Saturday, July 29, 2017

Kim Jong un - Part of the Axis of Evil playing the wrong game

N. Korea provokes again, firing another ICBM, possibly within 200 miles of Japan’s coast. Japanese official: “Absolutely cannot tolerate” this.

This reflects the lack of American policy to deal with reality of North Korea over the last several decades. We have failed to stop them. Our military option must now be looked at as North Korea's missiles are getting closer. Something could go wrong with this nut case in charge of North Korea. Are we waiting for Kim to bomb San Diego?

Friday, July 28, 2017

Tonight's Sky 7-28-17

Fundraiser for Maxime Ducoste tonight at the Cultural Plaza


July 28, 2017

Contact:           Ben Kerr, Communications Specialist
Phone:             561.586.1631
Following the July 20  passing of Maxime Ducoste, City of Lake Worth’s Assistant Director for Planning and Preservation, tonight from 5:30 to 7:00 there will be a lemonade stand fundraiser for Maxime’s family  at the Cultural Plaza in downtown Lake Worth for those not attending the visitation. This has been an effort of Lake Worth Board member families, mainly the HRPB, P&Z and Rec Board families.

Thank you.

Reince out; General John Kelly in

President Donald Trump has selected John Kelly as his new White House chief of staff,

replacing Reince Priebus. “I am pleased to inform you that I have just named General/Secretary John F Kelly as White House Chief of Staff. He is a Great American….” Trump tweeted.

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Three RINO's moved America closer to socialized medicine

In the early hours of the morning, three Republican Senators -- John McCain (R-Ariz.), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), and Susan Collins (R-Maine) -- voted with the Democrats and undermined efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare. This failed vote means that the current push to repeal Obamacare is stalled until the Senate figures out their next steps.

After seven years of empty promises, the Senate has shown a complete and utter inability to govern.
All across America families are stuck in a failing health care law, trapped between narrowing choices and skyrocketing premiums. As Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said last night, throwing more taxpayer money at insurance companies will not fix this failed law.

As Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said last night, throwing more taxpayer money at insurance companies will not fix this failed law. It’s our continued responsibility to hold all congressional Republicans accountable for that promise. Conservatives must stand firm against ANY bailouts of ObamacareCall your Senators today and demand that they stick to their promise by working to repeal and replace Obamacare, not bail it out.

Conservatives should be extremely proud of the work we have done over the past seven years to keep Obamacare front and center in the political debate. The fight is not over yet.

Liberals view last night as a major victory -- moving America one step closer to a single-payer system. Now it is conservatives’ job to make sure that never happens.

Thank you for all you have done these past seven years to fight against Obamacare. That fight continues, and I look forward to standing in the trenches with you.

Heritage Action for America

Charlie Gard

A product of socialized medicine.


The state decided to end his life.

Quote of the Day - Allen West on Trump's decision on transgenders in Military

"When a recruit seeks to come into the military and has flat feet — well, should the taxpayer correct that? What mental conditions are acceptable, which are not, and who makes that determination?

President Trump’s decision wasn’t mean or hateful, albeit the progressive socialist radical LGBT community will portray it so. If your 'pursuit of happiness' is that you reject the gender with which you were born, that’s an individual decision. It’s not incumbent upon others to facilitate your personal decision…certainly not pay for your personal choice. End of story, class."

~ Allen West

Another Democrat busted

The Washington Free Beacon reported that Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) is under fire, this time for giving his wife nearly half a million dollars for “helping with his campaign.” There couldn’t be any special treatment responsible for such a huge influx of money going into HIS WIFE’S account, right? When are these Left-wing criminals going to learn?


Highwaymen Exhibit this weekend

I love this art..for its beauty and untouched Florida landscape and for it's early history of the artists who made it famous.

My favorite artist is R. L.Lewis...I like his palm trees!

 Art Link International is having an exhibit of Florida Highwaymen paintings beginning today, July 28, at the Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Center at 500 N. Dixie Highway. Hours are 4-10 p.m., July 28; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. July 29; noon-5 p.m. July 30 and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays Aug. 1-13.

