When I got my stimulus check a few months ago, although it seems like ages ago, I promised […]
This is a continuation of my look back on my blog RedLetterLiving before I activate it again. It […]
For this Saturday post I give you my now completed µRV. It is a 1992 truck with a […]
The first thing I noticed about the latest Pew Research data was their view of the current Oval […]
What about the Republicans, especially McConnell who have enabled the idiocy of our times?
I too often take one of my most valuable blogging resources for granted. So I thank them for […]
One of the primary reasons for RJsCorner is to show you that not everyone is the same. I […]
He will do ANYTHING to prevent voters from exercising their most fundemental right.
As mentioned last Sunday, I am putting here some foundational posts from my blog at RedLetterLiving here before […]
It’s been an active week for backyard critters, so I thought I would give you a sampling for […]
I know that America is one of the few first world countries to never have had a king. […]
Do you really want to vote to keep this person as your president?
I remember writing my first real essay in high school in the early 1960s. I don’t remember what […]
You can think of my battlefield snippets as ammunition stored away in the battlefield trenches. They are primarily […]
It’s been four weeks now since I have talked about that despicable person who currently occupies the Oval […]
I’m going to jump in here with some thoughts that are unrelated to the current series. These thoughts […]
I have been contemplating just what I want to do with the Sunday’s posts here on RJsCorner. I […]
For this “chill out” Saturday post I thought I would give you a gallery of some of my […]
We Americans are among the most unhealthy people in the world and a big part of that is […]
There are certain people who will drag us into the 21st century whether we are ready for it […]
Some say America’s independent nature will prove to be our downfall. I can see some logic in that […]
Let’s face it, patience is just not much of a practiced virtue anymore. Proof of that is that […]
Given that much of the church of Jesus Christ has morphed into something entirely different, I feel compelled […]
I have spent about half my life now in rural America, so I am familiar with silos. But […]