America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- October 3, 2016 – October 7, 2016 Remember 9/11


While the MSM continues to dig into Trump’s old tax returns and whatevers, it will sidestep any charges of bias in favor of Hillary! by claiming her more recent Clinton Foundation problems and Benghazi lies “have already been covered”.

The vice presidential candidates debate each other Tuesday night.

0’s blinkered generals

Bill Clinton rips 0Care

Bailing out Big Insurance to cover 0Care Lies

This hashtag sums up the debate last night….

On High Alert: Matthew

Millions urged to Evacuate…

At What point is California a Lost Cause?

Socialism’s universal end point: a picture’s worth a thousand words…

0bama Extraction Countdown: 16 Weeks

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86 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- October 3, 2016 – October 7, 2016 Remember 9/11

  1. The Raven says:

    baseball in on now

  2. Prairie says:

    Good morning all, a quick check in here. Temperature dry bulb this morning was…..19. Coldest it’s been, thankfully no wind. We are toasty…..getting the chimney cleaned later today.

    Did you see this? TWITTER Censors 32 of Donald Trump’s GOTO Battleground Tweets! …Deletes Another!

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Our betters….we must bow to their judgment…/SARC

      Stay warm prairie It’s about 80 here, and you know…i don’t live in the s. or s.w….!

  3. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. Prayers for everyone in Hurricane Matthew;s path.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Thank you ,thank you…you are doing better, I hope.
      Seems like some significant computer issues with the desk top this a.m., but….compared to other matters on the news, it’s not worth fretting about. Will wait for my computer guy to wake up….

    • The Raven says:

      Hmmm….Matthew seems to be fizzling. Drudge was alluding to the Dems crying wolf on the hurricane (they get propaganda points by blaming it on global warming or Republicans). He thinks they fudged wind speeds to make it worse than it was. So, if it doesn’t make landfall, will the damage be limited to non-hurricane force winds?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Matthew is a flirt, I am thinking with that coast line dance.There will still be lots of water damage,right?

    • edinva says:

      I’ve become obsessed with Matthew. So far today (Friday) I’ve heard from my nephew who lives on Merritt Island, and who with his wife, 2 kids, brother, and cousin (my niece) boarded up and caravanned to Orlando are all safe and their house sustained minimal damage. Friends who stayed WITH THEIR BABY in St. Augustine seem to be OK, just lost power around 10am, but are still standing. No word from the couple who chose to stay in Melbourne. She’s a nurse and he’s a physical therapist, so I assume their services will be needed. Now the concern (personally, for us) is the nephew’s place on Hilton Head. At least that is only property, no life/limb involved.

      Re the oral surgery: what fool forgot about the whole ice pack thingy? whose jaw is swollen? yeah. Oh, well, not that bad, will pass. And need for happy pills has declined to only at bedtime. I really fear addiction more than pain.

      It feels like I’m living in a twilight zone … decided I could just sleep in when I want, or nap, or be up and about… no schedule. THAT feels really strange.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Glad you got some news. Happy pills, ha.

      Take care of yourself!
      Outside work done for the day…almost. Busy until game time, and hopefully, some fun with that.

    • edinva says:

      Molly, I’ve now heard from everyone I know personally in FL. The couple with the baby fared well in St. Augustine and the couple in Melbourne is OK…. lucky … still think it was stupid of them to stay, especially with a baby. But the worst is over now, at least for FL. Their towns are flooded, power out, etc., so probably a while till those who left can return.

      Did you all heard the last caller to Rush today … totally losing it over Obama going on air saying FL not so bad, give to the Red Cross for Haiti. I hear now 800 dead there. All the money raised by the Red Cross and Clinton Fndn could have built them some nice houses to withstand not only earthquakes but also hurricanes that they suffer more frequently on Hispanola. Crooks!

    • The Raven says:

      A little early on a Friday, but here’s what our future will look like

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I think I will pass on that future…next option??

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      There does seem to be a growing consensus the Hillary is getting ahead.

    • The Raven says:

      And, if the web hackers come up with something damaging on her, they will blame it on the Russians, and now that they gave away the internet domaine function, they can ask their UN buddies to prevent people from seeing the document dump. Even that can’t save him

  4. The Raven says:


    Well, that does it. I think my next NFL game, I will take a knee to protest voter fraud.
    [ ba dum ching ]

    And did you know the Democrats are a result of global warming? Unfortunately they will cause more future damage. We can probably chase them with a cross – like vampires.
    [ ba dum ching ]

    Molly, congrats on the Cleveland win. I am really hoping they play the Cubs in the finals.

    [sing to On Wisconsin]
    Go [redacted], Go [redacted]…. rhymes with Caribbean !
    dum dee dum ….

