Damn You, Jay Inslee, Part Three. Damn You to Hell.

With the New Lockdown of the State of Washington, how many Businesses and Restaurants have you RUINED today?  How many Families have you torn apart?  How many Suicides have you initiated today?  How much State Tax Revenue have you destroyed today?  How much additional drug use have you initiated today?  And, tell me, Who Gave …

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The Good Archbishop Vigano Nails It-Letter on US Election

RushBabe49 is not Catholic, or even Christian.  However, that does not prevent me from admiring a very important clergyman, who, due to the viewpoint expressed in the letter below, is on the outs with his Church.  This letter is very important, and needs to be posted on every WordPress Blog.  Please feel free to copy …

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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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Let’s make a Thanksgiving Vow this year-Updated

Updated on November 21, 2020.  The edicts below were issued in early November.  Now, the State has come down hard, and, basically, prohibited Thanksgiving.  All over this Nation, citizens are being told that they MAY NOT gather with their families for a big Thanksgiving celebration.  They MAY NOT travel to be with their loved ones, …

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Please keep my Hero, Rush Limbaugh, in your prayers.

He needs them right now.  The story over at Fox News is pretty comprehensive. I have been a Rush listener only since 2001, but I can't imagine life without him on the radio.  I have been a RushBabe since they were invented.  I felt like I had been sucker-punched when I found out that he …

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Is this the future of classical music performance?

The reaction of governments and their subjects to the Wuhan Coronavirus have been very depressing, in all ways.  Few performing arts groups have been holding performances with any audience, for fear of spreading the deadly (0.13% mortality-rate, similar to seasonal flu) virus.  Entire economies locked down by government edict, small businesses and their owners ruined, …

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Rush the Irreplaceable: Upbeat, in his Own Words

I just realized one thing about Rush that I had never thought of before.  I wonder if it has also occurred to the rest of Rush Limbaugh's loyal audience, that he is human, and he might not be around forever.  I think most of us just took it for granted that, from noon to 3:00PM …

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2019 It was a (mostly) Very Good Year

As 2019 ends, and 2020 approaches, I have to say that it was a pretty fine year for our little family (Me, Hubby, and Kitty).  There were no disasters, no serious illnesses, only a few bumps in the road.  Our Country has been wracked and torn by the disgusting DemocRATS impeaching President Trump, but he …

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Christmas Music, and celebrating Independence

Less than a year ago, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church was granted Independence from the main body of Russian Orthodoxy. There is now an independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church, with its own hierarchy, free of the Russian yoke. Even though I am a Jew, I love Christmas music, and one of my  main favorites has a new …

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A Trip to Hillsdale College, 175 years!

The first week of October, Hubby and I flew to Michigan, to attend the Hillsdale College 175th Anniversary Gala, and the dedication of the new Christ Chapel.  The weather was fine on the flight out, and we got to see Mount Rainier from above. We arrived in Detroit, picked up the rental car, and headed …

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