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Wednesday, November 30, 2022


All too often, grandmothers are taken for granted in a world where two paychecks barely cover expenses. When parents are so busy trying to keep a roof over the family abode, grandmothers bear many behind-the-scenes responsibilities.


There is a nasty outbreak of graffiti all over town. Wherever you look, properties are being defaced, lawns are being littered with signs, and sidewalks are being trashed in the worst possible way imaginable.


I see colorful pieces sprouting all over town. It is that season again. Signs that are shouting for our attention, proclaiming that our votes should go to this person or that.


To paraphrase an old adage, there is a time to be born and a time to die. The Hemet City Council’s current political race gives support to that old saying and that’s why I am supporting John Petty in his race for City Council in the 5th District against Linda Krupa.

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The right to an abortion is currently protected in California in two ways. In 2002, the Legislature passed the Reproductive Privacy Act, which made the right to obtain an abortion the official law of the state.

The importance of pets in your life

Pets are members of your family. All too often, we take them for granted, like a piece of furniture that will always be there for you when you need it. That's not the way it is.

Chad Bianco-High Praises from Low Places

Imagining Chad Bianco participating in any event where there is “heady intellectualism” seems farcical–they must have had an interpreter there to break things down for him.

Newsom steps up his (nonpresidential?) campaign

California Gov. Gavin Newsom insists that he’s not running for president but continues to cultivate a national political profile that may indicate otherwise. Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to insist that he has “sub-zero interest” in running for president should Joe Biden decide against a second term.

Multi-million Dollar Settlements and the Need for Government Accountability

I can hardly think of any job where–if you continuously failed to meet performance expectations or follow policy or continuously misused employer funds–you would not be subjected to some form of disciplinary action up to and including termination.

Did the FBI Finally Go Too Far?

On reading about the Saturday arrest of pro-life activist Mark Houck, I thought the author at this alternative site had to be exaggerating. It struck me as beyond belief that two dozen or so armed FBI agents would swarm the house of a Catholic father of seven, rifles drawn, and arrest him in front of his weeping children for anything short of murder.