America the Right Way – Staying Vigilant February 22 , 2014 and February 23 , 2014 ( Weekend Edition)

A few days ago a friend told me about her daughter-in laws problem concerning a family court judge’s decision. The daughter in law has two girls from a previous marriage. The girls are 13 an 15. The ex husband bought cellphones knowing that she didn’t agree. The girls were caught going on Facebook at 3 a.m. With that happening the mother said she wanted the girls to leave the phones in a basket in the kitchen and not with them in their bedrooms. The judge ruled that she could NOT take the cellphones away from her two girls.

Can anyone imagine what your parents would say if a judge ruled something like that when you were young? I would like to know what authority that judge has to make a decision like that.

*shaking head in disbelief*

The collapse of the Left’s favorite socialist paradise Daily Telegraph

The week in pictures Powerline…vortex from hell edition…..

Sticking its big nose into the newsroom

Giving up on Washington RCP

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13 Responses to America the Right Way – Staying Vigilant February 22 , 2014 and February 23 , 2014 ( Weekend Edition)

  1. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  2. lysie says:

    When I was a child I wanted this for Christmas,

    but mom bought this:

    Call the judge. 😉

    • edinva says:

      lyse, G’day to all: One has to wonder – but not too hard – about how the case came to be in the court in the first place. Sounds like dear old dad is doing everything possible to create havoc between mom and the girls. If the parents were together and in accord they could settle that 3am problem real quick… just terminate the service. Sad, and it’s repeated across the country thousands of times over, with permanent damage to the kids. These are the real costs of divorce.

      We are again supposed to get into the 60s today, and it’s sunny. Lovely respite, however brief it may be.

    • lysie says:

      Agree, ed , regarding divorce. Anyone who can play “payback” with a child is despicable.

      How are you doing?

  3. lysie says:

    LOL re: the week in pictures.

    Oh! The United Auto Workers is challenging last week’s vote by workers at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn. They say “interference by politicians and outside special interest groups” swayed the election.

    Hahahaha!! What a bunch of whiny hypocrites.

  4. lysie says:

    I would suggest to the judges that they should be more concerned about the increase in US of infants born with addictions.

    State Department of Health statistics show Onondaga County has the highest rate of newborns with drug-related problems in New York State.

  5. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Goodness…that judge has offered to raise those two girls it sounds like.

      The mother should present the judge with the next month’s clothing bill, but then she would be charged with contempt of court.

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