America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- March 21, 2016 – March 25, 2016 Remember 9/11

Hello!

The 0bamas have arrived in Cuba for their cozy, friendly visit. Will he meet with dissidents? Likely not…

There are reports that Trump may meet soon with R establishment leaders.

Voters already rejected Judge Garland in 2014….

0’s Collateral Damage

Multiple terror attacks

Raul Flaps 0’s Limp Wrist

3 thoughts on the Brussels Attacks Michael Rubin

The 0bama Doctrine Applied Powerline

What Europe needs to do next…. Ralph Peters

Clinton’s email scandal IBD Editorial

0bama Extraction Countdown:43 Weeks

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93 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- March 21, 2016 – March 25, 2016 Remember 9/11

  1. The Raven says:

    I was reading something this morning which referenced polls suggesting the House is up for grabs if Trump runs. Argh. The Conservative’s are fighting on how many fronts now? Trump, Obama, ISIS, Marxism, Socialism, Democrats, the Supreme Court, illegals, the IRS, and even college students. Sad thing is once we go to the dark side, there is no turning back. Only more areas of the Constitution to discard. And for what?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      It gets harder and harder to recover, I agree. It can be done, tho. But we keep fighting a defensive war, and the ground is shrinking.

    • edinva says:

      Rs have absolutely no one to blame but themselves if they lose the House and/or Senate. What advantage has there been to having R majorities? Any? Bunch of girly men is what they are, cowering before the other girly-man, Tangobama. They were voted into FIGHT Obama. Guess they didn’t connect the two thoughts

    • The Raven says:

      edinva…the House did put a damper on the spending spree of the Dems.

    • edinva says:

      Honestly, Rav, all they do is trade off on their respective parties’ priorities. Rs agree to higher social spending if Ds will agree to higher military spending. Bottom line … zillions more $ spent, and they all go home happy, leaving you, me, our kids, our grandkids strapped with all the debt. So our debt is now only $19TRILLION vs the $20 TRILLION it would be in D control? Can’t say it makes me feel good, or that i see a particularly strong reason to work to elect a R-majority Congress. Sick of the whole damned bunch of them! (but I bet you couldn’t tell!)

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Thanks for the Friday tuneful video, Raven. I didn’t hear Limbaugh.

      We went to a wonderful food store….all sorts of things..varieties of mayonnaise, you’d never know existed…that sort of thing, plus Easter cookies and cakes…Chocolates and cheeses…I picked up some prepared beef stroganoff , vegetables…clam chowder and French bread. Oh and cooked chicken thighs. I could have gotten lots more, but I told my husband to get me out of there fast…after we paid, of course.

    • The Raven says:

      Well, the chicken is low carb, Molly.
      We’ve been scoping groceries near our new winter home area here in FL. There’s a seafood & fresh produce place with real low prices and a constantly overflowing parking lot. The locals go after dinner when it calms down, but the produce is a half day old by then.
      Also an orange orchard near by with real sweet orange juice and orange sherbet & vanilla swirl ice cream cones.
      There’s also some Ohio-based transplanted Amish down here. They have a restaurant which is also constantly overflowing called Der Dutchman – plain old comfort food buffet style eating.
      And for low carb diet busters, there is a drop dead delicious donut shot up the road. Every day there is a 15-30 minute wait in the morning with a line out the door.

      All of the above is exactly 17 inches

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Ha…17 “, that’s good.

      I believe the original Der Dutchman is south of us at home, that is…maybe along l 71 on the way to Columbus…maybe he decamped to FL.??

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Wow, that is a wonderful image and thought!

    • edinva says:

      The “Easter Parade” reminded me of Easter 1977. I was living in NYC. My cousin and I decided we’d *do* the Easter Parade! Went to an Easter Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral, all decked out. Walked along “the Avenue,” and up to Central Park. I’d gone to Bonwit Teller and bought an “Irene of New York” hat .. “IoNY” did all the hats for the movie. Mine was almost as big as the one Judy Garland is wearing … with a Carmen Miranda twist .. all kinds of fruits around the band. We were the very picture of Little Ladies! Followed with lunch at the Pierre. Very, very fahncy day!! And fun. I’d had pix but they got lost somewhere along the line. But I still have the memory!

