It’s just weather, it’s been here before

It’s just weather, it’s all been done before and will repeat again. Not Global Warming, not Climate Change, just normal weather. Here’s a glimpse of two Februaries, 2015 and 1934.



Climate division rankings for February 2015.

1934 divisional ranking

The rest is at Anthony Watts’ What’s Up With That.


Happy Flag Day-Happy 237th Birthday, U.S. Army

September 11, 2001. Never Forget…

…what happened.

…who did it.

…and  who is trying to rub our noses in it.

Do Not Let Them Claim Victory By Desecrating Ground Zero. Do Not Let This POS Threaten Us!

Ground Zero Imam Threatens America With Attack If Mosque Not Built – With Video

Send a Thank You Card To The Troops… It’s Free!


If you go to this web site, you can pick out a thank you card and Xerox will print it and it will be sent to a soldier that is currently serving in Iraq . You can’t pick out who gets it, but it will go to a member of the armed services.

How AMAZING it would be if we could get everyone we know to send one!!!    It is FREE and it only takes a second.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the soldiers received a bunch of these?    Whether you are for or against the war, our soldiers over there need to know we are behind them.

This takes just 10 seconds and it’s a wonderful way to say thank you.    Please take the time and please take the time to pass it on for others to do..  We can never say enough thank you’s.

Thanks for taking to time to support our military!

The Algore Effect: Huge Snowstorm Batters U.S.

Residents of Freeport, Ill., shovel a foot of snow AP photo

Just as the Goracle and his cronies ramp up the rhetoric for their annual back slapping party, Mother Nature gives us the real story, again.

DES MOINES, Iowa —  Frigid temperatures iced the Upper Midwest on Thursday as a deadly massive storm that dumped more than a foot of snow in several states from Iowa to New England neared the end of its cross-country trek.

The storm was blamed for at least 17 deaths, most in traffic accidents, in the Upper Midwest and New England. Hundreds of schools were closed, power was knocked out to thousands of people from Missouri to New York and hundreds of flights were canceled.

Commuters from Des Moines to Chicago were warned of morning temperatures reaching 10 degrees at best and icy roads. Wind chill values could dip to as low as minus 25 in parts of Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois, according to the National Weather Service.

“It’s already very cold across the entire region,” said Casey Sullivan, a weather service meteorologist in Romeoville, Ill., adding that parts of northern Illinois may hit only 2 degrees.

Des Moines, which saw 16 inches of snow by Wednesday, could see a high near 9 degrees but wind chill values could make temperatures feel like negative 25. In Madison, Wis., near where almost 19 inches of snow fell, the wind chill could hit minus 20, according to the weather service.

New England, also pounded by heavy snow and strong winds on Wednesday, expected temperatures to hover around freezing.

The Rest

December 7, 1941. Never Forget

Ed Morrissey has this great post up at Hot Air.

Before there was 9/11, there was Pearl Harbor.  Both attacks had their similarities.  In both cases, we had a deadly enemy arrayed against us, but most Americans remained — or better put, willfully ignored — the threats both enemies posed.  Only after thousands of Americans died did the US awaken to the true nature of those enemies.

Sixty-eight years ago today, the Japanese Empire attacked our naval base at Pearl Harbor without warning or a declaration of war.  Within hours, their navy attacked American positions throughout the Pacific, including the Philippines, destroying our outposts and claiming the entire Pacific Ocean as their possession.  With the fortunate exception of several aircraft carriers that had been on an exercise that morning, the US had almost no Pacific Fleet, and many feared an invasion of the West Coast.

It took hundreds of thousands of American lives to defeat both Japan and Nazi Germany in the war that followed — a war that had already enslaved China years before on one side of the US, and half of Europe on the other side.  We thought we had learned a lesson on December 7, 1941 ,which was that we had to be prepared to fight a war in order to keep from getting surprised like that again.  Of course, we shouldn’t have been surprised at all by Japan’s attack in the first place.  They didn’t suddenly become warlike and aggressive on December 6th, 1941, as the Chinese, Manchurians, and Koreans could attest.  They had been attempting conquest (and succeeding) for several years in the Pacific Rim.  We just preferred to keep our eyes closed in order to keep from doing anything about it.  When we attempted to cut off oil to Japan, we discovered that negotiations and sanctions don’t keep war-drunk, expansionist powers from increasing their expansionism.

The lesson from that war is that appeasement and complacency doesn’t keep one from having to fight a war.  It usually forces one to fight from an extreme disadvantage.  That’s a lesson we have not remembered in dealing with expansionist powers in our own time, even after a second shock like 9/11 after years of complacency in dealing with al-Qaeda.  We’re falling back to treating radical Islamist terrorism like a Law and Order episode, and allowing one of the main drivers of radical Islamist terror, Iran, to arm itself with nuclear weapons with no consequences whatsoever.

On what date will the next “sneak” attack occur?

Military Families United In The News

I got this in an email. Take a little time to see what they have to say about the policies of the new administration. Then help them out by passing this on.

Dear Military Families United Supporter,

Over the last week, Military Families United has become a strong presence in the local and national media, fighting relentlessly to ensure that the voice of our nation’s military families is heard by the media, the President, and the American people.

From FOX News and NBC to the New York Times and Washington Post, Military Families United has provided the voice of reason behind controversial issues like Guantanamo Bay and whether or not the media should be allowed to photograph the flag-draped coffins of fallen soldiers as their bodies are returned to the United States.

We continue to defend our troops with a strong media campaign but we also need your help. The good news is that it won’t cost you any money to help us today.

Please consider forwarding this email to your friends and family and ask them to go to our website and sign up for our email updates. It’s critically important that we grow our organization to show strength against those who are against our troops.

Below are just a few of the hundreds of stories and newscasts that discuss Military Families United. To see more articles where MFU is in the news click here

On Guantanamo Bay

ABC NewsMilitary Commission Charges Dropped Against Terrorist Suspect Al-Nashiri (Interview with Former USS Cole Commander and Military Families United Senior Military Fellow CDR Kirk Lippold)

FOX NewsFamilies of Cole Victims Worry White House Meeting Is Window Dressing (Interview with CDR Lippold)

Associated PressCharges dropped vs. suspect in 2000 USS Cole blast (Interview with CDR Lippold)

McClatchy-Tribune NewswireObama faces 9/11 victims today over Guantanamo decision (Interview with CDR Lippold)

New York TimesSuspects Will Face Justice, Obama Tells Families of Terrorism Victims (Interview with CDR Lippold)

National Public Radio (NPR)USS Cole Commander Discusses Obama Meeting (Interview with CDR Lippold)

On Dover

New York TimesGates Orders Review of Policy on Soldiers’ Coffins (Interview with John Ellsworth, President of Military Families United)

Associated PressGates orders review of ban on photos of coffins (Interview with John Ellsworth)

Washington Post – Article Posted Tomorrow AM (Interview with John Ellsworth)

National Public Radio – Broadcast to be published tonight (Interview with John Ellsworth)
Thanks again for being a strong supporter of our organization. It’s never been more important. And thanks for forwarding this email to your friends and family so that they can go to our website ( and sign up for updates.

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