My letter to the Editors of the Wall Street Journal

This is the letter I just sent off to the editors of the Wall Street Journal. My respect for their paper, and now, their editors, has been lowered a few notches. Dear Editors:We supporters of President Donald Trump, and the President himself, have, for the past four years been slimed, de-platformed, tortured, slammed, fired from …

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The difference between Leftists and Conservatives-in one headline

It's right here, in a Wall Street Journal headline from November 9 (sorry, no link as it is behind a paywall). Harris Breaks Barrier, Makes History You see, this shows how leftists see the "historic" "election" of Kamala Harris as "vice-president-elect" (which she is actually not, until the Electoral College rules in December).  Leftists, one …

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The 2020 Election is NOT Over

So RushBabe49 will not be discussing a "Biden administration" here without scare-quotes.  Actually, a "Biden administration" is pretty scary, to us who are, as Rush likes to call us, Seasoned Citizens. Just as a little sample, the not-yet-president-elect has already assembled a Wuhan Coronavirus task force.  Included on that task force is a medical doctor …

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An open letter to Michael Brockman, and the board and musicians of the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra

Dear SRJO Board and Musicians: My husband and I, who are grateful donors and audience of Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, attended today's pre-concert virtual get-together, and the (supposed to have been) live-streamed concert, and we noticed a few things.  First of all, at the Zoom meeting, when you were discussing the logistics of putting on …

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I Value My Liberty

It's a pity that the vast majority of the residents of my state of Washington do not.  They voted overwhelmingly to continue to be the slaves of the State, both the National and the local.  They voted their State Dictator into an unprecedented third term.  They even enthusiastically purchase their own chains of slavery (masks), …

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Impunity. Protesters block Freeways.

The title of the article this morning is "It's illegal to block Puget Sound roadways, but many protesters rarely face charges". In Seattle, as in many other places, so-called "protesters" often use this tactic to get their point across. They know that there is very little chance that any of them will bear any consequences …

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Aphorisms

An aphorism is defined as: 'a terse saying embodying a general truth, or astute observation, as “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely” (Lord Acton).' Rush Limbaugh's list of Aphorisms is called "24 Undeniable Truths of Life". I have come up with some aphorisms of my own, mostly through observation, reading, and thought. …

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“Our” People; and “Their” People

Our people get together to support our candidate: Massive lines form ahead of Trump rally in North Carolina Vs Their people get together to support their candidate: Biden holds his biggest rally yet. What their people have wrought in society: Vs what our people have wrought in society. St. Joseph Polish Catholic Church, Camden, NJ …

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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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