Making Some Veterans Smile….Click On The Link Below
WRITTEN BY: SHEILA TOLLEY
There is no better time than today to pass this link to Americans who believe in BORDERS. My original mission was to look for Kate Steinle on this site. I found her picture but I was shocked at the vast number of Americans that we have lost to these MURDERING ILLEGAL INVADERS of our country. I would like to have Nancy Pelosi and her group in a courtroom chair and make them read this entire, MULTIPLE PAGE, compilation.
It may even open their BLIND IGNORANT eyes.
Senator Bernie Sanders was invited to address a gathering of the Indian First Nations chiefs in Denver, CO.
He spoke for almost an hour about his plans for increasing the standard of living for all of their citizens by totally free government grants for free college educations, free Medicare for all, etc. He mentioned how he always supported these issues that came forward to him. Although Sanders was vague about the details for the funding of his plans, he spoke eloquently about his ideas if he wins the White House in 2020.At the conclusion of his speech, the chiefs presented him with a beautiful plaque inscribed with his new Indian name, “Walking Eagle.”
The proud Sanders accepted the plaque and then returned to Washington.
A news reporter asked the chiefs how they came to select the new name they had given to Sanders.
They explained that “Walking Eagle” is the name given to a bird so full of **** it can no longer fly.
The Editor: What is your article about, LL ?
Alice Cat: You can get anything you want on the internet. This is an example. Robots are racist. The Demodungs and Progressives only speak in terms of sex and color.
Here is their meeting before the debates.
Here are some bad white robots ( androids ).
I bet this is already in progress, and very advanced somewhere. Look at the DemocRATs in Congress, they are more creature than human.
You can get anything free that you want from the Democrats.
A Total Solar Eclipse Reflected
Image Credit & Copyright: Thierry Legault
Explanation: If you saw a total solar eclipse, would you do a double-take? One astrophotographer did just that — but it took a lake and a bit of planning. Realizing that the eclipse would be low on the horizon, he looked for a suitable place along the thin swath of South America that would see, for a few minutes, the Moon completely block the Sun, both directly and in reflection. The day before totality, he visited a lake called La Cuesta Del Viento (The Slope of the Wind) and, despite its name, found so little wind that the lake looked like a mirror. Perfect. Returning the day of the eclipse, though, there was a strong breeze churning up the water — enough to ruin the eclipse reflection shot. Despair. But wait! Strangely, about an hour before totality, the wind died down. This calmness may have been related to the eclipse itself, because eclipsed ground heats the air less and reduces the amount rising warm air — which can dampen and even change the wind direction. The eclipse came, his tripod and camera were ready, and so was the lake. The featured image of this double-eclipse came from a single exposure lasting just one fifteenth of a second. Soon after totality, the winds returned and the water again became choppy. No matter — this double-image of the 2019 July total solar eclipse had been captured forever.
Tomorrow’s picture: big void