What About This?

What About This?

There seems to be an amazing amount of voter suppression going on in several states, and I do not like it! Very interesting that all the fraud that legitimate voters are being protected against adds up to a miniscule total – I’ve heard the fraud in voting is .0003% (three out of ten thousand). As…

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What About This? By Wayne Cipriano

Walter Jessen passed away recently. He was living in Florida at the time but like so many of us he spent a great deal of his life in Illinois and then decided to live the balance of his life in Douglas County. Walter was a husband to three wonderful women, each of which we were…

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What About This?

They say the Covid-19 “Protect the World and Everyone in It” or whatever they are calling that 1.9 TRILLION DOLLAR spending bill has 350 BILLION DOLLARS in it for state, local, and tribal entities. Wow! What a fabulous opportunity for corruption not just de luxe, but perhaps as large an opportunity to steal that might…

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What About This? By Wayne William Cipriano

Well, just like you, I’m sure glad that’s over. In February? Just a couple of weeks before Spring? WOW! There is no way we can compare what we went through with those folks who had it really bad. Texas, where one of our daughters lives, got smacked deluxe. She hasn’t gotten her electric bill yet…

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What About This? By Wayne Cipriano

We got our Covid-19 vaccinations, and they were GREAT! Rosalie was all for the shot – I was a little more restrained. In fact, I vacillated right up to two days before our appointments. I talked it over with several neighbors, some family and heard a lot of the same reluctance I was feeling. Was…

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What About This? By Wayne Cipriano

Were you following the newspaper stories that reported the facemask protection experiments conducted by Mrs. Lawler’s third grade class at Ava Elementary School? The experiment investigated how effective a facemask can be in the prevention of “germ growth”. When we were reading about the experiment and considering the methodology in terms of the hypothesis, many…

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What About This? By Wayne William Cipriano

We watched the Inauguration. We toasted the new Administration – our new President, our new Vice-President. Rosalie cried. The strength, the resilience, the glory of a government that makes us the envy of most of the world. The place just about everyone would like to call home. And we thought about the Great Civics Lesson…

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What About This? By Wayne William Cipriano

What a fabulous opportunity we had. We were attacked by a virus that struck and injured and killed indiscriminately. No gender, no age, no religion, no political persuasion, no geographic location, no social nor economic class or condition, no level of education, no possession of talent of any sort provided immunity. Any of us might…

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What About This? By Wayne William Cipriano

The latest reports we have been getting from the most carefully protected area in the United States of America, the White House, and the many Covid-19 infections attacking the President and the many high-level personnel in the Administration and their families remind us that testing for Covid-19 means nothing. Even receiving test results from Covid-19…

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What About This? By Wayne William Cipriano

The idea that one of our United States of America Senators from Missouri is going to object to the Electoral College report as to the President and Vice President votes seems strange to me. I have read the Twelfth Amendment to our Constitution several times and I find no provisions for the Senate or the…

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