Monthly Archives: April 2023

This Day in Pictures

By | April 29, 2023

[April 29, 2023]  I thought about writing about how my dog Bella is such a lovely girl but, alas, I figured having a few memes our might be better on a Saturday morning.  As the Bud Light boycott continues, I will be sitting back and eating popcorn and smiling.

Cow Rampage: a High School Prank

By | April 28, 2023

[April 28, 2023]  There is always room for a bit of light-hearted, cheery news.  The headlines blared, “Cow Rampages Through Illinois Neighborhood In Alleged Senior Prank Gone Wrong.”  From what I heard, the kids also bought a pig and some chickens with the plan to release them in their school hallways.  This is an old prank idea, dressed… Read More »

Dr. Fauci Lies Again

By | April 26, 2023

[April 26, 2023]  It has become increasingly clear that the primary contributor to the draconian COVID lockdowns was due to advice given by Dr. Anthony Fauci.  Since his retirement, Dr. Fauci has been active in trying to debase that fact publicly.  He does so again in a recent interview with a reporter from the New York Times Magazine… Read More »

Operation Vengeance: an Impossible Mission

By | April 25, 2023

[April 25, 2023]  Eighty years ago, one of the most daring missions of WW2 took place that would have far-reaching implications, even today.  In April 1943, American P-38s carried out a near-suicidal mission to intercept and kill Japanese admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, mastermind of the Pearl Harbor raid.  This was Operation Vengeance. The story of how the U.S. military… Read More »

Soldiers without Fathers

By | April 24, 2023

[April 24, 2023]  The privilege to serve in the military is an opportunity to work with America’s best citizens.  They come from all walks of society, backgrounds, education levels, and subcultures, a very diverse mix of upbringing, intellectual capability, and maturity.  I saw that Soldiers who grew up without fathers stood out from rest and that this phenomenon… Read More »