Annals of Tyranny, Part I

Today, January 6, 2021, the Congress is certifying Dementia-plagued Joe Biden as president, and "slept-her-way-to-the-top" Kamala Harris as vice-president of the most powerful nation in the world.  The state of Georgia just elected two new DemocRats to the US Senate.  One is a flaming anti-Semite, and the other has a recent history of a sexual …

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When I was 71, it was a Very Bad Year. The Year of “Closed” and “Canceled”

...a year of record-low unemployment, and job opportunities for ex-prisoners and black and other minority workers...until it wasn't.  A year of thriving small businesses, after-work drinks at our favorite Chinese restaurant, and ample overtime work due to a full order book at my aerospace job...until it wasn't.  Quite quickly, 2020 turned into the Annus Horribilis. …

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Do you or your company use ZOOM for your online meetings? Beware!

This story in The Epoch Times shows how Communist China monitors online meetings held in The US, between participants in the United States. The Chinese Communist Party has put Zoom on a short leash, and has kept track of meetings here in the US, making sure that participants do not discuss issues that might be …

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Seattle used to be committing slow suicide. The word “slow” no longer applies. Decline accelerates.

Sometimes I wonder how Seattle manages.  Their Radical Leftist government, elected by the people of Seattle, continues to engage in activities that are making the city unlivable.  Let's start with Cal Anderson Park, on Capitol Hill.  During the summer, riots over the death of a black man in Minneapolis led to the takeover and destruction …

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Words I have come to hate this year

In this plague year of misery, fear, isolation, and lost jobs, the State, and the Health Nazis, have ruined not only the lives and livelihoods of their citizens, but a fair piece of the English language.  For ever after, I will cringe whenever I see or hear the following words and phrases. Safety; Safe; Keep …

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He said what I wanted to say: Ricochet friend describes the biggest issue of the stolen 2020 election, Communist China

2020 has been a rather rough year. Mask scolds, the constant hammering of despair concerning Covid, and the usual suspects that refuse to acknowledge that the virus may well have been a CCP biological warfare experiment that escaped a lab in Wuhan has been forgotten. The refusal to investigate that possibility is to protect American …

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An important documentary for all Pacific Northwesterners to watch

This week, KOMO-TV in Seattle released a documentary entitled Fight for the Soul of Seattle. Anyone living in or near Seattle should see this.  Broadcaster Eric Johnson takes a tour of downtown Seattle, going over all the changes that have affected the city and its people over the past few years.  Some of the video …

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Watchwords of a Biden administration

This is what you can expect from a Biden administration.  I hope you leftists are happy with what is coming. HIGHER TAXES:  Business taxes will be increased, on all sizes of firms, which will lead to fewer new jobs created, and lower pay for current employees.  Personal income taxes will be increased on high-earning individuals …

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Tripling Down on Failure: Today’s news from Washington State

If you had a goal in mind for your life, and you engaged in certain actions to achieve that goal, and all those actions had no effect on reaching that goal, what would you do?  Would you re-evaluate whether the goal was achievable at all, or would you simply persist in the same actions?  Would …

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