    • lysie says:

      Thanks ed and Molly for this gif. Yum!

  2. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • lysie says:

      Sciatica continues. 😦

    • lysie says:

      This is a very good story for everyone; baseball fan or non-fan; male or female; leader or follower; father or mother; young or old! Yes, everyone!

      (This is an excerpt from a blog of Chris Sperry, former head baseball coach at University of Portland, after he attended the American Baseball Coaches Assoc. convention in 1996.)

      Don’t Widen the Plate

      In Nashville, Tennessee, during the first week of January, 1996, more than 4,000 baseball coaches descended upon the Opryland Hotel for the 52nd annual ABCA convention.
      While I waited in line to register with the hotel staff, I heard other more veteran coaches rumbling about the lineup of speakers scheduled to present during the weekend. One name, in particular, kept resurfacing, always with the same sentiment — “John Scolinos is here? Oh man, worth every penny of my airfare.”

      Who is John Scolinos? I wondered. No matter, I was just happy to be there.

      In 1996, Coach Scolinos was 78 years old and five years retired from a college coaching career that began in 1948. He shuffled to the stage to an impressive standing ovation, wearing dark polyester pants, a light blue shirt, and a string around his neck from which home plate hung — a full-sized, stark-white home plate. Seriously, I wondered, who is this guy?

      After speaking for twenty-five minutes, not once mentioning the prop hanging around his neck, Coach Scolinos appeared to notice the snickering among some of the coaches. Even those who knew Coach Scolinos had to wonder exactly where he was going with this, or if he had simply forgotten about home plate since he’d gotten on stage.

      Then, finally … “You’re probably all wondering why I’m wearing home plate around my neck. Or maybe you think I escaped from Camarillo State Hospital,” he said, his voice growing irascible. I laughed along with the others, acknowledging the possibility. “No,” he continued, “I may be old, but I’m not crazy. The reason I stand before you today is to share with you baseball people what I’ve learned in my life, what I’ve learned about home plate in my 78 years.”

      Several hands went up when Scolinos asked how many Little League coaches were in the room. “Do you know how wide home plate is in Little League?”After a pause, someone offered, “Seventeen inches,” more question than answer.
      “That’s right,” he said. “How about in Babe Ruth? Any Babe Ruth coaches in the house?” Another long pause. “Seventeen inches?” came a guess from another reluctant coach. “That’s right,” said Scolinos.

      “Now, how many high school coaches do we have in the room?” Hundreds of hands shot up, as the pattern began to appear. “How wide is home plate in high school baseball? “Seventeen inches,” they said, sounding more confident. “You’re right!” Scolinos barked.

      “And you college coaches, how wide is home plate in college?” “Seventeen inches!” we said, in unison.

      “Any Minor League coaches here? How wide is home plate in pro ball?” “Seventeen inches!” “RIGHT!

      And in the Major Leagues, how wide home plate is in the Major Leagues?” “Seventeen inches!” “SEV-EN-TEEN INCHES!” he confirmed, his voice bellowing off the walls.

      “And what do they do with a a Big League pitcher who can’t throw the ball over seventeen inches?” Pause. “They send him to Pocatello!” he hollered, drawing raucous laughter. “What they don’t do is this: they don’t say, ‘Ah, that’s okay, Jimmy. You can’t hit a seventeen-inch target? We’ll make it eighteen inches, or nineteen inches. We’ll make it twenty inches so you have a better chance of hitting it. If you can’t hit that, let us know so we can make it wider still, say twenty-five inches.’”

      Pause. “Coaches …” Pause. ” … what do we do when our best player shows up late to practice? When our team rules forbid facial hair and a guy shows up unshaven? What if he gets caught drinking? Do we hold him accountable? Or do we change the rules to fit him, do we widen home plate?

