Entries by Bruce Bialosky

Did You Ever in Your Wildest Dreams Think They Could Mess Up Things This Much This Fast?

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Whenever I have lunch or dinner with someone – especially with recent events — I ask a very straightforward question. “In your wildest dreams did you ever believe they would muck things up this bad, this fast?” I use more vivid language, but I am against using such language in a public forum so I […]

They Won; He Did Not

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Editors’ Note: Some issues can be nuanced, some can’t. You either believe in limited government, balanced budgets, energy independence, strong defense, secure borders, or you believe in big government often run by the unconstitutional administrative state, constant deficit spending financed with printed money, banning fossil fuels and nuclear energy, open borders, and a weak defense […]

No, Republicans Do Not Like Putin

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In politics it is said if you can put your opponent on the defensive, you are winning. If you are the target, it is better to ignore the accusations as they will have you dancing to the opposition’s tune. Occasionally, it is worthy of addressing one of these positions as is the case now with […]

The Big Inflation Lie

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President Biden, no economic expert, wants to blame the high rate of inflation on the pandemic created shortages like computer chips stopping cars from being built. While supply chains were altered for a time and some products still have backlogs there are two major reasons that the inflation rate has accelerated to the highest it has […]

I Am Against Pandemic Misinformation

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Editors’ Note: The author accurately describes a dangerous and deadly failure of the government health agencies buttressed by a politically aligned media. The denial and non-recognition of natural immunity to the SARS CoV-2 pandemic as the very significant incidence of severe and  fatal reactions to the Covid vaccines is revealed (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System […]

How Biden Could Save His Presidency, But Won’t

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When columnists choose to advise elected officials and others from the opposing party how they might improve their political status, I have no objection. Typically, this is done by someone who is an “enlightened” columnist for a Left-wing publication disguising themselves as an independent voice providing observation from 10,000 feet looking down on the plebeians.  […]

Jewish Parents Again Acting Stupid

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If you have a conversation with Jewish parents of teenagers, typically their overwhelming focus is not just that their children attend college, but they must attend the “right” college. That college may have a history of educating children like theirs, but today it is more interested in two things: Extracting huge sums of money from […]

Positive Proof Affirmative Action a Failure

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The term “Affirmative Action” was first used in 1961 in an executive order by President John F. Kennedy.  Since that time, the term — which originally included race, religion, or national origin –-has been expanded to cover gender and sexual origination.  Intended to give equal opportunities to designated minorities by the general population, the term […]

In Defense of White People

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The current en vogue idea (dare I say “woke”) is to attack white people in the United States as if they are the devil incarnate. Our president does it regularly. Other white people have bought into this ridiculous line and humbled themselves unnecessarily. I am here to tell you, I am grateful for the white […]

Can Government Fix Their Messes?

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There are two overriding issues in Los Angeles as there are in most cities – 1) crime and 2) people living on our streets under the misnomer “Homeless.” You may recall I have worked on clearing an encampment in Studio City, CA, as laid out in my column, The Homeless Are More Important Than We […]