Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Catching A Flight Early Thursday, Not Taking My Computer...

TAKING AN EARLY MORNING FLIGHT THURSDAY.  I WILL HAVE  LITTLE CONNECTIVITY FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. Decided to go on a news fast without my computer so I can better focus on family and friends for a few days and attempt to leave as much of the news behind, if that's possible.  I do have my phone.

Next week,  I'll be back to Wyoming for two more weeks before fleeing the mayhem and major traffic gridlock expected here for the total solar eclipse going through the Tetons.  Instead,  I'll go back to Middle  Tennessee---where I belong--- and see that same eclipse from some of the remote hills and hollows there, God willing.

Thanks for coming by.  God bless.

God bless America.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

IBD Editorial: Mueller's Russia Probe Is Morphing Into A Political Hit Job/Witch Hunt; Either Rein Him In Or Fire Him

I AGREE WITH THE IBD EDITORIAL BELOW. It appears that Mueller's investigation---which is a boon doggle to begin with---has exploded far outside its mandated bounds into a far-reaching witch hunt to destroy President Donald Trump's presidency and overturn the 2016 election results.

This investigation is judicial  unprofessionalism and desperation at its worst and needs to be halted at all costs, even in spite of  Democrats' threats of a coup. We're already experiencing a coup attempt.

 Mueller needs to be reined in or fired soon. Here is a piece from today's Investor's Business Daily:
Firing Mueller: If recent reports are true, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has veered sharply off course to investigate matters that have nothing to do with Russia's tampering with our 2016 election.

He either has to be reeled in to do the job he was hired to do, or fired.

This isn't supposed to happen under American law, where a person can be given the task of an open investigation on someone with the end-goal of finding something, anything, that he or she has ever done that is illegal. That's the kind of thing that was routinely done in places like the Soviet Union, in which laws meant nothing and ideology and politics everything.

America has always been different. We have defined our nation as a nation guided by the rule of law — "a nation of laws and not men," as our Founders liked to say.

When Mueller was first named to look into allegations that the Trump campaign had colluded with Russian officials to tilt the election, we thought it was a bad idea driven by the Democrats' rage, not by any real concerns about Russian collusion. After all, when the book on U.S.-Russian/Soviet diplomacy is finally written, it will show collusion was basically a pillar of Democratic foreign policy from the 1970s on — from Teddy Kennedy and Jimmy Carter to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Now, with his investigation linking the Trump campaign to any kind of actual collusion with the Russian government apparently going nowhere, Mueller has decided to broaden the investigation, according to news reports. If so, it's beyond his brief as a Special Counsel and he should be told to stick to what he's supposed to do.

This isn't a political talking point; it's a legal necessity.

As Bloomberg reports, "The U.S. special counsel investigating possible ties between the Donald Trump campaign and Russia in last year's election is examining a broad range of transactions involving Trump's businesses as well as those of his associates, according to a person familiar with the probe."

If this is true, it marks a significant departure from the agreed-upon limits of the original investigation.

One of the things Mueller's apparently looking at is Russian purchases of Trump apartments, Trump's involvement in a New York development with Russian partners, the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow and the sale of Trump's Florida mansion to a Russian billionaire all the way back in 2008.
Again, Bloomberg: "Agents are also interested in dealings with the Bank of Cyprus, where Wilbur Ross served as vice chairman before he became commerce secretary. In addition, they are examining the efforts of Jared Kushner, the president's son-in-law and senior aide, to secure financing for some of his family's real-estate properties."

Bloomberg notes that "The roots of Mueller's follow-the-money investigation lie partly in a wide-ranging money laundering probe launched by then-Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara last year," according to a source. (Note: Trump fired Bharara this year after he refused the Justice Department's entirely legal, and politically routine, order to request resignations from 46 Obama-era lawyers in Bharara's office.)

Mueller's limited investigation has now turned into a free-for-all investigation in which he is looking to find a crime, any crime, that he can even remotely attach to Donald Trump's past activities — whether related to the Russia-collusion scandal or not. That will give the Democrats what they wanted all along: An all-purpose reason to pursue impeachment charges against Trump.
We see it as little more than an attempt at a legal coup, an attempt to overturn the results of a lawful election.

