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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Guest Blogger: Helpful Advice for Young People by Mark A.

The following post was originally issued at Ricochet.com. I advise all my readers and followers to drop by Ricochet, and consider joining if you want more excellent commentary such as this. Mark exactly offers the same advice I would give to today's young people. His life story is instructive. Young people, HEED THIS ADVICE! THE …

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Seattle and Seuss: Protecting the legacy

It's been all over the news lately that some Dr. Seuss books, beloved by children and parents for decades, will be cancelled, by the Foundation that protects the author's legacy!  This is ostensibly because they "display racist imagery".  The Cancel Culture, which judges creations from the past by today's often-racist standards, is sweeping through Society, …

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Once again, RushBabe49 is proved right. No niche on Earth is sterile.

I have always said that, on our Planet Earth: Anywhere there Can be Life, there IS Life.  And again I have been proven correct.  It seems that a group of researchers in Antarctica have drilled a bore-hole a half-mile through an ice shelf, and found life at the bottom of the Antarctic Ocean, where no …

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Not just another post on the efficacy of Mask Mandates in reducing the spread of the Wuhan Coronavirus

My readers and followers will know the contempt I hold for "mask mandates" by state Dictators, who think that by requiring all of their citizens to wear "face coverings" when indoors 100% of the time when people not in their household are present; and outdoors when "social-distancing" is not possible; that the spread of the …

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Teachers (unions) Killing American Children

Yes, I stand by my title above.  In most every big city across America, the Teachers Unions have either slow-walked, or simply refused to return to classrooms for in-person instruction, because...Covid.  The so-called "educators" who are tasked with preparing children for adult life are such lily-livered cowards that they believe, in the face of masses …

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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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