Finally, It Is Done!

Finally, Judge Brett Kavanaugh is now Justice Brett Kavanaugh. That poor bastard went through hell. It took three months and scores of vile rhetoric. He has been called evil (well, I guess he is a lawyer), said he will destroy the Constitution, (he’s a textualist which means he reads...

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A Very Dark Path We Are Walking Now

I know, last week, that I wrote about the whole Brett Kavanaugh debacle and probably wrote in a very angry tone. Well, I am angrier today than I was last week. This chaos is very dangerous for our country. It is leading us down a very dark path. I...

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Human Filth vs. Cowards = Nothing Gets Done

So I have been waiting for Bret Kavanaugh to get confirmed for the Supreme Court. Of course, the Democrats think this is a bad idea because Kavanaugh is a textualist (one who rules based off the exact wording of the Constitution). So, of course, the Democrats have released some...

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My Favorite Books

My girlfriend’s daughter asked me an awesome question. One that I really had to think about. She asked: “What are your favorite books.” This was a shock to my system. I didn’t know how to answer. Beads of sweat formed on my forehead. What makes a book that is...

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Ridiculous Stories of the Week: The Dracula Diet

zHere are my weird stories of the week. I really don’t have much to say for an introduction. This crap is just weird. Let’s cut the B.S. and get to it. Plastic Surgery Has Never Sounded So Good I listen to a podcast called “True Crime Guys.” These guys...

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Book Review: The Gutfeld Monologues

A beautiful thing happens at the beginning of the month. I get my monthly Audible credit. I have found Audible to be a an awesome find. It allows me to listen to a book while I continue to read what I need to read. So books like Dreamland and 12 Rules for...

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Where Was I That Fateful Day

I was up a 6:30 in the morning. Just a typical day. I had to teach a class in Oxnard, California. Oxnard in in the middle of Ventura county and it would take my thirty minutes to get there. I liked to get to class early so I could...

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Book Review: Breath, Eyes, Memory

My quest to get through Amazon’s must-read books continues. And another one is in the books. The 1994 book, Breath, Eyes, Memory, by Edwidge Danticat is number 15 on Amazon’s lists. I had a real tough time with Bel Canto so I am hoping this one is a lot better. It...

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