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   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  This is an interesting look at the 'First' Kids of the White House, pics; from the National Journal:
June 2 at 18:33 EST .

   14 people like this.

   StormCnter  I'm just finishing Kate Anderson's book "The Residence", which is primarily about the people who keep the White House operating and meet the First Family's needs. There is quite a bit about the First Children. It's an interesting trip "behind the stairs".
June 3 at 08:56 EST .

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   StormCnter  On the National Journal photos, the Johnson girls are identified in reverse. Lucy is on the left and Lynda on the right.
June 3 at 09:01 EST .

  5 people like this.

   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  Happened to catch this interview by Brian Lamb last night on C-Span Q & A:

Worth a watch....very intriguing.
May 18 at 14:47 EST .

   8 people like this.

   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  Here's a look at 'Presidential Spouses'....
April 18 at 12:04 EST .

   18 people like this.

   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  Here it is, Hillary is running:
April 12 at 16:03 EST .

   19 people like this.

   MeiDei  Just read some of the comments after - amazing, one was moved to write that "0 cut the deficit by more than 700 billion" - but fails to understand how much he grew the debt by trillions. There seems to be confusion about the terms - debt and deficit; living in the today with no thought of tomorrow. Every HS graduate should be required to understand Economics & not Paul Krugar's version.
April 20 at 10:26 EST .

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   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  A step back in time: President Reagan's Radio Address to the Nation on the Observance of Easter and Passover - 4/2/83
April 5 at 14:21 EST .

   25 people like this.

   MeiDei  What a contrast then and now. Reagan understood Easter & Passover - we need another like him.
April 6 at 20:17 EST .

  15 people like this.

   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  Michelle Obama, leaving Cambodia...short video of her walking up the steps, getting on the plane (windy day, full skirt ):
March 22 at 15:53 EST .

   13 people like this.

   StormCnter  That dress is prettier from the back than the front. Don't her advisers know that little weights should be sewn into the hem of full skirts? Or that maybe a lightweight fabric isn't the best choice? I feel a little sorry for Michelle. Not many of her clothing efforts are successful. I liked the yellow dress she wore on the first day in Japan.
March 22 at 17:11 EST .

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   Gerty  Now, there's a sore sight for eyes.
March 23 at 05:35 EST .

  8 people like this.

   Gram77  That flowered suit made her look like a walking flower pot!
March 24 at 07:37 EST .

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   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  Sarah Palin just posted this photo on her FaceBook page:
   February 7 at 13:33 EST .

   19 people like this.

   MeiDei  Some liberal's head is exploding with visions of child abuse! Too funny.
February 7 at 13:46 EST .

  16 people like this.

   Namma  No libss head will explode..the animal is not in danger...and the child is of no consequence...
February 10 at 15:30 EST .

  13 people like this.

   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  Todd Starnes All-American Christmas Special
December 23 at 15:58 EST .

   22 people like this.

   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  This is on the Weekly Standard site: 'Cruz Makes Case for Fort Hood Terror Victims to Receive Purple Heart' (Video ) -
December 15 at 16:47 EST .

   25 people like this.

   JoniTx posted on Recipes  Just came across this 'listing'...showing most demanded recipes by State. Some are rather weird:
November 26 at 17:25 EST .

   23 people like this.

   Balogreene  That is fun, and they link to the recipes. I live in Northern VA, by way of Illinois, NM, and NYC. On the radio yesterday they were talking about what was a must-have food at their homes. Most of the Marylanders said Sauerkraut! My Polish Aunt in Chicago always had Sauerkraut, but I never knew it could be statewide like that.
My dinner today, at a restaurant, will be:
Stuffed Acorn Squash: roasted seasonal vegetables, quinoa, sauteed Swiss chard, apple compote, toasted walnuts and sage maple syrup
Had it last year and it is wonderful (I don't do much meat, and really dislike turkey ).
November 27 at 13:05 EST .

  13 people like this.

   Surfhut  I seriously doubt that sopapilla cheesecake is the most googled recipe in the State of Oklahoma.
November 28 at 17:04 EST .

  11 people like this.

   Balogreene  Especially since they use crescent rolls, not sopapilla.
November 28 at 18:46 EST .

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   JoniTx posted on Main Page The Lobby  Here's the cartoon from the Indianapolis Star...
   November 23 at 13:53 EST .

   27 people like this.

   JoniTx  This is the one the newspaper 'apologized' for!
November 23 at 13:54 EST .

  22 people like this.

   RedWhiteBlue  Thanx for posting this. I've been looking for it.

Happy Thanksgiving!
November 23 at 14:03 EST .

  21 people like this.

   Flaming Sword  The editor decided to remove it. I just emailed the PC pig my opinion.
November 23 at 14:47 EST .

  18 people like this.

   StephaniePlum  Not only did the editor remove the cartoon, he wrote a drooling editorial, apologizing for publishing it in the first place. Maybe he thought it was offensive and uncaring for the "immigrant" family to be portrayed as having to climb in through the window rather than being warmly welcomed at the front door.
November 23 at 16:21 EST .

  20 people like this.

   Papasparky  There is nothing offensive about that cartoon -- it speaks the truth in an easy understandable way.

What is not only offensive, but alarmingly depressive, is the fact that the editor involved is a perfect poster boy for the travail that has infested our once great nation because of the rotten media.

The same media that was charged by our Constitution to be the peoples watch dog and to publish truth without fear or interference from the government.

That editor, and the thousands more just like him, have earned and need to experience the bitter taste of the ignominy they deserve for their failure!

Kudos Gary -- do it again and take a shot at that editor, as only you can -- We The People are with you!
November 24 at 09:32 EST .

  23 people like this.

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