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God blessed me by allowing me to share the lives of eight dogs during my five-plus decades of life. All of those dogs were with us from puppy to their natural deaths. Most died from old age. One died from a stroke. One from a flipped stomach, and two were euthanized when their cancer pain was too great for them to move. Those lives have shaped my character with their love and loyalty. The bonds with these dogs are so great that I still celebrate each of their birthdays and mourn the anniversaries of their deaths. March, April and May are tough months. Amber, our bear of an Alaskan malamute, died of cancer in April. We miss her chocolate eyes and mounds of “premium” fur.
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Besides Biden’s promised welfare, why are illegal immigrants swarming across our border? Some might say to live the fabled American dream. Defining the American dream is as difficult as defining the dreams of every American. Webster’s defines it as follows: “A happy way of living that is thought of by many Americans as something that can be achieved by anyone in the U.S. especially by working hard and becoming successful.” My question is: How can an American achieve the American dream when the progressive democrats want to remove any challenge to living by putting everyone on welfare? There is no more hard work involved to earning a living. There is no challenge, or even an incentive, to do better in life when your check will be in the mail every month whether you get off the couch or not. Why not open another beer, and catch the afternoon shows? It doesn’t matter. This was not what made America. America was made by doers, innovators, and inventors that lived their dream.

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Most Americans remember our 40th President, Ronald Reagan, He was one of our greatest Presidents and World leaders. Reagan recognized our enemies like the communist USSR. He strategically eliminated them through economic strategies that cost Americans nothing, and yet dismantled the USSR by bankrupting them to keep up with us militarily. So ended the Cold War which had terrified Americans for decades. You may also recall his initially controversial supply-side economic policy which was dubbed “Reganomics” by a hostile, liberal press. Regan was chose to impose his economic policy following the excessive spending policies of the previous Democrat President, Jimmy Carter, who printed money, driving up inflation while increasing government regulation and taxes. This is a Democrat trademark now pursued by President Biden .I dubbed Biden’s current economic policies “Bidenomics”.

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China wasn’t always an enemy of the United States. In the 1800s, the U.S. and other countries tried to develop trade relations with their massive market. As recently as 1912, the citizens of the United States bought 1.6 trillion dollars in gold-backed bonds from the Republic of China to support their post-1911 revolutionary government who was hiding out on Taiwan. Americans did this, because Americans assist countries in need although it is never reciprocated.

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r 2.4 billion Christians the greatest gift this Christmas is the birth of their Savior, Jesus Christ. Jesus is the source of the faith and the strength in their lives. Their faith in Jesus and their Lord is what keeps many going in these trying times when the world around them seems to be failing. These are times when reliance on oneself is no longer enough, because so much has been taken away by power-hungry Governors. For many right now, the greatest gift would be having a job. We need to re-open the economy. Trump was right about one thing: We can’t make the cure worse than the disease. Reopen the economy, and get back to work. We need to follow the science, and toss aside the errant judgement of Doctor Flip-flop Fauci, who admits he doesn’t know what’s going on, and has been wrong about all his advice. Last January, he claimed this disease wasn’t anything to worry about for most Americans. Wrong! Then it was wear a mask, don’t wear a mask. Make up your mind. Did you notice his sadistic smile when he delivers bad news? He appears like the Grinch when he says stay home for Christmas. The science says this illness does not spread in the restaurants and small business, but at home. It has a 99.97% survivability rate. Lock downs don’t work. People are committing suicide. Our children are falling behind in their schoolwork.

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Just to be clear, Skye Booker is our blue-eyed Siberian husky, not even a person. I’m granting her the title of President- Elect because she has as much right to the title as Babbling Biden. Joe Biden is not the President elect! The office doesn’t even exist. It’s called a transition team.

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Most would agree that a good laugh can relieve pent-up stress. Most would also agree that between the virus and all the negative press regarding the election that 2020 has been a stressful year. My question is what happened to all the comedians who could provide laughter relief? At one point, I used to watch Johnny Carson after a long day. Carson was a class act with original material. It wasn’t always funny, but I enjoyed his interaction with his guests. He used the tone of a host at an adult dinner party. He rarely insulted anyone .Occasionally there were some sexual undertones which were all the more humorous because of Carson’s marital problems and famous lawsuits. I was saddened the day he retired. What followed him was a parade of incompetence. Sitcoms are dead because of the lack comedic greats like George Carlin, and Robin Williams are dead. I haven’t seen Steve Martin in ages. Seinfeld dropped out due to political correctness. The original SNL crew have disappeared or are dead. The current crew thinks the fact that Trump got COVID is a joke. That’s called irony, not humor, and it’s sick. To wish someone illness and possible death is warped. Its television I can do without. The only American comedian I enjoy today, and continue to support is Tim Allen. He’s able to produce family-friendly comedy without belittling others. Monty Python legend, John Cleese, believes in the healing power of laughter so much that he’s touring Canada and the United States spreading his humor in these tough times.

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It’s been a month since I posted my blog on BLM Solutions. Nothing has changed in a month. This domestic terrorist group calling for racial justice continues its lawless ways of destruction which have little to do with their right to protest. The group reminds me of spoiled children having a temper tantrum until they get their way.

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