Let us remind you what Mueller's job was defined as being at the start of all this, courtesy of the Legal Insurrection blog (emphasis theirs): "The Special Counsel is authorized to conduct the investigation confirmed by then-FBI Director James B. Comey in testimony before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on March 20, 2017, including: (i) any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump; and (ii) any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation; and (iii) any other matters within the scope of 28 C.F.R. § 600.4(a)."

In short, Mueller isn't empowered to do this extraordinarily wide-ranging investigation into all things Trump.

Predictably, Democrats are in a feeding frenzy over this, with Democrat Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut warning on "Morning Joe" that if Trump fires Mueller, it will set off an "absolute firestorm."

That may be true. But the firestorm could burn both ways, especially after people discover that at least seven of Mueller's hires for his investigative team have contributed a total of $60,787.77 to Democratic candidates for office, including Hillary Clinton.

What started out as a limited investigation into fairly restricted set of allegations has now morphed into a wide-ranging inquisition, with the president as its ultimate target — and both justice and the sanctity of our electoral system the victims.

There are remedies for Mueller's overreach.

"The special counsel may be disciplined or removed from office only by the personal action of the attorney general," according to the Code of Federal Regulation. "The attorney general may remove a special counsel for misconduct, dereliction of duty, incapacity, conflict of interest, or for other good cause, including violation of departmental policies. The attorney general shall inform the special counsel in writing of the specific reason for his or her removal."

Since Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions has recused himself from the case, the job falls to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to officially admonish Mueller that he is now operating out of bounds.

If Mueller doesn't contain his investigation to its legally defined bounds, Rosenstein has not only the clear authority to fire him, he has the duty to do so.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Trump To Replace Jeff Sessions With Rudy Giuliani At Justice?


I AM A GREAT FAN OF JEFF SESSIONS and think he's a man of strength and integrity. 

That said,  Session's recusal from all things Russia investigation---whether it was wise or not---has certainly strained his relationship with President Trump. Now we see Trump is thinking of firing Sessions and hiring his old friend, former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani to replace Sessions.

Whether this is fake news remains to be seen.  I must say I like Giuliani also and think he projects a  tough guy, no nonsense leadership persona that gets things done.  If it happens,  it would probably be established from the start that Giuliani would NOT recuse himself and the slate would be wiped clean at Justice.  We can only wait and see, but I wouldn't be surprised if it happens.

Stay tuned.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Sunday---Romans 8:9-25, Waiting With Patience


ROMANS 8: 9-25 (ESV)

YOU, however, are not in the flesh but in the Spirit, if in fact the Spirit of God dwells in you. Anyone who does not have the Spirit of Christ does not belong to him. 10 But if Christ is in you, although the body is dead because of sin, the Spirit is life because of righteousness. 11 If the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, he who raised Christ Jesus[a] from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his Spirit who dwells in you.

Heirs with Christ

12 So then, brothers,[b] we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh. 13 For if you live according to the flesh you will die, but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live. 14 For all who are led by the Spirit of God are sons[c] of God. 15 For you did not receive the spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but you have received the Spirit of adoption as sons, by whom we cry, “Abba! Father!” 16 The Spirit himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God, 17 and if children, then heirs—heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ, provided we suffer with him in order that we may also be glorified with him.

Future Glory

18 For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us. 19 For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the sons of God. 20 For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of him who subjected it, in hope 21 that the creation itself will be set free from its bondage to corruption and obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God. 22 For we know that the whole creation has been groaning together in the pains of childbirth until now. 23 And not only the creation, but we ourselves, who have the firstfruits of the Spirit, groan inwardly as we wait eagerly for adoption as sons, the redemption of our bodies. 24 For in this hope we were saved. Now hope that is seen is not hope. For who hopes for what he sees? 25 But if we hope for what we do not see, we wait for it with patience.

Saturday, July 22, 2017

The Mighty Snake Still Running High, Fast and Cloudy For Late July

WE HAD A GREAT TIME FISHING THE SALT RIVER THURSDAY in between wind, rain and high, off-color, fast water.  No matter, we caught some small fish, had lots of laughs and thanked God that we could be outside and on that beautiful river, come rain or shine.  Today,  I was scouting the Snake back in Jackson Hole.

I am a dry fly fisherwoman.  And it's not yet great dry fly fishing in these parts.  So we put a nymph dropper on the dry fly to increase our chances of getting a strike.  I am not crazy about this technique, but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Shall We Go Fishing Today?

WILL TRY TO POST SOME PICS FROM MY PHONE....if there's anything worthwhile.

Then, a dark storm and wind approaches.

Roger Simon Offers Donald Trump Some Advice He Ought To Take: Act Bored (AKA Chill, Employ Benign Neglect Etc)

GREAT ADVICE AND WISDOM FROM ROGER SIMON TODAY.  Undoubtedly not the first time (nor the last) he's heard it, but Trump should listen to those people who want his presidency to succeed.  A little well placed boredom goes a long way in Washington, even boredom with healthcare legislation (See John Tamny's piece below.)

 Roger writes:
Donald Trump is not the laid-back type.  He never seems to be bored.  Indeed, he never seems to sleep or let the slightest thing go, tweeting away about almost anything at an hour most of us are trying to get a little precious shut-eye. Nothing goes by without a comment from Donald.
Over a year ago,  I said he had  a signal-to-noise problem. Although that wasn't a particularly original observation, it was certainly true.

I have some advice for Donald on how to solve this. For the good of your presidency, for the good of all of us, cultivate the fine art of boredom.
That doesn't mean you have to stay in bed all day like Oblomov in the brilliant Russian novel of the same name.  Just yawn a bit and look the other way.

And speaking of Russians, the boredom can start right there, with this whole asinine Russia kerfuffle. Be bored with it.  Trust me, everyone is already seriously bored with it themselves, with the exception of some dimwits at CNN who insist on stupefying their own already diminished and stupefied audience until there is no one left.  Leave this one to the lawyers. They're used to belaboring the trivial to death.  That's what we pay them for.

And while you're at it, be bored with mid-level celebrities. Hell, make that all celebrities. Trust me again: there's no one more boring than that crew -- A list, B list or C list. Who cares what Joe Scarborough or Rosie O'Donnell thinks?  Ask your "deplorables."  I can assure you that they don't. Ignore those celebs and they'll vanish into thin air.
Object lesson: Megyn Kelly. She was once your nemesis but she's so boring she's going away all by herself without your saying a word. See what silence (and a little boredom) can do.
And finally -- and I know others will think I'm crazy for saying so -- be bored with healthcare... but don't tell anybody or they'll hate you for it. You were right in the first place.  It's too complicated. And not just for you -- for everybody.  Nobody understands it, not even that genius Dr. Charles Krauthammer.  He admitted as much on Tucker Carlson's show, which, as a constant viewer, no doubt you saw yourself.  No one is ever going to figure out healthcare because there is no satisfactory answer. In other words, much as I regret to say it, be bored with it.  Move on.  Trust me a third time -- people will still go to the doctor when they're sick.

First of all, there's taxes. Unlike healthcare, everyone understands that. And as it happens, the Wall Street Journal just reported another record in the mountain of cash U.S. tech companies are keeping abroad to avoid the ridiculously high U.S. corporate tax rate.
A pretty penny, all waiting for someone to lower that rate and bring the booty back home.  And think what could be done with it.  Here's a suggestion -- make a deal with Apple, Microsoft, et al. If they invest some of their multiple foreign billions in our inner cities, they'll get an even bigger tax break.
Speaking of breaks, that could break the back of the hideous Democratic Party identity politics our black populations have been living under for so many years. Do it. Now. Don't look back.
But that's only one place to go, if you're looking forward and not backwards at all the envious swamp critters  nipping at your heels. By paying attention to them, you only give them impetus to nip more, take bigger bites until....
As I said, be bored instead.  And if you're still angry and can't really be bored, do the next best thing -- act bored!

Roger L. Simon is an award-winning novelist, Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and co-founder of PJ Media.  His latest book is I Know Best:  How Moral Narcissism Is Destroying Our Republic, If  It Hasn't Already. He tweets @rogerlsimon.

A Brush With Reality: John Tamny's Wisdom On Healthcare the Success of the Healthcare Non-Repeal


WITHOUT DEFENDING the misnamed Affordable Care Act for even a second, implicit in the clamor to repeal it is that healthcare abundance existed right up until 2010.  Let's be serious.  Never acknowledged by either Party is that the fastest way to create scarcity and deformation of goods and services is to legislate access to it.  If the same had been done with cars, computers and smartphones in 1900, 1950, and 2000, all three would be a fraction of their amazing selves today.  The answer to the ACA isn't repeal of one bad central planning idea in return for another as much as it's doing nothing.  The ACA will die on its own, after which politicians should do nothing.  Markets will soon form if they sit on their hands.  RealClearMarkets. 
Why Would Republicans Repeal What Is Already Dying?

The alleged failure of Republicans to repeal the mis-named Affordable Care Act (ACA) predictably has the conservative punditry up in arms.  "Why Can't Republicans Get Anything Done?" was one of many frustrated headlines lamenting the GOP's lack of legislative success.  One editorial asserted that Republican failure to 'do something' about the ACA "is one of the great political failures in recent U.S. history, and the damage will echo for years." Really?

Implicit in all the conservative ranting about the need to repeal, or worse, fix the ACA, is that healthcare was a consumers' paradise before President Obama was elected.  Let's try to be serious for a moment.  Repeal of the ACA would have been an impressive headline, but the short and long-term politics of repeal for Republicans would have been worse than doing nothing.  That is so because expectations about a looming nirvana would have been created, only for healthcare to at best return to its less-than-stellar-self that existed before passage of the ACA in 2010. Importantly, none of what's been written so far should be construed as support of the ACA.  It was foolish legislation, and evidence supporting the previous contention is that the ACA was already dying before our eyes.  No surprise there.

 Legislation meant to give some Americans a lot for a little with a lot taken from others in return for very little was bound to fail.  The ACA was plainly imploding as the constant rush of insurance companies out of ACA exchanges revealed in bright colors.  Why abolish what the laws of economics were already abolishing? And that's why the half-measures offered by Republican compromisers were plainly worse than simply doing nothing.  Why legislate away one central plan in return for an allegedly improved central plan; essentially exchanging bad legislation for bad legislation on top of what already wasn't working before 2010? The politics of repeal or partial repeal spoke to the horror of Washington doing anything to legislate a right to what was and is a market good like any other.

Not discussed enough by either side is that it's impossible to invent a right to a good or service of any kind to begin with.  This is certainly true with regard to healthcare when we remember that it didn't realistically exist until the 20th century.  Lest we forget, in the 19th it was a death sentence if you were shot in the abdomen.  If you broke your femur, you had 1 in 3 odds of dying.  Broken hip? Dead.  Cancer? Forget about it.  You were going to die.  Legislation didn't reverse the previously mentioned odds as much as trial and error in the area of healing led to healing advances such that a market eventually formed.  The shame here is that politicians discovered healthcare in the first place.  Imagine how much more advanced we'd be had they left what was advancing alone All of the above has seemingly been ignored by Republicans ever eager to prove they're as compassionate as their reliably hysterical opponents on the other side of the aisle. 

And there lies the problem.  Much as healthcare didn't broadly exist when the 20th century dawned, so were automobiles the microscopic exception to the horse rule.  Imagine if politicians, sensing what few did about the car's potential, had legislated broad access to what very few owned.  If so, it's safe to say that the American automobile industry would never have taken shape mainly because politicians can't possibly divine what we want, let alone need. 

The car evolved into a common good thanks to relentless experimentation that occurred alongside a 99% percent failure rate for American car companies. Thinking about the computer, while few could get by without one today, as late as 1943 IBM Chairman Tom Watson confidently asserted that the market for computers wouldn't expand beyond five.  Decades later, and billions worth of failed companies later, the computer is the can't-live-without rule, including the supercomputers that increasingly line the pockets of rich and poor alike. 

At present, politicians in both major political parties are thinking about ways to spend trillions in tax dollars on enhanced roads just as entrepreneurs like Jeff Bezos are aggressively thinking of ways to deliver us goods and services by air, in the form of drones.  Yet conservatives are comfortable allowing Republicans to add more laws onto an already over-controlled healthcare market? Despite the historical truth that the present rarely predicts the future of goods and services, politicians in both parties pretend that they know what the market for healthcare should look like.  But how could they? For Republicans and Democrats to legislate a right to medical services in the present is every bit as lame-brained as it would have been had they legislated access to specific kinds of cars, computers and smartphones in 1900, 1950 and 2000.  Whatever they would have dreamed up for all three would have been a fraction of what intrepid entrepreneurs divined through feverish trial and error. 

Seemingly forgotten by Republicans is that legislation is the absolute worst way to solve any problem, real or imagined.  Particularly one involving goods and services created in the marketplace.  Lawmaking by definition deals with what is, while thriving markets are all about sleuthing what will be. We'll only arrive at what will be in the healthcare space insofar as individuals and businesses are free to experiment without limits, yet Republicans and Democrats in their infinite confusion are trying to create rights for people with what already is. Ok, but that's cruel.  It's the equivalent of politicians legislating access to the cars, computers and smartphones of today at a time when all three are likely on the verge of rapid evolution.  Healthcare is no different.  If the goal is that everyone should have access to it, the only response from Congress should be that it will cease legislating access to what it can't give, and more important, what it doesn't understand.  If so, watch healthcare markets evolve in an amazing ways that redound to us all.  

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Disgraceful: Congress MUST Go Back and Repeal Obamacare, Then Replace It Piecemeal Later As Needed


LOOK HERE. WHAT'S LEFT OF FREE MARKETS IN OUR COUNTRY IS ALREADY REPEALING THE ATROCITY CALLED OBAMACARE. Obamacare is going down one bankruptcy, one rural county at a time. Insurance companies are losing billions  in many parts of the country and pulling out of markets leaving thousands without coverage.

So Congress needs to get its incredibly pathetic, over-perfectionist act together and repeal the bill.  Repeal it.   Let people who are left bereft without coverage be provided for with subsidies,  medicaid and state-run medi-stamps/vouchers which can be used in myriad ways. There will never be a time or a bill that can and will be all things to all people.  Just ask the wise guys who invented the now bankrupt TN-CARE.

Congress must not walk away until it repeals Obamacare, which is bankrupt and now on life-support.  Congress must actively repeal.  No other alternative is acceptable to a vast majority of the American people.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Sunday Sermon---Pastor Mike Atkins @ River Crossing


Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Duchess Kate and Queen Letiza of Spain Raise the Bar High For Beautiful Evening Wear In Exquisite Good Taste

CLEARLY BARE SHOULDERS ARE IN FOR WOMEN AND ROYALTY. But it's a beautiful style that endures for the long haul. I've always thought it's the most attractive and beguilingly feminine look of any evening wear. It dazzles and delights by showing skin in the right places, even as the crude Kardashians bore us with yet another tacky, pumped up, shameless porn show.

I like everything about Kate's look---the black print gown, the earrings with no other jewelry and the dashing, happy prince at her side. Queen Letiza is flawless in every way also, without being overdone or over-decorated.

Please note, I am NOT featuring Kate's blush pink ball gown with crown and necklace she wore to the banquet below because I really don't think it's her color, her cut or her best look by a long shot.

 Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth sticks to a gown, fit for a royal matriarch at the top of the matron game of thrones. Her dripping in crown jewels keeps us focused on who's really in charge here though all those diamonds and emeralds do seem to weigh Her Highness down a bit.   I like her little red bow, undoubtedly some sort of show of solidarity with Spain.
 SOURCE: The Telegraph

My idea of an atrocious edgy look at another venue far, far away....ugh.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Tuesday Evening In the Shadows of the Tetons

SURE HOPE WE'RE HAVING  GRASS-FED BEEF FOR DINNER.... Above, very lively community minded after-dinner discussion about the exponential growth of Jackson, Wyoming and how it is impacting affordable housing for workers, traffic, wildlife and the peace and tranquility that was once more available in the far-flung, gateway town to The Tetons and Yellowstone.

