Facebook Selling Brides for $50

May 24, 2019

In the circle of people we know here at ReallyRight, are some gents, try as they might, just can’t seem to find the “right” girl. After hitting their mid-to-late 20’s, the selections dwindle. By the time men enter their 30’s, it’s just darn hard to find a women without the baggage that accompanies broken relationships. […]

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Really Right Tours “The Swamp”

April 22, 2019

Last week, I accompanied my family along with 16 eighth graders and some other adults to Washington D.C. The tour was thru an organization called “World Strides”. The cost is about $2,300 a person which included airfare, meals, admission to all venues, tour guide and bus to haul you about the area. I plan to […]

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Love is this

April 3, 2019

I know many are talking about the movie Unplanned and rightly so but being pro-life is more than being opposed to abortion. Pure and undefiled religion before God and the Father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble, and to keep oneself unspotted from the world. James 1:27 I saw this story […]

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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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Cold War Tome on Socialism More Relevant Now

March 1, 2019

If you want a cold, honest assessment of socialism you will not do any better than David Chilton’s forgotten book, Productive Christians in an Age of Guilt Manipulators.  Written at the height of the Cold War (1981), it is more relevant now than it was when he wrote it. I have owned my copy of […]

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Thoughts on “Kill It and Grill It”

February 23, 2019

On internal combustion vehicles, the front end is often called “the grill” because it has an area that allows air to flow thru the radiator to cool the engine. But now Californians may mean something entirely different when talking about their automobile and “the grill.” SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Get ready to break out your recipes […]

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Johnnie Does Firehouse Subs

February 17, 2019

Recently, I found myself at a chain restaurant called Firehouse Subs. I have visited this location twice, both unannounced. Here is my full report and experience. The Firehouse Subs location that I visited was on Truxel Road in north Sacramento County. Upon walking in, a crew leader or watchperson calls out “12, 10…3..2..1”…..and every employee […]

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My Dream for MLK Day

January 21, 2019

My dream for Martin Luther King Day is simple; namely, that people that follow Dr. King would believe him. Nobody praises him as a Christian and man of the Word. Nobody that claims his legacy talks about the fact that he was staunch Republican. Nobody that claims his legacy believes in his Dream. Yeh, I […]

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Saint Nicholas

December 24, 2018

Since tomorrow is Christmas, I thought readers might enjoy a glimpse into the life of Old Saint Nick. Oh, and yes Virginia there really was a Saint Nick. He loved the poor and had no tolerance for corrupt politicians or heretics. The history of Nicholas is blurry, but there are many legends associated with the […]

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Paradise Fire

November 16, 2018

Camp Fire map November 16, 2018 It’s a week since Paradise was Lost. I wanted to recap on what we think we know thus far and what’s next. In a nutshell this is it: At about 6:15 AM last Thursday (November 8th), Pacific Gas and Electric electrical sensors reported a fault in a line near […]

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