We got our son into a Missoula Parks & Recreation day camp this past week.
It was called Ninja Warrior, and was just in the afternoons. And let me tell you - if I knew it was all the way up at Marshall Mountain, I would have chosen a different camp. I spent 8 hours this week driving up there and back each day.
Anyways, he had a fun time. It was the first time since mid-March that he was able to hang out with his peers.
I remember dropping him off on Monday. Other parents were dropping off their kids. One young boy seemed a bit apprehensive about going, like he didn’t want to leave his mom. In the end he did, and I bet he had a great week. I bet his mom had some much needed time to herself.
The point is, we’ve damaged our children something fierce. Kids need to hang out with other kids. For months, however, we’ve prohibited this. I just hope we don’t have long-term psychological problems because of this.
At the camp, all the counselors wore masks. Kids were required to have a mask, but they didn’t have to wear them all the time. Hand sanitizer was used a lot.
I’m not a fan of the masks, myself.
Remember when we had Memorial Day and the corporate news was in a tizzy about the Lake of the Ozarks crowds?
That was nearly a month ago now, and I never did hear about a surge in cases. That must have pissed the corporate media off something fierce.
They’ll be pissed when none of Trump’s Tulsa rally attendees come down with it.
I watched quite a bit of the rally last night on YouTube. I got a lot of laughs out of it. Trump is quite the humorous guy.
Sure were a lot of empty seats. The place held 20,000 and yet I figure only 8,000 people were there. I can’t find an exact number, but I did find this quote:
“The disappointing turnout is a blow to Trump and his Republican allies, who hoped the rally would kick start a new phase of the campaign after a politically brutal spring. National and swing-state polling show Trump trailing presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, amid mounting criticism of the president's handling of both the coronavirus and the protests against police brutality sweeping the nation.”
We know that TikTok social media users reserved tickets that they never planned to use.
My the left is scared...and crazy.
They’re afraid of Trump, and what he might say and the fact that people might hear it and actually like it and agree with it.
So they try their hardest to make sure people can’t hear him.
Why is the left so afraid of this man?
I wrote a letter to the editor today and submitted it to the Missoulian.
It was a letter thanking the Missoula police for doing what they do. Maybe in a week or two it’ll get published.
I don’t know why anyone would want to be a cop today. The radical left and the corporate media have turned America against the police.
But that’s not true. The huge, silent majority in this country supports the police. It’s just not reflected in the polls.
For instance, we know that 39% of Americans want to completely defund police, while 76% support partial-defunding. 38% of Americans support the Black Lives Matter movement.
I don’t support either.
I don’t think that officer in Atlanta should have been charged with anything in that Wendy’s parking lot. The man he was chasing pointed a weapon at his head and pulled the trigger.
But we’re living in the witch hunt days. You’re tried in the media. The cancel culture and the woke mob won’t have it any other way.
Bolton’s book is out. You can read it for free here.
The New York Times interviewed 511 epidemiologists about when things might get back to normal.
Here’s how many said they won’t do the following things until over a year from now:
- 64% won’t got to a concert or sporting event or play
- 52% won’t stop wearing a face mask
- 43% won’t go to church
- 42% won’t go on a date
- 42% won’t shake hands or hug
- 40% won’t go to the gym
- 37% won’t get on an airplane
- 19% won’t get a haircut
How strong is America?
So strong that our government has to borrow $23 million every minute from the Federal Reserve.
“The cost of World War I, World War II, The Korean War, The Vietnam War, The Gulf War, The Iraq War, and the War in Afghanistan combined, does not add up to this fiscal year’s budget.”
Prince has sold over 100 million albums. Nirvana has sold over 75 million. But we know who has the better guitars.
A guitar used by Nirvana sold for $6 million yesterday, while a guitar used by Prince fetched just $563,000.
Both of the people that played those guitars died because of their drug addictions.
In America, we know what’s important.
Montana may well have had its first musical concert in months on Friday night in Laurel.