Some Memes that caught my eye and made me laugh

A big shout-out to Joe at PoliticallyIncorrectHumor.com.  He makes me think, and laugh, every day.  You should sign up for his daily newsletter. The DemocRats do have one advantage-they stick together.  When one of them is slandered, the party gets behind him or her and supports them.  We should do the same, or they will …

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Guest Author: Robert Barnes on the Managerial Class

Readers:  Today I present to you, Robert Barnes, a rather famous defense attorney, introduced to me by my husband.  Mr. Barnes and David Freiheit of Canada, have a very successful Locals channel (VivaBarnesLaw.Locals.com), where they do live-streams discussing the issues of the day, and interviews with some of the most newsworthy patriots in America.  Just …

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Happy and Sad at the same time: Rush Limbaugh’s Birthday

On January 12, 1951, Rush Limbaugh was born in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.  He would grow up to be the most famous, consequential radio personality of the 20th and 21st centuries-not bad for a guy who hated school, didn't graduate from college, and got fired from his early jobs many times.  As he always said, he …

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Good Riddance to 2022, Year-end Review

I thought that 2021 was the worst year, the first of the reign of the dementia-plagued, America-hating, lying Joe Biden.  But I was wrong. 2022 turned out to be as bad, or worse.  It is depressing, knowing that the elites who run our formerly-strong and free country are doing their best to tear it down. …

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Let’s make this suggestion go viral: Donald Trump as Speaker of the House of Representatives

From what Attorney Robert Barnes said this morning (VivaBarnesLaw.Locals.com), the House Speaker does NOT have to be a Member of the House of Representatives.  So, the Republican-majority House in January can vote Mr. Trump in as Speaker.  In that office, he could embark on a whole slew of actions, including hold up horrible legislation like …

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Today’s News: A tale of two obituaries, and more

Yesterday, college football coach Mike Leach died.  He was coach at my alma mater, Washington State University for some years. I read two online articles about him, and I spotted one big difference.  The first article I read was on our local KOMO web site.  The second article I saw is on the Fox News …

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Do you or your children use TikTok? You must STOP now!

TikTok is now the most heavily-used social media app in the country.  It is owned by a Communist Chinese company called ByteDance.  And if that is not bad enough, its employees have admitted that US and European users' data can, and probably is, being accessed by its employees within Communist China.  It is well known …

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Are there advertisements that set your teeth on edge?

In your rambles through print media, online media, or social media, do you see ads again and again that make you wish you could un-see them?  Are there ads you are sick and tired of seeing every day with zero changes? Well there are a couple of ads which I literally see nearly every day …

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Covid and Covid vaccine news you have perhaps not seen

We are probably all aware that, since early 2020, the Federal government, the mainstream media, and all the Big Tech companies have been censoring all news stories, news outlets, and medical professionals whose information does not concur with whatever is the latest government "guidance".  The Public has been denied news of the results of medical …

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We must always remember, September 11, 2001

Most every adult alive on that day remembers where he/she was and what they were doing that sunny Tuesday morning.  I was making breakfast before work, and I had the TV on when the story broke.  I saw one of the towers that looked like it was on fire.  Since it was in New York, …

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