America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- March 7 , 2015 – March 8 , 2015 Remember 9/11 ( Weekend Edition)

The Justice Department will be charging N.J. Senator Robert Menendez on corruption charges of using his office to help a Democratic donor.

That makes me wonder. Menendez criticizes Obama’s Iran policy and the Justice Department files charges. Who will be next?

The doctor’s diagnosis: Early Onset Clinton Fatigue NRO Corner

The Nuke Horse is out of the Barn

Can we finally be done with the Clintons? Amen to that

Rumors that Khamenei has died

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40 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- March 7 , 2015 – March 8 , 2015 Remember 9/11 ( Weekend Edition)

  1. Prairie says:

    Molly I’m very sorry to read of your friend’s passing. Deepest sympathies.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Thanks prairie. If she had been a computer person, she would have fit right in here. As it was, she relied on books and conservative talk radio.

    • Prairie says:

      It’s interesting to remember that there are still people who aren’t “computer people” left in society. That’ll be less and less as time goes on….good for her.

  2. Prairie says:

    Lysie, Mr. Obama is a muslim. No matter how hard the mainstream press and even FoxNews try to avoid drawing that conclusion, it’s really the only thing that explains it all. And speaking about the inexplicable:

    Colin Powell: I Still See a Dark Vein of Intolerance in GOP

    Apparently there is no racism present in the democrat party, right Mr. Powell?

  3. lysie says:

    The fishing men (3) are back from ice fishing. They say, the wind was so bad it took an ice fishing shelter ( not Greg’s ) off it’s mounting hooks and blew it away.

    When they returned I had for the 3 … Zita with sauce and mozzarella cheese. Italian bread, of course.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh that sounds so delicious..Is the cheese kind of melted on top??

      Joy, joy! It is so sunny out there and the wind and temps are fairly mild…..relative to what they have been! People were really out running this a.m. in the valley…always makes the drive to church a challenge. Very sweet to be back in church, plus this was confirmation Sunday. that was a blessing too.

      I think I wrote about a visit to a friend a couple or so weeks ago…well, she died while I was away. Her daughter left a message on the machine to call her, and I did that on Thurs. We had a good talk, and of course am so glad I was able to see her one last time. She had so much energy, was so talkative, I was sure we would see each other again, tho.

    • edinva says:

      Sorry to read of the loss of your friend, Molly. Glad you had the opportunity for a lively last visit.

      It’s almost spring-like here, too. Saturday and Sunday temps were into the 40s then 50s, so not much sign of the 6-8″ of s*** we got on Thursday. Quick turnaround. And, I am loving that extra hour of daylight, sleeping in to offset the lost hour. Heading to Richmond tomorrow for an overnight, by Wednesday it is forecast to be into the 60s there.

      Saturday afternoon I went to Old Town Alexandria’s St Patrick parade. It’s newer and smaller, so probably got stuck holding it 10 days early so key groups could march elsewhere on the 17th. It was fun, nonetheless. What I found interesting was that there were more groups of Latin American dancers in the parade than Celts!!! They DID have the ND alumni marching band, some Ancient Order of Hibernian types. Glad I went.

    • The Raven says:

      Oh no. So sorry to hear that.

    • Jemian says:

      I’m very sorry for your loss, but also am thankful you got to see her recently. Prayers ascending for you, he family and her other friends.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good fun, ED. And thanks for the wishes for my friend. The losses are coming faster now that we all age. I can see that now. But the memories are strong and enduring, plus faith in life eternal with the One who truly loves us.

  4. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good morning everyone! Love the red raspberries ..Great addition lysie to your breakfast! How’s the fishing going? I bet they get caught up a lot over the fishing, right? That’s the main thing….the companionship..

    • lysie says:

      The men are fishing again this a.m. Caught up , yes. Me, too. Doing things around the house while no one is under-foot…’cept animals.

