By Douglas V. Gibbs
Okay, Political Pistachio readers, I know it's been a while, and the pause is over.
A month and a half ago the caretaker of a property I own on the Oregon Coast passed away. After an armed confrontation, and a lot of back and forth trips from Southern California to Oregon, I have the place locked up, secure, and two persons keeping a close eye on it. During that time period I also endured a court case (of which I won), and a break-down of my car during my last trip back home that set me back a bunch of hundreds of dollars and a couple days. Shortly after arriving home, I had to depart for Sacramento, which is where I am now, at the California Republican Assembly convention, as a member of the State Board.
Through it all I was unable to access my computer, missed four out of five of my radio programs, and I have fallen behind on my political activism and duties.
Tomorrow, I depart from Sacramento and head back home, where I will get back into the swing of things, updating much of what I do, and hammering forward full throttle.
Oh, and my next book is available: