Monthly Archives: December 2018

America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant –December 31, 2018- January 4, 2019 Remember 9/11

Hello! Appeals Court Judge Leon Tucker has opened up the possibility of another appeal by  Mumia Abu-Jamal, Philadelphia cop-killer, called “political prisoner”  by the Left. The first Left-wing outrage of the new year? Quite possibly. Bye, Bye 2018 – The … Continue reading

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America-the-Right-Way-Staying-Vigilant December 29 , 2018 – December 30 , 2018 Remember-9-11- Weekend-Edition

Well, December seems to be whizzing right along. 🙂 Yesterday the illegal ( Gustavo Perez Arriaga)who allegedly shot a Newman , California police officer Cpl. Ronil Singh was apprehended. Two more have been arrested. Arriaga’s girlfriend, Ana Leyde Cervantes of … Continue reading

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America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant –December 24, 2018- December 28, 2018 Remember 9/11

Hello! For the day before Christmas, there is some significant news. Jim Mattis  will leave the Defense Dept. at the end of the year, when his replacement, the Deputy Sec Def takes over as Acting Secretary. His name is Patrick … Continue reading

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America-the-Right-Way-Staying-Vigilant December 22 , 2018 – December 23 , 2018 Remember-9-11- Weekend-Edition

In the spirit of Christmas, LongHorn Steakhouse restaurants have donated more than 19.4 million pounds of surplus food to local community food banks. This equals close to 16.1 million meals. An Ohio kindergartner was granted his Christmas wish this year … Continue reading

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America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant –December 17, 2018- December 21, 2018 Remember 9/11

Hello! As some government funding is set to end on Friday, and neither the President nor the Dems seem willing to budge over the border wall, a partial government shutdown is possible at that time. It’s not clear how much … Continue reading

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America-the-Right-Way-Staying-Vigilant December 15 , 2018 – December 16 , 2018 Remember-9-11- Weekend-Edition

Even if you heard about this, it’s such a wonderful gesture it needs to be mentioned again. The Gary Sinise Foundation sent hundreds of Gold Star families to Disney World. Sinise said, “Over 1,000 Gold Star children travel with the … Continue reading

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America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant –December 10, 2018- December 14, 2018 Remember 9/11

Hello! PARIS – France has been rocked by violence again, anti-government protesters battling police and triggering damage in the heart of Paris and elsewhere. As many as 2,000 people were arrested, a record in the history of France for one … Continue reading

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America-the-Right-Way-Staying-Vigilant December 8 , 2018 – December 9 , 2018 Remember-9-11- Weekend-Edition

Last week I mentioned a radio station ban of the song “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” Guess what? The feud is not over. Dean Martin’s daughter said she will continue to sing the song to her audience. Good for her. Chris … Continue reading

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America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant –December 3, 2018- December 7, 2018 Remember 9/11

Hello! What is it about dead Republicans? With a few, very few, isolated incidences, the lame stream media is remembering George H.W. Bush with fondness and praise.  Even Evan Thomas, author of the infamous Newsweek “Wimp” article, now says he … Continue reading

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America-the-Right-Way-Staying-Vigilant December 1 , 2018 – December 2 , 2018 Remember-9-11- Weekend-Edition

RIP George Herbert Walker Bush. In the are you kidding me department? WDOK Christmas 102, a radio station , has stopped playing “Baby It’s Cold Outside” this holiday season after listeners voiced concern about the song’s predatory undertones. Yikes. Imagine … Continue reading

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