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Santa Monica, Calif.

August 18: California Blackouts One Sign of a Slow Slide

California is sliding slowly towards socialism and an inevitable collapse, thanks largely to self-imposed problems.
colelge students

August 17: Colleges Wrestle with Party Culture in COVID Era

Campus life is presenting a host of challenges for universities and the cities and towns where they are located.

August 16: Coronavirus Levels Off

The United States reported 50,335 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours, bringing the total nu,ner of cases to 5.37 million.  Deaths...
Boarded up storefront. Image by RJA1988 from Pixabay.

It’s Getting Bad Out There

The lockdown started five months ago and the rioting 10 weeks. The combination is ruining the quality of life in major cities.
Woman in pink dress, blue mask, and sunglasses in California. Photo by kevin turcios on Unsplash.

August 15 Report: California Leads Nation in COVID-19 Cases

While California leads the nation with more than 600,000 cases of Coronavirus, officials try to crack down on underground parties and raves.
The canned soup aisle at Walmart.

August 14 Diary: The Shelves are Full Again

The canned soup aisle at our Walmart has been restocked. Other products are also back in stock, including toilet paper.
Coronavirus and DNA strand

August 14: Living with the Threat of COVID-19

Even as coronavirus cases stabilize in the U.S., it should be clear to all that COVID-19 is here to stay.
COVID-19 mask wearers on lockdown.

August 13 Report: COVID-19 Creeps Across Western Europe

COVID-19 cases are on the uptick in Western Europe signalling the possible start of another wave. Meanwhile starting to decreases in the U.S. but could worsen this winter.
Riot police in Washington, DC. Photo by Ryan Kosmides on Unsplash.

The Prepping Community Grows Concerned About the Future

Months of protests, looting, attempts to defund the police, and the growing chasm between the those with socialist/communist leanings and those in favor of capitalism and the free market are causing preppers to worry and to step up their prepping activities.
Texans from the class of 2020. Photo by Mike&Noemi Gonzalez on Unsplash.

August 12 Report: The School Question and COVID-19

If K-12 education is as important as the teachers want you to think it is, then why aren't they back at school? It's either essential or it's not; you can't have it both ways.