America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- June 12, 2017 – June 17, 2017 Remember 9/11


Schumer and the Dems are still at it: not done with the faux Russia scandal, they are demanding that AG Sessions and Pres. Trump appear before Congress.

Puerto Rico voters have approved statehood, but with a very low turnout. And Congress will have to vote on statehood for the financially troubled island.

Corruption and Collusion: Comey, 0bama and the Press

Aiding Terror: a REAL Scandal

Sessions Testifies…what to look for

Even Dems Can’t Fix 0Care

Googles Doodles

He scouted the site for weeks

Dems blame the victim

The Violent Political Left

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94 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- June 12, 2017 – June 17, 2017 Remember 9/11

  1. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • The Raven says:

      We now have a federal prosecutor, independent of every branch of the federal government, who has as his objective to take down the president of the United States.
      – Mark Levin

      [We need an anonymous leak along the lines of “NSA said to be taping conversations of Democrats, Soros affiliates, and community organizers suspected of sedition”]

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That is delicious! Good morning to you, everyone…

      Please remember to keep Cong. Scalise and his family in your prayers…I believe that after more surgeries yesterday, he is still in critical condtion, and his recovery will be a tough one indeed.

    • lysie says:

      Good morning Molly and Rav.

      Yes. Continuing prayers.

      Just when I think it can’t get any worse (regarding the anti Trump thinking) it does get worse. Very depressing and upsetting.

    • The Raven says:

      What’s upsetting is the left, Lysie. They cannot simply point to the results of their policies and say – look what we did !! Isn’t it wonderful;? Nope. They MUST use lies, character assassination, fake news, and propaganda. They must promise free stuff. They must use deceit because what they want is not for our benefit. It is for their power. Sickening.

    • lysie says:


      Stupid Yankees lost 3 in a row. Still in first, but by only 2.

    • The Raven says:

      Interesting – Rosenstein’s statement:

      “Americans should exercise caution before accepting as true any stories any stories attributed to anonymous ‘officials particularly when they do not identify the country — let alone the branch or agency of government — with which the alleged sources supposedly are affiliated.”

      – In other words….seems like some country has the entire Washington scene bugged. My guess is the outgoing Obama administration is part of the crime – and they use a left wing foreign power so as to not get caught.

    • lysie says:

      I have little doubt about the outgoing Obama administration being part of the crime. Along with Hillary , Soros and most of the dem party.

  2. The Raven says:

    The faux outrage of the left is all an organized plan to destroy the Republicans and who knows what comes after that.

    After reading McCarthy’s Can You Obstruct a Fraud? it is quite obvious Comey is in on the plan. The Democrats all know what is going on and one would think there would be an uncorrupted Dem or two somewhere able to stand and condemn the fraud perpetrated on the world.
    And I sit here and wonder why we are sitting here waiting for that uncorrupted Dem. I suspect we will be waiting a long time.

    And the quiet Republicans. What are they waiting for? They’ve all but blown the 2018 election. Say good-bye to a Conservative Supreme Court. Say Good-bye to a Senate majority.

    I simply do not understand.

  3. The Raven says:

    Today’s liberalism has triumphed so spectacularly over the claims of faith and tradition that it has nothing left to conquer but the individual conscience. This is why modern liberals are so unmagnanimous in victory.

    It isn’t enough to emancipate transgender people—you, rabbi, must adhere to strict pronoun guidelines and feel in your soul that Chelsea Manning was always a “she.” It isn’t enough to legalize abortion—you, Tim Farron, must like it.

    Liberals welcome believers insofar as religion can be deployed in service of liberal causes, to be sure. But any expression of theological or moral judgment is met with hostility.

    Sohrab Ahmari, Liberalism: Believers Need Not Apply, WSJ

  4. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  5. Molly Pitcher says:

    Big Wake up Call for the Left Yes, but will they pick up the phone??

    • The Raven says:

      Forgotten already by the Dems (they can’t conceive of being wrong). And last night, I saw one of the R’s saying they will tone it down on both sides of the aisle. It was just a couple of days ago, when I was drafting a letter to the R’s complaining about their passive silence.

      Mark Steyn:

      Obviously, the unity won’t last because ultimately, Rand Paul has very little that unites him with Bernie Sanders. We don’t actually need unity. We need robust, civilized disunity — people honestly recognizing that they disagree with each other on health care, on immigration, on Islam, on transgender bathrooms, and a bazillion other things, but that doesn’t make the other person a hater. Simply put, the left has to be willing to actually engage in debate with people that disagree with them.

      from Tucker’s show

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Steyn gets it right as usual

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Also I don’t like drawing moral equivalences here. There’s only one side engaged in the hyper emotional, irrational, outside the limits of basic civic discourse on a daily basis.

  6. edinva says:

    Molly, I’m far less tired now with a good night’s sleep. Did not sleep the night before the election, just resolved to rest and forget about sleep, so it was a 36 hour day. Final results: it’s Ed Gillespie and Jill Vogel for the Rs as nominees for Governor and Lt. Gov, respectively. Originally, Corey Stewart said he’d challenge the results (@ 3500 difference between him and Gillespie) but announced this morning he will not. Smart political move. No challenger has ever had much of a political life after a challenge. As I said, he should throw his full throated support behind Gillespie to keep his voters there, and know that they can get certain items taken care of if Gillespie wins in November. Like keeping VA’s actual history intact. A big, BIG issue this year was keeping/removing Confederate monuments.

    Apparently the D nominee is the “lesser of 2 evils,” his opponent representing the far progressive wing of the D party.

    Did you hear the brilliant statement of our current governor, Mr. McAuliffe? Oh, makes me soooooooo proud to be a Virginian. In response to a reporter’s question at the presser about this morning’s shooting in Alexandria, he said, paraphrasing here: we have to do something about gun violence. We lose 93 million Americans a day to gun violence. Send that boy back to Syracuse, NY where teachers obviously failed him in math and civics.

