YOU ONLY NEED TO READ THE BOLDFACED/ITALICIZED/UNDERLINED PARAGRAPH BELOW!
“I’m not a Democrat or Carter Mondale fan, but read a Mondale quote which I wish Trump would abide by: “We told the truth, we obeyed the law and we kept the peace…”
Did you ever wonder if the woman, in SPCA ads, emotionally asking for donations to rescue dogs is pro abortion?
AOC graduated from Boston University with a BA degree in Economics? I certainly would not pay for my kids to go to that University if she’s an example of their Economics program.
Tired of all the political b.s.? Find a pickleball game near you. It’s fun, it’s easy, it’s sociable, It’s good exercise, and you’ll get hooked!
Previous BUZZ: “Don’t believe abortion is right? Then don’t have one. Otherwise butt out.” My BUZZ: Don’t believe gun ownership is right? Then don’t own one. Otherwise butt out.
If the wall doesn’t work, why does every Border Ranger I’ve seen interviewed say it does and wants the wall to go up. I’d add electricity.
Roger Stone, “the political operative and self-described dirty trickster…is the sixth Trump aide or adviser charged in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.” Where there’s smoke …
Strike 1: Doonesbury. Strike 2: Non-Sequitur. I will miss not having a daily newspaper for the first time in more than 50 years when the thought police throw Strike 3.
To the buzzer who is against the “wall” because there are better solutions. And they are…. What?
Let’s close down even more women’s health care groups like Planned Parenthood so the US can continue to have the highest rate of pregnancy-related deaths among developed nations.
There is a very simple way to avoid the abortion issue, and it’s free and easy-dont get pregnant-why can’t we promote that idea? Too old fashion? Please!
t’s long overdue, Congress must demand transcripts of conversations between Putin and Trump. It is in our national interest and security to know what was discussed, influenced, and agreed upon.
Buzzards, in 2018 less federal taxes were withheld for most, that means smaller refunds.People’s net pay increased. Get a clue as to how income tax works.
Bullying, threats, and calling out at H2GO meetings should stop. Comments are fine, bullying to get your way is not.
Just hope this Smollett fellow wasn’t simply a disciple of Miley Cyrus and now land himself a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame and a TV show of his own.
Buzzer who thinks increasing gun permit fees will reduce guns on streets: maybe legal guns but not the illegal. Those are the problem and their owners don’t get permits.
Ever wonder what percentage of federal Civil Service workers always vote for the Democrat candidate. Is it 70%, 80% or more? Such obvious hiring discrimination; time to file a Class Action lawsuit!”
Tony Ault, in Myvalleynews.com:
What the heck is pickleball? That is the question asked by many dignitaries attending the Friday, Feb. 22, dedication of Hemet’s newest pickleball courts at Valley-Wide Park and Recreation District’s Diamond Valley Lake Park.
The Hemet-San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce presided over the dedication and official ribbon-cutting ceremony while players hit their wiffle balls back and forth over the nets on the two new courts just outside of the Valley-Wide Aquatic Center, 1801 Angler Ave. in Hemet.
It was just minutes later that chamber chairman Lakshman Koka, interim Director Cyndi Lemke, Director Leonard Purvis and Allisha Paulk, field representative for 67th District Assemblyman Melissa A. Melendez, took up graphite paddles and a lightweight plastic wiffle ball to try their luck on one of the new courts.
“Wow, this is just like ping pong,” Lemke said as she popped the whiffle across the net to Paulk, who missed the return much to her dismay. None of the dignitaries had ever played the sport previously.
They quickly learned that wiffle ball is played on a court around one-third the size of a badminton court, using a modified tennis-style net, wooden or graphite paddles and a lightweight plastic ball. It contains elements of tennis, racquetball, badminton and table tennis.
Scoring is much like ping pong with a first bounce required on serve or return.
The game has become so popular across the country it wasn’t long before local players convinced the Valley-Wide Board of Directors to install the courts at the park.