned company, and I saw a sign in the Ladies restroom which I had not ever seen before.  It took …

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New Dispatch from the Seattle Cesspool

Yes, it's that time again.  Time for a news roundup of what's going on in the dystopia that Seattle and environs are becoming.  Contributed to by the perverse state law that prohibits police pursuit of fleeing vehicles, which results in hundreds more stolen cars, and criminals allowed to get away. First, we have the case …

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Some Memes that caught my eye and made me laugh

A big shout-out to Joe at PoliticallyIncorrectHumor.com.  He makes me think, and laugh, every day.  You should sign up for his daily newsletter. The DemocRats do have one advantage-they stick together.  When one of them is slandered, the party gets behind him or her and supports them.  We should do the same, or they will …

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Safety “Concerns” with Covid Jab

If you have been awake lately, you might have noticed a number of news stories about young people dying suddenly.  You see stories about fit athletes having heart attacks, strokes, and cardiac arrest, which are normally extremely rare.  However, since early 2021, when the mRNA Covid shots were released all over the world by various …

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Guest Author: Robert Barnes on the Managerial Class

Readers:  Today I present to you, Robert Barnes, a rather famous defense attorney, introduced to me by my husband.  Mr. Barnes and David Freiheit of Canada, have a very successful Locals channel (VivaBarnesLaw.Locals.com), where they do live-streams discussing the issues of the day, and interviews with some of the most newsworthy patriots in America.  Just …

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Happy and Sad at the same time: Rush Limbaugh’s Birthday

On January 12, 1951, Rush Limbaugh was born in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.  He would grow up to be the most famous, consequential radio personality of the 20th and 21st centuries-not bad for a guy who hated school, didn't graduate from college, and got fired from his early jobs many times.  As he always said, he …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #231: Favorite Photos of 2022

Unlike Tina, we had no problems with Covid restrictions last year, so we traveled when and where we wanted to.  In April we drove to Colorado and back for a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar.  It was a wonderful springtime trip, and we traversed numerous mountain ranges on the way, starting with the Cascades in …

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Happy New Year? New WA laws take effect, reducing Liberty for all.

Most states have new laws which take effect in January.  California has a new law preventing its doctors from disagreeing with the medical establishment, on pain of losing their licenses.  Here are some of the wonderful new laws taking effect in Washington. The statewide minimum wage rises to $15.74/hour, and this applies all across the …

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Good Riddance to 2022, Year-end Review

I thought that 2021 was the worst year, the first of the reign of the dementia-plagued, America-hating, lying Joe Biden.  But I was wrong. 2022 turned out to be as bad, or worse.  It is depressing, knowing that the elites who run our formerly-strong and free country are doing their best to tear it down. …

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