My Romantic Thought of the Day 33

Yes! It’s the most amazing feeling in the world too….

Originally posted on I Love Romance Blog:

Being with the one you love is like coming home after being lost for so long.


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You are richer than you think…

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Grandpa Surprises Everyone With Age-Defying Dance Moves, Proves You’re Only As Old As You Feel

OMGoodness! I have had my deep belly laugh for today! LOL! This old man had me rolling!

Originally posted on The Fifth Column:

This is a feel good moment…enjoy!

The Huffington Post

When this elderly man’s song comes on, nothing can hold him back.

Not only does he cut a rug so fiercely that he has to throw off his canes, but see around the 1:50 mark how this stud muffin dances with not one, but two ladies. It just goes to show that age is a state of mind, and you’re never too old to bust some serious moves.

Get it, grandpa!

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Straining At A Gnat And Swallowing A Camel

Shopping Bag, Orange

Shopping Bag, Orange (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I called myself shopping for a few things I needed and so I have been having a problem with this company for over a year now. I ordered and received $150 dollars worth of products. Well these fools ended up billing me for items I never received from them and are trying to force me to pay to them $350 dollars instead. They are lying and claiming that I received more items then I actually did get. So somebody tell me how crazy is that? Well I know this is going to wind up in court one day soon. But in the meantime I just feel so helpless.

So I like to call it the way I see it and as mama used to say. These fools are straining at a gnat and swallowing a big camel. They cannot see the bigger picture.

What ever happened to the customer is always right policy. I feel like it is so foolish on their part what they are doing. Because as a result of it they have lost me as a customer forever and I can swear to you that I will never ever purchase anything from them ever again for putting me through these changes. Not only that but I went ahead and warned my family and friends about them, so they are refusing to take chances in buying from this company too. Plus if they take me to court they will have paid out more money for what it was really worth just to steal that extra $200 dollars from me. What fools! I cannot wait until we go to court and this is all over with and I just hope to win my case.

A kitten opens its eyes for the first time

A kitten opens its eyes for the first time (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Anyway, I hope everyone is enjoying the rest of the summer so far. Well down here for us it is just about time for the kids to be returning back to school. So where did the summer go? It didn’t seem like much of a summer to me. I guess it was because it has been raining practically everyday just like it did last summer, so as a result of so much rain we didn’t have much of a garden because the land stayed soaking wet all of the time.

But one wonderful thing did happen for us this summer. One of our cats had a huge litter and we are at least very happy about that! It’s such good news…..and the kittens are so adorable, tiny and sweet looking. I tell you I could never have enough pets. Our amount of pets are growing constantly now. And we are keeping them all. So I guess I am just making up for the fact I could not have pets for so many years in the past. The good thing is that even though they are all outdoor pets I still get the opportunity to watch them from our windows a lot and get to go out to feed them sometimes too.

English: Ruth Landers relaxing with some of he...

English: Ruth Landers relaxing with some of her pets on the set of music video shoot, “Summer Heat”. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

So this summer my husband and I did get out a bit to enjoy and so we went out to a couple of places and enjoyed ourselves too. So I will blog about it later on.

So have a great rest of the week all!

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My Crock Pot/Slow Cooker American Style Chicken And Vegetable Indian Biryani

Paparis, apas, achares e arroz biriani de fran...

Paparis, apas, achares e arroz biriani de frango, em Goa. Chicken biryani, Colva beach, Goa, India. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hello, to all amazing blogging friends around the world!

As you may know I am one who just loves, loves, loves Indian style foods and so you might have guessed it that Indian Style Biryani is one of them! It’s tasty, amazing, nutritious and so delicious.

So I took a peek at a few Biryani recipes on the web and even glanced once again at one of my favorite cook books named “The Indian Slow Cooker” by Anupy Singla for some amazing tips so I could make a delicious Biryani at home and in a simple crock pot.

But unfortunately after looking at so many different ways to make a Biryani, I found “Garam Marsala” is always listed as one of the main and most important ingredients to making a good Biryani and the issue for me is that, my husband’s taste buds have always had a difficult time in trying to adjust to the strong flavor of the “Garam Marsala” spice. For even a little of it is a lot, so what can I tell you other then that being able to enjoy the “Garam Marsala” spice is an acquired taste for some. So what’s a girl like me to do? Here’s what I decided to do……..

