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A few days ago while getting ready for the show about Sara Sanders, I ran a test Press Conference on my Facebook page. There I was asked two questions that I really want to answer, the first of which was: Did the years you spent assisting the homeless make you more compassionate or less?

Although many people who listen to me talk about the homeless would assume that I have become less compassionate towards them, the actual answer is neither more nor less. Why? Because for all those years the one thing I have realized is that nobody is really interested in addressing the real problem. All that is done is spending money on pretending to care solutions that make governments bigger and more expensive while doing nothing whatsoever for the actual homeless…


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A Shot to the ‘Nads

13-jordany-valdespin.w529.h352.2xDave’s Friday gets off to a weird and painful start when a co-worker makes an observation about his wife, and his son starts playing “Ninja” with his school friends.

Frank Carson is told that he cannot continue to represent a murderer in court while he is still in jail. It’s just more of the circus atmosphere that Carson is both cultivating and wants to create around his own murder case.

There has been a great deal of discussion about the Anchor Baby rules, which is good. The bad part is that some people, among them, leading Talk Radio hosts, are being either intentionally misleading or they are flat out ignorant.  If it’s the latter, then they need to be set straight. If it’s the former – and it is – don’t you have to ask yourself why they are being intentionally misleading? At least one national Chat Show Host keeps claiming that the Supreme Court “has never considered” birthright citizenship. This is untrue, as anybody with research staff and computer can see for themselves.

Modesto has a Homeless problem, so does your city. Modesto also had a Blue Ribbon Commission to find solutions to the problem. So does your city. Of course, that was five years ago, and nothing has changed. Why not? Because the solutions to the problem won’t work. Modesto wants more money to provide “Safer Neighborhoods,” presumably to include less homeless at the parks, and a Judge says that Measure G can go ahead because even if it is bogus it’s too late to get changes to the printer.


 

Last Day of Little Boy

385557_2826010459524_1312879305_nIt’s a rather significant day, as Ben has his last day of being a little boy. From here on out, it’s school and work. Or both.

Dave got two new books that he started reading yesterday. In them, he found some concepts about the way the Government functions that should have our teeth set on edge. There once was a time when the Government didn’t feel like it could do certain things without our permission. So what changed, and why?

The GOP is letting the media pick its candidate for 2016… again. The FOX News Debate tomorrow night is just more of that same thing. Why can’t the GOP embrace social media and start selling itself instead of letting the Networks decide who it is and who will represent them in the election? And the debate tomorrow will be all Trump all the time, with Trump winning the debate by a landside.

Modesto is – once again – concerned about the homeless problem. Luckliy there is Measure G which will solve the problem and make every day a sunny and rainbow filled one here in the Central Valley. The real issue is that nobody wants to do what it would actually take to solve the real problem, which isn’t that homeless people don’t have homes. It’s misplaced compassion.

All on the last day of little boy…

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