  7. Molly Pitcher says:

    Cong. Scalise and aides shot and at baseball practice too!

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Leftist Terror? Actually there are a # of people shot, including some police officers. An appearance for Pence has been cancelled.

    • lysie says:

      Shooter was a Bernie Sanders supporter and strongly anti-Trump.

      Another shooting. Three people were killed and two injured at a San Francisco UPS facility. The gunman died of a self-inflicted wound.

    • edinva says:

      I read that Jeff Flake who was at the practice had the good sense to grab Scalise’s cell phone and call his wife, to tell her what happened and that Scalise (it seemed and was hoped) would be OK. He didn’t want her to learn about it on the news where initial reports are always “sketchy” at best. Glad our FBI hadn’t determined a motive yet. All that FB info and Hodgkinson’s asking others at the field if they were D or R .. no motive there, none! Before you know it, they’ll determine that it was collateral damage. BTW, that field where this took place abuts the parking lot of the Y where I go, when I go. And that’s why I don’t go very often. {that’s my story, and I’m sticking with it!]

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      That is some story about Sen. Flake…good to hear. I watched a guy interviewed who was at the Y…boy, was he good….so articulate and reasonable…he stressed what he actually saw, and what he just inferred. He also corrected the Fox reporter on the kind of weapon he believed was used. Almost certainly military by bearing, appearance, and knowledge.

  8. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  9. The Raven says:

    Morning quote:

    Tennessee landed a commitment from four-star defensive tackle D’Andre Litaker on Tuesday. Litaker had offers from quite a few SEC programs but chose to stay in-state and play for the Vols. Tennessee now has 13 commitments, five of which are ranked in the ESPN 300.

    – ESPN

  10. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  11. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh golly….I will have some now, for lunch, and for supper!
      Good morning lysie..
      Been meaning to post about our wildlife experience….nearly every evening the past week, we have a young doe sauntering thru our backyard, munching away on the hedge along the back of the property. It seems to be just one and she goes down the hill, then returns and goes thru the trees and bushes along the back east side, and is gone. While we are on the edge of the valley, we are still quite “city”….and while we’ve seen deer in the neighborhood before at times, never in our yard and so consistently.

  12. The Raven says:

    General Electric has a new CEO.

  13. The Raven says:

    Morning quote:

    His 496-foot blast to left field was the longest home run hit by anybody since ESPN started recording homer distances in 2009, and it came in his first career four-hit game.

    …He’s old school.

    … He’s not going to flip his bat and he’s not going to admire his moon shots, although I would suggest he has earned the right to admire ones like these that land on Staten Island.

    – ESPN on the Yankee’s Aaron Judge ( LINK ) last night.

  14. edinva says:

    I sorta figured PR would vote for statehood. Probably in the hopes that they’d be bailed out of their debt. Twenty or so years ago when they last voted on statehood, PR was more R than it is today, and the thinking at the time was to admit PR as the new R state and DC as the new D state. Thankfully that never came to pass. In retrospect, they never should have admitted AK and HI as states. The distance from them to the nearest state, and the cultural differences from the contiguous states (different as they are among them) makes each almost like another country.

    This week Melania and Barron move into the White House. I can’t tell you how sorry I feel for that poor kid.

    I believe Jeff Sessions is already on tap to go testify on the Hill this week. It will be a bit more complicated with POTUS. But Schumer is in no position to demand his appearance. I want to see Loretta Lynch up there first, and anyone implicated from her testimony. THEN we can worry about President Trump.

    Prayers that I survive Tuesday. Have to be up at 4am, on duty at 5am, and not outta there till 9pm. That is one loooooong (not to mention boring) day. And, given primary turnout, it’ll seem even longer. Maybe with contested races in both parties we’ll see a better turnout… that keeps us busy and makes time pass.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good morning ED Yes, tomorrow will be a “coping” day for you. We will sure be interested in how it all turns out!

    • The Raven says:

      Wow!! Long day on Election Day !!! For sure.

      PS: I believe there’s a larger cultural difference between where I live (TN) and DC that is harder to overcome than the Alaskan culture. BTW- I just had an 8 hour drive and listened to Tyler Cowen on The Complacent Class on this subject

    • tillacum says:

      Good Morning All.
      ed, I agree, Alaska should never have been made a state. We were given rules we didn’t need. We got people who didn’t know how to survive the land,
      I also agree, Schumer is just a loud mouth, histrionicl boob trying to steal the People’s choice for president. Comey learned, the hard way, one must not keep the President waiting 22 hours to return a call. I keep thinking Comey is protecting the clintons. I too want to see Lynch called to testify.
      I agree, you will be in for a loooooong day. I did that for a lot of years, now I’m letting the younguns do it.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Good morning till We are finally getting some TEXAS- like weather!

    • The Raven says:

      The Dems are all about 2018 Senate races and Ruth Ginsberg’s replacement – and they are so far ahead now, I don’t see a way out

    • edinva says:

      Rav, I haven’t followed the polls, but IIRC, Ds have @ 24 seats to protect in ’18, and Rs only @ 8 (in the Senate). How they can be so far ahead as to flip the majority? Just statistically it would seem the Rs would pick up a seat or two, all the propaganda against them notwithstanding.

      Till, this might just be our last go on election day. We are the only ones on tomorrow’s crew who are returning. All the ‘usuals’ have either taken a break or retired. It’s just too grueling. I can’t sleep for days before elections, all because of the fear of oversleeping past the 4am alarm.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I think that is pretty typical …the long shifts and the lack of people willing to do that…I wonder where this is all headed in terms of elections and how they are conducted.

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