One Person Can Make Things Better

by baldilocks Sitting in for Fausta. A friend sent me this LA Times link from 2016. Escalating their battle to stamp out an unprecedented spread of street encampments, city officials have begun seizing tiny houses from homeless people in South Los Angeles. Elvis Summers, who built and donated the structures, removed seven of the gaily … Continue reading One Person Can Make Things Better

Stephen Hawking, RIP

The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.           -Stephen Hawking In one of those interesting examples of Cosmic Timing, Stephen Hawking has died on Pi Day. I have been a Hawking fan for pretty much as long as I can remember. I've always been … Continue reading Stephen Hawking, RIP

30 Tips to Stay Married 30 Years, Today: Live Modestly

Mr. Potter: Now let's look at your side. A young man, twenty-seven, twenty-eight, married, making, say, forty a week. George Bailey: Forty-five! Mr. Potter: Forty-five. Forty-five. Out of which, after supporting your mother and paying your bills, you're able to keep, say, ten, if you skimp. A child or two comes along and you won't … Continue reading 30 Tips to Stay Married 30 Years, Today: Live Modestly

Voices of CPAC 2018 Kurt Schlichter

I spoke to Kurt Schlichter of townhall.com at CPAC 2018 at the Gaylord National Harbor There are few CPAC interviews that I think are worth being the Blog lead for the site. Kurt Qualifies, he is one of the best the right has to offer. His site is here, his townhall columns are here. You … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2018 Kurt Schlichter