Politics

2020 Trump Attack from Right Begins

April 22, 2019

Having survived the Mueller Report, President Trump is facing round two from within his own Party. Besides the unsolicited attacks from Mitt Romney, the CRA and its offspring, the National Federation of Republican Assemblies (NFRA) appears to be piling on as well. Below are portions of solicitations for the NFRA Convention that I have received […]

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Short Bus Shortage Scandal Last Weekend

April 13, 2019

My apologies for the long hiatus, but over the weekend I heard there was a shortage of short school buses in California, so I needed to investigate. Turns out the short yellow buses were needed for transportation to the CRA convention, conveniently located in the nation’s capital Sacramento. Before either of the South Sacramento members […]

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Attacking Mike Pence

April 10, 2019

There is a Democrat Presidential wannabee that has spent the last several days attacking Vice President Mike Pence because Pence is an Evangelical Christian. Pence has done nothing to merit this attack but the mere fact that he exists is enough to set this guy off. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a 2020 presidential hopeful, […]

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2020 Election Begins

March 25, 2019

I know that many Democrats have already declared their candidacy for President, but this is not what I’m referring to in this case. Now that the Mueller Report was released and found Trump did not collude with Russia—which we knew 2 ½ years ago—we can begin to see what Trump will do between now and […]

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Mueller Report

March 23, 2019

If you want to bury a news story, everyone knows you need to release it at 5 P.M. on a Friday night. The fact that Robert Mueller has done just that (his report has been held since Monday) means that there is nothing to see. Trump has been exonerated as we knew that he would […]

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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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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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Paid Family Leave: Conservatives Invited to Join the Darkside

March 1, 2019

Wednesday, I was browsing my email account when this gem from former Pennsylvania US Senator, Rick Santorum, showed up in my IN Box. Folks, when I read it, I had about the same reaction that I do when Chef Gordon Ramsey is pillaging a restaurant’s walk-in refrigerator on Kitchen Nightmares. I wanted to hurl. Santorum […]

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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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Apple Defends Terrorists But Volunteers Private Data to Mueller

February 7, 2019

Folks this action should disturb you greatly. We are told backing up our personal information to “the cloud” is smart, secure and safe; except for Google which admits that it scans your personal data so they can target you with advertisements but then assures us that nobody human really reads your stuff. Anyway, this news […]

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