Trump-Russia Fantasy By NYT And WaPo Once Again Conjure Nothing But Embarrassment To Themselves



Neither news outlet seems coherent anymore. Donald Trump Jr.'s brief meeting last summer with some Russian woman/lawyer seeking an audience under false pretenses has again come to nought. But, these news outlets are so desperate to make something out of absolutely nothing that they increasingly come across as insane, deranged, and totally out of touch with reality.  How out of touch?  Sore Loser Tim Kaine is talking treason by the Trump people.  Good Lord.

John Hinderaker at Poweline has the latest on our exhausting national make-believe.  It's well worth a read.


Meanwhile,  good for GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell  for delaying the Senate's summer recess by two weeks.  It's a good move that will surely have benefits for the American people.  The Senate desperately needs to stay at work and do whatever it takes to get its agenda and job done right now. It's called keeping your nose to the grindstone. 

The Senate's Priority @ NY Sun

Monday, July 10, 2017

Chief Justice John Robert's Dynamite Commencement Address At Son Jack's Ninth Grade Graduation


Commencement speakers are expected to give graduates useful advice and motivation, and ultimately, extend them good wishes for the rest of their journeys. But at a recent ceremony, America's top-ranking judge refused to wish students good luck and instead said he hoped they failed — because ultimately that will help them succeed — and to do so with grace. U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts' unconventional commencement speech at Cardigan Mountain School, where his son graduated from ninth grade in June, went viral on Twitter.

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Sunday--Beecher 'Bibles' in Kansas and the Underground Railroad


Friday, July 7, 2017

I Am Dazzled


IT'S NOT OFTEN I'M DAZZLED IN THIS WORLD OF MEAN SPIRITED POLITICS.  But after getting up yesterday at the crack of dawn, Rocky Mountain time, to turn on the live broadcast from  Warsaw, Poland,  I began to be swept away and inspired as I listened to President Trump's speech to the Poles, and to us Americans as well. My amazement has only increased since then.

I am thrilled, but not all that surprised.

One business site predicted beforehand that Putin would eat Trump's lunch in a one-on-one meeting today.  Far, far from those headlines lies another seeming reality:  Trump and Putin actually respect each other in spite of  their faults and bad-guy reputations. With this reality in place,  all kinds of possibilities---good and bad---open up on the international stage. I do not think the meeting today between Trump and Putin is a panacea by any means. However, a fresh start may have been made based on mutual respect A respect that was never there between Obama and Putin.

I give thanks that new possibilities are surfacing in the Middle East, as two tough guys who respect and have a healthy fear of each other try to find solutions to some of the world's increasingly complex problems. Both men have huge---YUGE--egos.  Both of them could possibly try to outdo the other in being the good guys in this new world order. That's what I hope for. And I know I could certainly be wrong.

Time will tell. Meanwhile, God bless America.  God bless and inspire our country's leaders, including President Trump.  I hope he stands his ground in the days and months ahead.  Of course I know the MSM and the Deep State resistance will try to tear all this news to shreds.  It won't be successful.

The Lord works in mysterious ways.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

A Fascinating Look At 'Trump Law' and All the President's Lawyers and Legal Battles Over the Years


Will be back later to write more, but for now, I found this article linked at Powerline blog fascinating, fascinating. Last night at a lovely Fourth cookout and dinner al fresco with good friends we talked and talked about Trump's lawyering up and various related legal subjects.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Seen In Smith's Parking Lot: Deplorable Truck of American Worker/Patriot Who Elected President Trump

HEY, BUDDY, CAN I TREAT YOU TO A CAR WASH UP AT MAVERICK? Oh yeah. Let's hear for getting down, muddy and dusty in this great and vast country of ours.

Have a safe 4th and remember the government works for us, not the other way around.

O Say Does That Star Spangled Banner Yet Wave, Ore the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave?

 MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS AMERICA MIGHTILY. May this be a day of thanksgiving and praise for this amazing country. Please pray and keep praying with me for our country, our president and leaders. We need prayer as never before.

Sunday, July 2, 2017



Psalm 121

121 I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.
My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.
He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepeth thee will not slumber.
Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep.
The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand.
The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night.
The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul.
The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.

King James Version (KJV)

Saturday, July 1, 2017