So I decided to create my very own Americanized version of it. Yep! So here’s my recipe which is a little complicated as most Biryani recipes are and yes it’s still has a lot of the Indian spices in it, still cooked in layers, really very, very tasty, spicy, delicious and as my husband would say “finger licking good” but thankfully minus that strong “Garam Marsala” spice.

And since I have so many days in which cooking is just out of the question for me, this recipe provides an ample amount of suppers for us.

Of course I have to thank my amazing husband for taking the time to pick up some of the last minute missing ingredients for me and helping out in the running around in the kitchen for everything and for helping with the clean up.

So now perhaps out there in “blog-ville land” (LOL!) someone might appreciate this Americanized version too. So here it goes!

Kachhi Murgh Dum Biryani (plated)

Kachhi Murgh Dum Biryani (plated) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

My Crock Pot/Slow Cooker American Style Chicken And Vegetable Indian Biryani


1 whole chicken (cut into separate pieces, using only the thighs, wings, breast, legs)

1 4 inch piece of ginger root (put in whole or sliced or grated in)

4 large garlic cloves, peeled and finely chopped (that has been pre-soaked in olive oil)

Juice of one fresh squeezed lemon (small to medium sized)

1/2 teaspoon clove powder

1 Tablespoon of garlic powder

1 Tablespoon onion powder

1 teaspoon of ginger powder

3 Tablespoons of Ms. Dash seasonings

1/2 to 1 teaspoon hot red chili powder (if you like heat…add a little bit more, I do! LOL!)

1 Tablespoon of turmeric powder

1 teaspoon of salt

1 teaspoon of coriander seeds

2/3 cup chopped fresh basil or dried

2/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro or dried

4-5 heaping tablespoons of Goya cilantro sauce

1 Tablespoon of granulated white sugar

2 cups fresh plain yogurt

1/2 large yellow onions peeled and sliced very thin (fried in oil and a bit of sugar)

1/2 large yellow onions peeled and sliced very thin (leave raw)

4-6 Tablespoons coconut oil

A few dashes of hot sauce (optional)

A few dashes of soy sauce or Braggs amino acids (optional)

1 Tablespoon of smoke flavor (optional)


RICE (Ingredients)

5 cups of seasoned hot boiling water (adding only just enough hot water to cover the rice)

3-4 cups uncooked basmati rice (rinsed, soaked for 30 minutes in cold water, washed then strained)

1 teaspoon salt

1 bay leaf (to remove later)

1 or 2 cinnamon stick (to be removed later)

2 cardamon pods (to be removed later)

1 marble sized piece ginger root (to be removed later)

5-6 whole cloves

1 teaspoon of granulated white sugar

1 Tablespoon of coconut oil


VEGETABLES (Ingredients)

1/2 -1 bag of frozen mixed vegetables (about 3-5 cups)

1/2 bag of frozen or fresh cauliflower (2 cups-each one cut in halves)

1/2 teaspoon onion powder

1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

1 cup of tomato sauce

1 cup of tomato ketchup

1 teaspoon Goya cilantro sauce

½ teaspoon Ms. Dash seasoning

1 teaspoon of granulated white sugar

3-5 Tablespoon of coconut oil


Additional Ingredients: (for later use)

1/2 to 1 cup or more Raisins (soaked in either pure rum, brandy, cooking red wine or cooking white wine for about 2-3 hours then strain or not to strain is up to you.) (this is also optional)

1 Tablespoon of melted butter or ghee

1 teaspoon saffron strands, soaked in ½ cup of milk (optional)

2 Tablespoon of lite brown sugar


Cooking Utensils & Items Needed:

Oval shaped large sized crock pot

3-large spoons

1 large mixing bowl

plastic wrap

1 medium skillet

1 small skillet

2 quart sized pans



First coat the crock/slow cooker with a little oil or spray it with non stick cooking spray or use a crock pot cooking bag.

Then turn the crock/slow cooker on to the warm setting allowing the crock pot/slow cooker to get a little bit hot before adding in all of the ingredients (that’s only if you’re done marinating the chicken as instructed below.)


