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National Preparedness

©2018 DrKate

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirty-first day of August, in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-third.

President Trump declared September as the National Preparedness Month:

National Preparedness Month is a time to focus our attention on the importance of preparing our families, homes, businesses, and communities for disasters that threaten our lives, property, and homeland.  During this time, we also honor the brave men and women who selflessly respond to crises and disasters, rendering aid to those in need.  These first responders, who work tirelessly to safeguard our Nation and protect our citizens, deserve our utmost gratitude and appreciation.

Over the past year, communities nationwide and across the Territories have witnessed and endured damage from multiple hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, floods, volcanic eruptions, and other natural disasters.  The historic hurricane season of 2017 included three catastrophic storms that made landfall within a month, and was followed by a destructive series of wildfires in California.  Combined, these natural disasters affected 47 million people and tens of thousands were mobilized to provide aid, comfort, and assistance.  We are also especially mindful of those currently affected by ongoing wildfires in California, Oregon, and Colorado.  In spite of tremendous challenges, the resilience of the American people continues to prevail.

Tragedies are somber reminders that preparedness is a shared responsibility and that it is critical to maintain readiness.  All Americans can prepare for potential disasters by developing and practicing a family emergency response plan, assembling a disaster supply kit, signing up for alerts on mobile devices, setting aside emergency savings, and maintaining adequate insurance policies for their homes and businesses.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Ready Campaign outlines other important steps to best prepare for a major disaster.

This month, I encourage all Americans to take the opportunity to ensure they have an emergency response plan in place and ready to be properly executed.  Emergencies and disasters test the resilience and strength of families, communities, and our Nation.  It is impossible to avoid every challenge and threat, but we can and must prepare for them.  By doing so, we can help protect our communities and save lives.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim September 2018 as National Preparedness Month.  I encourage all Americans, including Federal, State, and local officials, to take action to be prepared for disaster or emergency by making and practicing their emergency response plans.  Each step we take to become better prepared makes a real difference in how our families and communities will respond and persevere when faced with the unexpected.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirty-first day of August, in the year of our Lord two thousand eighteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-third.

DONALD J. TRUMP

From what you have learned over the last two years and all that you do know about who the villains really are, take a look below and see if this changes your perspective on the declaration!

How many have known that the United States has been bankrupt since…what 1931?  And the “Federal” Reserve’s role?  The socialist democrats will use the disaster to promote government take-over of the economy, just like Venezuela.  The Americans will right this ship correctly and then restructure for the better.

This is why you must elect republicans who support Trump, and censure the rogue politicians who have their own anti-American agenda. And we must re-elect our President in 2020. Situational awareness important for all. Vote.

HOLD THE LINE.

In Grateful Memory 2018

@2018 DrKate

“…all the great soldiers, who cannot get older, they’re asking after you…”

 

Day is done, Gone the sun,
From the lake, From the hill,
From the sky.
All is well, Safely rest,
God is nigh.

We are the land of the free because of the brave…can we earn their respect by doing our part for liberty?

 

 

 

In Celebration of Moms

©2018 DrKate

May 21, 1915

Today would have been my Mother’s 103rd birthday!

On her 95th birthday, with white roses–her life, a story of roses, and daisies, her other favorite flower, reflecting both her elegance, beauty, and genuine, ever-loving soul.

 

 

Merry Christmas 2017!

©2017 DrKate

Merry Christmas to all the world!  And a joyous holiday season!

Open Thread!

Thanksgiving 2017

©2017 drkate

For the Glory of God!

 

A Litany of Thanksgiving

Today, I make my Sacrament of Thanksgiving

I begin with the simple things of my days:

Fresh air to breathe,

Cool water to drink,

The taste of food,

The protection of house and clothes,

The comforts of home.

For all these, I make an act of Thanksgiving this day!

***

I bring to mind all of the warmth of humankind that I have known:

My Mother’s arms,

The strength of my father,

The playmates of my childhood,

The wonderful stories brought to me from the lives of many who have talked of days gone by when fairies and giants and all kinds of magic held sway;

The tears I have shed, the tears I have seen;

The excitement of laughter and the twinkle in the eye with its reminder that life is   good.

For all of these I make an act of Thanksgiving this day.

***

I finger one by one the messages of hope that awaited me at the crossroads:

The smile of approval from those who held in their hands the reins of my security;

The tightening of the grip in the simple handshake when I feared the step before me in the darkness;

The whisper in my heart when the temptation was fiercest and the claims of appetite were not to be denied;

The crucial word said, the simple sentence from an open page when my decision hung in the balance.

For all these , I make an act of Thanksgiving this day.

***

I pass before me the main springs of my heritage:

The fruits of the labors of countless generations who have lived before me, without whom my own life would have no meaning;

The seers who saw visions and dreamed dreams;

The prophets who sensed a truth greater than mind could grasp and whose words could only find fulfillment in the years which they would never see;

The workers whose sweat has watered the trees, the leaves of which are for the healing of the nations;

The pilgrims who set their sails for lands beyond all horizons, whose courage made paths into new worlds and far off places;

The saviors whose blood was shed with a recklessness that only a dream could inspire and God command.

For all of these, I make an act of Thanksgiving this day.

***

I linger over the meaning of my own life and the commitment to which I give the loyalty of my heart and mind:

The little purposes in which I have shared with my loves, my desires, my gifts;

The restlessness which bottoms all I do with its stark insistence that I have never done my best, I have never dared to reach for the highest;

The big hope that never quite deserts me, that I and my kind will study war no more, that love and tenderness and all of the inner graces of Almight affection will cover the life of the children of God as waters cover the sea.

***

All these and more than mind can think and heart can feel,

I make as my sacrament of Thanksgiving to Thee,

Our Creator, in humbleness of mind and simplicity of heart.