    • tillacum says:

      Nice breakfast lysie. I’m going to try egg frittatas in a muffin pan this a.m. Everyone is still asleep.

    • lysie says:

      Good morning, till. Sometime, I must make an egg frittata in a muffin pan. Looks sooooo good.

  5. Prairie says:

    That makes me wonder. Menendez criticizes Obama’s Iran policy and the Justice Department files charges. Who will be next?

    No one, I’d wager. Although Joe Lieberman is generally on target with foreign policy, I haven’t heard him featured on any news segment about Stinky’s upcoming “Let’s Make a Terrible Deal” with Iran. He’s laying low as are the rest of them. The GOP is useless as usual.

    Good evening all.

  6. lysie says:

    I am at a loss for words.

    Obama leads the 50th anniversary of the ‘Bloody Sunday’ march in Selma, Ala., but he won’t , he doesn’t, etc. .______________________.

    Fill in the blank.

  7. Molly Pitcher says:

    Why American fell out of love with golf Thought this was kinda interesting

    The Week in Pictures: Email Edition Powerline

    Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner New Gov of Illinois and his challenges….Illinois is a mess….Good luck to him

    • lysie says:

      Golf?? Too laid back?? Not flashy enough for the younger generation? If they put a camera on the end of a golf club like Obama did …maybe the golf business will pick up.

      Ha! this week in pics. LOL

      Thanks, Molly.

      Greg’s brother and nephew are here from N.J. They are ice-fishing. IDIOTS….said in a loving way. 😉

    • lysie says:

      Ha! Nut and Yahoo!!! LOL

    • Jemian says:

      I really haven’t noticed a decrease in golf, neither players or courses. I think that our town of around 50,000 people had about seven golf courses. It seems to be more popular from my perspective.

    • tillacum says:

      The democrats took over the senate and congress in 2005. Our economy slumped and is still slumping. Golf takes time to play and a lot of people who may be interested in playing do not have the time, anymore, because they’re working or looking. Golf also takes money which may be scarce for people who may want to play. My thoughts.

    • tillacum says:

      OOPS, “The democrats too over the senate and congress in 2005, should be 2006” One must proof read before hitting Post Comment.

    • edinva says:

      Golf is just very expensive. And it does generally have that “old” man/woman aura. Younger people would rather hike, bike, etc.

  8. Jemian says:

    Good morning! Enjoy your weekend.

    • lysie says:

      Thanks. Hi, Jem. I researched Kuala Lumpur and found there are lots of shopping malls. Have fun.

      How is the rash?

    • The Raven says:

      Don’t forget to SPRING FORWARD one hour tomorrow. In Asia that’s 16 1/2 hours I think.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good reminder! Well the cell phones do it automatically, but our brains & bodies?? That’s another matter for sure.

    • tillacum says:

      Good evening Jem.

    • Jemian says:

      The rash is doing fine, neither increasing or decreasing. I suspect some sort of bug bites.

      Has spring arrived for anyone?

    • Jemian says:

      Rave, sixteen hours is took much for me to think about. At present we’re three hours ahead of central time, AND change from morning to evening, etc. On Sunday, we’ll be two hours ahead. Our, something like that.

      Here we measure distance and other things using the metric system. Someone commented that we must be good at converting. I answered that we don’t bother to convert, that we know approximates and it gets the job done. That ‘s how I deal with time zones. Approximates usually get the job done.

      It is Sunday morning ; the most glorious day of the week.

      “I was glad when they said unto me, ‘Let us go to the house of the Lord.'”

  9. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • The Raven says:

      Mendendez’s arrest sure does highlight the corrupt government. Holter’s last move.

    • lysie says:

      Or trying to get a story out there to lessen the Hillary email news.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That Menendez thing is very suspicious. There have been other NJ pols in trouble too the past years….how were they dealt with?

      Thanks for breakfast, and Jemian…your rash is pretty mild it sounds like.

      One of those hard to wake up mornings here. The engine doesn’t want to get going.

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