32 years ago I opened a hobby shop in Fitchburg MA at the ripe old age of 24 and to promote the store I started a face to face tabletop baseball league. We started with Avalon Hill's Status Pro Baseball when that went away (it's now back here btw) we did one year of the … Continue reading The Dynasty Baseball / USA Today Tournament is Tomorrow Night Starting at 8 PM EST!
It would seem that Andy Ngo has the proper credentials for the mainstream media to support him. He’s a journalist and the gay son of Vietnamese immigrants. Unfortunately, he’s also conservative. That means that the mainstream press either ignored him or made jokes about him when he was seriously injured by Antifa thugs in Portland, … Continue reading Antifa and the media
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By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT -- Are y’all on Goodreads? I am, but I’m not sure why. I think I signed up so I could get reading suggestions from my friends, but I suppose I don’t need Goodreads to do that. This year everyone was signing up for the 2019 Reading Challenge. For some reason I … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Need Book Recommendations
by baldilocks In spite of all lot of shaking going on here in land of sunshine, street-camping and socialism, I’ve got nothing at the moment and I’m hitting up against the deadline, therefore, it’s link and point to the interesting. And, I feel like pointing to buoy hearts: 21 Quotes On Freedom and Liberty. “It … Continue reading Not Shaken
It’s great to feel fully protected and safe online, especially now that more and more sophisticated malicious codes are being designed to violate your privacy, steal your identity, get access to your online banking account or virtual currencies. We tend to acquire the best antivirus software to protect ourselves against all sorts of online threats … Continue reading How to Use Avast Antivirus on Your Windows PC
Whining about costs for a B-2 overflight is silly. The B-2 flies over the Utah Testing and Training Range at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, during the test run Sept. 10, in which the B-2 dropped 80 inert Joint Direct Attack Munitions. (Photo by Bobbie Garcia) It's not even Monday and already there are complaints … Continue reading You already paid for the bomber fuel
I keep hearing idea after idea on how to speed up baseball under the theory that the length of the games is the cause for the trouble. Nobody seems to want to admit that in a game without a clock, every time you expand a league by a team you add 10 pitchers and 15 … Continue reading Want to speed up baseball? Raise the mound & make outs easier
Today marks the 243rd anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. By lucky coincidence my weekly article falls on this auspicious holiday. This to me is a perfect opportunity to discuss our most seminal document in detail, something that very seldom takes place in schools and colleges any longer. As you can see … Continue reading Decoding the Declaration of Independence
Usually every year I put the Declaration of Independence up on the 4th but today I want to put up a piece of a different speech that ironically was arguing for the dissolusion of Ameirca. Alexander Stephens was a member of the Georgia House of Representatives and Senate. He was elected to Congress in 1843 … Continue reading Even the Founders of the Confederate States Knew the Founding Fathers Thought Slavery was Wrong
Sunday is the "extra" day of Pintastic NE added a few years into the event. By Sunday morning only one vendor remained and their machines with them, the extra ball lounge was closed and the machines moved into the freeplay room to make up for those who had left. Nevertheless there were dozens of machine … Continue reading Pintastic NE 2019 The Big Finish
If people really want Kamala Harris to become president, it’s important to look at her political pedigree. Harris comes from one of the most corrupt political machines in the country: San Francisco. She was groomed by boyfriend Willie Brown, the longtime speaker of the California State Assembly and former mayor of San Francisco. She was … Continue reading Kamala and the San Francisco machine
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – It has been a fairly quiet campaign season in Louisiana with regard to the October gubernatorial election, but pundits expect that to change in the next week or so. Word is that the campaigns of all three candidates will kick into high gear after July 4. Securely out in front … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: On Nonsense Polls and the Governor’s Race
I have a lot of fun playing Pinball at Pintastic NE and interviewing key folks but the most fun is interviewing folks at the event. Like Mary Margaret And Fred and John and Sarah and Johnny Hot Sauce Don't get me wrong, it's very cool to check out stuff like the one handed play of … Continue reading Pintastic NE 2019 Da People
On June 20th the Supreme Court handed down their decision in regard to the 32 foot tall Blandensberg cross, which is located in Maryland. The Supreme Court ruled correctly that the cross does not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. The rational behind that decision was however deeply flawed, leaving the door wide … Continue reading The Bladensburg Cross, Supreme Court Precedent, and the Dirty Dozen