Skip to comments.AMERICA - The Right Way!! (Day 2254) [Remember the Trade Center!!]
Posted on 05/25/2007 4:37:30 AM PDT by Chairman_December_19th_Society
As we settle into the nighttime of despair, fret not, for the Sun will rise again!!
We, here, will never forget those who died on September 11, 2001, as we seek to protect the Republic from all who will do her harm!!
Quick start--actually going to be a very busy day here at the office as the weekend looms.
For AMERICA - The Right Way, I remain yours in the Cause, the Chairman.
Good Morning Everyone!
Kassie, how are YOU?
Thanks Chairman and lysie!
Congress in Wonderland American Thinker
Mission: Possible WSJ...What Schumer's up to
Snarling Dems hinder Kennedy's strategy Dems are split too
So, a minimum wage increase is attached to the Iraq bill?
Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night...put my walkman to my ear...turn it on, hear a bit of news, then go back to sleep, and the next morning? Did I hear THAT??!! LOL!
Sometimes it's hard news...other times it's ghostly visions from Coast to Coast AM....LOL!
Soooo busy! But in good health, so I can’t complain.
How are YOU???
Monday, January 26
" A meeting with head of FBI-SS-CIA, Sec's of Defense & others. Have ordered they be given back their ability to function...Hostages will arrive in country tomorrow. It seems some of them had some tough questions cor Carter in Germany as to why they were there so long and why they were there to begin with."
President Reagan speaks from the grave. Take that Carter.
WOW! NYT and bikers.
We are well, kassie. Thanks.
Got to report on the shrimp boil this morning, Cajun style.
The workers from VA, W. Va, Maryland came down here to help refurbish some dwellings that were in need of repair and, the owners had no money.
First off, my hat is off to them, each and every one of them, there is still good in he folks in this country, well, some of them anyhow. I am talking kids from 12 up, parents, grandparents, friends to the families, it makes your heart smile.
Shrimp boil. None have ever experienced anything like it before, Cajun style cooked shrimp with corn and potaotoEs, spicy buy not water drinking spicey. It was soloid ‘awwws, woows’, greats’, not to mention the lasting friendship that was made with us and them. Life is so sweet, and to see the faces on the people who received makes you wear that smile for a long, long time.
Prez didn’t back down on the funding for the troops but did give the dims some gimmies. Hey, did I hear that Lindsey Graham was Boo’d when he went home? I did not hear exactly who it was but thought it was him, excuse me, VICE PRESTDENI Graham.
It is off to some fresh grits and butter at the big house, found out that Jason LOVES grits, like ole PawPaw, we sit together and ‘indulge’. AND while talking of Jason, folks, within 30 days we (D and SIL) will sign the adoption and he will be a part of this family. Next project, a little girl.
I am late in feeding my chicks so, better get out and do my duty. All have a good and safe day, one filled with love and pleasant one. Course the option is always there to have a bad day, one of those cup slinging, foot stomping, ‘kick the cat’ kind of day, Maybe somedays it does the soul good to pitch a fit or two.
Chair, thanks for the start.
Molly, thanks for the articles to read.
Mware, I can’t wait for our library to get “Reagan Diaries”, I know I will enjoy that book.
Toby, how are the little chicks and turkeys?
My wee little turkeys (for now) are sitting at my front door just chirping up a storm.
Just wondering about those wee turkeys....are you planning on getting eggs from them too, or are they for Thanksgiving dinner?
I read back to you yesterdays post to me about legal immigration, me too, all for it, LEGAL. BUT, if I were in Mexico they would my picture plastered all over everywhere to watch out for ‘Toby’ trying to sneak in, again.
WASHINGTON A New Jersey Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen refused to accept the outcome of an alleged mugging on Thursday night when he foiled a pickpocket attempt in Georgetown.
The incident occurred as Frelinghuysen was walking near his D.C. residence around 9:30 p.m. ET. Police say the 61-year-old congressman was approached by a group of young men when he felt someone grab his wallet from behind.
