Citizen Journalism with a Better Flavor
Volume II, Issue XXII
No Apologies to the American People
The 'other' weekly news magazine takes on the Papacy [click to read] this week. THYME also ventures where angels fear to tread... taking on the Obama administration, which first presented itself to us in messianic terms. Proclaiming himself a healer, the POTUS proceeded to tear down the fundamental structure of this country. Those who recognized this assault on the America we grew up in united to resist. Though he said we should thank him, we thought we deserved an apology. The man was no healer or uniter. His czars and aids were all from the leftist elite. THYME has observed that instead of resembling America they all looked like his old law school professors.
No apologies were forthcoming... at least to the American people. Oh, he's apologized FOR America to a whole gaggle of disgusting despots, bowed to the Saudi King and openly stated his disgust for America's unique place in the world.
He's too busy with his vacation plans to honor the soldiers at Arlington, while many of us are working two jobs to keep afloat. Some people I know are out of work, but working at finding something to get them back in the workforce. No, I'm not asking him for an apology, but I AM asking him to listen to his inner JFK and do some things to free up capital and allow the economy to recover... like cut some key tax rates.
That is not in his repetoire though. He's looking to make us more like Europe. Europe is slowly waking up from a Socialist stupor and wants to be more like us! Still the man does not see it.
Perhaps one day he will become aware of some good economic history. He'll read how Reagan reignited America's greatness and how America has provided stability to a very turbulant world. He'll see the good of this country at last... which he is stifling at the moment... and if he does truely come to such a realization, his remorse will be heartfelt.
Things to Do this Weekend in the Valley
Lynn Writes [click to read] in the Washington Examiner.
Also happening this weekend, at the birthplace of our favorite hometown Progressive:
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum will host a Grand Opening celebration of our new World War I trench exhibit with activities for the entire family, including re-enactors, live period music, refreshments, and free tours of the exhibit, this Sunday, May 30, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. A brief ceremony with remarks from Senator Emmett Hanger, Delegate Dickie Bell, Staunton Mayor Lacy King, and Judd Bankert, portraying President Wilson, will kick off the activities.
Meet re-enactors including soldiers, Red Cross nurses, and Salvation Army “Doughnut Lassies,” who will share what life was like during the war. Enjoy donuts and other snacks that were available during that time period. Explore artifacts from a World War I soldier’s trunk. Hear live period music.
Discover the exciting new trench exhibit, a fully immersive state-of-the-art experience that takes visitors to the battlefront during the First World War. It includes a trench, a bunker, a command center, a triage area, lighting, sound effects, and photographs.
Tours of the trench exhibit and museum are free from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. Tours of the President’s birthplace will only be $5.00 from 12:00 – 4:15 p.m. Sponsored by Bankers Insurance and Segars Engineering.
Visit Beautiful Arizona
Arizona Travel Guide [click to read].
Experience the State of Freedom -- Arizona
Once again the liberals are boycotting a state when someone there does the right thing... and they haven't even READ THE LAW they're complaining about! Another great travel opportunity folks! Enjoy a drive to the Grand Canyon without those nasty Obama bumper stickers!