America-the-Right-Way-Staying-Vigilant August 20-2016- August 21-2016-remember-911-Weekend-Edition/

U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan has ordered Hillary to answer Judicial Watch questions regarding emails. This may appear to be a victory , however, there’s a catch. She will do it in writing AND NOT UNDER OATH.

Trump was in Louisiana with a 18 wheeler truck filled with supplies. Obama golfing??

Of course there should be an ideological test

0 Sends Memo to Louisiana

No Choice

The Terror Attack no one noticed

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  1. edinva says:

    lysie … have you not noticed … “under oath” doesn’t mean a thing to either Clinton!!!

    Just for the record, interrogatories – as written questions are called – can be (usually are) prepared by the attorney(s) but must be sworn to under oath by the responding party. IIRC, the party who issued the interrogatories can claim that the “rogs” were not responded to fully (which is one of the directions) and move to compel full and complete answers. So it’s more of a win than not for JW.

    • lysie says:

      And Goodwin just noticed it? Cripes.!!! It’s been going on for years and escalated when O was elected. Still..better late than never.

    • lysie says:

      Forgot to ask, Molly. How are you doing?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh ,fine. Made it to church, and it was good to be there…saw friends after several weeks’ absence. Our missionaries based in the e. Mediterranean were there, giving testimony as to God’s work among the refugees nearby. Just remarkable! ( I am protecting their location, as they are making converts….maybe they don’t have to be so careful at this location, but I am not sure.)
      2 years ago when they were last here they were a little discouraged, but not so this time.

  2. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  3. lysie says:

    ed Such a great post I brought it over here. Yours , too, Molly. 🙂

    edinva says:
    Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 5:56 pm EDT (Edit)

    Molly so glad you’re ok .. knew you would be. I’ve seen notices of that game ‘trending’ all day on Twitter. If only I had twitter or knew how to operate it, or followed baseball!!!

    Wanted to relay a story I heard this week that touched me. Two things by way of background: 1. my married name is Elgin and 2. DH and I have been going periodically to Richmond VA, to the VCU Dental School, for extensive work over the past year or so. Last Wednesday I had an appt @ VCU about implants.
    I reported to one office and they had a tech escort me to where she did the scans. As she looked over my chart, she noted my last name and told me her former mother in law had been lead singer for a 60s Motown group called “The Elgins.”… one thing led to another, and she revealed that that woman had become a drug addict. She gave birth to a son who was born with multiple birth defects due to her addiction. Her son, with his little infant legs in braces, was given as a foster child to a 55 year old woman who was herself unable to bear children. Four years later that woman was offered the opportunity to adopt the little boy, which she did joyfully. Fast forward, the little boy under his adoptive mother’s care, grew up to be a strapping young man who then had a nearly 30 year career as a U.S. Marine !!! How cool is that? AND, the adoptive mother lived to be @ 103. The bio- mother was never able to kick her addiction, even despite a Motown offer to have her in a Motown revival with the Elgins, with tours throughout the US and Europe. Nothing could break the habit. That part is so sad. Listening to the story literally gave me goosebumps!

    Molly Pitcher says:
    Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 6:59 pm EDT (Edit)

    Wow! You just never know how God’s mercy will reveal itself. Thanks for telling this story again. Have to say tho…has it really been that long since the Motown years? Yikes…

  4. lysie says:

    Molly your 0 Sends Memo to Louisiana…

    I’d like to tell him where he can shove his memo. /naughty and unladylike idea.

  5. lysie says:

    Be aware of your surroundings!

    Greg’s cousin’s daughter’s assault in her words. She is about 5 feet and 90 pounds.

    “I was spit on repeatedly at the gas station on Thompson Road by two young black girls. They threw washer fluid on me and dropped the whole racism thing on me and told me they had AIDS as they walked casually away.

    I called 911 but the DeWitt Police force couldn’t find them and didn’t bother to watch the surveillance, talk to witnesses or take my info. Basically it was dismissed by not being a big deal.
    Opinions?”

