America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- July 31, 2017 – Aug. 4, 2017 Remember 9/11

Hello!

Looks like the Senate will return to the health care mess this week at Trump’s urging…..it’s a plan, it’s plan! As we try, Fantasy Island style to see something there that isn’t.

And Russia has expelled 755 U.S. diplomats in response for U.S. sanctions.

Make Congress Share our Pain

What’s Worse: play off pain, or rooting for a loser?

The Administrative State Declares its Independence

The Problem of Competitive Victimhood

Major Acosta Fail

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71 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- July 31, 2017 – Aug. 4, 2017 Remember 9/11

  1. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  2. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  3. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

    • lysie says:

    • The Raven says:

      “I’ve been working the Chesapeake Bay for fifty-plus years. I have a crab house business out on the water. And water level is the same it was when the place was built in 1970…I’m not a scientist but I’m a keen observer, and if sea levels rises are occurring, why am I not seeing signs of it?”

      – Mayor James “Ooker” Eskridge who lives on Al Gore’s disappearing island. (LINK)

    • lysie says:

      Facts mean nothing to Gore. Especially, when he’s promoting something that could make millions for him.

    • The Raven says:

      That catch put Boston back into first, as the Yankees lost. Aaron Judge has been horrible since the All Star break. He had another hitless night and he’s now under 300 batting average and he was leading the league before the break.

    • The Raven says:

      I just read an article on rising Obamacare insurance rates and the opening sentence included this:

      health insurers in some states are seeking increases as high as 30% or more for premiums on 2018 Affordable Care Act plans … as companies try to anticipate Trump administration policies.

      The “journalists” should be required to required to state up front who the voted for so we can skip reading it and not waste our time. I wonder if they had dug a little deeper if they would have found another reason for the costs rising.

    • lysie says:

      I’m not a Boston fan by any means. I thought the Jax the flipper catch was great. Sorry your team lost, Molly.

      Rav, the past few games Gardner has been the hitting hero. Come on , Judge, get with it.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Hey…good morning….thanks for breakfast, for the video, and the quote from mayor Eskridge…who, btw, is a cousin of one of my cousins (not my side of the family). I will send her the story in case she missed it…

    • ... says:

      …in the form of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, the world has a petri dish in which to judge the sort of policies endorsed by Jones, Klein, British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, homegrown socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders and countless other deluded utopians. There, the ghastly failures of their ideas are playing out for everyone to see; a real-time rebuke, as if another were needed, to socialism. That these people are considered authorities on … running a country, is absurd.

      – James Kirchick, LA Times Remember all those left-wing pundits who drooled over Venezuela?

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Deluded utopians….I have heard reports that many of the Venezuelans still believe in the policies. It’s just the people implementing them were not up to the task

  4. The Raven says:

    I posted a long time ago that when the digging stops, at the bottom of the barrel will be Ben Rhodes (LINK)

  5. Molly Pitcher says:

    So a bi -partisan House group is coming up with a TARP plan for 0Care, .paying the insurance subsidies for a year…UGH, UGH

  6. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. The fishing trip with Greg’s cousins was a success. They caught (4) 20 inch salmon and a Lake Trout.

  7. The Raven says:

    Interesting baseball playoff races races coming in the fall. The National League has the red hot Dodgers (0.705) v. the hot Nationals (0.606) v. the returning champs – the Cubs (0.538).

    The American League has the red hot Astros (0.657) v. the baby bomber Yankees (0.548) v. the returning champs – the [redacted] (0.548).

    • lysie says:

      Yankees were in a slump , but it seems like they are coming out of it. They were 5 games behind Boston and now .5 ahead.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Check out the sports piece I linked above…..

    • lysie says:

      Wow, Molly. I take baseball seriously , but I do it in a fun way. It’s not always about winning or losing. It’s about GOOD baseball no matter what team. Jack and Ben seem to take the fun out of it with that article. 😉

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes, I agree. Basically, a well played game is the best. If those all accumulate to the point of a post season visit, that’s an extra…..and I brace myself, taking each game then, especially, as it comes….well that’s the plan anyway 😳

  8. edinva says:

    Scaramucci out so fast !!!

    • The Raven says:

      Wow….actually, I think it was a few days too late. How in the world did he pick that guy in the first place

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      I am finding this all very entertaining in its way.

    • edinva says:

      This poor guy (Saramucci) is a train wreck. His wife, giving birth to their 3rd child in as many years, divorces him because she can’t stand Trump, he misses the birth, goes way off the rails with the power he imagines himself having, acts like a total jackass, and in 10 days is canned. I heard he told General Kelly “I don’t answer to you!” Seriously? Seriously?

      Rav, I can only imagine that President Trump thought Saramucci would be tough, and not an inside the beltway owned wimp. Well, I guess he’s not a wimp, not inside the beltway, nor owned, BUT he did himself in by being arrogant and making one stupid move after the other, trying to be the “tough guy.” He met General Kelly and found out what a tough guy is! And it’s not just a big mouth.

      Today, more important, I returned to my 20 month old granddaughter’s soccer lessons. Honestly, watching two little toddlers “playing” soccer is so funny, it removes all your cares and woes. They are oblivious to each other and the instructor… they just follow their impulses. At the risk of repeating myself, the classes are held at the “Old Navy Hospital” on PA Ave in DC. It was commissioned by President Lincoln during the Civil War (or The War of Northern Aggression as it’s known locally). After decades of being neglected and allowed to deteriorate, some civic minded types decided to restore it and they did a beautiful job. It’s now a Community Center set on Capitol Hill that in recent years has become a yuppie haven, no longer anything approaching the slum that much of it was as recently as 20 years ago.

    • lysie says:

      Hi ed.

      That didn’t take long at all. My opinion of him changed after he cursed..big time. Not necessary. It proved to me that he was not the right guy.

      I can picture those young ones playing soccer. What a hoot!!

  9. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone. Thanks for the start, Molly.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Oh yummy…..congrats on Greg’s big catch. How are you?

    • lysie says:

      Good morning. He’s out again with his cousins.

      I’m fine. I’m getting ready to list a few things on eBay.

      How is your trip going? Well, I hope.

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes, fine except the washing machine in our rental…we need to call about a problem. I Remember last year I solved it, but can’t remember this year. The door won’t close and lock. It seems to think it’s already locked..we’ve unplugged it to reset several times..no luck

  10. The Raven says:

    The blood of those slaughtered Christians, as well as the Yazidis and Muslims, is squarely on the head of Barack Obama and his White House enablers – the Democratic Party and the Democrats’ kept press … [their] enabling of the most barbaric forces in the Middle East is a national disgrace, and the most shameful episode in America’s post-World War II experience.

    – David Horowitz in an excellent guest essay on Powerline.

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