Do you live in San Francisco? Did you vote for the new DA?

The new DA for San Francisco is a guy named Chesa Boudin.  Mr. Boudin happens to be the son of a pair of Terrorists, David Gilbert and Kathy Boudin.  His parents participated in an armed robbery of a Brinks truck in 1981, which led to the murders of two Nyack, NY policemen and a Brinks …

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A quick note to Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders (who seem to be ignorant of basic economics)

Warren and Sanders are picking a big fight with Amazon.com over its supposed low level of income tax payments to their government.  The two senators are fighting, along with the majority of their Leftist colleagues, to raise the tax rate on big companies, so they will "pay their fair share" into government coffers. However, basic economics …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #141: Geometry

Nature designed the world geometrically.  We just build on that natural geometry.  However, Nature doesn't use very many absolutely straight lines, so one way to spot a man-made structure is to check for straight lines.  Just a few weeks ago, on one of our day trips up to the Skagit Valley, I happened upon a …

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The expected humanitarian crisis on the US Southern Border

If you voted for the elderly, dementia-plagued Joe Biden, you are partially responsible for the horrific unfolding humanitarian crisis on our Southern border with Mexico.  It is widely known that the DemocRat party intended to throw the border wide open, so all those new voters could cross unimpeded.  Today, everyone is aware of how that …

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A big shout-out to the Digital Goddess, Kim Komando

Yes, that's her real name! At her Web site, Kim discusses all things digital. And you can see that she really does resemble her nickname! Today, I am thanking Kim from the bottom of my aging heart. When I first discovered her radio show, in the early 2000s, I subscribed to her weekly newsletters. In …

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Seattle being ruined by its own actions, and by the Health Nazis

All the stories courtesy of the KOMO-Seattle Web site. Let's start with the ever-growing homelessness crisis in the city.  Seattle has a policy, when dealing with homeless people (or, in their ridiculous phrasing "people experiencing homelessness"), to offer them services, but never require them to accept those services.  Of course, the vast majority of Seattle's …

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Yippee!! I finished it!!

That would be Andrew Roberts's book, Winston Churchill, Walking With Destiny, all 964 pages of it.  All 964 thin, single-spaced pages.  I figure it took me about six months to read it, in fits and starts.  It lives on my bedside table, right where I can see it, so I just decided to push on through. …

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Will there ever be real Good News regarding the Wuhan Coronavirus?

It seems to me that, whenever you see a headline in the "Press" about Wuhan Coronavirus restrictions on the productive economy, there is always, ALWAYS a catch.  Those who wish to control the population and rule by decree forever, appear to always find something to be wary or fearful about.  Hey, People, Washington is now …

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Some information, and helpful advice for my Asian-American friends

By now, most everyone is familiar with the tragic shootings in Atlanta last week.  An obviously mentally-ill young man, who was worried that the massage parlors he hit were contributing to his "sex addiction", went to more than one such business in the Atlanta area, and killed eight employees, most of whom were of Asian …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #140: Change of Scenery

My readers will have seen my previous posts on trips to Uwajimaya, our local Asian grocery store.  On previous trips, I just took photos of the vegetables, which the store arranges meticulously so they are very photogenic.  Just today, my husband needed to restock his Udon noodles, so I went along to get a change …

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