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The Supreme Court, once again 5-4, says that Public sector Unions forcing people to pay money to them for use in political activities is a violation of the 1st Amendment. It’s consistent with yesterdays ruling on the California law compelling speech by anti-abortion activists. In reality, how you react to the ruling says more about your politics than it does the actual issues in the case…

Facebook cannot find the people they gave your data to. They wanted to find them, but it turns out they can’t locate them. It’s almost as if they were fake companies just trying to steal personal data and then took the data and ran. don’t worry though, the state of California has a plan to solve the whole fake News “problem.”

And in the Halls of Congress, homeless Congresspeople have been sleeping on their couches. Thankfully, a new law has been introduced which will ban Congresspeople from sleeping on couches AND giving them taxpayer dollars to have a place to live!


Influence For Money

Somebody explain to me why a Russian buying $150k worth of ads on Facebook is bad, but an ex-Congressman who spent $84,000 tax dollars to settle his own sexual misconduct charge getting hired by a Texas Port Authority (salary $160,000.10/year) to take “part in an organized attempt to influence legislators” is just fine and dandy?

Seriously, what is it about disgraced Congressweasels that makes them adept at “influencing” legislators?

Do you know what the real problem with PEDs in sports – particularly Baseball – is? It really isn’t the athletes ingesting or injecting themselves with potentially harmful substances. Frankly, it’s their choice, right? The problem is that is messes with the integrity of the game. Idon’t mean that in the way you think that I mean it. It’s not the “cheating” angle to which I object. It’s the fairness of it in which I see a basic way to treat MiLB players even worse than they already are treated.  Let me explain…

Tim, Trump, Tariffs and Things

Today I am joined by Tim Preuss of The Tim Preuss Podcast.

When I “met” (in the sense of the internet and how we “meet” people in the 21st Century), Tim and his show were located in Wisconsin, the heart of America where the real Americans live. Like me though, he pined for the fjords, wait… that was just me and Cami. Read the rest of this entry

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