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FB Doodlings – Who chooses?

In almost all things, I try to view events or happenings of the day from base Principles. I guess it is the engineer in me combined with having watched, as a political blogger, too many politicians, and bureaucrats say and do say lots of words to get you to “oh, ok” WITHOUT necessarily allowing you …

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Thank You Riots – You Just Activated Tens of Millions of Americans to Reject Local Political Lockdowns

The sleeping beast is not what you think. It’s middle of the road voting Americans. Those so-called moderates who, regardless of race, voluntarily follow the rules, even when they feel there’s something fishy. But law-abiding citizens got a taste of the left’s hypocrisy sandwich with the protests and riots, and I’m betting they are not …

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Sununu

Blogline of the Day – Governor Sununu: Antifa over Church

Emphasis mine: …Sununu is not the only governor who is keeping his state locked down while supporting Black Lives Matter and Antifa rallies that blatantly violate bans on large group gatherings. …If that’s all a little confusing to you, then I’m glad I’m not the only one bemused here. These governors seem to be saying …

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Virus Mask

So, What Does “Safe” Mean, Anyway?

We’ve heard a lot of talk about masks, social separation, constant washing of hands, etc. We’ve been told that these extra “protective measures” are needed “until it’s safe.”

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This Meme About California Reminds me of Nashua and Jan Schmidt

First, it speaks to the idiocy of the Progressive Government. Petty and vindictive, with the promotion of things and actions we used to assign stigma to informally protect traditional society from “infections” that twist it into the Left’s own image. In this, I thought of Steve’s post on Jan Schmidt and Nashua.