Author Archives: Tricia

A Simple Sunset

I had a ridiculous day at work today, one so filled with bureaucratic double speak and nonsense, that I began to wonder if it was me that was the moron for merely getting out of bed.  A likely possibility. After … Continue reading

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Justice Denied

I’m often asked how Donald Trump got elected.  Kate Steinle’s tragic and entirely preventable death at the hands of illegal immigrant Garcia Zarate is one very big reason. Thursday’s atrocious jury decision to acquit Zarate of homicide and charge him … Continue reading

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A Poisonous Identity

Identity politics both fascinates and scares the crap out me.  I have a lot to say on the subject, but unfortunately too little time today to write up something worthy of your attention.  Instead I’ve copied parts of a recent Wall … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

I’m happy that I don’t to have work today.  So thankful too for the beautiful weather we’re having and the family and friends I get to enjoy it with.  And very appreciative of course of my fellow bloggers and commenters … Continue reading

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Bill Clinton, Roy Moore and the Politics of Hypocrisy

So the Left is having a cathartic come to Jesus moment over having stood by Bill Clinton all these years with eyes wide open to his sexual predator nature and the abhorrent treatment his accusers faced at the hands of … Continue reading

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California’s War on the Poor

Why does California hate poor people? More accurately, why does the CA State legislature continually pass bills that make it so expensive to live there? Even, worse, to address the inevitable poor results of their initial bad laws, they then … Continue reading

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Good Boundaries Make Good People

“By this, the love of God was manifested in us, that God has sent His only begotten Son in to the world so that we might live through Him.” –1 John 4: 9 I read a truly awful news story … Continue reading

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Battle of the Sexes

No, this isn’t a review of the new movie out about that infamous tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, although I do hope to see it soon. It looks hilarious and who couldn’t use more laughter in … Continue reading

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Heart Wins the Game

“Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Eunice Kennedy Shriver spoke these words at the opening ceremony of the very first Special Olympics  in July of 1968 at Chicago’s Soldier Field.  The … Continue reading

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My Name is Tricia and I’m a Conservative

Good satire is a lost art , which is one of the reasons I enjoyed the above video so much.  Mainly though, I was just really pleased to see a black woman speaking  publicly about being a Conservative in a … Continue reading

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