The seven-term Republican ran after the young suspect just as two Metropolitan Police officers were driving by. They helped apprehend the suspect nearby. The search is still continuing for at least one other suspect.
Frelinghuysen, who represents the Morris County, N.J., area was not injured in the incident.
Trivia Question for today:
The Sioux City Journal, just down the Missouri River in Sioux City, Iowa, is running a contest called “The Big Guess,” offering a flat-screen TV to the reader who correctly predicts it. About 170 people have entered. What is is they’re trying to predict?
I see D is up, she pulld the blinds on the door to let me know she is fixing coffee so, off to bug her for a bit, naw, not really.
Toby...you are the best “gentleman” farmer, I know.
I need to get busy outside...you all have a great day.
P.S... Raven... My guess 28 inches of snow this coming winter!
>>My guess 28 inches of snow this coming winter!
Darth AirBorne, Last Horseman- OOH-RAH!
Do not forget: September 11th-
And do not forget to make one of the FOUR
Freedom Alliance Freedom Concerts-This year--being held in four locations--the New Jersey one I will be at with my 9/11 Memorial Model- will be on SEPTEMBER 11th!!
God Bless you all-your families & Friends
Good Morning everybody. I’m really struggling to get moving this morning. That happens occasionally when I push myself too hard.
tR, I googled the Sioux City Journal to see if they had anything about their contest on their web page, but they didn’t. They didn’t.
Chilly here this morning. I had to dig out a sweatshirt before I could check for rabbit damage in the garden.
Good morning folks, checking in briefly. We are my in-laws and the weather is cool and mild here on the high plains too. Definitly jeans and jackets if one is to be outdoors much.
I’ll take the opportunity to wish everybody a wonderful Memorial Day as the weekend will be company-filled here and very busy.
God bless our fine military and their brave families. God bless our Commander in Chief. God bless our honored veterans.
I meant to add to you IG that the corn is very much behind in size and maturity from what we saw near daughters residence.
Wet wet fields, corn just starting up, some planting not done. Corn maturity seemed to really be noticeably delayed in western IL and continued to be stunted and behind as we traversed on west.
The western cornbelt was late to plant due to wet fields.
Some roads in Iowa are closed again today due to high water. I would imagine some farmers are going to go the “Prevented Planting” route. I’ve heard the late freeze did a number on emerged corn in Northern MO, but haven’t been out that way to see for myself.
What State do your in-laws live in Prairie?
Hi and bye, doggie. We’re off to put out some flowers at a local cemetery.
Good Afternoon, everyone.
Hi prairie! You still in Minnezota?
We're about to be it by this line of storms coming up from the s.w.
The SC Journal must be hard up for contests. WHO knew Elk Point SD even existed.
If we Iowa’s get really lucky, the Missouri River channel will change course and we’ll be rid of Sioux City. They fit better with Nebraska.
Those are fantastic glasses, lysie. I have a couple of patterns without the designs. I’m a glass/crystal freak.
Wow...this is my second try at this post....I typed it out and sent it -—and it isn’t there.
The Elk Point SD contest in the Sioux City Paper is about this secret project. Someone is trying to buy a lot of cornfields and the local mayor has signed a non-disclosure and isn’t talking.
Guesses are Toyota plant or oil refinery.
I had that happen last night and this morning.
Good morning, everyone.
Those glasses are fun. Kind of 50-ish.
All...Good morning. More showers I expect...darkish and cloudy...
Good morning, Molly! We had a little rain last night, but we sure could use more!
Good morning. We dodged the Tstorms last night, but today I’m not sure that will happen.
Not sure if I mentioned it, but after about 15 years, I declined to continue as church gardener. It was time to move on, and let someone else step in, and it's such a relief not to have to even think about the tasks to handle there in May, and thru out the summer.
I think you’ve been hit by other storms tho the past 2 weeks, right? We’ve had nothing, basically, for weeks....Maybe one shower and that was all...
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