Author Archives: Tricia

What’s It All For Anyway?

In this fabulous Medium post by A.J. Kay, the author asks, “if safety requires us to indefinitely forfeit the most valuable parts of our lives, what exactly are we trying to save?” She then goes on to smartly point out … Continue reading

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Beauty in Chaos

So, I got married this past weekend. It wasn’t what we originally planned of course, the pandemic having ripped our original blueprint to shreds, but somehow amidst the craziness of two famously unorganized people throwing their own backyard wedding, constantly … Continue reading

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Because Everything is Political

This perfectly sane and inspiring tweet from The Girl Scouts of America congratulating Amy Coney Barrett on being appointed to the Supreme Court was quickly taken down after  hysterical social media screeching from intolerant, shallow minded boobs the progressive left. So … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Marxism, fear mongering, gender issues, identity politics, Political, Uncategorized, Women's Empowerment | Tagged , , , | 19 Comments

The Dehumanizing Nature of Today’s Politics

I liked the meme above when I first saw it on Facebook so I decided to share it on my own page, thinking finally, something we can all agree on! And like clockwork a few moments later comes this comment: “Hum. … Continue reading

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Changing the Narrative on Covid 19

Three distinguished epidemiologists/scientists recently wrote the Great Barrington Declaration , which calls for a more holistic Covid 19 policy approach that recognizes both the devastating economic/health/mental/effects of continued lockdown policies and the disservice we are doing to those most vulnerable to Covid 19, … Continue reading

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Block Editor-Yes It’s Really That Bad

Dear WordPress, I’m hoping your management is having serious discussions over the recent decision to completely change the way posts are written via forcing  writers to use the block editor format. I’m sure the mountain of negative customer feedback you’re … Continue reading

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Pro Lockdown Politicians Remain Stuck in March

I believe the extended coronavirus lockdowns to be the single biggest public policy mistake made in our lifetime, if not ever, whose negative effects will be with us for years to come and in many ways we haven’t yet realized. … Continue reading

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Our Cultural Marxist Moment

I can think of no better way to set a person up for failure, than to repeatedly tell them that everything wrong in their life is the fault of someone else and that making personal changes is pointless because the … Continue reading

Posted in Cultural Marxism, entitlememt mentality, fear mongering, Free speech, identity politics, income inequality, Political, racism, Uncategorized, Women's Empowerment | Tagged , , , , , , | 55 Comments

We are a Cancer and There is No Cure

The title of this post comes from the personal blog of former MSNBC producer Ariana Pekary, who quit recently over frustrations with the network’s obsession with ratings over informing the public and the serious negative effects this has had on … Continue reading

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Done With Coronavirus Magical Thinking

The final straw came rather suddenly. I’d just spent an hour navigating one way grocery aisles, doing my best not to get close to others, the wild eyed ones especially, as they can be unpredictable.  “No ma’am, I’m not trying … Continue reading

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