When is it Voter Fraud?

November 21, 2018

We all know that whenever necessary, Democrats will cheat at the ballot box. This is nothing new. You can go back to the 1960 Presidential race between Nixon and Kennedy. Nixon was winning until the dead vote in Chicago came in and stole Illinois from Nixon. As the years have gone by, the election results […]

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Jimmy Carter Effect

November 20, 2018

In 1980, the presidential contest between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan was called by the “Big Three” networks at 5 PM Pacific Time, three hours before the polls closed on the Left Coast. This resulted in many unexpected Republican victories in the western United States because Democrats had no reason to go to the polls […]

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Dems Might Unfriend Facebook

November 20, 2018

The media doesn’t think they are biased. They are Democrats in their thinking regardless of their voter registration. When something benefits or advances the Democrat agenda that is not remarkable to them, it is “normal”. Anything that goes contrary is concerning and perhaps newsworthy.  Yesterday, The Wall Street Journal published a shocking news article that […]

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Movie Recommendation: Ragamuffin

November 16, 2018

I found an obscure gem on Amazon that you can stream this weekend while you are hiding out from the smoke. (FYI I will be outside mowing the lawn and walking the dog because I already saw this movie and refuse to wear a face mask.) If you search for the title on Amazon, you […]

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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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Omens of Newsom Reign

November 9, 2018

One of my old pastors used to say that one of the ways that God judges people is to give them what they want (as opposed to what they need). Given the anointing of Gavin Newsom on Tuesday by the voters along the coastal part of the state, look at the news since then. Coincidence […]

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California Conservatives Voting with Their Feet

November 8, 2018

Many years ago, a young man seeking to improve his lot in life was given the advice to “go west, young man”. Now, a hundred odd years later, folks in California are echoing Davie Crocket, “you may all go to hell and I will go to Texas”. About 130,000 more residents left California for other […]

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A Tale of Two Californias

November 7, 2018

The maps below tells the tale of two Californias. These are from the Secretary of State website. If you’re serious about splitting the state, its clear where to draw the lines.          

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Apple Foreshadows Correction?

November 6, 2018

The Luster is off the Apple brand. Nobody would seriously argue that Tim Cook is anything other than a caretaker of the company. The brand that Steve Jobs built, is running out of steam. Jobs was good at looking at other people’s ideas and making refinements. Jobs then would market stuff as if Apple was […]

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Why Democrats Lose Tomorrow

November 5, 2018

Blue Wave or not tomorrow, the Democrats lose anyway. But what a preposterous claim you ask? Not really. Let’s discuss the dynamics. Right now, conventional wisdom says that Democrats lose a few seats in the Senate and take control of the House. Senate I agree that the Republicans will likely increase their majority in the […]

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