Kids today…not informed about Socialism

Kids today are not educated, but indoctrinated in Leftist ideology, which says that Capitalism is evil and oppressive, while Socialism is good, and involves people sharing what they have earned.  And Government will give you what you need, with no strings attached.  The meme above, and the one below, are just priceless.  That's all I …

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Welcome, once again, to Joe Biden’s America

If it looks to you like America is going to Hell in a hand basket, you are not alone.  Today's news seems to contain numerous stories of deteriorating conditions in our cities, including huge increases in homicide, carjacking, organized retail theft, kidnapping, explosions, and just general mayhem.  Nearly every day, I see a new story …

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Dispatch from the deteriorating Puget Sound area

Here in the Seattle area, like in many cities across America, we are seeing a deterioration of many different areas of society.  Public schools are failing, having been closed for many months during the Covid pandemic (by governments).  Parents are pulling their kids out of public schools, so reduced numbers of students lead to less …

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Promoted! We get results on Ricochet

In the past week, your humble RushBabe49 has had multiple posts over at Ricochet.com promoted from the behind-the-paywall Member Feed, to the public-facing Main Feed.  I have been a member of Ricochet since December of 2012, and it is my go-to web site now for real news and commentary.  Ricochet members are from all walks …

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On this Independence Day weekend, let’s talk about Rights

What do you think about when someone mentions "rights"?  Is the first thing that crosses your mind something like "abortion rights", or "voting rights"?  Or is it something like "unalienable rights", which is a phrase from the Declaration of Independence?  What does "unalienable" even mean?  First of all, here are some definitions of "rights" from …

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It’s a Mammoth Discovery!

Quite literally!  In the Yukon region of Canada, some miners came upon a natural wonder.  They found a 30,000-year-old, well-preserved Woolly Mammoth baby.  The mummified remains were well-protected by the near-frozen ground in which they were found during mining excavations. The article on Fox News describes the state of preservation, and other background information on …

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #204: Doors

Since last Thursday, Hubby and I have been in Washington's Bavarian Village of Leavenworth for the International Accordion Celebration.  The town, and just about every building is decorated with scenes Bavarian, inside and out.  We stayed at a different hotel this time, and it has a plethora of decorated doors.  Starting with the entrance door. …

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Repost with updates: Now, there’s an entire month: “Pride Month”?

Back in August of 2013, I wrote a post on this blog entitled "I do not understand "gay pride".  Below is the entire post. Why would you be proud of being perverted? Why would you be proud of engaging in behavior that is antithetical to the survival of the human race? I stand by that …

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CMMC: Midweek Madness. Letter “H”

In my life, the most important thing that starts with the letter "H" is Hillsdale.  Ever since we found out about the College in Michigan, which teaches Classical values, Western Civilization, and the Liberal Arts, my husband and I have been big supporters of the small school which accepts NOT ONE PENNY of government money, …

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Just a short post on windy Wednesday, Day 4, to final destination

Today’s route took us from Windy Wyoming to Colorado. We encountered considerable road construction in both states, but arrived at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs just in time. Below are some sights. Roadside butte, Wyoming Eagle Mountain, Wyoming Sign at windy rest area, Wyoming That’s a beautiful flower centerpiece on our table at dinner, where …

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