Obama is not a Hero…

    I am finding it hard to fathom why we are calling Obama a hero in the death of a terrorist, Osama Bin Laden. From all the news reports, it seems that it was our great military that carried out the mission, and put their lives on the line to protect each and every one of us. Don’t get me wrong, I am extremely glad that | Read More »

    Please help locate this Retired Marine fighting the unions

    I read today this Fox news story about a ROTC instructor in Worcester MA who’s being threatened with termination on June 15th if he doesn’t pay a $500 union agency fee by June 15. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/06/09/marine-refuses-pay-teacher-union-dues-faces-termination/ His name is Stephen Godin, and he’s a Retired U.S. Marine Major. The red flag in the article is this section: Godin, who retired from the Marines in 1994 after | Read More »


    Never forget the true heroes [Redacted.]

    Next time someone asks you who your heroes are; add Paul R. Smith to your list. [Please do not reprint other websites’ articles in full here unless you are the author, and you link back to the original article.  Thank you. – Moe Lane] [UPDATE: Ignoring the principle of ‘fair use’ seems to have been a habit with this poster.  The poster will break him | Read More »

    On this day, with these words…

    Today was the day that Patrick Henry gave his “give me liberty, or give me death” speech. And while those words may seem appropriate to some given Sunday’s travesty, I find the words today of St. Thomas More even moreso: “If we lived in a state where virtue was profitable, common sense would make us saintly. But since we see that avarice, anger, pride, and | Read More »

    Remembering The Fallen At Fort Hood And The, “Peaceful,” Religion That Killed Them

    13 American soldiers are dead. 30 are wounded with some still holding on with life threatening wounds. A Major whose name I will not mention but has a Jordanian lineage is recovering from wounds received from the heroic soldier, a woman, whose actions stopped this mad mans carnage. The brave Americans whose lives have been taken at Fort Hood, Texas died as much in defense | Read More »

    Who are “The American People”?

    From the diaries by Caleb The President has a big problem. BIG problem. And, down deep in my soul I think this problem is going to make the current state of the economy look pretty good. Ten or fifteen percent unemployment will be no big deal. As I noted in a diary yesterday, a US soldier has been taken prisoner in Afghanistan by the Taliban. | Read More »

    D Day June 6, 1944 – 65 Years In Remembrance

    It was called Operation Overlord. 160, 000 allied soldiers landed on the beaches of Normandy, France in those first hours of the invasion with nearly 10, 000 casualties of that 6,603 were American with 1,465 American fatalities. Before Overlord was complete three million allied troops would come ashore to defeat Nazi Germany and liberate Europe from the terror hold of Adolph Hitler. More than 5,000 | Read More »

    The Last Full Measure Of Devotion

    They came from every corner of our nation representing our best and bravest. They fought in places whose names have become familiar to us not because the field had any great significance but because of what they so bravely did there. Places like Trenton, Valley Forge, Antietam, Gettysburg, the trenches of WWI, Iwo Jima, Normandy, Porkchop Hill, Inchon, Hamburger Hill, Basra, Kuwait City, Asadabad, Baghdad, | Read More »

    Obama Not The Hero In The Pirate Saga

    Captain Phillips is rescued. Three pirates are dead and another is in custody. Three Navy Seals expertly and flawlessly performed their duty in rescuing Phillips. Barack Obama as Commander in Chief authorized the use of force, “if Phillips was in danger.” So in liberal press accounts and commentary from liberal pundits who is the hero ? Barack Obama. Giving credit where credit is due, Obama | Read More »

    Calling Obama on His Hatred of the Military

    If anyone thinks Barack Obama is respectful or even cares about America’s heroes or the military should be shaking. Via Ed Morrissey, the Obama administration is planning on implementing a plan that came out last week, a plan to screw the heroes and private health insurance companies: The Obama administration recently revealed a plan to require private insurance carriers to reimburse the Department of Veterans | Read More »

    There are still heroes among us…

    I was thinking about posting about that, but I’ll promote this instead. – Moe Lane With a hat tip to the guys at Blackfive check out this note attached to the hospital room door of a severely wounded Navy Seal…

    An American Knight passes into the Promised Land

    A true American patriot and hero passed from this world a week ago. Colonel John Ripley, also known as the Hero of Dong Ha, died peacefully at his home in Annapolis on October 28, 2008. Colonel Ripley represented the very best that America has to offer, physically (he was a graduate of the US Army Ranger School, Airborne School, US Marine Corps recon school, and | Read More »