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Sometimes I wonder.  I wonder at the sunset and the sunrise.  I wonder at technology and how many stupid humans who've created nothing, think they deserve these incredible advances. I wonder why a portion of the population believes the Earth is flat and the Moon landing never happened. I wonder ...
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Wonderful citizens in Northern California have been trying for years, to break away from the overwhelming regulation and oppression, in what used to be thought of as The Golden State. For those across America not familiar with this movement, it is referred to as the creation of the 51st State, ...
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Liberals love the word Diversity.  They use it anywhere and everywhere.  Problems in the economy?  We need more diversity.  Problems in our education system? More diversity will fix it.  Prisons are packed to the gills? Diversity, diversity, diversity! Diversity of thought?  I believe in Free Will, Freedom, and the Rule ...
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Last Sunday many of you enjoyed the poetry found in my weekly column. I thought I would take the "rap" concept of rants and rhymes, while dropping dimes, and have a little more fun. I have very specific rules when I write. In creating cRAP I threw most of them ...
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Recently I was asked my thoughts about the shooting in Las Vegas.  I just shook my head.  After the "facts" and "timeline" changed for the third time I knew it was highly unlikely we would ever know what really happened. I was then asked what I thought of the fires ...
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When the re-election of Barack Obama took place it was very clear to me, a new path in America, had to be carved. Hence the creation of Late Bird, a story based on my life that explained how someone could arrive out of nowhere to become President of the United States ...
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We've come to a point in America where anything is possible, and sadly, that is no longer a positive. Last week in Las Vegas dozens of humans were murdered while listening to music. With all tragedy there is always speculation.  It is part of being human and many times can ...
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"The Force is strong with this one" is a line most of us are familiar with who were captivated by the first Star Wars Trilogy.  The storytelling of George Lucas felt as though he was explaining Good versus Evil in an entertaining fashion. Just like storytellers in the past. Homer, ...
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I just love it when other humans try to explain the United States Constitution to me.  I'm always open to discussion but the speaker must have an inkling of credibility, at least on the subject, with which I am about to be "enlightened". When someone engages in this type of ...
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In 1986 Ronald Reagan made a "deal" with Democrats and amnestied millions of humans in the United States illegally, most of them from Mexico. The "deal" was the border would be permanently secured while "giving" Democrats more voter support. Some may argue that is a bit simplistic. The truth is ...
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Yesterday I Ubered home. My wonderful truck (almost 200,000 miles) informed me that we needed a water pump and my trusted mechanic(s) told me that the job wouldn't be completed in time for my drive home from work. Hence Uber. My driver was a very polite and energetic young man ...
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One day last week, on my way to work, I turned on the radio. These days I normally head straight to music, but on this particular day I was feeling good and a little curious about the rest of the channels that I'd ignored off and on for the last ...
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When I sit down to write I have a theme or an idea in mind.  This week the world seemed to have jumped from one event to another faster than normal. Maybe it's just the sporadic and emotionally unbalanced way the Liberal Press decided to cover (selectively) current events. With ...
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Humans love to repeat thoughts or ideas regardless of truth, reliability, or even validity. One such statement we hear constantly is Democracy is messy.  The implication is because Democracy is "messy" this makes it valid and/or reliable. This is of course false. Democracy isn't messy.  It flows very cleanly from ...
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Growing up in the seventies and eighties one of the more common sayings was "if you don't have anything nice to say, say nothing at all." Not only was this a wonderful lesson in self-control it also helped to keep the disease known as gossip under wraps. That was then, ...
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There appears to be three types of voters in these United States. Our first types are the ones that voted for Obama (the second time), those that voted for Hillary (at any time), and those still willing to vote for a Bush, a Kasich, a McCain, or any Democratic Candidate ...
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A while ago I wrote about a Democratic Congressman out of Florida who proclaimed that he and the Liberals had the "black and hispanic vote", the strong support of the gay community, and were going to run the country. Florida then proceeded to go for Trump. Oh the well laid ...
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The survival of the human is a very simple thing to understand. Water, food, shelter, security. In that order. With water, food, and shelter handled security becomes the most important survival factor. Before men like Samuel Colt created weapons that could deal with multiple or larger attackers, most men and ...
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My life has always been pretty simple in regards to those who like to run their mouths or give me unsolicited advice. When something is said that I don't like I tell the person to stop. If they do it again I invite them to deal with this issue in ...
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Born in Southern California every 4th of July celebration I can remember was pretty much the same.  Playing in the neighborhood all day while stopping to eat a wide variety of foods usually only available on holidays.  I'm sure some type of large firework show took place but I don't ...
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