Mix together ingredients in large bowl/container ginger, garlic, hot red chili powder, turmeric, teaspoon of salt, cilantro, lemon juice, yogurt and cilantro sauce. Add the chicken pieces and mix to coat the chicken thoroughly, cover with plastic wrap. Let marinate at least two hours or overnight in refrigerator.

Turn the crock/slow cooker on high. Add raw onions to bottom of crock/slow cooker, pour in 4-6 tablespoons of the oil over the onions and then layer the marinated chicken into the crock/slow cooker. It might be a little tight trying to squeeze each piece of chicken into the crock but go ahead and do so laying the pieces side by side but it’ll work you’ll see. Then shake a few dashes of hot sauce and soy sauce/Braggs amino acids on top then cover.

Be sure to let chicken cook well done for up to three (3) hours.

Turn setting up to high for the first hour and then cook on low for the remaining hours.

**The reason why I prefer to cook on high setting at first is to allow the meat to get good and hot early on and to reduce some of the cooking time.**


On stove top, add oil to a medium sized skillet on low to medium heat then add in mixed vegetables, onion powder, garlic powder, Ms. Dash seasonings, then stir fry the vegetables for up to five (5) minutes or until vegetables are slightly soft, then stir/mix in tomato sauce and ketchup, turn off heat. Set aside.


On stove top, add oil and sugar to a small sized skillet over low to medium heat, stirring the sugar for one (1) minute then add in the onions, coating and allowing the onions to turn brown, then turn off heat, set aside.


Pour the rinsed, pre-soaked, washed and strained rice into the first quart sized pan and set aside.

On the stove top, bring the water to a boil over medium to high heat in the second quart sized pan. Add one (1) teaspoon of salt, oil, cinnamon sticks, cardamon pods, bay leaves, ginger root, sugar and whole cloves on medium to high heat. Let these spices continue to cook/boil on a low flame for up to 10-15 minutes, then remove and discard the bay leaf, cloves, cinnamon stick, ginger root and cardamon pods from the boiling water.

Then pour this seasoned hot boiling water over the rice, adding only just enough of this water to cover the rice, no more, then bring it to a boil.

Allow the rice to simmer for up to only 3 to 5 minutes, at which point all of the water should have evaporated (check the rice that it is only half way done, because the rice is the important part of making a good Biryani)

Then every step of the way everything will be spooned into the crock pot/slow cooker in layers.

So spoon the rice into the crock/slow cooker, spreading evenly over the chicken and level the rice.

Next, drizzle melted butter over the rice and then drizzle the saffron/milk mixture over the rice (optional.)

Next, spoon the cooked vegetables over the rice evenly.

Then top the vegetables with the fried caramelized onions and then with soaked and strained raisins.

Sprinkle over the top the brown sugar (and you can even add some cashews or almonds on top.)

Next, cover the pot and let the rice finish off cooking on the low setting for up to one (1) or two (2) additional hours and………just enough time to let the flavors merge and seal in, allowing the sauce/gravy/juices/spices to quickly bubble up half way around the edges of the crock….. allowing the delicious aromas to circulate around the house therefore making the husbands/family/friends/ or you’re self…… become good and hungry (LOL!) letting the favors to continue to do their work. (LOL) Can you just imagine that?

And then finally, just go ahead and spoon out all of the rice and vegetables on top onto a platter, fluffing it all up a bit. Then spoon out the chicken left at the bottom of the crock onto a separate platter.

You may serve this amazing rice and chicken just as is……. or with a side of yogurt and a couple of slices of naan, fried flat bread or french bread. This has to be such a delicious combination of foods, so enjoy!

English: Indian spice

English: Indian spice (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Haters you are so vain.

I really enjoyed reading this post……..speaks the truth I say.

Originally posted on Reina Rosa:

Dear haters, hate me as much as you like. Since you’re talking behind my back, feel free to kiss my a$. But remember that I will never have no time to hate you back. You are entitled to your own opinions and i accept that. Call me the ugliest girl on the world, but you are most and it doesn’t bother me. With my imperfections I can do anything I want and I will be victorious. So make sure to pay attention to that. To hell with the byotches. You’d rather spend more time making my life miserable rather than improving there’s, obviously you’re jealous of how perfectly imperfect my life is. And don’t be surprise if someday your name will be show up on my biography book.

