You would think it would be a given for babies born alive from failed abortions would receive lifesaving medical care, right? Unfortunately it is not, because such protections are not enforced. Instead, state legislatures have acted to pass what’s known as born-alive protection act bills to send to their governors, though it’s mostly Republicans signing legislation. Most Democratic governors have vetoed it. On Tuesday, Gov. Kay Ivey (R-AL) signed such legislation into law protecting these abortion survivors. —Townhall.com
Our family attended today’s Amvets Post 192 Memorial Day Ceremony at the Armed Forces Memorial at the Franklin Public Library. Afterwards a dedication and ribbon cutting was held for the new Firefighter and Police Officer Memorial constructed by Eagle Scout Noah Grandsard.
Phenomenal. And worth every penny of that $52 price tag in my view.
As a member of a few WDW forums on Facebook I read very often about guests who do off property grocery shopping to avoid expensive meals at the parks and resorts. Not my cup of tea. Never do that. Too much like work when I’m on vacation, and Disney has so much to offer and it’s so good that I’d rather not miss out. But I get it, especially since a Disney trip can break the bank.
(Related is a complaint I’ve heard many times that someone’s FILL IN THE BLANK at Disney was the worst meal they’ve ever had in their entire life. Sorry, that’s absurd.).
So, would you buy a $100 sandwich? The immediate answer is probably no. Not even if Disney princesses serenaded me and danced around my table that offered front row seating for a fireworks show. Well, let me re-think for a bit.
OK. Back to reality. A $100 sandwich. This one’s actually at Disneyland.
But they’re not any cheaper. What pray tell is on/in it?
Rosemary Ham. Also good.
Sun-dried Tomato Spread.
All on Toasted Focaccia, served with Marinara Dipping Sauce and Arugula Salad.
Nothing wrong at all if you ask me. Except, $99.99? C’mon man!
But is that really so bad, bad enough to warrant as a no-no?
B.J. Thomas, the Grammy-winning singer who enjoyed success on the pop, country and gospel charts has died. He was 78.
A Hugo, Oklahoma-native who grew up in Houston, Billy Joe Thomas broke through in 1966 with a gospel-styled cover of Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” and went on to sell millions of records and have dozens of hits across genres. He reached No. 1 with pop, adult contemporary and country listeners in 1976 with ″(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song.” The same year, his “Home Where I Belong” became one of the first gospel albums to be certified platinum for selling more than 1 million copies.
1) A member of the armed forces takes part in the Flags-In ceremony, where over 1,000 service members place flags in front of more than 260,000 headstones in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, May 27. Photo: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
2) Shallow sand graves of people, some of whom are suspected to have died from COVID-19, are seen on the banks of the river Ganges in Shringaverpur on the outskirts of Prayagraj, India, May 21, 2021. The world’s second-most populous country in May recorded its highest monthly COVID-19 death toll since the pandemic began last year, accounting for just over a third of the overall total. Photo: REUTERS/Ritesh Shukla
3) A woman looks at a syringe as she is about to be injected with a dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Mexico City. Photograph: Hector Vivas/Getty Images
4) Community organizer Tommy McBrayer leads a chant in solidarity with George Floyd on the first anniversary of his death, at George Floyd Square, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo: REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
5) Electric and LED candles bearing the names of people killed by police illuminate the fist sculpture as people gather at the George Floyd Square to commemorate the first anniversary of Floyd’s death, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Photo: REUTERS/Nicholas Pfosi
18) First lady Jill Biden is helped after getting the heel of her shoe stuck in the pavement while being photographed with members of her motorcade escort before boarding her plane at Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport in Kansas City, Missouri, May 27. Photo: Carolyn Kaster/Pool via REUTERS
19) Dave Sobelman, owner of Sobelman’s Pub & Grill, hopes Milwaukee will be known as the burger and Bloody Mary epicenter of the world. Sobelman commissioned Kent Knapp, a local blacksmith, to create a 6-foot-tall Bloody Mary sculpture which was installed Monday at his bar/restaurant at 1900 W. St. Paul Ave. Sobelman’s is having a contest to see who can come up with the best name for the sculpture which he hopes will become a selfie attraction like the Bronze Fonz statue downtown. Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Full disclosure: I worked at WUWM-FM Milwaukee Public Radio from May 1978- August 1989 when my contract wasn’t renewed. Management at WUWM really showed me. While I enjoyed my entire time there, I went from a station with ratings lower than a gopher’s basement to WTMJ-AM. I have maintained federal support for public radio and TV, given their extreme one-sided liberal political support, must end.
Case in point, this insulting, disgusting public service announcement:
Over the next few months there will be several days that will torment Franklin’s Alderman NO.
1) Today, May 29
2) June 19
3) June 26
4) July 16
5) July 30
6) August 14
7) August 28
Any or all of these days could find Mayer frustrated, angry, hiding under the bed, in a fetal position.
Why? Because these are dates the Milwaukee Milkmen have scheduled Fireworks Nights (tonight’s show honors our military).
Mayer gets a twisted joy from tearing Franklin down. You can bet any time there’s a chance for the Franklin Common Council to take action to advance the city Mayer will be opposed, especially when it involves Ballpark Commons. Mayer has chosen to side with whiny Franklinites who complain the city’s most popular destination is just too plain (WAH WAH!) noisy.
MAKE IT STOP!
MAKE IT STOP!
I say congrats to the Milkmen for scheduling wonderful promotions all season long for their thousands of fans.
Eric Burdon & the Animals answer the musical question, what will be the fans’ favorite sound at tonight’s Milkmen game?