Posted by Randy Boadway on 29th May 2019
(reposted here by me with permission from Randy)
Memorial day 2019 started out as a normal day at eRockets we started early to get packages ready to be out the door the next day. John came in at 4am to get started and I showed up at 9am to take care of concerns and open the door for shoppers and builders to spend part of their day here. Joe S was here most of the day and Joe says Murphy follows him around a lot. As soon as Joe left the…Continue
Added by SGT William A. Geresy (ret) on May 29, 2019 at 11:48pm — No Comments
You won’t read about this in any history book. It didn’t occur on some field of battle.
As Forrest Gump said, “The best place to start is at the beginning.”
George Ferrocarril and I first met due to a mutual interest in trains. I heard him tell another that he was in the Air Force. So when I could I asked him when he served. He told me he was stationed at Griffiss AFB. I asked him when. I was there at the same time. A friendship started.
George and I didn’t work that far…Continue
A few weeks back, CNN bought out around one hundred employees. This came on the heels of rumors of major layoffs coming to CNN. At the time, even though it was obvious why those employees were being bought out (i.e. a precursor to forced layoffs), the liberal news network got very defensive about people suggesting they were having issues.
CNN’s Brian Stelter did what he always does, which is to play the role of Baghdad Bob for Mark Zucker.
As I wrote at the time,…Continue
Added by SGT William A. Geresy (ret) on May 26, 2019 at 12:29pm — No Comments
by Joe Hoft
AG Barr outsmarted Robert Mueller and his ‘pitbull‘ Andrew Weissmann to end the Russia Hoax. And, he did this all in one weekend.
Here’s how he did it.
One of the first things that Bill Barr did after being appointed President Trump’s new Attorney General on Valentine’s Day in 2019, was to meet with Robert Mueller and his team. Barr stated that he and Mueller met a couple weeks after his appointment –
Barr, in testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee,…Continue
Added by SGT William A. Geresy (ret) on May 25, 2019 at 1:00pm — No Comments
by Elizabeth Vaughn
CTV of Vancouver reported that numerous flyers had been posted at a local park which read, “Many Muslims live in this area and dogs are considered filthy in Islam. Please keep your dogs on a leash and away from the Muslims who live in this community.”
The city’s mayor was questioned about the signs by CTV and said they had not been issued by the city. However, he said “Whether they were produced by a well-meaning member of the Muslim community or by someone…
Federal rule ends a union's ability to involuntarily take money from home health care givers
By Patrick J. Wright
Today, due to a newly minted federal rule, the rest of the United States finally joins Michigan in ending the home health care dues skim, whereby Medicaid grants meant to fund the care of the elderly and disabled were being diverted to unions. In its 2014 Harris v. Quinn decision, the U.S. Supreme Court held that requiring mandatory dues or fees from these…Continue