America the Right Way – Staying Vigilant March 15 , 2014 and March 16 , 2014 (Weekend Edition)

The EPA has fined a Wyoming man $75,000 per day for building a pond on his property. This is happening even though the property owner, Andy Johnson, has a permit from the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office approving the pond.

What next? The EPA will tell us how often we should mow our lawns? We can’t have a vegetable garden? I wouldn’t put anything past that agency.

An Unworkable Law unfixable too….Fox News Commentary

Political Wrecking Ball That would be you-know-who…..

Quote, Unquote Presidency Jonah Goldberg

This week in Pictures: Bossypants Edition Powerline

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24 Responses to America the Right Way – Staying Vigilant March 15 , 2014 and March 16 , 2014 (Weekend Edition)

    • lysie says:

      Oh! That’s a good one. Thanks, Molly.

      It’s hard to believe that our youngest horse is 11 years old today. I spread a layer of apples in a cake plate, topped it off with smashed bananas for a frosting like topping and added 11 baby carrots for candles.

      I know. I’m crazy, but I did it for Sarah. We sent her a photo. She misses her boys.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh that is fun to read. Happy birthday to Sarah’s dear horse

  1. tillacum says:

    Prairie, I think you’re right about the plane in some Islamic country. I heard the pilot had a 777 plane simulator in his home. This has been a long term hijacking. I’m concerned with the life of the passengers.

  2. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  3. Molly Pitcher says:

    Evening all. The latest on 370?? That the plane flew more than 7 hours westward after the transponder was turned off.

    Those poor passengers.

    • Prairie says:

      I think the plane landed somewhere in some Islamic dung heap. I could be wrong…

      Posting this with a new tablet I got today…. Hope I like it…. I have 15 days to evaluate it

    • Jemian says:

      I thought I’d drop in. We have an overzealous IT administrator now who put new site-blocking software on the system. There are more things blocked, it seems, than available. I was looking for jeans at LLBean and when I filtered for the right size and style, the system returned with “blocked, pornography.” Big sigh.

      I haven’t seen the plane either. Those poor passengers.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Hi Jemian We miss you…sorry about the computer issues.

      prairie 15 days seems like a good amount of time, right?

    • edinva says:

      Molly…Don’t you imagine Hollywood screenwriters are working feverishly on the Malaysian Air story right now… had they submitted it beforehand it would have been dumped in the trash. My latest thinking per some reading of various possibilities is that the pilot took the plane up to 45K feet before descending to 23Kfeet. He used his oxygen, didn’t release for passengers, killing them. Where/how he went on from there is anyone’s guess. He sounds like a total crackpot.

  4. edinva says:

    Lovely breakfast, lysie, thank you!

    Molly, EPA is so far out of control, and SCOTUS didn’t help any by telling them,basically, they know what they’re doing and no one else does. EPA and FDA are my personal least favorite government agencies. In order to stay alive as massive bureaucracies, they’ve gone so far beyond their primary missions. Yes, we want safe drugs and clean water, but not the govt intrusion into every last aspect of our lives and businesses.

    Beautiful, sunny day we’re enjoying, with temps forecast to reach 63. Monday’s high expected to be 30, with 80% chance of s***. Thursday we hit 70 mid-afternoon, then 23 overnight. Really, I’ve had enough fun with this and am good and ready for Spring. Can’t imagine how you folks in CNY and Ohio are managing.

  5. tillacum says:

    lysie, the epa has been ruining homesteads, small businesses, corporations for years. We need to
    rid this power hungry department from the government.

  6. Molly Pitcher says:

    That’s very cheery. Thanks lysie

  7. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • tillacum says:

      That looks good.
      We just returned from hubby’s commander’s funeral. All the fellows, but 3, turned out. Sad but good memories. He was a people person. Served in WWII, Korea and Viet Nam. Good strong Christian. The men shared stories with his son, after the funeral.
      They were happy memories of what he’d done for each and every one of them. It was
      nice. I miss him, he came to every BBQ, arrived a couple of days early to help and
      we’d play golf, he was a good golfer. He showed me how to peel boiled eggs. He’d
      arrive in his Porsche and we’d go for a drive. I drove, I raced eons ago. We’d go to
      a back road, he’s say “Let ‘er rip”, a couple of times he tightened his seat belt. We
      had a good time on the drives. I miss him.

    • Prairie says:

      The best thing, till, is that he was a strong Christian. That makes death so much easier to bear, not to say there isn’t still grieving involved. I thank him from the bottom of my heart for his service and rejoice that he now rests in Jesus’ care.

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