America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- January 4, 2016 – January 8, 2016 Remember 9/11


We are looking at 2 significant stories in the days ahead…

The first is 0’s plan to close certain gun sales via executive action. This is getting a fair amount of publicity already.

Then there is the growing tension between Saudia Arabia and Iran. How hot will this become? The danger is directly connected to 0’s strange plays in the area…withdrawing, yet at the same time forging a disastrous agreement with Iran.

And these 2 stories will impact item # 3: the Iowa caucuses at the end of the month, with the candidates making their final pitches for votes.

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A terrible story from PJM, and some other outlets like Brietbart…

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76 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- January 4, 2016 – January 8, 2016 Remember 9/11

  1. Prairie says:

    Terrible about the police officer shot by the ISIS allegiance mook in Philly. The idiot Philly mayor says it has nothing to do with islam. Praise God the officer is alive although he’ll have to have a lot of surgery.

  2. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    Jem, Molly, Rav and all. Thank you for the birthday best wishes. I’m so happy to have all of you as friends. ((Group hug))

    • edinva says:

      Happy, happy birthday, lysie! Hope it’s a wonderful day and year ahead for you. Any big plans? I suppose a little dancing might be in store? Whatever you do, very best and warmest wishes to you, our Chef in Chief.

    • tillacum says:

      Happy Birthday sweet girl. Greg, give her a great big Birthday ((((HUG)))) for me. thanks.

    • lysie says:

      Thanks ed and till.


    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Wow, does that look good, I think there’s enough for all of us, too.

      Well we are in the city of oyster po’boys, pralines, and beignets, and loads more…for a few days. Alas, our luggage did not quite make it over from ATL, but will be delivered later tonite, so they say.

      Prayers lifted for that stalwart Philly police officer.

    • edinva says:

      Molly, I think I’m a tad jealous. Used to love NOLA, but haven’t been since 2004, the year before Katrina. How do you like it now ? I’m sure there have been some improvements over pre-Katrina? Have fun! (how can you not?)

  3. Molly Pitcher says:

    lysie,Birthday Greetings!

    (with special thanks to Raven for the gif)…

  4. Prairie says:

    Good evening everybody. Just got back from a concert featuring our good friends. They had a good-sized crowd and everybody enjoyed themselves a lot. This is a man and his wife and he had three songs that he wanted to play dobro on so they asked me to come up and back them up on guitar.

    It was fun although if I’d known about it in advance, I would’ve worn a better shirt….

  5. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  6. Molly Pitcher says:

    Rough day ahead on Wall street: Chinese market crashed overnight. Futures here already way down.

  7. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  8. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • The Raven says:

      Up early today.

      Annie get yur gun

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Hey, ho….guns must Go!

      Good morning, and thanks for the excellent start, lysie

    • lysie says:

      Good morning, Rav and Molly everyone.

      Another brrrrr day, then in the mid 30s.

    • The Raven says:

      It was cold in Florida last night….in the 40’s. Didn’t have heat

    • lysie says:

      That is cold for Florida, Rav. We are happy you have the internet.

      My brother and sister-in-law bought a place near Lake Wales. They will be snow-birds.

    • tillacum says:

      Golly I’ve been busier than a one-armed paper hanger, with it tied behind me. I’ve done turnips, cabbage and beets. I never knew how many “strings” turnips and beets had. In the grocery there are no strings hanging off of them. Now I need to find some sort of a tumbler to wash and destring these critters. We have a bunch of these still in the garden. My kales is so pretty. They are growing in truck tires stacked one on top of the other. For spring and summer planting, I think I’m going to put in herbs, in pots. The pots will be set in the earth, now in the tires, so the herbs can still have damp, well fed roots We have quite a few brightly painted car tires, and we’re filling those with pansies and TX winter flowers.
      When we began this garden, we heard there had been a “sweet” water well for the mules, horses and people. We looked and looked for it, couldn’t find it. We planted some crepe myrtles and WE FOUND THE WELL!! We found it when the tree began sinking into it. Now we need to dig up the tree and reactivate the well. We’re thinking of putting a windmill over it, with a stone surrounding it, and pipe the water for the gardens. It will take time and labor, but it will be fun. I’m still waiting for a picket fence but so far I’m the only one thinking it would be nice. When I bring it up, I get looks, similar to the looks the women, who were behind Clinton yesterday, gave him. Bored. Tomorrow, we’ll be pulling more in soil veggies, snip some kale, mustard greens, cabbages and something someone planted, but don’t know what it is, yet. It’s pretty.

    • lysie says:

      Wow! You have been busy. Thanks for the gardening report. After reading it I closed my eyes to visualize it. Very nice.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes, it’s easy to visualize…love the windmill idea. Thanks till

  9. Prairie says:

    ED said in an earlier post: I think it helped that he was personally in attendance when the terrorists attacked the stadium during the soccer game.

    I agree fully. I have maintained for a very long time that whenever senator’s and president’s families (or themselves) are impacted, then we will see action and not before. Good afternoon all.

  10. lysie says:


  11. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. Thanks for the start, Molly.

  12. edinva says:

    G’day, Molly… the fun is over, back to business as usual tomorrow. Not ready! The most treacherous time ahead will be after election day, especially if the Rs hold the House and Senate and take the WH. BHO will go nuts (ok, more nuts) and as bad as what we’re imagining he’ll do, it’ll be a few magnitudes higher. And if a President Trump is about to be inaugurated, the suicide rate in DC will accelerate. Significantly.

    Nothing like another Middle East conflict between SA and Iran, with a spineless USA. Did you see that Francoise Hollande, of all people, has introduced legislation in France to strip terrorists (and, I assume suspected terrorists and affiliates of terrorist organizations) of their French citizenship? Have you ever in your life seen a more dramatic change in a nation’s leader? Ever? This is a serious 180. I think it helped that he was personally in attendance when the terrorists attacked the stadium during the soccer game. Different from hearing/reading about an incident. I wish something would happen to ‘strengthen’ our current WH occupant. Won’t say leader. Maybe I should tell DD to go ahead and apply for French citizenship? My grand either is already a dual American-French citizen or the paperwork is in process. I don’t know how that works. And for the record I do disapprove of dual citizenship.

    Hopefully the coming week(s) and month(s) play out better than we’re foreseeing.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Hi ED…Hollande is getting criticism from his own party about his plan…..some folks will never learn….How did the anniversary party go??? Happy Anniversary, too!

    • tillacum says:

      Until we have a strong leader in OUR whitehouse, we’ll stay one the bottom rung of a ladder
      How about the democrats having a snit because the Donald is talking about America’s worst abuser of women. (Actually it’s both of them)

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