    She was pumping gas and there was another guy doing the same. The black girls said to the guy “haven’t you ever seen black girls before?”. She looked up and the girls said “What are you looking at?”. She said ” You walking toward me” That is when they attacked.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh that is just awful. Care and watchfullness are necessary. But you just never know! If attacs become physical, paper spray may be in order.?

    • lysie says:

      It is. She is such a sweetie young lady.

    • edinva says:

      I’ve told you I am occasionally an unkind person, right? If I were pumping gas and those b****** came at me, I’d spray them with the gasoline! Maybe even light a match, tho maybe not ’cause that could hurt ME and others. OMG, these people really and truly are feral animals.

    • lysie says:

      Must buy more pepper spray.

    • edinva says:

      lysie, when I left home to move to DC (c. 1965-66) one of my parting gifts was a canister of pepper spray that I could (and did) carry unobtrusively. ALSO a black jack that fit snugly under my gloves. Not for a moment did my friends/family think I’d encounter any crime in our nation’s capital. haha. Dear old dad was sure I was going to be bent, folded and mutilated.

    • lysie says:

      I bought 2 cans of pepper spray for my aunts. They walk the malls.

    • edinva says:

      lysie, did you know that pepper spray is illegal for civilians to carry in some jurisdictions. I think DC is one. Not that it would have stopped me, given the crime levels at the time. It reached a crescendo under Marion Barry whose life was celebrated there for almost a week after his demise, with ceremony after ceremony. (BTW, his 36 y/o son died just last week, probably OD’d). The DC Police Chief has announced her retirement, so it will be interesting to see how things go in the coming months/years. She was very effective.

    • lysie says:

      Yes. ed. It’s legal if under a certain percentage. You have to buy from a pharmacist or a gun shop that has a pistol dealer license. Bass Pro and Gander sell it around this area.

    • edinva says:

      lysie, my NYPD bro got me my ‘parting gifts’.. have seen more recently but things are looser here in VA.

      So, we went to the Honor Flight arrival today. It was even more emotional than I’d expected. God bless those men, and all the people who put the trip together for them. There were @ 100 vets, now living in Western Illinois, who served in WWII and/or Korea and/or Vietnam. Most, if not all, are wheelchair bound. Each has a volunteer companion to help with whatever their needs might be. They came thru the terminal with arrivals from other flights. About 20-30 of us there to greet them with hoots, hollers, handshakes and hugs. Often they have larger crowds, but DC in August is a ghost town. One cute moment was when a WWII vet came thru wearing his cap noting he’d served on the USS Putnam, which happens to be my gf Martina’s maiden name. So, of course, we had to take their pic together.

      They men (and 2-3 women!) were then boarded onto two coach buses and brought directly to Arlington National Cemetery for a changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Then dinner at the Arlington KofC, and to their hotel. Tomorrow they will go to the Mall to see the WWII, Korea and VN memorials. I can not begin to imagine how emotional that will be for them. One more night in town, then on Saturday they will go to the Navy Museum at the Navy Yard, and to the Marine Museum at Quantico before returning to Reagan to board their return flight. I’m sure they will be exhausted and emotionally drained, but grateful for the opportunity to see these sights, and for the people who did it for them.

      There are times (not many) when it’s great to live in this town!!! So many opportunities at our doorsteps.

    • lysie says:

      Wonderful report, ed. Thank you very much.

  6. tillacum says:

    Good Morning lysie and Molly. Off to the community garden. We’re getting it ready for fall and
    winter goodies.

  7. Molly Pitcher says:

    Good morning! How is PB doing these days? Mr. Trump is coming here at the beginning of the week, I believe…will see what the paper says…
    Did you know the [redacted] won their game last night in the bottom of the 9th…WALK OFF home run…the first since Aug. 1916. Amazing, plus the hero of the night is a rookie, and he’s been doing so well all summer. Wouldn’t be here, except one of the veterans has been on the DL most of the season. Crazy baseball!

  8. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

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