      The chuckles gradually faded as four thousand coaches grew quiet, the fog lifting as the old coach’s message began to unfold. He turned the plate toward himself and, using a Sharpie, began to draw something. When he turned it toward the crowd, point up, a house was revealed, complete with a freshly drawn door and two windows.

      “This is the problem in our homes today. With our marriages, with the way we parent our kids. With our discipline. We don’t teach accountability to our kids, and there is no consequence for failing to meet standards. We widen the plate!” Pause. Then, to the point at the top of the house he added a small American flag.

      “This is the problem in our schools today. The quality of our education is going downhill fast and teachers have been stripped of the tools they need to be successful, and to educate and discipline our young people. We are allowing others to widen home plate! Where is that getting us?”

      Silence. He replaced the flag with a Cross.“And this is the problem in the Church, where powerful people in positions of authority have taken advantage of young children, only to have such an atrocity swept under the rug for years. Our church leaders are widening home plate!”

      I was amazed. At a baseball convention where I expected to learn something about curveballs and bunting and how to run better practices, I had learned something far more valuable. From an old man with home plate strung around his neck, I had learned something about life, about myself, about my own weaknesses and about my responsibilities as a leader. I had to hold myself and others accountable to that which I knew to be right, lest our families, our faith, and our society continue down an undesirable path.

      “ If I am lucky,” Coach Scolinos concluded, “you will remember one thing from this old coach today. It is this: if we fail to hold ourselves to a higher standard, a standard of what we know to be right; if we fail to hold our spouses and our children to the same standards, if we are unwilling or unable to provide a consequence when they do not meet the standard; and if our schools and churches and our government fail to hold themselves accountable to those they serve, there is but one thing to look forward to …” With that, he held home plate in front of his chest, turned it around, and revealed its dark black backside. “… dark days ahead.”

      Coach Scolinos died in 2009 at the age of 91, but not before touching the lives of hundreds of players and coaches, including mine. Meeting him at my first ABCA convention kept me returning year after year, looking for similar wisdom and inspiration from other coaches. He is the best clinic speaker the ABCA has ever known because he was so much more than a baseball coach.

      His message was clear: “Coaches, keep your players — no matter how good they are — your own children, and most of all, keep yourself at seventeen inches.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Am sorry to read that…very sorry. Someone was telling me recently about some exercises that seemed to help her.
      Your trip to the busy NY metro area….quite a different environment right?

    • lysie says:

      Yes about the exercise. I must find the time to research it and do it. Thanks for the reminder.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh that was a wise, wise coach….man. I will be thinking of that all day…17 inches…..and send it on to others, too! Thanks lysie for taking the time to post that.

    • lysie says:

      You are welcome.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      We went to a restaurant here last night with son and his friends..we call them all our Portland sons..anyway I had some cornbread with molasses butter! Yum! Love the hot cross buns you fixed!

    • lysie says:

      Oh yum. I love cornbread. That and biscuits. I’m hungry. LOL

    • The Raven says:

      Those of you listening to Rush just heard that slippery female pro-Trump lawyer call in and blame Cruz for Trump’s character defects.

  3. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    Our past few days…We left Tues. for New Rochelle at 6:30am. We arrived about 1 pm. Greg worked from 2pm-12:30am. Wednesday morning we woke up at 6:30 am…. had breakfast at 8. We were on the road by 10:00 a.m. for the 300 plus mile drive home. We were home around 5:00 p.m last night after making a few stops at stores along the way.

    • The Raven says:

      Morning quote:

      Section 6103 does not entitle the IRS to keep secret every internal IRS document that reveals IRS mistreatment of a taxpayer or applicant organization—in this case or future ones. Section 6103 was enacted to protect taxpayers from the IRS, not the IRS from taxpayers.

      – Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals after the Justice Department argued the IRS Tea Party targeting files are protected by Section 6103 of the U.S. tax code, which was intended to protect taxpayers by assuring confidential returns.

