Month: July 2016

SEIU Holding Strike Vote

July 31, 2016

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Watch the Skies

July 28, 2016

Look up in the sky… No, it wasn’t a bird, or a plane or Hillary’s star falling last night. Instead it was a Chinese rocket—possibly a satellite killer—disintegrating as it entered earth’s orbit. Except in movies, I’ve never seen anything like it. If you saw the “fireworks” at the end of Independence Day as Will […]

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From the Mouth of Babes: Woman President

July 27, 2016

This morning I got the following text from my 11 year old son. “Dad, I know why in the constitution there is nothing about having a woman president. I think it is because the people who wrote it had wives.” Please follow and like us:

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SEIU—Ready to Strike?

July 27, 2016

The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) finds itself in a difficult position. Earlier this year, they promised members a twenty-two percent across the board pay raise for all California state workers that they represent—which is 95,000 of them. Negotiators for the State countered with a ten percent raise over the same period—four years. Then to […]

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Democrats and Revolution

July 26, 2016

Modern Liberals have a fraudulent and counterfeit alternative for just about everything. Take the American Revolution for instance. They love to claim that our revolt against the British was the template for the French Revolution. They love the French Revolution. Yeah, there was a war and a king, that’s about the extent of the comparison; […]

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Bye Republicans

July 25, 2016

A week ago, I finally threw in the towel and changed my voter registration from Republican to No Party Preference. This was hard for me to do but I feel that it was time. Several factors contributed to this decision. First, the Republican Party is dead in California. Second, it’s dead in the area where […]

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Review: AMD RX480

July 14, 2016

I went to “Cho- Choo” Fry’s in Roseville last week-end and bought their last AMD 480 video card. It was made by Diamond. Link Fry’s: Diamond AMD RX 480 8GB PCIE GDDR5 Graphics Video Card (For those that don’t know, AMD and NVidia make video chipsets and sell them to various manufactures that customize them […]

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Jerry Brown and Homelessness

July 5, 2016

A few days ago, I saw that Governor Jerry Brown had signed a bill granting 2 billion dollars to building housing for homeless folks. I have two concerns with this legislation. First is the optics. The Governor’s approval of this bill says that “fleece the rich and give to the poor” is a moral action […]

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