When I heard the doorbell ring that Saturday afternoon, I did something I had never done before. I bought something from a door-to-door salesperson. It was a pest control representative who was canvassing the neighborhood for new business. The logo on his bright green golf shirt matched his truck in the driveway. He introduced himself and said, “I see you have a vole problem. Have you tried anything?”
Testing for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been in the news for several months now. The first reports of cases of what would become COVID-19 came on December 31, 2019. There are now over 15 million diagnosed cases worldwide, and the number of confirmed cases in the United States has surpassed 4 million.
Defunding the police won’t completely get rid of all of the funding police get. As of right now, the police get more money than they actually need. Defunding the police would take some of that money and put it back into the communities in ways that would help lessen the load
Humans have five primary senses. They are touch, sight, hearing, smell, and taste. Have you ever imagined being without one of these senses? If you lost your sight, you wouldn't be able to enjoy any more sunsets. When you ventured out, you would feel a sense of insecurity, not able to see your surroundings. If you lost your hearing, you wouldn't be able to hear choirs sing or hear the birds sings or hear someone close by calling out for help.
While many more Californians than ever before are planning to vote by mail in this November’s election in order to avoid exposure to the coronavirus, Trump’s new Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy, is sparing no effort to make voting by mail harder for all Americans (not just Californians). The recent primary elections in several states have given us a preview of how that works, with ballots being ensnared in postal delays.
After the “greatest generation” endured and then ended the depression with their hard work and dedication to their communities, they then fought for their country with great personal sacrifice. After defeating Germany and Japan, they eagerly rebuilt these countries.
Andrew Kotyuk, currently serving his third term as mayor of San Jacinto, has set his out to reach higher office. He is the Republican candidate for the 42nd Assembly District seat currently held by Chad Mayes, former Republican now declaring himself an independent. I recently did a Q & A with Kotyuk in his Hemet business office.
There’s a widespread belief that the exorbitant quantity of money the Federal Reserve is pouring into the U.S. economy must eventually mean the return of high inflation. After all, if there’s lots more money but no more stuff to buy, prices must rise, mustn’t they? So the prospect of Judy Shelton – known for her support of the gold standard – joining the Fed’s Board of Governors is raising the hopes of those who want the Fed to be stripped of its money creation powers.