Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson: Big Tech censors COVID-19 video featuring doctors

QUOTE; “Social media giants pulled the video of doctors in lab coats talking about coronavirus research and they hid it from the public.”

IMHO; a darn good presentation, I encourage you to watch it. The video has been posted under a different heading, what I am hoping to illustrate is his observations on this and the reason(s) for the demon-crats and big business and internet giants blocking it thereby influencing the election.

A whole new version of dirty politics…... [Read More]

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D.C. and Other Adventures, Part One

An older post with newly completed Parts Two and Three to follow.

My parents had different approaches when it came to preparing for long trips. My mother was neat and efficient. My dad, while a believer in Tetris-style precision packing, had an offbeat sense of time. It was no wonder then that close to midnight on the day we were to leave on a cross-country trip, my mother was frustrated. She and the four of us kids had been ready for ages, while he was still finishing up this and that. Mom would have preferred to hit the road a few hours sooner–maybe 8 a.m.... [Read More]

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OK, time for a distraction…

OK, time for a distraction…

The “sock”, 10-cents, likes his flowers so here’s some for him.

The pinkish ones are some sort of pea, at least late in the season they have pods resembling pea-pods. The white ones are our state flower.

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Republicans strike back…..

State Rep. Metcalfe, 24 co-sponsors call for impeachment of Gov. Wolf

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — State Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler) and 24 co-sponsors introduced House Resolution 915, Tuesday afternoon, calling for the impeachment of Gov. Tom Wolf.... [Read More]

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finding an escape route

Ya’ know, difficult times. It plays on our minds. If and when you need a break, not with a book, although books are great, I’m trying to read “Poland”, but I digress.

Point your browser at http://www.tubitv.com for free no commercial streaming of vintage shows and second rate movies.... [Read More]

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The Choice

I am sensing a spectacular case of tunnel vision by the opposition to the concept of America.

Let me get this straight.
Working is illegal unless you are a large company who makes donations. Who gets to work is up to politicians who despise you.
Riots and looting are justified. Some deaths are ok, some are horrible based on the narrative.
We need less police if any at all. Let Antifa be the actual police
Covid social distancing and economic damage was necessary until it was not for their goals and people
Whites need to kneel before Blacks
Rioters and Looters are arrested and immediately set free
Workers need to pay for the damage done by non workers and corrupt politicians
Schools are shut but we continue to pay for them
We paid for our military but it cannot be used to maintain order when the police fail
Funerals for nursing home victims are illegal but we have a three city media extravaganza for a media victim of choice
This manufactured mess is the fault of all white people everywhere including the unborn.
Nothing will stop until the mob says so.... [Read More]

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some help to get you through the day…

Just a few little funnies…

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The Best Stage of Parenting

There’s a scene in Father of the Bride that I relate to these days, as a parent of two young adult daughters. In the scene, Steve Martin’s character gapes as his grown daughter morphs into a tiny girl in braids who pipes up at the dinner table to announce her upcoming nuptials. My girls aren’t getting married yet, I’m happy to say. But I get the spirit of the movie scene when I watch all the little ways my daughters behave like grownups when I clearly remember bringing them home as helpless infants and then muddling through years of thwarted attempts to train them in basic responsibility and focus. It has dawned on me that somewhere in the last few years, something took, and now I can only drink in each delicious moment as these kids confidently lead their lives and reveal their depth.

Several little ways they have of showing ownership and wisdom have me not gaping, but wondering warmly at where my reluctant, fairy-obsessed, teacher-vexing progeny of lax parentage went, and who replaced them with these delightful grownups. Moms and dads struggling through the frustration and fog of various childhood stages, take hope:... [Read More]

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