Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #176: One photo, one story

My first entry for this week's challenge tells a sad story, one that is still being written all over the world. Each one of those empty, surplus chairs from June of 2020 was from the desk of a person, an employee who contributed to the success of an aerospace manufacturer.  Every empty chair represents an …

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If you didn’t already have enough reasons for not relying on government transportation, here’s a good one.

The Leftists who run Western Washington have been attempting to get people out of their individually-owned vehicles, and into "public" transportation for years.  Their new "light-rail"/100-year-old technology choo-choo-train has been promoted twelve ways from Sunday, but of course the vast majority of citizens of this relatively low-density area still use their own private vehicles to …

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For Thanksgiving: A cornucopia of Learning, featuring accurate History and other rarely-found information

Just where, you ask, can you find accurate history and the Truth, in these days of fake news and doctored history?  You can find almost everything you need at Hillsdale College, and most of it is absolutely free.  Yes, I said “Free”.  Let’s start with Hillsdale’s most valuable contribution to the citizens of the United …

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What does it say about the Republican Party of Washington State…

When its only state-wide elected office-holder takes a job in the corrupt Biden administration?  I now regret the two times I voted for Kim Wyman.  She has shown us that she is completely untrustworthy.  May she be miserable in the Other Washington.  "Answers the Call of Duty", my ass. Wyman, who battled misinformation from some …

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I have not been following the Kyle Rittenhouse trial closely, but I am pleased with the ultimate outcome. Not Guilty on all charges.

Young Mr. Rittenhouse was helping to protect friends in Kenosha, Wisconsin, against BLM and Antifa protestors who were burning and looting businesses last summer, and he was legally armed.  He shot people in the mob, who were threatening him, and we know how those "protestors" destroyed the livelihoods of many innocent people all over the …

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This hurts. The news that my Hero, Rush Limbaugh, is well and truly gone.

For the past month, my email has produced notifications, from the EIB Network which was built by Rush Limbaugh, that the Limbaugh Letter would be produced for the final time in October.  Each month, since Hubby and I merged households in 2003, we have received our Limbaugh Letter in the mail.  Every issue was chock-full …

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Intriguing election results from November 2

The press has been very active since early yesterday, registering and reacting to all the election results from around the country.  Not only did the state of Virginia turn a lot redder (electing a new governor and state assembly members), but locally the Deepest Blue city of Seattle seems to have chosen a new City …

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45th President Donald Trump, on his new social media platform

My followers and readers will know that I was a supporter of President Trump from the day he declared his candidacy, until the day he was turned out of office by the corrupt DemocRats.  This week, President Trump announced his new social networking platform and company.  Below is his statement about that.  I agree with …

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A very unfortunate Covid-policy casualty

For 50 years, the University Unitarian Church in Seattle put on a Handel’s Messiah Sing-along, Play-along on the day after Christmas.  Yes, that’s 50 years!  They packed the sanctuary to the rafters with singers and orchestra, and anyone could come and sing or play, just for the price of a ticket.  The Messiah was a …

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