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes, it was great. They played their game…the one they have been winning with all summer. It’s almost a national league style,along with Francona’s unconventional use of the pitchers, developed mostly by necessity. So if we play the Cubs…interesting.

  5. edinva says:

    G’day y’all. Here it is Thursday, Oct 6, and I’m trying a re-entry into the world. I didn’t see a new post for this week ??? Maybe it got hung up in my spam? Hopefully everyone is OK? I had ten hours sleep thanks to 20-hour workdays from Sunday night tll Wednesday morning, then Wed it was off to RVA for oral surgery, i.e., 2 implants and a bone planing, all under local. And the 2 hour drive home afterward. So it’s been a bit of a rough patch …. so bad I even had to miss the VP debate. Alas, the talk radio for my ride to and from RVA was nothing but debate discussion, so I am pretty sure I got the gist of it. I.e., Tim Kaine is an utter fool, and a rude one at that. Tell me something I didn’t already know. Let me just remind you: Tim Kaine is *from* Minnesota, not Virginia. He just won at life’s lottery by ending up here!!! In fact, he’s married to the daughter of VA’s first R governor post the “War of Northern Aggression.”

    Anyone in Matthew’s path? I have two nephews who had to evacuate, one on Merritt Island, FL and the other at Hilton Head Island. At least they will be safe, if not their properties. The property in HHI is one of those Town & Country-style multi-million-dollar jobs and, looking at a map, it’d be the first house hit if Matthew makes it to HHI. Oh, well, I’m sure it’s well-insured. One young couple we know who live in St. Augustine decided to stay put. If it were my kids I’d be having a total fit .. they have an 8 month old!! We are praying for the safety of all, and may God bless the first responders who have no choice but to stay.

    I DO hope all are well … seems we were about due to open our own little hospital ward in here.

    • The Raven says:

      Did you hear Obama telling bald faced lies about global warming? OMG, I can’t stand it. We need to secede.

    • Jemian says:

      You have had a rough go of it. All that oral surgery and under a local? You are a braver man than I am! (Man being used in the larger sense of the word.) I’m glad your nephews evacuated. The outer islands are probably going to have some good strong winds and a bit of a surge.

      As for that hospital ward, I think I’ll avoid it for the nonce. I can’t think I’m as sick as all that. I have to admit, however, that this is on my mind. All night long I dreamed about Catherine Marshall, having a lung intentionally collapsed for “rest”, moving to Arizona, and being placed in a sanatorium. Years ago, I read the story Little Britches and that popped back in my mind. Ha! I am easily manipulated by mind games.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Hi ED. I have elderly cousins on the SC coast. They are not in the best shape, either. They would be evacuated by now for sure. Their son is a county LEO, and he really takes care of them. Now he I would think is going to have to stay behind. Their daughter lives more inland, so that is good

    • edinva says:

      Molly, I hope your cousins’ son stays safe. What galls me is that everytime there’s a major storm like this, some moron, storm-chaser type, puts him/herself in danger AND risks life and limb of first responders. Let’s just hope all the prognosticators are wrong, wrong, wrong. The most we will get here, as I understand it, is some (more) rain over the weekend.

      How are your eyes coming along, Molly, and your hip, lysie ?? As I think of it, and I do often, we are so lucky to be alive today with how far medicine and medical science has come. Jemian, sounds like your bug is under control? Rav, are you the only healthy one?

    • Jemian says:

      I had a test for that day before yesterday. No bugs, parasites, nor protazoas! The test, frankly, is gross.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Your poor mouth. ED, you are right..the ATRW Hospital/Clinic is getting too much business.
      My eyes are fine, but the optician has messed up getting my new glasses ready big time…..looooooong story. Very frustrating. I, ahem, spoke rather strongly to them today. Yesterday I said “this has not been a pleasant experience.” lol, I crack myself up. Today I was a tad more emphatic.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes, yes, yes…glad you still have that wonderful image to post.

  6. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  7. Prairie says:

    Hello everybody. Wasn’t that Kaine spectacle something to behold?! And it’s backfired handily across the mountains and the fruited plain. Love that hashtag, btw….LOL!

    Beautiful but cool here….supposed to warm up a bit by the weekend with 60 as a high during the day. Winds not nearly as strong either. I hadn’t hear about Pueblo fires, Molly.

    Jem and lysie, how are you both feeling these days?

    • Jemian says:

      I am back in school today. We’ll see how it goes. As Buddy of Night Court fame would say, “I’m feeling much better now.”

