by baldilocks There’s a reason that we Southern California conservatives have a hard time letting go of our failed state. It’s 78 degrees today in Los Angeles. The rest of California is difficult not to love – even the desert areas. With California secession in the wind, Glenn Reynolds writes about one of several intrastate … Continue reading A Sensible Partitioning of California
I have a quick interview with old friend (and never trumper) Sarah Rumpf at CPAC 2018 at the Gaylord National Harbor Maryland: There are those who think someone like Sarah should be tossed or shunned over her opinions on the President. I disagree. I don't throw away people in general and friends in particular because … Continue reading Voices at CPAC 2018 Sarah Rumpf
Life will quickly become a bore if you sit around waiting for positive happenings to come to you. Your days will be a lot more interesting and fun when you’re challenging yourself and engaging in various activities. However, you have to initiate the events and be willing to have new experiences. The hard part is … Continue reading 8 Ideas For Keeping Yourself Challenged
A majority of Americans wants the government to regulate technology companies—a significant change after revelations that Russia used online services such as Facebook to influence the 2016 election. According to an Axios-Survey Monkey poll, concern about government inaction is up significantly—15 percentage points—in the past three months. Says Axios: “That's a seismic shift in the … Continue reading Are We Being Googled?
Rather than write a new post I'd like to copy and paste a post I wrote during my Godaddy exile that might have been missed: I have a message and a story for angry Democrat activist disappointed with the left on DACA. Back in the days when I was writing alone on this blog by … Continue reading A Reminder to Dreamers as your Amnesty Runs out