Voting in Kentucky

First time voting in the State of Kentucky. Even the sticker after voting goes all out with an image of the state…. refreshing!

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I got up early… not too difficult after the weekend where the time ‘fell back’…and went to the local Fire department to vote. I also tweeted and gabbed my vote, back to blogging here for a moment, and still have almost an hour before I punch in to work. Nice!

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Progressives aka Socialists Getting Boots on the Ground for Mid-Term Elections

If you think that Progressives are not already in scheme mode, then go back to sleep. Patriots can never rest. While looking through a major job board this evening, I clicked on an interesting job offer link that left the original site and connected totally through Google… hmm? I won’t detail the original site but you can see it within the redirected link in the screen capture below

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The live link to read the job description, and for which Progressives will have a novel approach gathering a bounty of names nationwide for ‘some purpose (wink wink)’, can be viewed on District Director Field.

Patriots don’t let Patriots down!

Expose these harvesting tools of the Progressive Trolls!

How Cold Is It This New Year’s Day?

Even icicles are taking cover under mountain ledges to warm up…

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Happy New Year’s “YOU ALL”!

The Idiocy and Downfall of David Leavitt Who Should Have Left-It Alone

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If you were not paying attention to the Liberal Loon Media Presstitutes, trying to grab their 15 minutes of fame & flame over the Manchester mass attack today, then you missed the idiocy of David Leavitt on Twitter. His ‘jokes’ were beneath contempt and

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several hours passed where later he boldly claims to have deleted the offensive ‘joke’, while in mid-stream of his tweets, he didn’t have a clue as to why the influx of numerous comments that his account was receiving. Note – Twitter informed him!

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Really David? Deleted because so many people asked? What part of smart are you? Clueless in Cyberspace springs to mind! Well there’s no chance of the typical Leftist “I misspoke, I was hacked, etc. etc.” excuses. Mr. Leavitt, past tensing your name is the omen that potentially speaking… should have notified you that you should have LEFTITT alone!

And just a tip… you can delete it…

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Non-Obstructionists VS. The Liberal Obstructionists

Your vote matters, my vote matters, and how the U.S. Senate/Senators vote definitely matters and for the record my previous home state – Arkansas – ‘of encouragement’ :

Recent Senate Votes
Wilson Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (76-22, 2 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Heather Wilson to be secretary of the Air Force.

Sen. Tom Cotton voted YES
Sen. John Boozman voted YES


Gottlieb Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (57-42, 1 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Scott Gottlieb to be commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.

Sen. Tom Cotton voted YES
Sen. John Boozman voted YES


Methane Release Limitation Disapproval – Vote Failed (49-51)

McConnell, R-Ky., motion to proceed to the joint resolution that would nullify a Bureau of Land Management rule that requires oil and gas operators on public lands to take measures that decrease waste of natural gas.

Sen. Tom Cotton voted YES
Sen. John Boozman voted YES


Lighthizer Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (82-14, 4 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Robert Lighthizer to be the U.S. Trade Representative.

Sen. Tom Cotton voted YES
Sen. John Boozman voted YES


Rosen Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (56-42, 2 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Jeffrey Rosen to be deputy secretary of Transportation.

Sen. Tom Cotton voted YES
Sen. John Boozman voted YES


Brand Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (52-46, 2 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Rachel Brand to be associate attorney general at the Justice Department.

Sen. Tom Cotton voted YES
Sen. John Boozman voted YES

And the currently discouraging state I ‘reside’ in record of obstructionism liberals:

Recent Senate Votes
Wilson Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (76-22, 2 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Heather Wilson to be secretary of the Air Force.

Sen. Patty Murray voted NO
Sen. Maria Cantwell voted NO


Gottlieb Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (57-42, 1 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Scott Gottlieb to be commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.

Sen. Patty Murray voted NO
Sen. Maria Cantwell voted NO


Methane Release Limitation Disapproval – Vote Failed (49-51)

McConnell, R-Ky., motion to proceed to the joint resolution that would nullify a Bureau of Land Management rule that requires oil and gas operators on public lands to take measures that decrease waste of natural gas.

Sen. Patty Murray voted NO
Sen. Maria Cantwell voted NO


Lighthizer Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (82-14, 4 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Robert Lighthizer to be the U.S. Trade Representative.

Sen. Patty Murray voted YES
Sen. Maria Cantwell voted YES


Rosen Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (56-42, 2 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Jeffrey Rosen to be deputy secretary of Transportation.

Sen. Patty Murray voted NO
Sen. Maria Cantwell voted NO


Brand Nomination – Confirmation – Vote Confirmed (52-46, 2 Not Voting)

The Senate confirmed the nomination of Rachel Brand to be associate attorney general at the Justice Department.

Sen. Patty Murray voted NO
Sen. Maria Cantwell voted NO

Uncanny Liberal State of Denial by the Obstructionists of Washington State > Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell!

National History Day Theme – Taking A Stand In History

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img_0028Although National History Day kicks off in September, current competition is proceeding to the state contest in Washington State this Saturday. I was honored to participate as a preparatory judge today in Pasco, Washington. Subjects were selected by these young adults to research and detail their position. I found my group of 9th and 10th graders, widely diverse not without some controversy but, deeply dedicated to full knowledge, well sourced, and passionate about their subject.

One student came with no paper but was spot on with delivery and excellent when queried. Another student brought report, notes, and a full power point display. Both students were equally impressive. The subjects ranged from Bloody Sunday to Miep Gies to Abbie Hoffman and anything and everything in between. These young Americans gave me hope that the last eight years have not stupefied all of the youth in the USA but maybe leaned a whole…

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Netflix Doesn’t Want White People Viewing or Their Money

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Thanks to The Gateway Pundit for exposing this racism…

I worked all day and came home to see this on one of my favorite blogs

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So I immediately cancelled my account

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Also tweeted

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And my new favorite GAB

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Now blogging & mirroring on my other blog. Can you say offended? Bet Netflix is feeling the wrath. I told my contact at Netflix that “…you might want to check out Hulu for a new job…” because lack of class will set Netflix back… financially.

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