I don’t dislike my haters; they dislike me. I’m doing nothing wrong, I’m just being me. I’m satisfied with a little while you haters…

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It Is For Me And For You Too!

Quicker Than a Ray of Light...

Quicker Than a Ray of Light… (Photo credit: HuTDoG83)

I am one who truly believes that …….

“What God Has For You It Is For You”

…….and no one else can have it or take it away from you no matter how hard they try. That’s why I have fallen so in love with this song from the very first time I heard it. Since becoming a Christian, I loved having the security of knowing this very important thing.

Smiling and singing

Smiling and singing (Photo credit: ruifernandes)

CHOIR (unknown)

“What God Has For Me It Is For Me”


2009 - 05 - 15 - St James UMBC choir - winners...

2009 – 05 – 15 – St James UMBC choir – winners of $5000 first place prize American Legacy gospel contest (Photo credit: Mississippi Snopes)


“It Is For Me”


I know what ever happens in this life that what God has for me it is for me. What God has for you IT IS FOR YOU. And one good thing about this is only you can have it. It is only for you and not for me or anyone else for that matter. You see I have learned through reading scripture that God has a master plan for my life. And the same for you…..We just need to go to him to get all the details.

ready to receive

ready to receive (Photo credit: Loving Earth)

So if you can believe it….then receive it. We just have to wait on God sometimes. Those words are to encourage and to give hope.

I love these amazing scriptures below……


And we all know that for those who love God that all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose

Romans 8:28


For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.

Jeremiah 29:11


There is hope for your future, declares the Lord…..

Jeremiah 31:17


Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will direct your paths.

Proverbs 3: 5-6


Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand.

Proverbs 19:21


… I have planned, so shall it be, and as I have purposed, so shall it stand,

Isaiah 14:24


….even though you planned evil against me. God planned good to come out of it…..

Genesis 50:20


Torah inside of the former Glockengasse Synago...

Torah inside of the former Glockengasse Synagogue in Cologne (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


What God Has for me it is for me

What God has for me it is for me


I know without a doubt

that He will bring me out

What God has for me it is for me


It is for me

It is for me


I know without a doubt that He will bring me out

What God has for me it is for me


What God has for me it is for me

What God has for me it is for me

you can’t take it

I know without a doubt that he will bring me out


He’s going to give me the victory

He is my joy and my peace



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Love this…..I hope for the day I could get to the point of totally minimizing all of my stuff.

Originally posted on With a Touch of Sea Salt:

Danish design is known to successfully combine simplicity, functionality and aesthetics. With this vision, Simon Legald has designed for Normann Copenhagen Toj, a functional clothes rack with an industrial feel, to dress up your hallway in a stylish manner.

TojClothesRackPicture via Normann Copenhagen

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Old Wives Tales, Folklore, Lucky and Unlucky Things, Superstitions, Old Sayings And Such


1. ~If you buy a man a pair of shoes, he walk out on you~


2. ~If it’s raining and at the same time the sun is shining bright then…..

the devil is beating his wife!~


3. ~Don’t step on a crack, fate will break your mothers back~

(meaning the crack in the pavement or side walk)


4. ~Don’t kill a ladybug she brings money and blessing~


5. ~A full moon makes people act crazy~


6. ~Money draws money~


7. ~If it doesn’t cure you, it will kill you~


8. ~Having children makes you lose your teeth and your bones get brittle~


Stevie Wonder cor 19

Stevie Wonder cor 19 (Photo credit: Luiz Fernando / Sonia Maria)




Where did all of these old sayings, superstitions and old wives tales come from? …….Oh goodness gracious who knows for sure!

