Dispatch from the People’s Cesspool of Seattle-Updated

Welcome, once again, to the Cesspool that Seattle (formerly the Emerald City) has become.  On the "Homeless" front, we have two stories today.  First: Seattle to set up homeless shelters in Downtown and Belltown hotels.  Seattle is spending their taxpayers' money to house their increasingly large homeless population in hotels.  I wonder whether that will …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #135: A glimpse into my (snowy) world!

Yippee!  Snow!!  Here in the Pacific Northwest, we have been hearing for a couple of weeks that snow was in the forecast.  They kept pushing the date back, however, which is pretty normal around here.  Last night, around midnight, it did start to snow, and we awoke this morning to see the white stuff falling …

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Headlines from the Peoples State of Washington: the good, the bad, and the ridiculous

I live now in a One-Party State, with all parts of the government controlled, by large margins, by the Democrat Party (elected by the population of the Seattle area, much to the dismay of Eastern Washington with its lower population).  The State has been in a Wuhan Coronavirus Mask Mandate situation since July of 2020. …

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Journalistic Malpractice? Story on Student Suicides correlated to School closures

There is a story on the Web site of KOMO News in Seattle, about the increase in suicides of young people kept at home by school closures "due to Wuhan Coronavirus".  For nearly a full year now, youngsters from kindergarten through college-age have not been allowed to go to school.  Most cities immediately closed all …

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Stealth Tyranny

Did you know that eight states are pushing legislation to make it mandatory for all public high-school seniors to fill out the Federal Financial-Aid form or they don't graduate?  That form, known as "Fafsa", is the application for federal grants and loans that all students applying for college are required to complete, since the Obama …

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Not wasting any time, are they? 17 Executive Orders on Day One of B**** presidency

We all knew that the New Regime would work quickly to "cancel" the Trump Administration's actions on behalf of the American People.  Here is what has been released today, January 20, 2021, before Day One is over.  And this is only the beginning.   I have added "cui bono" reaction (who benefits) in blue.  Issues …

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Guest Author: Hammer, The.. From Ricochet, the definitive argument about Covid Tyranny

Today's guest author is a friend of mine, who lives in the same state that I do.  I always appreciate his posts, and this one is entitled "Shifting the Conversation Around Covid". Over the past year or so, I have found myself disillusioned with respect to deference I once granted to a great many conservative …

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We the 75 Million will not abandon President Donald Trump

Regardless of all the vote fraud that denied our President a second term, and regardless of all the DemocRat knives already out for us, we will not abandon President Trump and all that he stands for. We love America and its founders, and the founding principles upon which they began the Greatest Nation on God's …

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Calling out the Wall Street Journal

I have been a subscriber to the Wall Street Journal, both print and online editions since 1991.  In the past week, I have come to doubt their editorial and news policies.  We have been reminded that the News and Editorial parts of the Journal are entirely separate, and mostly that has been true.  Since the …

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After 30 years, parting ways with the Institute for Supply Management

In 1990, I made a major career change, after being a hospital pharmacy technician for ten years.  It took me some time to decide what I wanted to be when I grew up, but I decided to go into the field of industrial Purchasing, and enrolled in a community college with a 2-year degree in …

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