An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
Archive for 8 May 2010
Shared by Sharon.
No Whites Allowed – Feed Your ADHD
I’m NOT an Environmentalist! I’m a Christian! The OTHER Holy War – The American Tea Party
Riots erupt in Athens, 3 bank workers killed – Texas Fred
Radical Leftist Open Border Supporters Shut Down Los Angeles Streets – Gateway Pundit
NATO has proposed a new award – “Courageous Restraint” – Bear Creek Ledger
Taxation for Islamization in Detroit Public Schools – creeping sharia
The Fundamental(ist) Imbalance – The Anchoress
Islamic Terrorism: Mosque near World Trade Center – Woman Honor Thyself
Indian Givers – The Underground Conservative
FCC Decides It Has The Power To Control The Internet – The Minority Report
On Politics and Human Suffering – Whiskey. Tango. Foxtrot.
Sharpton Going ‘Barrio’ in AZ – The Black Sphere
Louisiana Bans Sharia Law! – Loganswarning
Another Reason Fornicalia Is Doomed: – Bloviating Zeppelin
2010 The Way It Would Be If The Founders Were Here – America’s Minutemen
POLITICAL CORRECTNESS KILLING THE WEST – Angry White Dude
The American Promise-Our First Principles – Big Government
Mud, Sweat And Tears – Newscoma
10 Muslim UN Peacekeepers rape 13-Year-Old Girl – Atlas Shrugs
Arizona Govenor Jan Brewer Strikes Back – The Jawa Report
Conservatives ask: is Palin going “Progressive”? – Crash Politics
Feds to solve problem of children not fishing and hunting enough – American Thinker
Babies Violate Labor Laws – Right Wing News
NBA and MLB supporting Illegal Immigration – American and Proud
Even If It Were a Joke, It Wouldn’t Be Funny – Gadi Adelman
Instead of sitting around on their thumbs, most Tennesseans are picking themselves up, drying off, and getting things pulled back together.
Last weekend, a little restaurant in Savannah, Sunrise Grill, was pretty much trashed by flood waters.
This afternoon, we saw about 20 guys outside the cafe, saw horses, saws, working like crazy. See? Tennesseans, especially the ‘country folk’, don’t sit around whining, waiting for the government to come do the job for them. They do it themselves! Wish I had been able to get a shot of all the work going on.
Unfortunately, it’s going to take people in Nashville much longer, but I have faith that they, too, will be up and at ‘em in no time at all! Continue to pray for them!
The Mr and I decided to get out and about this afternoon and check out a local car show over in Savannah. It was a charity thing, but I’ll be darned if I can remember what charity. I hate it when I do that.
There were quite a few cars to drool over, Hudsons, 1964 1/2 Mustangs, Roadsters, and even a 2010 Shelby.
But, THIS, by far, was my favorite! I WANT!
They just don’t make ‘em like that anymore.
Then, of course, we had to go have a late lunch at our new favorite local restaurant. The one that treats us like grown ups (no one under 21 allowed), with the most EXCELLENT, home made chocolate cheese cake!
Has the House given the government the ability to seize and control food production (H.R. 2749)?
This bill would give the FDA greater regulatory powers over the national food supply and food providers with the goal of preventing food-borne illnesses and ensuring food safety. More specifically, it would increase the frequency of FDA inspections of food processing plants, expand the FDA’s traceback capabilities for when outbreaks do occur, give the FDA mandatory recall authority, and require food facilities to have safety plans in place in order to mitigate hazards. Concurrently, the bill would impose annual registration fees of $500 on all facilities holding, processing, or manufacturing food and require that such facilities also engaged in the transport or packing of food maintain pedigrees of the origin and previous distribution history of the food. The bill is an enhancement to H.R.759, and to a lesser extent, H.R. 857, previously proposed food safety bills in the 111th Congress.