      Rave, how about your blood test results?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      We had a beautiful day here. My friend who lost her husband in June is slowly getting back on her special path..her dear-to- her tasks and plans. A project was finally finished by a contractor after we had been left hanging for weeks- yay…and a special jacket was returned to my husband after he left it…forgetting where: details of life…all is well.

    • Jemian says:

      It is amazing to me, Molly, that many times projects that seem to be having little or no progress on them, suddenly finish all at once. I can work on something and do all I can do on it, so I turn my attention to something else. I do all I can do on it, and, again, turn to another thing. I keep slugging away at the bits and pieces. One day, things on all three fall into place and things get finished up. It sounds like today, for you, was one of those finishing days.

      For me, I left school with a headache. This type was in a spot indicating fatigue. I went to bed and slept for about two hours. Obviously, I am awake now, but I’m still in bed. I plan not to get up until tomorrow morning.

    • The Raven says:

      Jem, Good to hear you are feeling better. Ouch…then I see you got a headache. Oh no. When it rains….it pours.

      As for my annual trip to the cardiologist … (I had a stent to straighten a crooked artery 6 years ago). They give me an EKG and bloodwork every year.
      The first doc I had retired 3 years ago. Then I saw his partner who also left ( went off on his own last year). This year they offered me a replacement doc with a name I couldn’t pronounce and he has a turbine and a full beard. I just couldn’t do it. I asked who else I could get and took a guy with a British name (after they offered two more hard to pronounce names) . The new doc was real late. Like 2 1/2 hours and I was fasting and getting irritable. So it turns out, since my primary physician did my blood work in the spring, he just looked at those results in the computer which were good. Maybe Obama doesn’t pay for too many tests in one year? Anyway…My EKG was normal. All was well with everything matter of fact (but my original doctor used to be more thorough in his exam – even checking my feet for something). And we ended up talking about sous vide cooking instead of my heart. Then I told him I was constantly failing with my low carb diets. He recommended I try eating food according to the NY Times Whole 30 diet, which I never heard of. Turns out you eliminate all foods with things like pre-packaged food, and food with additives for 30 days. You eat only meat, fruits, fresh veggies (potatoes and sweet potatoes are OK !!), and lots of water (no booze either). No dairy and no grains. No calorie counting or carb counting. And then after you feel great in a month, you start putting the other foods back in your life. Until you feel crappy. Then you know which food makes you feel crappy and you get rid of it. So my wife and I will try this starting today. Still have no clue how to eat if on the road. Restaurants would be a no-no I guess. Maybe a salad bar or a plain steak. We’ll see.

      Baseball today:

      Toronto at Texas
      Boston at [Redacted]

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh my Raven on your dr. visit, and the diet thing…the diet plan sounds like what you do to pinpoint food allergies, and yes, eating out is hard but doable.
      As for the doctors…sad, very sad to say, but the medical profession is falling apart, thanks to’s sickening. No pun intended….sickening.
      Jemian Feel better………you need to get better.

    • lysie says:

      Hi Prairie. I doing well. Thanks.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Is this verification of what we already suspected?

      And Matthew may re strengthen to a Cat 4….”there is really nothing to hold it back” per the weather guy…terrible for FL and the s.e.US

  8. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good morning lysie Thanks for breakfast…Waiting for some light outside to see if it is as foggy as it was yesterday. The Blue Jays beat the Orioles in 11 innings last night, so that is that for the WC spot. The TBS guys calling the game were not very good at all….

    • lysie says:

      Morning, Molly. You are welcome.

    • The Raven says:

      Wow…I missed the baseball.
      Good morning ladies. Thanks for breakfast, Lysie.

      Morning quote:

      My grandparents lived in Chicago. They used to vote Republican. But since they died, they always vote Democratic.

      – blogger Wayne Ryback

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That’s funny….until you start to cry, and realize the Dems are planning that for the whole country. And having spent the 60s in Chicagoland…yikes, the memories are not good.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Toronto fans used to have a reputation for calm, quiet , well-behaved fans….well, they sure blue it last night.

    • The Raven says:

      Wow…they uncovered voter fraud in Indiana, Virginia, and Philly. All pro-Democrats. This will be the year of the rigged election.

  9. Jemian says:

    Rave, have you seen this Breakdown of Tennessee’s miracle Hail Mary winner? I found it rather interesting. Playoff hopes abound!

    • The Raven says:

      I hadn’t seen that, Jem- thanks

      In pre-season they asked former coach Fulmer what he thought of the Vol’s chances this year. He said they are good enough to play Alabama twice.

