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Posted by: thepinetree on 05/17/2022 12:43 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 05/17/2022 12:44 PM
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Columbia Diggins Tent Town 1852! May 19 - 21

Columbia, CA...Columbia State Historic Park will present “Diggins Tent Town 1852”, a special living history event that recreates a 1852 tent town from the California Gold Rush from May 19 through May 21, 2022. Supporting this event will be over 150 costumed volunteers assisting park visitors as they experience the 1852 mining camp that is re-created in detail with period-accurate clothing, buildings, food and entertainment.





This living history event leads visitors through life in 1852 Columbia. This includes the powerful stories of early miners, women in the mines, and their politics and daily events. Meet the merchants, artisans and entertainers who have come to the Diggins to “mine the miners’ pockets.” Interact with and observe the lifestyles of the early miners as they prepare their meals, launder their clothing, and care for gardens and livestock. Learn about their crafts, how their children played, their music and other forms of entertainment – including gambling! A variety of foods, drinks and other items are available for purchase inside the event.

Open from 10am to 4pm daily. Admission to Columbia “Diggins 1852” is $10 per adult, $2 per child ages 4 through 12, and children 3 and under are free. There is no charge for parking or admission to the park.

Sponsored by the non-profit organization Friends of Columbia State Historic Park and Columbia State Historic Park.
For more information visit http://www.parks.ca.gov/columbiadiggins1852 or email Columbia State Historic park at columbiashp@parks.ca.gov.


Event occurs on 05/19/2022 from All Day to .



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Posted on: 2022-05-17 14:50:58   By: Anonymous
 
With the Democrats in power it's like living in tents again, no goods in the store, criminals running the government.

Great article about our Superhero president and bringing his "normal" back into the White House.

A headline in The Financial Times announced, “Biden signals return to normality on first day as president.” The CNN political analyst Chris Cillizza opined, “The single most radical thing that Biden has done in his first 48 hours of being president is act totally and completely normally.”
Yeah, well, a funny thing happened on the way to renewed normality — President Biden has engaged in one bizarre escapade after another as he’s crashed his presidency into the rocks of incompetence, tone-deafness and stubbornly misplaced priorities.

It’s not normal for a president to say things flagrantly at odds with his own administration’s position, but there was Joe Biden the other day saying that Vladimir Putin is committing genocide in Ukraine.
This statement fared about as well as his declaration that Putin has to be removed from power, or the distinction he made between a Russian invasion and “minor incursion” at a press conference prior to the war.

The president, his aides said of his latest meandering, “spoke from his heart” (Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland), and “is allowed to make his views known at any point he would like” (White House press secretary Jen Psaki).
This amounted to administration officials patting the president on the head and telling people not to take whatever he says too seriously.

(In this, Biden is continuing in the unfortunate tradition established by Donald Trump of issuing readily ignored presidential pronouncements.)
It’s not normal for a president to be such a tepid performer that it’s very difficult for him to command a stage.

It’s not normal for a president to misspeak so routinely that it almost seems strange when he gets it right.

It’s not normal for a president to shovel trillions of dollars into a growing economy, and then still want to spend trillions more when it’s clear that inflation is a real problem.
It’s not normal for a president to want to suppress US oil and gas production at the same time he begs OPEC to pump more.

It’s not normal for a president to open the floodgates for illegal migration at the southern border and pretend that if he doesn’t call the ensuring deluge a “crisis,” it somehow isn’t.

It’s not normal for a president to abandon his longstanding support for the Senate filibuster to try to pass a no-hope Democratic voting bill, and warn of looming autocracy if the legislation doesn’t pass.
It’s not normal — or shouldn’t be — for a president to extend an eviction moratorium that he knows is illegal.
It’s not normal for a president to abandon Americans in a foreign country after his withdrawal of US forces, against the advice of his generals, leads to a hostile force rapidly sweeping to power.

It’s not normal for a president’s son and brother to get millions of dollars in easy money from a company that is a cat’s paw of the Chinese government.

It’s not normal for a first-term president to be on the verge of becoming a lame duck because almost no one believes his assurances that he’s going to run again (only 41% of Democrats in a recent Wall Street Journal poll say they think Biden will run in 2024).

It’s a badly divided country at a time of growing threats abroad and of declining faith in US institutions. These are serious challenges that it would take deft, far-sighted presidential leadership to overcome. Instead, what’s on offer isn’t even above-average presidential leadership, and that’s not going to change.

For Joe Biden, this rocky, uninspired performance is indeed the norm.

Great article about having senile adults in the room isn't it?






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Posted on: 2022-05-18 00:21:30   By: Anonymous
 
This event should not be happening during Frog Jump when all the Calaveras County schools are not in session and cannot attend with an educational field trip! So disappointing!
And no, their families will not be taking them either this weekend!

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Such an odd thing for Huberty's campaign to reprint a nude photo of his female relative and then donate those funds to the local elementary/middle school. Even odder for the school to accept such an inappropriate donation. Only in Calaveras, I guess.

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