    • The Raven says:

      Yankees in the news:
      I was just reading A-Rod’s retirement in 2017 announcement. He needs 76 homers to be the all-time leader. Looking over the list of career homer leaders, the influence of steroids in the 90’s is certainly there (Barry Bonds is #1, A-Rod #4, Sosa #8, McGuire #10. Ken Griffey Jr #6 is presumed clean but it is easily hidden so who knows. So far, the ‘roid users are excluded from the hall of fame

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good morning….thanks lysie for the breakfast.

      I read that Joe Garagiola has died.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That’s a good ruling, yes! Glad you brought that up

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Did you hear about the young American Mormon missionary who has now been at the site of 3 terror attacks?? He was injured in 2 of them…the Paris attack, and now Brussels.

      And now there is news that a priest has been captured in Yemen….ISIS is saying he will be crucified tomorrow on Good Friday.

      Oh if this interferes with 0’s basketball watching, he will be ticked!

    • The Raven says:

      Yes….we must avoid the Mormon missionary in his future travels.

    • edinva says:

      Molly, what would ever make you think that the crucifixion of a priest on Good Friday would take away from O’s enjoyment of basketball or tangoing? Silly girl!!!

    • tillacum says:

      You did have a long trip going and returning. Greg sounds like my nephew. Whenever
      something is needed, done, by an expert, he is called in. He had a long work day.
      Happy you are home and resting.

    • lysie says:

      That is Greg.

  4. lysie says:

    We are home. Exhausted. See you tomorrow.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Take care. I need a nap myself, and will later describe my busy afternoon. Luckily, no need to worry about fixing supper. Exhausted +

    • edinva says:

      That’s a long trip. Glad you’re home safe and sound, if exhausted. Manana

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      We went downtown early in the afternoon to meet son for lunch at a deli called: the Flying Elephant. So we decided to drive the car partway to the neighborhood shopping area, park, and pick up ti streetcar to downtown. “Partway” because, parking is scarce, so we could only get within about 5 blocks of the streetcar stop, but this was very helpful as the route between where we are staying, AND where we parked the car involves a pretty steep grade. You get the picture….

      More later…

      The 10-15 min. Streetcar ride took us downtown very nicely, and we got off and walked 4 blocks to the deli, and had lunch as planned. Then we parted, and my husband wanted to walk a further 3 blocks to a visitors center.finishing there we returned the 7 blocks to the streetcar stop, and after another ride back to our neighborhood. Getting off we decided to walk down the street 5 blocks, and away from the car, to get some frozen yogurt. Getting there, we found it closed…for good. But! Heading back the way we’d come, and going another 3 blocks, we went to a fabulous ice cream place! But, oh my gosh …the line to get served there was headed out the door and around the block! Spring break crowds!

      So we backtracked again, crossed the street & headed for the car we thought, but wait…going only a block, and we came across a gelato place we’d forgotten about. YAY, it was open, AND uncrowded. So we enjoyed our treat, and then managed to walk the remaining 5 blocks to the car, and boy was I glad we didn’t have to WALK the remaining way UPHILL back to the house here. Plus, by this time, it had started to rain. What a surprise…rain in Portland.

    • lysie says:

      All’s well that ends well. At least you enjoyed your treat. 🙂

  5. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. Back later.

    • The Raven says:

      After the baseball game, naturally, the Cuban showers didn’t work. Then to top it off, the Tampa Bay Rays were delayed on the runway for 7 hours (Cuba is not the place to have mechanical issues – they had to fly in another plane from the US) Peeee Youuuu, the smell !!!

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Awful…but it’s paradise, right? Leftist paradise…

      Good morning everyone…

    • edinva says:

      Michelle Malkin has been channeling me, hasn’t she? OK, but really I’ve been saying I am so sick and tired of the weak, limp wristed response of Western “leaders,” not just Obama, to these attacks. I am NOT changing my FB profile to the Belgian colors, nor saying “JeSuis..blah blah blah” .. it’s disgusting. (Mind you, my son in law and his family go thru that very Brussels airport several times a year, and my daughter/granddaughter will be there this coming holiday season).

      THEN the limp wrists post about all the places they can go to if Trump is elected. LET THEM GO ALREADY!! A real-life acquaintance I’ve known for years, big DAR/Jamestown type who seems for whatever reason to also like Bernie, posted notices of one of (ok, several) places to go to if Trump is elected.

