Stephon Clark

March 20, 2019

Ok, I just don’t get this controversy. When the P.D. pulls their weapons and gives you an instruction, you better follow it. End of story. If the cops were wrong, then that’s why we have lawyers. I’ve watched enough cops shows back in the day and shootings on the news to know that you comply […]

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Review: Dinesh D’Souza

March 18, 2019

I knew that Dinesh D’Souza was supposed to be in Stockton last Friday but at $50 per ticket, there was no way I could afford to go let alone take the wife and son. The day of the event, I got an unsolicited text message from the Sith Lord asking if I was interested. It […]

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Disney’s Re-Hired Gunn

March 15, 2019

Back in July, we documented the fact that Disney—in a fake display of political correctness—fired Guardians of the Galaxy producer James Gunn. As a bonus, Liberals blamed conservatives for Gunn’s termination. Gunn was fired for stuff he posted on Twitter many years before Disney hired him as a producer of Guardians the first time. Back […]

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Economic Illiteracy on Tax Cut

March 15, 2019

Taxes were cut under the Trump plan. However, because of how it was done, some folks out there are pushing the lie that Trump actually raised taxes on everyone but the rich. Here is yet another example, this time from Reuters. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Only one in five U.S. taxpayers expect to pay less […]

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CRA Resurgence

March 14, 2019

Just when you thought you had hear the last of CRA champion, Ted Cruz, comes a headline that just has to smack you in the ole kisser. Yes, “Lyin’ Ted” Cruz and Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren are on the same side of an issue that we just blogged about, Facebook. In the article, Elizabeth Warren Finds […]

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90-Day Calendar Mentality

March 13, 2019

Once upon a time, many in the West were fond of quoting the proverb, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” A biblical admonition also comes to mind “without a vision, the people perish.” Both proverbs contrast the […]

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Facebook Lies About Privacy

March 12, 2019

In “A Privacy-Focused Vision for Social Networking,” a 3,200-word essay that Zuckerberg posted to Facebook on March 6, he says he wants to “build a simpler platform that’s focused on privacy first.” In apparent surprise, he writes: “People increasingly also want to connect privately in the digital equivalent of the living room.” Link: Zuckerberg’s new […]

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Conversations with the Naïve III

March 8, 2019

Wow, do we have a great one this week, coming live from Safeway in Elk Grove on a Thursday at noon. While traversing the aisles of said grocery store, I was grabbed by an older lady, around 70. On occasion the thought of being grabbed by an older woman may have its appeal but this […]

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Krafting Hypocrisy

March 6, 2019

“The Chief” and I recently held a teleconference in which the main object of discussion was the arrest of Robert Kraft. The mixed messages of this story when viewed with other events in our culture today illustrate a schizophrenia that just can’t be reconciled. Was Kraft’s Behavior Criminal (allegedly) In his article, The Chief, took […]

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Apple is the Me Too Company

March 5, 2019

Back when Steve Jobs ran Apple, they were regarded as an innovator in consumer electronics. (Actually it took a $150 million dollar cash infusion from Microsoft and Jobs returning to save Apple a few years after he had left the Board of Directors but I digress.) It was shortly after this period that they began […]

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