The Farce of Tesla

April 27, 2019

Sales Tesla sold 244,920 vehicles in 2018 and some on Wall Street said they were the number two US automaker–up until Ford’s quarterly financial report was released this week. What a crock. Over the same period—2018—Ford sold 5,982,000 vehicles. The math is this; Tesla sold four percent as many vehicles as Ford and people said […]

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Tesla Burns While Elon Musk Offers Quieter Leaf Blower

April 27, 2019

Yes, when it comes to Elon Musk, the logical disconnect between fantasy and reality is a wide chasm. Yesterday, Tesla’s first quarter earnings report came out but instead of talking about his leadership, Musk was busy on Twitter offering the faithful a quieter leaf blower; oh, and it wasn’t even his idea. Here’s the story: […]

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Johnnie Does Yard House

April 24, 2019

I visited a fairly new establishment downtown about a month back, it is called Yard House. First some background, Yard House was bought by Darden Restaurants (owner of Oliver Garden, Longhorn Steaks etc.) back in 2012 as a small regional chain in the Northeast and has been expanding ever since. Yard House is an American […]

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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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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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Time Lapse of Notre Dame Fire

April 17, 2019

The family of someone that my wife knows was on vacation and shot a sequence of the fire. Link: Notre Dame fire The fire department’s efforts are not visible until the structure is completely involved.

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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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Berkeley Children Face Death at Easter

April 12, 2019

No, I’m not talking about the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ which we celebrate at Easter. Neither am I talking about those in the Philippines that reenact the crucifixion each Good Friday as a way of identifying with the suffering of Christ. Berkeley children apparently face the threat of bodily injury and death […]

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CHP’s Rainbow Rules

April 11, 2019

At your next traffic stop in California, prepare to meet the new rainbow police. Yes, from the California Highway Patrol (CHP) to your local cop, the state legislature that can’t shoot straight has decreed that when the public interacts with law enforcement that men are no longer men and women are no longer women. Under […]

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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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