Once again, profuse apologies for the scarce posting.
This setting up of a new house in Raleigh has proved much more complicated and time-consuming than initially thought. You know, "no plan survives first contact . . . " We now have a major water leak in the kitchen and, and, never mind . . . it's all too dreary and matches the national mood, to wit, malaise caused by a drip.
That drip, by the way, is what one of my Diplosons calls the "Entity known as Biden."
Have we ever had a more invisible, implausible, malevolent, and, well, fraudulent presence in the White House? That is not a rhetorical question. We have no president. We have a cabal of vindictive leftoid progressives out to undo the West and recreate it in the image of . . . what? Communist China? Stasi GDR? Orwell's 1984? Whatever it is, it's unpleasant, unfree, and unwelcome.
Couple of bright spots.
President Trump's speech at CPAC was pretty good. Nice rallying cry. Of course, it doesn't mean anything unless we can fix our electoral system to reflect how American citizens actually vote. If the GOP wants to save itself from another round of fraud, and from the disaffection of a growing number of Americans it must get rid of the RINOS, and use its still considerable clout at the state level to restore integrity to the voting process. Otherwise, why bother to vote? Why bother to do anything political of a peaceful nature?
The other bright spot?
The total collapse of the Golden Globes. I can't find anybody who watched it. More people seemed to have watched Trump's speech, despite the efforts to censor it, than that politically correct, oh-so progressive awards show. Has anybody even heard of the shows and films being awarded? Hollywood is dead and is only gradually realizing it. A good thing.
I will try to write more later, if life allows.