- What to Do with the Homeless?
- What’s the Mortality Rate for COVIDs Right Now?
- Hunter Biden and Chinese Spies
- Texas Under Attack by Gun Grabbing Liberals!!!
- And in Idaho…COVID Protests
- There’s No Science Behind COVID Lockdown
- A Different Idea on Combating Crime and Bad Behavior
- Breaking News – New Chico City Council Sworn In
- COVID Masks Causing Respiratory Infections?
- Governor Orders Halt to All Non-Essential Interstate Travel
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Love. You hear about it everyday all your life, ever since your were born when mothers and fathers say, “Goo goo. Hi there. I love you and kiss and hug you over and over again.” And all through childhood and in movies … Continue reading
I remember many years ago, when I was just a kid, sitting on the front porch and talking with my oldest brother, Bob, who looked at me with a smile and asked, “Are you happy?” I don’t remember what I … Continue reading
It was early Tuesday morning and it was my best friend Eddie’s, 16th birthday and Eddie, Peter and I didn’t feel like going to school on Eddie’s birthday so instead we ditched school. We all jumped into my low rider … Continue reading
I’ve been a Vietnam Vet (VNV) since my tour of duty in Vietnam (Nam) was over in June 1967. I’m not exactly sure what I expected as VNV. I just wanted to make it out of Nam alive and luckily … Continue reading
The entire time I was a kid and growing up there was always music in our house. My dad was always either singing or whistling or he had the radio on, and yes – he also watched Lawrence Welk regularly. Music … Continue reading
People keep asking why these mass shootings keep happening all over the country? These are the questions that come to my mind: How can one of the richest countries in the world justify 50 million of its citizens not being … Continue reading
I’ve had a friend for the past couple of years that I like quite a bit. We became good buddies and we’d visit each other regularly and talk about world events and relationships and whatever else came up. I mean … Continue reading
During the last part of January 1967 and the first part of February, 1968, during the time I was in Vietnam (from June 1966 to June 1967) there was a lot of talk among the troops about “maybe the US … Continue reading
My brother, Richard was 3 years older than I was. And Sandi, the girl who lived across the street from us was a year younger than I was. Sandi’s little brother, Larry, was 5 years younger than I was. We’d … Continue reading