Archive | March 3, 2020

Today is National Anthem Day…give it a second thought

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Tolley’s Topics Wishes You An Appreciative National Anthem Day. We are on the threshold of Bernie Sanders, a self- proclaimed Socialist/Communist leading the polls as the Democratic Nominee for President. He is now followed closely by Joe Biden, who shares Bernie’s platform but will not YET proclaim his Socialist status out loud. It is time to think seriously about our wonderful freedom in America which is only supported by Donald Trump in 2020.
-Sheila Tolley-

The Star Spangled Banner as you’ve never heard it….

If a person lives long enough they realize they can learn new things every day. Parts of this story, I never knew. It’s America’s history and this video is really awesome.

Too bad this video can’t be shown before all events to remind everyone why The National Anthem is played. If you do not get a little tear in your eye, as you watch this, then I feel sorry for you. You have yet to understand what this country is all about. Next time you see hats on, crotch pulling or people not standing at attention, during the playing of our National Anthem, remember this video.

Also remember, we have some misguided persons who want to change our National Anthem as the Star Spangled Banner is just too combative and portrays violence.




COVID-19 containment is a Democrat joke. The Southern border is wide open. Maybe it will inspire Americans to bring home all essential manufacturing. Things like electronics, communications, food, medicine, etc. should be made here. The closing of foreign manufacturing shows the failure of globalism.

In April 2009, H1N1 Became a Pandemic; 6 Months Later, After 1,000 U.S. Deaths, Obama Finally Declared it a Public Health Emergency


The Editor: Is your article about wolves, LL ?

Call Of The Wild Cat: Kind of, it’s about an old fable. A boy yelled wolf so many times when there was none, that when an actual wolf showed up no one believed him.

I feel the same about everything the MSM reports about anything. The COVID-19 might be more dangerous than our regular flu, but so far it kills fewer infected people than our usual outbreaks.

TE: What do you do to prevent it, COTWC ?

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Any rational person would not believe politicians and the media, after the past four ( 4 ) years of constant lies and deceit. The worriers need to get a drama button.

I sure hope Disney, who owns ABC-propaganda network, doesn’t lose over several billion dollars.

Katie Hill and CNN employees are partying like they are on the Love Boat.

Report: Two of CNN’s Most Self-Righteous ‘Journalists’ Partied With Katie Hill After Covering for Her

Here is an old country song.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Apollo 13 Views of the Moon
Video Credit: NASA, LRO; Data Visualization: Ernie Wright (USRA); Video Production & Editing: David Ladd (USRA);
Music: Visions of Grandeur, Universal Production Music, Fredrick Wiedmann

Explanation: What if the only way to get back to Earth was to go around the far side of the Moon? Such was the dilemma of the Apollo 13 Crew in 1970 as they tried to return home in their unexpectedly damaged spacecraft. With the Moon in the middle, their perilous journey substituted spectacular views of the lunar farside for radio contact with NASA’s Mission Control. These views have now been digitally recreated from detailed images of the Moon taken by the robotic Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. The featured video starts by showing Earth disappear behind a dark lunar limb, while eight minutes later the Sun rises around the opposite side of the Moon and begins to illuminate the Moon’s unusual and spectacularly cratered surface. Radio contact was only re-established several minutes after that, as a crescent Earth rose into view. With the gravity of the Moon and the advice of many industrious NASA engineers and scientists, a few days later Apollo 13 opened its parachutes over the Pacific Ocean and landed safely back on Earth.

Tomorrow’s picture: galaxies dance