Entries by Bruce Bialosky

Underrated Elvis

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes

One might think that calling a performer “underrated” for whom 84,000 people have listed their profession as “Elvis Impersonator” on tax returns is a crazy statement. Yet, with the upcoming Elvis movie (June 24), he will still not be regarded as the remarkable vocalist he was before he left us. The idea of calling him […]

On the Road Again

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes

As we approached the start of our annual trip to foreign lands, we were excited that the mask mandate for airplane flights was ending the day before our departure. We did not believe the Biden Administration would be foolish enough to extend it; then they did. We were thoroughly dejected. Then we met Judge Kathryn […]

Everyone Should Vote

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

After HR1, the Democrat’s bill to nationalize the election process was defeated in two consecutive Congresses, one might think the supporters would get the hint and move on. That is clearly not the case as they are chastising Republicans for reestablishing voting rules at the state level, so there is not another free-for-all as we […]

Sad, So Very Sad

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

You are going through your day trying to work or take care of life’s responsibilities. Then the news hits. You stare at the TV or computer feed-in crippling shock. How can such a horrible thing be happening? Why would a “human being” do such a thing? It is all too much. It is sad, so […]

Government’s Stupid Plan While Big Business Greases the Wheels

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

All too often there is a proposal for a government plan that just makes one stare in disbelief at the proposing legislator’s gross ignorance. When you then see that the business community is complicit with said ridiculously stupid plan, it becomes obvious why many people no longer trust big organizations. Following is such a situation. […]

The Homeless Election Battle

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

Editors’ Note: Although the following comments relate to Los Angeles, major cities in Arizona have similar issues, although not to the same extreme. The questions he raises are questions to be asked of our mayors and city councilmen. Here are some additional questions: If drug abuse is fundamentally the cause of “homelessness”, what is the […]