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Western Estate’s Adopt-the-Unfortunate Program – Day 2

Western Estate’s Adopt-the-Unfortunate Program – Day 2

This is part of my series on helping the homeless, make sure you read our story from the beginning! It feels good to do good.  After kissing the boys good night, and checking to make sure our new homeless friend Jerry hadn’t wandered off, I went up to bed.  What an exciting day it’d been.  What an exciting adventure we were all embarking on.  It feels good to do good.  To do what others won’t. That’s … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bobbie Dooley, Featured

Royal Wedding Invitation Nonsense

Royal Wedding Invitation Nonsense

The guest list for the royal wedding was just released and neither I, a veteran journalist who has interviewed members of the royal family not less than four times, nor my fantastic Hollywood producer husband, Frank, were not on it. This is an outrage. Have you seen some of the people who did make the list? Miriam Wiseman for one. She may smell like roses now with the well publicized magnanimity … Read entire article »

Filed under: A Little Bird Told Me

Western Estate’s Adopt-the-Unfortunate Program – Day 1

Western Estate’s Adopt-the-Unfortunate Program – Day 1

This is part of my series on helping the homeless, make sure you read our story from the beginning! Oh my!  We just got back an hour or so ago from picking out our homeless person.  It turned out to be more complicated than I thought!  Just as Steve, the kids, and I were all piling into the SUV, Steve said something very smart.  He said, “Bobbie, how are we going to get this person back … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bobbie Dooley, Featured

Keeping Kids Safe at Easter

Keeping Kids Safe at Easter

Holidays are always special times for families and children.  But it’s important to remember that certain holidays, like Easter, pose special dangers for children.  Advanced functional MRI studies I participated in at the psychiatric facilities of Atascadero State Hospital  showed that in certain patients the regions of the brain involved in perceiving cuteness overlapped with regions perceiving lust.  Penile plesmographs confirmed that many of these same patients would react with moderate to severe arousal when … Read entire article »

Filed under: Herb Sewell

Western Estate’s Adopt-the-Unfortunate Program

Western Estate’s Adopt-the-Unfortunate Program

You can hardly turn on the television these days without seeing the less fortunate paraded around to drum up funds for this or that charity.  Hungry children, lonely old people, grief stricken mothers, homeless cats and dogs, the list goes on.  But sending money is so last year.  A lot of those people got into trouble because of their poor choices, so giving them money or food or shelter won’t help anything.  That’s why my … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bobbie Dooley, Featured

Easter Protest by the Chicano People

Easter Protest by the Chicano People

On Sunday the little white bunny will be hopping up to all the little white boys’ and girls’ houses, leaving them candy and Easter eggs.  But what about my people?  Where did our conejito go?  The white people stole it from us, like they stole Texas, like they stole New Mexico, like they’re stealing the rest of our culture.  They don’t teach it in the Anglo schools but the rabbit bringing Easter eggs and candy … Read entire article »

Filed under: Dave Oliva, Featured

Make College Students Prove Citizenship

Make College Students Prove Citizenship

My little boy Seth is all grown up and heading off to college next year, so our family just got back from spending his spring break touring some of the college campuses within our home state of California.  One thing that surprised my husband, Steve, and I as we went from campus to campus was how many people didn’t quite look like us.  Now, we’re not racist, we love people of every color, but it … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bobbie Dooley, Featured

No Tsunami Dogs in the USA

No Tsunami Dogs in the USA

If you love dogs like we do, then it’s time we put our foot down.  While we feel deeply for the plight of the abandoned dogs in Japan following the devastating earthquake and tsunami, we can’t let our own dogs suffer as a result.  We must immediately ban the importation of dogs from Japan and prevent our kennel clubs from recognizing future radiation-created mutant dog breeds.  The Japanese are well known for their love of … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bobbie Dooley

Japan is Making Us Look Like Fools

Japan is Making Us Look Like Fools

This week my lawyer Delores Blasingame will file a lawsuit in my name against the Japanese government seeking damages for infliction of emotional distress related to the Japanese people’s unnaturally calm response to the devastating earthquake and tsunami what they had over there.  The Japanese people have made all of us Americans look like fools, for our emotional and public reactions to recent disasters like Hurricane Katrina.  At a time when our nation faces the … Read entire article »

Filed under: Steven Bosell

Let’s All Help the Japs!

Let’s All Help the Japs!

I think as parents we all hope that our children will one day prove that our investment of time and energy wasn’t wasted, that they will show the capacity to give back, to make a difference, to take over for us, keeping the world beautiful, and safe, and full of the right sort of ideals and people.  For one of my boys, Seth, that day came yesterday. We were all saddened by what was going on … Read entire article »

Filed under: Bobbie Dooley, Featured