Saturday, September 23, 2017

Robert E. Lee

"It's a sad state of affairs when the legacy of Robert E. Lee, a man of impeccable character and integrity, has fallen prey to such fierce and vicious attacks. Statues of Gen. Lee are being protested and taken down, Georgia no longer celebrates his birthday on the state calendar, streets are being renamed. Where will this madness end? It's time we say "Enough is enough!" and put an end to this wholesale destruction of our nation's history and our Southern heritage.

You would be hard pressed to find someone in our nation's history with more character, higher integrity, and a stronger sense of duty than Robert E. Lee. Yet somehow the liberal mainstream media and politically-correct police have managed to make many people believe that Lee stood for racism and slavery, when nothing could be further from the truth. Lee called slavery a "moral and political evil," prayed for it's abolition, and made many efforts to unite our country after Civil War ended." [PatriotDepot]

Healthcare Debate on CNN


Co-sponsors of the GOP’s new ObamaCare replacement, Sens. Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham, have agreed to a Monday CNN debate with Democratic Sens. Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar on the bill. Democratic aides reportedly fear that the pair walked into a trap, providing Republicans with an opportunity to frame their bill as an alternative to government-run care. [LaCorte Report]

Morning Clouds 9-23-17

McCain says "no."

Sen. John McCain said Friday he will not support his party's Graham-Cassidy healthcare legislation, potentially dashing GOP leaders’ latest hope of dismantling Obamacare. McCain joins Sen. Rand Paul in publicly opposing the bill, while Sen. Susan Collins said Friday she is leaning against it.

Senate Republicans can afford to lose no more than two members of their 52-48 majority and pass the bill by Sept. 30 without any Democrats voting for it. A vote taken any later than that would have to garner at least 60 votes rather than a simple majority.

McCain said in a statement that “a bill of this impact requires a bipartisan approach.” The Arizona senator cast a crucial “no” vote in July that helped defeat a different Republican bill to repeal Obamacare. [Newsmax]

Trump on NFL players disrespecting our country

Friday, September 22, 2017

Tonight at JPP 9-22-17

Egyptian Goose

DACA applications approved


In the months leading up to Pres. Trump's decision to end the unconstitutional DACA executive amnesty, his administration approved 5,860 new DACA applications between April 1 and June 30 and approved 96,708 renewals.

What stands out most, however, is the number of denials. The Trump administration denied 32% of the initial applications where a decision was made. The denial rate is nearly double the rate for all of 2016. While our hope was for Pres. Trump to end the DACA amnesty back in January, if there is a bright side, it's that his administration added more scrutiny to the applications and approved fewer requests. [NumbersUSA]

Woman ordered to take down her Trump signs

Mueller Overreach

As many conservatives have predicted, Special counsel Robert Mueller has widened his witch hunt.

After hiring a few dozen liberal lawyers, all contributors to the Hillary Clinton campaign, he is driving his investigation far and wide in order to find anything that he can use against President Donald Trump and his staff.  He has had the FBI conduct a raid on Paul Manaforts house. Manafort is President Trump’s campaign manager. He continues to attempt to make a case against Mike Flynn over alleged collusion with the Russians. Everyone knows that the Russian story was contrived by the Hillary Campaign staff right after the election. They need something quick to blame her unexplainable (to them) loss in the election.

Mr. Mueller has now decided to reach inside the White House and start reading their emails on the subject. This seems to be a great overreach on any level. Congress needs to step in and do something or they will wind up with a Constitutional crisis on their hands. The days of kangaroo courts were done away with long ago. Somebody needs to protect the President that We The People elected. Or suffer the consequences. [Allen West]

Read the article... at the Washington Examiner.

New Jersey Group buys into Park of Commerce

A group, two affiliates of the Short Hills, New Jersey-based Silverman Group, was interested enough in our Lake Worth Park of Commerce to pay 30.7 million for two industrial buildings.

Read about it...

Man exposed himself in Lake Worth

It happened on North H Street, just off Old Dixie Highway (Federal) and 5th Avenue North.

Channel 12...

Mad Max

[Powdered Wig]

Max Wig forgot her meds again. She now GUARANTEES President Trump is colluding with Russians. Zero evidence, but she guarantees it

Read about it...

San Francisco relying on false science

San Francisco sues Exxon over 'warming,' but there's 1 huge problem ...

Climate scientists admit their models were wrong

Read the article... 

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Sunset 9-21-17

Quote of the Day - President Trump

“The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.”

~ President Donald J. Trump

Clinton Foundation Tax Return

"Wow! 2014 Clinton Foundation tax return. They took in $177 million, donated $5 million, spent $86 million doing it, and kept the $86 million change."

Read about it...

Read the tax return

Republican Club of Central Palm Beach County October Meeting


October 7, 2017
6:00 p.m.

Michael A. Barnett, Chair of the Palm Beach county Republican Party and Vice Chair of the Florida Republican Party, will be our Speaker on October 5. Be with us to hear our Chair tell us what he deems most important and urgent. $16 members and $19 non members includes hors d'oeuvres, your preferred drink, networking, and a door prize raffle ticket. Please attend, and bring a guest.



All Republicans and their guests are welcome to attend any regular meeting without making reservations - just show up at the Atlantis Country Club at 6pm.


Building bridges and eliminating "hate" are noble endeavors. As the mayor read the proclamation on "hate" at Tuesday's commission meeting, her tone was assertive. Perhaps she was reflecting "tough love" in her presentation but it sounded more than that--maybe a dressing down of anyone who dares to "hate." Everyone in the chamber and on the dais was politically correct and clapped madly after her proclamation.

The city's statement brought up Charlottesville where we all know that riots and even a death never would have happened if the hate group, Antifa, had not ascended on the scene to do violence against the other group, the KKK. You are never going to end hate groups but you can, as city officials, find a way to deny permits to them.

Black minorities are raising havoc and protesting everything imaginable...even want reparations from Whitey because of slavery 150 years ago. Prior to that, blacks in Africa were putting their own people on slave ships and shipping them to America for profit.  Different times; different cultures. And what some blacks did to white people after the civil War--horrors.

I remember John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson and how we all, as a nation, had come together for civil rights. I was a proud Democrat back then and was for 40 years. I thought all this "hate" was over with and then came Barack Obama 50 years later. Obama emphasized his black heritage, not his white, the start of the racial divide. At that time, 70% of Americans thought race relations were better and would continue under Obama. Instead, racial relations was one of Obama's biggest failures. His erstwhile pastor, Jeremiah Wright, was brought into the mix with his "God damn America pitch. That was the deciding factor in my life to officially change my party affiliation once and for all.

NO one can convince me not to abhor the person or persons in the video below with their warped sense of injustices that they believe the African American has suffered and is still suffering in a land with opportunity for all. And I have no use for people such as these and don't feel the least bit guilty.

Morning Clouds 9-21-17

Bill O'Reilly defends himself and our American history

Bill O'Reilly speaks to his firing at Fox News with Matt Lauer and tells him it was a political and financial hit job. Also, he talks about his new book, Killing England, that explores the history and truth of some of our founding fathers. It was written to inform the public about the craziness that is going on today with the far left and PC forces who want to wipe out our country's legacy.