      In light of recent events, I want to post the following excerpt of Samuel Adams, circa 1776:
      “Contemplate the mangled bodies … and then say ‘what should be the reward of such sacrifices?’ If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude [better] than the animated contest of freedom — go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!”

      Would that be too harsh?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Terrible blizzard conditions in Denver and east….

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Nope, not too harsh. We have to get a grip…most of us, and elect others who have the will power also.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      What’s that line about if a tree falls in the forest, and nobody hears it…..?

      Well, if one side declares war, but the other side refuses to acknowledge it, is there a war? “Excuse me, I don’t wish to participate”?? What’s the outcome of that going to be??

  6. The Raven says:

    Morning quote:

    It is time to sweep them out. All of them: the multiculturalists, the cultural relativists, the internationalists, the levellers, the elites who have brought this death and destruction upon Brussels today, and Paris yesterday, and the rest of Europe tomorrow.

    Robert Spencer, Frontpage.

  7. Molly Pitcher says:

    No resolvable grievances..,,Benjamin Netanyahu on the terrorists and us

    • The Raven says:

      Morning quotes from WSJ Ed. & Taranto column:

      Muslims are peaceful and tolerant people and have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism
      – Hillary

      … terrorism takes far fewer lives in America than handguns, car accidents and falls in bathtubs do
      – Obama

      I would close up our borders to people until we figure out what is going on. Look at Brussels, look at Paris, look at so many cities that were great cities

      Waterboarding would be fine and if they could expand the laws, I would do a lot more than waterboarding. You have to get the information and you have to get it rapidly.
      – Trump

    • mustknowhistory says:

      I prefer Donald Trump’s approach. Does that make me an evil person?

    • The Raven says:

      Yes, I am afraid so, MKH…you must now report to a Cuban jail.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Well I don’t appreciate…to put it mildly…it’s too early to start screaming…..the Left’s approach…Hillary, 0, whoever ….Trump is more on the right track

  8. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. Traveling today. Will check in later.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Be safe, lysie.

      Terror attacks in Brussels, I see.

    • edinva says:

      well, we know those were just random terror attacks in Brussels – you know those wacky Walloons!

      How did you like the no -hug Obama got from Raoul yesterday? 42 weeks seems forever!!!!

      Off to see the (relatively) newly renovated Renwick Gallery today. It’s supposed to be fantastic. Then lunch with ‘the girls.’ Promises to be fun, and a tad cultural.

      Molly, hope all’s well on the Western front.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Thanks ED. And you enjoy your day…pretty special …it will be fun to see the renovated gallery. Would enjoy that myself. Can’t remember when I was there..probably 14 or so years ago.

      Here the population is exploding…traffic is getting even crazier, but the climate as rainy and cloudy as ever, and all sorts of bushes , trees in bloom, spring flowers ……’cause ……..the sun does shine once in awhile…

    • edinva says:

      Molly, gotta admit I am so very glad we went there! Just the most creative displays I’ve seen, possibly ever! On your next trip to DC you will have to take in the Renwick. It was especially nice today since the family that lives across the street it out of town 😉 In the meanwhile, I think you can google the gallery and see some of the exhibits, but that can’t begin to do it justice. It’s a small gallery, so can be done in a relatively short time.

    • lysie says:

      I’m with Greg in New Rochelle, NY. He’s finishing up a job that he’s been project engineer. Just a few more days.

      New Rochelle, the city where these TV people lived.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh very good, both you ladies…safe travels home lysie.

      ED, the last time I was at the Renwick I saw a fabulous display of ….Remington? Who is another western artist of a century ago or so? …my mind is failing. But on that same day, I took in the WH visitor ‘s center…happier days, those…..and the Stephen Decatur house.

      We just got back from lunch at a busy little French patisserie. Brought back the biggest, most delicious coconut macaron you can imagine.

      Terrible to read the news out of Belgium. I am not so thrilled at some of the weak reactions on the part of the citizens there….Peace signs?? That strikes me as a less than adequate memorial to the victims.