      [ he meant the second time in the championship game ]

  10. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  11. The Raven says:

    Wikileaks turns out to be a non-event. Assange is insane

    Cat 4 Matthew is turning. None of the models yesterday had a US landfall. Now all of them do. Anywhere from Miami to NC

    But only Cat 2 (100mph) winds if it hits NC’s outer banks

  12. Prairie says:

    Hello dear hearts and gentle people….checking in here. Horrendous winds today, there is a cold front moving in. The wind is supposed to be better tomorrow. Thanks for all the links everyone.

  13. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • The Raven says:

      I made a pouched egg this morning – first time ever – (didn’t look like yours – and I didn’t have sauce)

      PS: Here’s how to treat the main stream media correctly

      PPS: Molly – I was reading this to see how the [redacted] looked in the eyes of the pros. But nobody in either league thinks it will be the Cubs v. [redacted]

    • lysie says:

      Good morning, Rav. We haven’t had our local rag delivered in over 15 years.

    • Jemian says:

      Hello! I’m checking in here to vent. I feel really jerked around. When I analyze what has been said to me, I realize that I’m not reacting quite rationally, but feelings, especially my feelings, aren’t always rational. Okay, here goes:

      You have know that in 2008, I developed some symptoms, especially a choking feeling and tightness in my chest. It wasn’t really affecting my ability to breath, just speak or sing. Two-and-a-half months and about $10,000 later, the docs said they couldn’t find anything wrong with me.

      You may know I am frequently anemic. I take lots of iron and inject about 2mgs of B12 per week, but still the anemia is often present.

      You have heard this summer that I redeveloped the same symptoms, was diagnosed with pneumonia, then mono, anemia and a high WBC.

      I rested, and rested, and rested. I was well on the mend when I returned to Papua and resumed teaching. I was doing great until about 3 weeks ago when I became quite tired. I took a week off to rest. During that week, I developed a significant cough, which isn’t usually present, had blood tests and an x-ray done. I had pneumonia again! This past Friday I repeated the blood test and Saturday I had another x-ray. The WBC was down to 18,000 from 22,000 (so that’s an improvement) and the anemia was up to 8 from 7. That is overall another improvement. But, the nurses here thought I should have more improvement. They sent the x-rays and labs off to an ex-pat from the Netherlands. She had seen me after the first set of tests but has now returned to her work interior.

      The email passed on to me from the nurse here is that the x-ray doesn’t present like normal pneumonia and have I been recently tested for TB? A visit to a pulmunologist is recommended. There are none on this island.

      TB? TB? That was NOT NOT NOT on anybody’s radar this summer. I went to a doc-in-the-box and to the ER this summer. TB didn’t enter into the conversation. Not at all a consideration. And where would I have contracted this disease? It isn’t all that easy to catch. It requires repeated exposure. I have been around no one, regularly, at all, who has it. I have no sputum when I cough. No weight loss. No coughing fits upon waking. I am fatigued and I have chest pain. That’s it!

      I am just visualizing endless trips to doctors, lots of money spent, and in the end …. no answers. I’ve done that before. I have no intention of being a victim of medical witch hunts.

      Okay. That’s all. Thanks for listening.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Just am so sorry to read this…Don’t visualize too much bad stuff….. I think your reasoning, and Raven’s thoughts are quite sound.

    • The Raven says:’s my take. When the send off x-rays to places unknown and get an email diagnosis from a doc who can’t back and forth with you as to the symptoms….take it with a grain of salt. I think they are trying to say “I don’t know” and it might be this or that.

    • Jemian says:

      You know, that is the conclusion hubby and I have agreed upon. It is the medicos way of saying, “we don’t know,” and I can pursue it, or not. At present, subject to change on a whim, is not. I am better today than yesterday and definitely better than the week before. I’ll monitor the WBC and HGB and if the numbers keep moving in the right directions, I will go with that.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes….that’s a plan based on data: reasonable.

    • lysie says:

      Jem, your plan sounds reasonable.

  14. The Raven says:

    Click here for an important public service announcement (hover over the image and click PLAY icon)

  15. The Raven says:

    Morning quote 1:

    Assange himself has also recently hinted publicly that low-level DNC staffer Seth Rich, who was murdered this summer in Washington DC, had been the source for Wikileaks’ document dump on the DNC. And that Rich’s alleged role in the leaks was linked to his death.

    Heatstreet commenting on Assange moving the anti-Hillary document dump to Tuesday for security reasons.

    Morning quote 2:

    “I think I am a really unlikely fan of football because a very famous football player killed my brother”

    Avid football fan, Kim Goldman (Ron Goldman’s sister)

    Morning quiz

    If progressives ruled the world (or maybe SINCE progressives rule the world), would they come up with alternate solutions to population control such as this and not tell anyone?


    Kim Kardashian robbed at gunpoint.

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