Tammy on April 16, 2020
Looks like Michiganders continue to lead the way when it comes to facing down politicians who imagine themselves above the Constitution. We see a lot of decisions that have nothing to do with protecting people from the virus. How is it in Michigan you can buy a bottle of booze (which depresses the immune system) but you can’t buy a can of paint? We will follow reasonable guidance but we will not accept idiotic power grabs that have nothing to do with the issue at hand. Via Washington Examiner. A group of sheriffs announced they will not enforce some of Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders on the same day thousands rallied against state-mandated shelter-in-place orders outside the state...
Shifra on September 11, 2019
It’s been eighteen years since the horror of 9/11. According to Jewish tradition, each Hebrew letter corresponds to a number, and one can calculate the numerical value of a word by adding the letters together. The Hebrew word for “life” is “chai,” and the numerical equivalent is 18. So it seems fitting that on the eighteenth anniversary of that day, a new generation of firefighters is ‘blossoming.’ Via NY Post. ….On the eve of the 18th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, the current FDNY Academy class, set to graduate in two weeks, includes 13 members — 12 men and one woman — whose firefighter fathers were murdered on 9/11, The Post has learned…. “I think it’s a...
Shifra on May 26, 2019
On this Memorial Day weekend: May God bless everyone who protected our country and sacrificed everything so we may be free. Via Daily Mail. An image showing a soldier placing an American flag at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier during a severe thunderstorm at Arlington National Cemetery has gone viral. Each year, the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, which is named ‘The Old Guard,’ places flags at each grave in the Virginia cemetery ahead of Memorial Day weekend. However, severe weather blew in with heavy rain pouring down on the cemetery, along with gale-force winds on Thursday. As onlookers ran for cover, the soldiers carried on with their duty including one who stood out from the crowd. Determined to honor...
Tammy on July 4, 2018
Truly one of the greatest days in the history of humanity. Happy 4th of July everyone! For us I know every day is an honor to work to help our great nation. Thanks for being here and for your support. Have a wonderful day celebrating our amazing country!
Tammy on April 19, 2017
Thanks to Judicial Watch. Judicial Watch today announced that a California U.S. District Court has ruled that 75-year-old veteran Robert Rosebrock is not guilty of violating federal law for displaying two four by six inch American Flags above a Veterans Affairs (VA) fence on Memorial Day, May 30, 2016. The rulings were handed down in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California (United States of America v. Robert L. Rosebrock, (CC11, 4920201; 4920202; 6593951). Rosebrock had been charged with desecrating the VA grounds by hanging the displaying the two napkin-sized American Flags on a section of the fence adjacent to the Great Lawn Gate at the entrance to the Veterans Park. Rosebrock attorneys pointed out that in the...
Tammy on August 8, 2016
Godspeed to them. It’s the right, and moral, thing to do for their own families and for the nation itself. All politicians, who believe they’re above the law, have got to be held accountable. Via Fox News. The parents of two of the four Americans who died in the Benghazi attack in 2012 filed a lawsuit Monday against Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, alleging her “extremely careless” handling of classified information contributed to their deaths. The case was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch USA on behalf of Patricia Smith, the mother of Sean Smith, and Charles Woods, the father of Tyrone Woods, for allegedly wrongfully causing the death...