Objective Effects of Defunding the Police (in addition to shutting down cities due to Wuhan Coronavirus)

Ever since George Floyd, a career criminal, was allegedly killed by police in Minneapolis, many voices raised in rage have called for defunding the police. Those voices, including and led by Black Lives Matter (a Marxist organization), have opined that police are, by their very nature, racist, and should be disbanded (this was on the …

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He said it better than I could: Guest Commentator on What a Biden Administration might look like.

My friend Jim over at Ricochet.com has compiled an excellent list of DemocRat Party policies might go into effect if Influence-peddler Joe Biden wins the presidency next week.  All in one place.  Read these, and see if you still want Biden in the White House. Democrats support a policy for 100 trillion dollars spent on useless …

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Let’s Play “Demoralize the Population”

First, you have the Washington state governor, who has been Ruling by Decree since March, say that "Outdoor Sports Will now Be Allowed, With Restrictions". Then, after reciting all the restrictions, you publish a statement by an All-Powerful Medical Expert: Dr. Jonathan Drezner, director of the UW Medicine Center for Sports Cardiology and a team …

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A Little Help for America

This afternoon, in Washington DC, Judge Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed as the newest Justice on the Supreme Court.  In the vote in the Senate, all of the DemocRat members acted like little babies, throwing a temper tantrum. The majority of them refused to be in the room for the vote, and the ones who …

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The Mask Slips on Seattle Homeless Mitigation Plans

In Seattle, the City Council passed, over the Mayor's veto, a bill to reduce the budget of the police department.  Included in this bill was a provision to eliminate the Navigation Team (wherever did they get that name?  It says zero about what the team actually does.) that has been doing (ineffective) outreach to the …

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Washington State (Seattle) Supreme Court confirms that “all your money belongs to us”.

In a unanimous ruling, the state/Seattle Supreme Court declared Tim Eyman's $30 car-tab initiative that passed last year to be unconstitutional.  The reason? "More than one subject". The judges' ruling Thursday is a victory for a coalition of cities, King County and Garfield County's transit agency, which had sued saying it would eviscerate funds they …

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Is this the future of classical music performance?

The reaction of governments and their subjects to the Wuhan Coronavirus have been very depressing, in all ways.  Few performing arts groups have been holding performances with any audience, for fear of spreading the deadly (0.13% mortality-rate, similar to seasonal flu) virus.  Entire economies locked down by government edict, small businesses and their owners ruined, …

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Lens-Artists Challenge #118: Communication

Today's Photo Challenge might be a downer, compared to the other posts that I have been reading.  My apologies, but the examples of communication below are what I have been noticing around me since about February of this year.  The Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic has adversely affected pretty much everyone in the world.  Countries, especially in …

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Interesting…Very Interesting…World Health Organization comes out Against Lockdowns to “fight Coronavirus”

I was alerted to this new (?) stance by the All-Powerful World Health Organization, warning countries NOT to lock down their economies to fight the Wuhan Coronavirus.  Funny, when I checked, the WHO first indicated that lockdowns are a bad idea, way back in May!  Yes, that's in MAY!! Funny, in April, the WHO was …

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Damn You, Jay Inslee, Round Two

The title of the KOMO story is "State has Fined 11 Businesses over Covid-19 Mask Mandate. In my opinion, this is pure, unadulterated EVIL.  Here is a quote from the article: The state Department of Labor & Industries said Wednesday in a news release that Mail Express Business Center in Enumclaw got the largest fine …

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