But one of the joys and benefits of growing up in a big family for me was having a beautiful set of parents who used to be good story tellers and so they’d tell us so many fun and interesting stories that you’d be sitting on the edge of your seat by the time they were all done. They would tell us amazing stories about how things were for them growing up and what their experiences were and sometimes they would share with us kids some old wives tales, words of wisdom, ancestor stories and crazy old funny superstitions and the such and it was a lot of fun listening to them as they’d spin their web. I remember how dad used to say little lines and he’d always remind us and say something like this……

One bird in hand is better than a thousand flying by”

LOL! Meaning= you better be thankful and grateful for what you have. Don’t make the mistake of being too greedy in life or foolish enough to think you can grab onto more of what may be way out of your reach for the time being before you let slip out of your hand what good you have right now for trying to grab onto something else at the same time.

So I can remember being exposed to a lot by being around the many different aunts, uncles, cousins, family friends and all sorts of extended relatives from both my parents sides of the family, who would tell us so many stories that made you laugh, cry, be afraid, make you behave and think twice about the things you do or shed light on the things that happen to you.

So being around different types of people often stretched and exercised our social muscles. You’d learn a great deal about people from them all. So while some people don’t care for all of these kinds of things. I think it’s fun and kinda cute to go back and think about these kinds of different things.

I tell you sometimes I enjoy thinking back about these days of innocent childhood days and the feelings of being free. The freedom to just be…. For I recall how as children we were like little sponges….taking in everything, just learning and growing in the innocence of it all. My childhood was somewhat sheltered and we were protected from knowing and seeing the cruelty of life. We were allowed to be kids and not trying to act all grown up before our time.

So that brought me to this……I love reading up what ever I can find about old wives tales, superstitions, folklore and old sayings and the such, because for me coming from a large family background exposed me to a lot of different things, ideas and people so much so that I always want to learn more. I guess that’s why I enjoy learning about different cultures, one at a time and I question why some people have certain superstitions causing them to behave the way they do. You know what I mean. I still have a curious mind as I did way back when.

So here’s some interesting superstitions, old wives tales and such. Some I found on the web and some I remember hearing while growing up from the elders. So its all here to share with the hopes that anyone may see any that are familiar.


Here’s some others:

1. ~Dropping a butter knife will bring bad luck in money affairs, so having someone to pick it up for you reverses it


2. ~Don’t start anything new on Friday the 13th


3. ~If your left hand itches you will get riches


4. ~If your left eye twitches something bad will happen


5. ~If a white moth enters your house it brings bad luck


6. ~If a cricket enters your house it brings good luck


7. ~Frogs will give you warts


8. ~Sitting too close to a TV will ruin your eye sight


9. ~Swimming after eating will make you cramp up and drown


10. ~Don’t swallow chewing gum or it will stay in your stomach for seven years


11. ~Don’t bring a cat around a baby because they suck their breath away


12. ~Don’t lie down with dogs you will get fleas


13. ~A spoon ful of sugar cures the hiccups


14. ~Hold your breath for one minute to get rid of hiccups


15. ~Chicken soup cures a cold


16. ~Cold weather will make you catch a cold


17. ~Always burn or flush your hair from your brush, never put it in the garbage because if birds pluck it, you will have bad luck


18. ~Sprinkle salt on your door step to ward off evil spirits


19. ~Sprinkle salt around your house and sweep it out to run away the evil


20. ~If you break a mirror you will have seven years bad luck


21. ~If you walk under a ladder you will have bad luck


22. ~But if you toss a pinch of salt over your left shoulder you can get rid of the bad luck


23. ~Throwing salt over your right shoulder will bring more bad luck


24. ~Seeing a crow cross your path is bad luck


25. ~If two crows cross your path the bad luck is reversed


Bad Luck Blackie

Bad Luck Blackie (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

26. ~If a black cat crosses your path you get bad luck


27. If you open an umbrella while inside the house it brings you bad luck


28. You should always say “Bless You” after someone sneezes in order to save them from having bad luck


29. ~Carrying a rabbits foot brings good luck and protection


30. ~Cross your fingers when you wish for something good


31. ~Crossing your fingers behind your back when telling a white lie protects you from evil


32. ~Don’t jinx yourself (saying out loud something bad that you think will happen to you)


A Little Luck

A Little Luck (Photo credit: JD Hancock)

