In Reply


From my email this late afternoon: "Why do you announce to the world that you have mental health issues? Don't you know that can come back and bite you in the ass? Aren't you afraid?" Here are my answers: It is the right thing for me to do, yes, and no.  Now to expound on that, … Continue reading In Reply

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My Cousin Elmo says, "So, the bills are washed, the laundry paid, the clothes are in the oven, and the last load of dinner is in the dryer, and my wife claims I'm no good at multitasking."

Native Nevada and Political Correctness


The Marketing and Communications Department at UNR has introduced a diversity, equity, and inclusion guide, requiring staff to avoid saying “Native Nevadan,” as it may be offensive to the indigenous population, meaning Indians. It says: "Refrain from using the term native Nevadan as a general term for people born and raised in Nevada as it … Continue reading Native Nevada and Political Correctness

Las Vegas Man Accused of Voter Fraud


Nearly a year after this blog documented the federal elections fraud that happened in Nevada in 2020, a Las Vegas man finds himself accused of voting twice, including once using his late wife, Rosemarie, name, during the 2020 election. Attorney General Aaron Ford's office is accusing Donald Kirk Hartle of voting more than once in … Continue reading Las Vegas Man Accused of Voter Fraud

So Really, What is in That Damnable Bill


Unable to sleep last night, I read the FY21 Budget Reconciliation Bill, thinking such mundane, boring legalese would make me fall fast asleep. Instead wound up staying up all night and morning making notes. I have done my best to remove the opinionated-verbiage I use when researching such a touchy subject. My apologies should you … Continue reading So Really, What is in That Damnable Bill

Still Pounding Sand Where the Clintons are Concerned


In August, China tested a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile that orbited the planet before racing back down toward its target at more than five times the speed of sound. The test left U.S. intelligence surprised, indicating China is making quicker progress in developing hypersonic weapons than previously known. Beijing has denied the report, saying that it … Continue reading Still Pounding Sand Where the Clintons are Concerned