Another A-Hole crawls out from under the woodwork

And this one is right in the President's backyard.

And it doesn't really matter if it is some guy down the street, all Democrats are trying desperately to "de-throne" Trump, trying every tactic necessary to get something, anything, to stick.

A federal judge in West Palm Beach is being asked to decide whether President Donald Trump is violating the U.S. Constitution by making money from renting rooms in his hotels or other buildings to federal agencies.

In the lawsuit assigned to U.S. District Judge Robin Rosenberg on Wednesday, Broward County construction lawyer Patrick Goggins claims a little-known provision in the Constitution prohibits Trump from making extra money from the federal government through the real estate holdings of his far-flung Trump Organization."

Now let Patrick Goggins prove "standing."


Morning Sky 7-28-17

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Sunset 7-27-17

Lake Worth Journalist, Margaret Menge - Opinion in Lifezette

DNC Rebranding Falls Flat as Trump Keeps Edge on Jobs, Economy

Democrats ripped for clunky slogan, reboot of tired talking points designed to woo working Americans

by Margaret Menge | Updated 25 Jul 2017 at 9:48 AM


"You're fired" or maybe not--Scaramucci a good step forward

Californians gathering signatures to Secede from the U.S.

A proposal to secede would create a path for California’s independence from the United States is one step closer now that supporters can begin gathering signatures for the 2018 ballot measure.

California became a state on September 9, 1850. Now the state has a far left liberal governor with sanctuary cities growing in leaps and bounds. Its  population is greater than that of all but 34 countries of the world.

The economy of California is large enough to be comparable to that of the largest of countries. As of 2016, the gross state product (GSP) is about $2.514 trillion, the largest in the United States. California is responsible for 13.9 percent of the United States' approximate $18.1 trillion gross domestic product (GDP) [Wikipedia]

The federal government spends some $367.8 billion a year on California. That’s an average of about $9,500 for every woman, man and child in the state but the State says they pay more to the federal government than they get back in return. [Los Angeles Times]

Read about them...

Transgenders and our Military

Trump's decision, made in counsel with his national security team and various generals,  is not to allow transgender individuals into the military. He said, "Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail."

Ultra famous transgender Caitlyn Jenner is not happy with this decision nor is Tony Plakas of Lake Worth's Compass who said that it was "normalizing discrimination based on ignorance."  Others believe that the social experiment of the Obama era has crippled our nation's military.

The Kristin Beck trailer is below. She was Christian Beck, a retired U.S. Navy Seal, who did not transgender until after she was out of the military.

Lake Worth Workshop on One Penny Sales Tax Usage

Per the meeting Tuesday night, the City of Lake Worth will use their estimated $2.2 million a year for the 10 years sales tax according to the ballot language that was passed by the voters. The language encompasses many things in its "infrastructure" description: district owned school buildings, equipment; technology and security; purchase school buses, public safety vehicles and equipment; and equip,construct and repair roads, streetlights, sidewalks, parks, drainage, shoreline and wastewater infrastructure, recreational and governmental facilities.

The top priorities seemed to be roads, downtown parking garage and the beach complex. A few commissioners mentioned a parking garage at our beach. Andy Amoroso has wanted a downtown parking garage for years and the public was there to support his desire with all speaking out in favor. The Vice Mayor still did not want us to forget Boutwell Road (the Park of Commerce) as well as economic development but said to use the money on as many roads as possible and prioritize those roads that did not make the cut on the bond. Omari Hardi and the Mayor agreed.

In May, there was a workshop on our pool and Kimley Horn Engineers said that the pool,  including locker room, restrooms and pump house would be $509,100 to complete. Let's get the pool repaired now and then use the rest on the roads.

Early Morn 7-27-17

Scaramucci on warpath

CNN’s Ryan Lizza went on the air at approximately 11:40pm last night to confirm the “ambiguous tweet,” saying his sources have said Scaramucci believes Preibus leaked his financial disclosure documents...[Erick Erickson]