33. ~Carry a four leaf clover for good luck


34. ~Keep a money plant in your space to get rich


35. ~Burning a green candle will bring you a lot of money


36. ~Hang a horse shoe over the door for good luck-its a good luck charm (make sure the ends are facing upwards or the good luck escapes)


37. ~If a bird lets droppings on your left shoulder you will have good fortune

come your way


38. ~On new years day for a prosperous year, be sure to cook peas for pennies and

greens for dollars


39. ~Picking up a penny if its tail is up is bad luck


40. ~It’s lucky, if a bride wears no underwear underneath her wedding gown


41. ~Do not bring eggs into the house after dark, as it is bad luck


42. ~If two women pour water from the same pot or pan, one will have a baby in a year


43. ~If you buy a broom in May, you will sweep the head of the household away


44. ~Break a wish bone with someone and the one holding the top

will have their wish come true


45. ~ Write and list all your sickness, illness or anything negative in your life on a piece of parchment paper and place it into a glass bottle, cap it, then cast it into the sea to reverse them


46. ~Knock on wood….after making a hopeful statement….because you may be tempting fate by acknowledging your good fortune

47. ~Your first phone call anytime after New Years Day should be from a male, it will bring an extra lucky year

48. ~Be sure that a male, preferably a tall man is the first to enter your home anytime after New Years Day for it will bring you extra prosperity for that year


Otis Redding- Sitting on the Dock of Bay

Otis Redding- Sitting on the Dock of Bay (Photo credit: Dallas1200am)


“Knock On Wood”


Three…six….nine the goose drank wine. The monkey threw tobacco on the street car line…the line broke….the monkey got choke and they all went to heaven in a little row boat. Clap clap.


“Clap Clap Song”



1. ~Burn incense

or burn sage


2. ~Burn sweet grass to invite positive energy in your home


3. ~Take a bath in salt water for good luck


4. ~Carry good luck charms (3 keys together, shamrock or 4 leaf clover, horseshoes, a rabbits foot)


5. ~Carry crystals or stones

Black Tourmaline will protect you from negative energy

Rose Quartz encourages positive energy

Amethyst will protect you from harm while traveling


6. ~Doing a good deed changes your Karma and bring you goodness


7. ~Declutter your space


8. ~Rearrange your furniture, it changes the energy and atmosphere


9. ~Repaint your space because certain colors are good for moods


10. ~Listening to good music will brighten your mood


11. ~Open the windows and let the sunshine in brightly


12. ~Turn on your lights and use bright lights to change the atmosphere


13. ~Burn three candles, two white (one for cleansing and one for protection) and the third orange to bring a change in luck in your life


14. ~Travel to another country (travel across water) water brings good luck



(and it really does work, that’s the truth)

1. ~Pray to God and ask for forgiveness for whatever wrong you have done in your life and then pray regularly


2. ~and Give thanks to God for all you have right now!


3. ~ Be grateful

Prayer changes more than things, it changes YO...

Prayer changes more than things, it changes YOU. -Joyce Meyers (Photo credit: deeplifequotes)


Some sources on the web I found the information:








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Network Sunday Shows All Ignore Strong Jobs Report And Record Stock Surge

This Is WONDERFUL AND AMAZING NEWS. Now the President should happily open his mouth and tell the American people “Hay! Look what I have done! Look at what has happened on my watch! So This Day I CELEBRATE Our President BARACK OBAMA’S HUGE VICTORY! I THANK YOU MR. PRESIDENT! WE LOVE YOU!

Originally posted on The Fifth Column:

If the trend were in reverse and the stock market crashed, all the Sunday news programs would have made it the major topic on each show…

Media Matters

When is the U.S. economy not a topic worth addressing on the Sunday morning talk shows? Apparently when there’s lots of good news to discuss.

At least it seemed that way this past Sunday when all four of the network Sunday morning talk shows ignored last week’s surprisingly strong jobs report, which indicated nearly 300,000 news jobs were created in the month of June. Consequently, the unemployment rate fell to 6.1 percent, the lowest level since September 2008.

The jobs surge meant America had logged its highest January-through-June job-growth rate since 1999. (The U.S. has added 1.4 million jobs since December, making it the best half-year since the recession ended.) And over the past 52 months of jobs growth, businesses have created nearly…

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