    • lysie says:

      Belgium must not get squishy. It will only strengthen the terrorist.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Ha, ha…an old favorite…

    • lysie says:

      No doubt the area has changed… a lot.

  9. edinva says:

    Like the Clintons before them, the Obamas make “historic” or important (read: costly) world trips that just happen to coincide with their kid(s) school breaks! Obama brought his wife, 2 daughters, mother-in-law, small army of lackeys and the rain to Havana…. how special is that? And, of course, Raoul treated him like, well, not well.

    With his usual impeccable timing, DH set a quick meeting with a client at the downtown office. 2 blocks from the AIPAC meeting, and 5 blocks from (what will be) Trump Intl Hotel. We met at the precise time The Donald was scheduled to take the AIPAC stage. Oy. SO there we were, fully 2 blocks away and, at the intersection, on each and every corner were 3-5 special operations detail DC cops. ONE CORNER! Don’t want to know what was going on over on the main drag. I received alerts that buses along that route were running late because of “protesters” on 7th Street. Excuse me? Protesters? Really? Too kind phraseology. So, that was our late afternoon. Fun times.

    I think all the pols leave town tonight, heading to AZ (or UT, as the case may be). After all that fun, I just want to head to bed!

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      What excitement… I hope Cleveland is taking note…what to expect come convention time

    • edinva says:

      Molly, today’s protests will be as a walk in the park compared to what these savages plan to do in Cleveland. (apologies to savages everywhere)

    • lysie says:

      The press is feeding and energizing these lowlife, liberal dip wads.

    • edinva says:

      lysie, I see you’re near my old stomping grounds .. a bit north to Mt Kisco. Maybe before you head home you could make a pilgrimage to Chappaqua? It’s not that far from New Rochelle!

      I am so fed up with so much right now. Not feeling as sympathetic as I should about Brussels. These innocent people just going about their business were killed because throughout the West we have cowards for leaders. Too bad it’s always the innocents who are killed. But in the larger sense we are all guilty because we’ve allowed the election of these ‘leaders’ time after time after time. So what other outcome could we expect. Is there an emoticon for throwing up one’s hands?

    • lysie says:

      I’m sure we will be hitting a few places on the way home. I did see an exit sign for Chappaqua. Clinton’s place was there, right? I thought I smelled a little something. LOL

      I agree with you, ed. re: Brussels.

    • edinva says:

      lysie … the Clintons STILL have their house in Chappaqua … and knowing how fond you are of BOTH of them, I can point it out to you on a map … you can drive by and see the SS gate. They will probably be on the campaign trail, but this could be something to tell your grandchildren about in years to come.

  10. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. Thanks for the start, Molly.

  11. Jemian says:

    Evening/Morning. Tomorrow morning, 0730 Tokyo time, I am taking my class on a beach field trip. Please pray for us. The road out to the dock is undergoing construction. Not only that, the construction is on a mountain and it has rained for two solid days and has been dry for one. I traveled the road today and feel that with good driving, we’ll be fine. However, I would like to ask the Lord’s blessing for us.

    • lysie says:

      Take care, Jem.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes, indeed. Prayers that all goes well, travel is safe, that your trip’s goal is realized, and you return home likewise. Take care Jemian

    • Jemian says:

      I was too tired to reply after the trip. I went to bed at 1900 and didn’t get up until 0500. But, now, I want to report, everything went very well. It was overcast so it didn’t get too hot. We did get rained on a bit, but that wasn’t a problem. We were wet anyway. We had no problems getting up and down the hill with the mud and construction. And the big excitement for us was finding, on the beach, about 10 yards away, a banded sea krait. They’re not aggressive, and after looking at him, we put him back in the ocean. A good time was had by all.

    • edinva says:

      oh, happy day, Jemian! Glad it went so well, with the special ‘find,’ and happy YOU are feeling better.

  12. Molly Pitcher says:

    Evening all….am now on West coast time for next 8 days. Hope your weekend was restful and fun.

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