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 By James Abeare    Opinion    June 4, 2020

And just like that, people stopped talking about Covid-19

Let’s look at the riots of the last week. The cops have pretty much stood down and have taken a defensive posture. The protestors, though aggravating, have been fairly peaceful. The trouble comes...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    May 21, 2020

Things are slowly, slowly, starting to come back

Things are starting to come back. NASCAR restarted last Sunday with a race at Darlington, South Carolina. Golf had a small charity event also last weekend. Both without fans. With the nicer weather,...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    May 14, 2020

Sports starting up this week

I will admit when I am wrong and it looks like I am wrong in this. But, it looks like sports, especially professional sports, will start again this week. NASCAR is first up this weekend at...

 
 By James Abeare    Sports    April 30, 2020

Was the Draft a lesson in futility?

The National Football League conducted their annual draft last weekend, and the Lions’ results where pretty much mmh. Nothing spectacular, nothing too bad. No surprises. They filled some needs....

 

Nasty Nancy

On Nancy, Nancy, Nancy. Why make such a spectacle of yourself. It did in some way work. No one is talking about the speach, just about you tearing up the State of the Union speech. According to you...

 

KOBE

With all the lunacy going on in Washington the last week with the impeachment trial of President Trump, we were reminded last weekend of what is important. Nine people, including Kobe Bryant and his...

 

High school coach gets suspended for winning

A Long Island, New York, high school football coach was suspended for winning-and winning big time. The final score was 61-13. Now if you are a follower of American college football a score like that...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    April 18, 2019

Not in my backyard

For years, Sanctuary Cities across the country have been saying how open and welcoming they are to undocumented (illegal) immigrants. The mayor of Oakland, California, last year, warned undocumented i...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    March 21, 2019

The Meat Tax

According to Webster it is a tax on certain things that are made, sold, or used within a country. An excise tax, more commonly known as a “sin tax” is usually reserved for products that are...

 

The next Superman?

One of the hottest rumors circling around Hollywood these days is, Creed and Black Panther star, Michael B. Jordan might be the next Superman. Though Warner Bros. said the next Superman movie won't...

 

Fake does actually exist

The major mainstream media had a bad time last week, mostly brought on by themselves. It got so bad that special counsel Robert Mueller said to basically that the story about President Trump advising...

 

Political Correctness running wild, defies science

The politically correct crowd are starting to loose it. This time a school in England will start teaching children that all genders have periods. Yes, even the boys. Science is now standing on it’s...

 

The War on Christmas, 2018

This politically correct stuff is getting out of hand this holiday season. Oops better say Christmas season or the extreme Right will be upset. The P.C. forces and some on the Left are trying to...

 

What was he thinking?

Last week Kid Rock was in Nashville to be the Grand Marshall of the city’s Christmas parade. That Friday morning he was interviewed by Steve Doocy on FOX & Friends. The interview went very well exce...

 

Man 69, sues to be 49

People of this world just seem to get crazier and crazier. Remember my column on People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals declaring milk racist? Well this is another good one. A Dutch man, Emile...

 

Excelsior! Rest in Peace Stan Lee

Last Monday was a sad day for comic book fans the world over. Legendary comc book editor and multi-media giant Stan Lee died at the age of 95. He was preceded in death by his wifeJoan who had died in...

 

Milk, the official beverage of the Ku Klux Klan? Really....

Idiocy has reached a new level. The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has declared cow's milk racist. Is this what we have become? Declaring everything racist? And it isn't for what...

 

Okay, let's take a collective deep breath

Let us understand this right now. President Trump is not to blame for the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh or the sending of fake bombs to the Democratic leadership around the country. Any more than B...

 

Both sides protest, we just have to quit the violence

Mob: noun 1.a disorderly or riotous crowd of people. 2.a crowd bent on or engaged in lawless violence. 3.any group or collection of persons or things. Why start my column with a definition of the...

 

Football season 2018

It is finally here! Football season in the States. I have watched the Lions’ preseason, the first games for both Michigan and Michigan State and half of the Canadian Football League season and what...

 

World Health Organization declares bacon as bad for you as smoking

It was all over the internet last week. The World Health Organization came out with it’s final declaration that bacon causes cancer, just as much as smoking. Only the final study came out in the...

 

Are some Democrats trading a possible November win for their warped sense reality?

Do certain Democrats really want to win their elections in November? Not by what some have been saying. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo had the biggest recent gaffe, last week, when he said that...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    August 9, 2018

Did you remember to vote?

I know it was the primaries and you can't vote across party lines, but it was important to make your choices known for the general election in November. I don't like the fact that you can't vote...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    July 12, 2018

Trump's new SCOTUS justice pick

Face it, no matter who President Trump would’ve named to the Supreme Court, the Left would’ve come out against them. So much so, that one group sent out a press briefing, before Brett Kavanaugh...

 
 By James Abeare    Opinion    July 5, 2018

After a 60 year wait, Willie O'Ree enters Hockey Hall of Fame

It was 1958 and a little known winger, from the Quebec Aces, was called up to the Boston Bruins. That winger was Willie O'Ree, the first black hockey player in the National Hockey League. He is often...

 

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