Archive for September 8th, 2018

Kamala Harris Suggested Kavanaugh Spoke To Trump’s Law Firm About Mueller. She Was Lying, Of Course.

on September 8, 2018, 7:14 AM / in National News

On Wednesday, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) attempted to grab the 2020 Democratic presidential limelight by launching into an attack on Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s latest pick for the Supreme Court. She essentially accused Kavanaugh of stonewalling on whether he had spoken with President Trump’s law firm about the Robert Mueller investigation. Kavanaugh correctly said he didn’t know what she […]

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Biting the Hand That Fed You…

Biting the Hand That Fed You…

on September 8, 2018, 7:10 AM / in National News

Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation was sued on Friday by two residents of the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans who charged that Pitt’s charity sold them “defectively and improperly constructed homes.” The lawsuit accuses Make It Right, formed by Pitt in 2007 to help Lower Ninth Ward residents return home after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, of unfair trade […]

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The latest LGBT lunacy: ‘Transgender’ puppet to teach kids about ‘gender issues’

on September 8, 2018, 7:08 AM / in National News, Opinion

By JONATHON VAN MAREN (LifeSiteNews) – The ongoing attempts by trans activists to introduce the ideology of gender fluidity to children has been taking many forms recently. There has been the “Drag Queen Reading Hour,” where drag queens read pro-LGBT storybooks to little children at libraries right across the country. There has been the inclusion of gender fluidity in sex-education (most […]

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The 10 Most Destructive Americans of My 8 Decades

on September 8, 2018, 6:50 AM / in Opinion

By Frank Hawkins  |   American Thinker Frank Hawkins is a former US Army intelligence officer, Associated Press foreign correspondent, international businessman, senior newspaper company executive, founder and owner of several marketing companies and published novelist. He is currently retired in North Carolina.  fhawk852@gmail.com America has undergone enormous change during the nearly eight decades of my life. Today, America is a bitterly […]

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Spartacus 2020

Spartacus 2020

on September 8, 2018, 6:42 AM / in Bedtime Stories
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The year the party machines broke

The year the party machines broke

on September 8, 2018, 6:41 AM / in National News, Opinion

BY REID WILSON   |   THE HILL 2018 marks the demise of the big-city Democratic machine. For centuries, those storied machines dominated America’s largest cities, driving volunteers through neighborhoods and delivering voters to the polls. But for the last several years, those machines have come under intense pressure, from a rising generation of progressive and minority activists and from rampant scandals […]

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Police: Bones found in bag by lake are missing man’s remains

on September 8, 2018, 6:37 AM / in State News

By The Associated Press NASHVILLE — Police say bones found inside a small duffel bag near a lake in Tennessee are those of a missing man. Police tell news outlets in a statement that the bag was discovered by Percy Priest Lake on Sunday. Police identified the bones inside Thursday afternoon as remains of 57-year-old Michael Lee Goff Jr. Police […]

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I have no way of estimating the depth of stupidity of the liberal mind

I have no way of estimating the depth of stupidity of the liberal mind

on September 8, 2018, 6:35 AM / in Opinion

I have no way of estimating the depth of stupidity of the liberal mind These snippets say it better than I ever could… straight from the horses ass, er… mouth. Any honest and clear-sighted observer should be able to see that diversity is a solvent that dissolves the unity and cohesiveness of a nation.

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Trump Insurrection

Trump Insurrection

on September 8, 2018, 6:28 AM / in Opinion

By Bill Sardi  |   LewRockwell.com Former economic advisor Gary Cohn swipes notes that President Trump made from his desk and gives them to reporter Bob Woodward of Watergate fame that Woodward then uses to promote his new book entitled FEAR. Former Director of Communications Omarosa Manigault Newman is said to have audio taped every conversation she had in the White House and without substantiation claims […]

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14 Days for Papadopoulos

14 Days for Papadopoulos

on September 8, 2018, 6:08 AM / in National News

I guess that Mueller did not catch such a big bad criminal. Papadopoulos was given 14 days in jail. “Former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos — whose actions sparked the initial FBI probe into Russian election interference — was sentenced to 14 days in prison on Friday for lying to investigators about his contacts with a Kremlin-linked professor during the […]

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Galveston’s Lessons

Galveston’s Lessons

on September 8, 2018, 6:00 AM / in History

Hello, it’s Friday, September 8, 2017. At this hour, Irma is menacing the Turks and Caicos Islands, the Bahamas, and northern Cuba, while barreling toward Florida. She’s been downgraded slightly, to a Category 4 storm, but that is still a powerful hurricane. The Caribbean islands hit the hardest by Irma — Barbuda, St. Martin, St. Bart, Anguilla, and the British […]

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A Helping Hand

A Helping Hand

on September 8, 2018, 6:00 AM / in Religion

To him who is afflicted, kindness should be shown by his friend. —Job 6:14 Read: Luke 5:17-26  A college student named Kelly shattered her arm in the first volleyball game of the season. This meant she couldn’t work at her part-time job. Then her car stopped running. To top it all off, the young man she had been dating stopped calling. […]

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‘Daisy’ at 50: The Most Vicious, and Most Effective, Politcal Ad in History

on September 8, 2018, 6:00 AM / in History, National News, News

Time magazine described the “Daisy” ad, which aired only once 50 years ago today, as “the most infamous, and most effective” political ad ever. A little girl appears on the screen, stoops, and picks a daisy. As she starts pulling the petals off the flower, she counts, “One, two, three…” Her little-girl voice fades away as an ominous male voice […]

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The Acton-Lee Correspondence

on September 8, 2018, 6:00 AM / in History

Bologna November 4, 1866 . Sir, The very kind letter which Mrs. Lee wrote to my wife last winter encouraged me to hope that you will forgive my presuming to address you, and that you will not resent as an intrusion a letter from an earnest and passionate lover of the cause whose glory and whose strength you were. I […]

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This Day in History September 8th

This Day in History September 8th

on September 8, 2018, 6:00 AM / in History, News

In 2007, In an effort to make the city of Jackson the best it can be, LANA, Lambuth Area Neighborhood Association, started preparing for a long term relationship with the city of Jackson. Scott Parish sent this to me as the City Councilman and I wholly approved of the work he and his staff are proposing. There were sub committees proposed that fall under Government Affairs for LANA. Though Lambuth College’s Public Relations Director and I don’t agree that two of them should be in this category I think they must begin here to be fostered and grown. We can discuss more about that later.
1) CERT
Train and prepare for disaster response.

2) City Code Relations
a) collect resident complaints of property code violations
b) monitor violations and resolved violations
c) report possible violations and resolutions
d) maintain database of property owners
e) maintain database of reported violations

3) Friendship (the Meet and Greet guys)
a) welcome new residents into LANA
b) provide new and existing residents with information of how to become involved with LANA
c) make available and distribute specific information that is additional to the LANA newsletter
d) maintain a working relationship with LANA Communications Committee to improve involvement among LANA residents

4) Community Improvement ( the “I’m glad you are my mayor. What have you done for me lately?” guys)
Some of the projects were here
a) petition for sidewalk repairs and additions
b) petition to have streets blocked that should not be pass through
c) find support for area wide Wi Fi
d) Work with TVA on “green power incentives”
e) petition for additional signage as needed (children playing, stop signs, traffic lights)
f) undertake other large scale projects that would contribute to LANA being a safer, cleaner, more family oriented community.

By 2010 none of these programs were still on the burners of LANA, directorship had changed.

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