~ A poem by Howard Thurman, Thanksgiving 1959~

Never in Vain

Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour 1 Peter 5:8

September 10, 2001

September 11, 2001, about 8:00 a.m.

 

Most of the long-term members of the Senate and House served on committees that examined the events of 911 and organized all the terrible legislation that followed, like the Patriot Act, the endless war resolutions, and the draconian spying and assault on Americans.  Think hard about what has developed since then under both democrats and republicans.  War is a racket, war is always by deception, and the permanent political class has organized a “business model” that has become the swamp.  Think about your political awareness then, and now.

Here’s what the Clinton/Obama swamp–with republican help–created by trading guns and missiles, drugs, laundering money, and overthrowing or destabilizing regimes in the Middle East…on September 11, 2012

Benghazi, September 11, 2012

 

Now we should finally realize that the NWO’s war is against the American people and our Constitution.   There are not two parties, there is one, and they are doing the NWO’s business.  They delight in dividing us and inflicting terrible harm. It’s what the swamp is about, and this day of remembrance should remind us of this fact, and steel our souls for the struggles ahead.

Think about our politicians.  They know what’s going on and wrap themselves in the flag and patriotic speak, the colors of the parties, the things they work on.  Politicians defend the government, not the Constitution.  Oath of office? What’s that?

 

Happy New Year 2017!

©2017 drkate

Starting out 2017 with a pictorial essay of sorts…

Paris 2017 New Years

Paris 2017 New Years

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The Trump theme song for 2016 more relevant today!

 

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The man who loves America

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Let’s make this a real year to remember!

 

Thanksgiving 2016

©2016 drkate

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Since 2011 I’ve published this writing by Howard Thurman on Thanksgiving…and read it at gatherings more times than I can count.  This year an added gratefulness for our national “election” results….we simply used our system to outvote the fraud.

Did we dodge a bullet, or just buy a little more time?

Have a joyous, thoughtful, grateful, and reflective Thanksgiving.  Heal and rest from it all, no politics.

A Litany of Thanksgiving

Today, I make my Sacrament of Thanksgiving

I begin with the simple things of my days:

Fresh air to breathe,

Cool water to drink,

The taste of food,

The protection of house and clothes,

The comforts of home.

For all these, I make an act of Thanksgiving this day!

***

I bring to mind all of the warmth of humankind that I have known:

My Mother’s arms,

The strength of my father,

The playmates of my childhood,

The wonderful stories brought to me from the lives of many who have talked of days gone by when fairies and giants and all kinds of magic held sway;

The tears I have shed, the tears I have seen;

The excitement of laughter and the twinkle in the eye with its reminder that life is   good.

For all of these I make an act of Thanksgiving this day.

***

I finger one by one the messages of hope that awaited me at the crossroads:

The smile of approval from those who held in their hands the reins of my security;

The tightening of the grip in the simple handshake when I feared the step before me in the darkness;

The whisper in my heart when the temptation was fiercest and the claims of appetite were not to be denied;

The crucial word said, the simple sentence from an open page when my decision hung in the balance.

For all these , I make an act of Thanksgiving this day.

***

I pass before me the main springs of my heritage:

The fruits of the labors of countless generations who have lived before me, without whom my own life would have no meaning;

The seers who saw visions and dreamed dreams;

The prophets who sensed a truth greater than mind could grasp and whose words could only find fulfillment in the years which they would never see;

The workers whose sweat has watered the trees, the leaves of which are for the healing of the nations;

The pilgrims who set their sails for lands beyond all horizons, whose courage made paths into new worlds and far off places;

The saviors whose blood was shed with a recklessness that only a dream could inspire and God command.

For all of these, I make an act of Thanksgiving this day.

***

I linger over the meaning of my own life and the commitment to which I give the loyalty of my heart and mind:

The little purposes in which I have shared with my loves, my desires, my gifts;

The restlessness which bottoms all I do with its stark insistence that I have never done my best, I have never dared to reach for the highest;

The big hope that never quite deserts me, that I and my kind will study war no more, that love and tenderness and all of the inner graces of Almight affection will cover the life of the children of God as waters cover the sea.

***

All these and more than mind can think and heart can feel,

I make as my sacrament of Thanksgiving to Thee,

Our Creator, in humbleness of mind and simplicity of heart.

~ A poem by Howard Thurman, Thanksgiving 1959~

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If you don’t have religious liberty, you don’t have liberty

©2016 drkate

I am preparing a post essay that I hope you will enjoy…discussing the time we are in today.  Please accept this video in the meantime…

Open thread!

Trump Open Thread May 26, 2016

©2016 drkate

Donald Trump visits Montana today…

Flathead Lake, Western MT.

Flathead Lake and Mission Mountains, looking east,  Western Montana, 3/2016

 

BREAKING:  DONALD J. TRUMP REACHES 1238 DELEGATES,

OFFICIAL REPUBLICAN NOMINEE!

1237

 

Live from central Montana, 4 pm mountain, RSBN:

Thousands saw Trump in Billings!

billings rally

 

Open Thread!

 

Fourteen Years On–Honoring Americans on 911

©2015 drkate

Fourteen years on, we are closer to finding the home-made culprits that pulled off the “collateral damage” event of September 11, 2001.  Those of us who are active and awake have learned so much since that time and knowledge is accelerating.  We don’t show all we know, as the time of the great separation of the wheat from the tares is underway (Matthew 33:30 KJV).

Remember, all of these great soldiers who passed before us, and now cannot get older, are asking after us all…

 

Psalm 23

  1. The lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.
  2. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters
  3. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his names sake.
  4. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; they rod and thy staff they comfort me.
  5. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.
  6. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

And justice will be done…

Open thread


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