AMERICAN MILITARY INTERVENTION IN CENTRAL AMERICA?
Sounds like a headline from the 1980’s. Honduras is a peaceful democratic country where I have worked and visited numerous times, as I have neighboring Nicaragua. Nicaragua is different, in its culture, climate, people — and in its history of revolutionary violence. Venezuela is all together different from Honduras and Nicaragua and from other poor Latin American countries — a nation that would be rich, | Read More »
Apocalypse Now!!! or Animal House. The anti-war lefts hypocrisy
It appeared to everyone that the anti-war left that geared up in 2003 to bring the troops home were young engaged and serious people. It is now evident that was not true at all. We had old hippies from the 60’s and 70’s who gathered together with jobless addled youngsters to “fight the system. They were colorful and forceful and they were going to bring | Read More »
Valerie Jarrett and the Army Private
Valerie Jarrett is Barack Obama’s Senior Advisor to the President and Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Relations and Public Engagement. You’d think as Barack Obama’s Senior Advisor for Public Engagement, she’d show some more class to our soldiers.But not today.Flying home to Washington, D.C. today after speaking to the left wing online activists gathering in Pittsburgh, Ms. Jarrett’s flight had an Army Private in | Read More »
January 20, Year 20 AO
Early morning sunlight flashed in Bill’s face, which wrinkled in irritation. He rolled on his back, leaving the worst of the light on his shoulder but too late; the sun had done its job. He was awake. He lay there for another minute or two but finally caved in to the inevitable, threw the heavy blankets aside and sat up, dropping his feet to the | Read More »
Arlington Cemetery Records a Mess
Salon.com has a disheartening story about the troubles at the national cemetery at Arlington, Virginia, those sacred grounds were thousands upon thousands of our nation’s heroes and notables have been buried. Infuriatingly, it seems that cemetery records are a mess, some of them not corresponding to headstones, many garbled or lost. This is the nation’s most revered cemetery yet some soldier’s names are lost to | Read More »
When is a Coup Not a Coup?
How about when it is constitutional? TRANSLATION – Article 239.- The citizen that has been the head of the Executive Branch cannot be President or Vice-President again. Whoever violates this law or proposes its reform, as well as those that support such violation directly or indirectly, will immediately cease in their functions and will be unable to hold any public office for a period of | Read More »
RIP Private William Long
Monday, June 8th was the day Pvt. William Long was to ship out for his first duty station in Korea. Instead his journey ended at Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery, there buried with full military honors. He was 23 years old. He was a son and brother. He was a soldier. Last week, Pvt. Long was killed in the line of duty, in service to his | Read More »
Obama said that we are not a Christian nation. Then he said that we are the 9th largest Muslim nation. It looks like some Muslims are starting to act that way.
Hijab-wearing Muslim crashes Remembrance rally for US soldier murdered by Muslim in Arkansas Well – Obama said that we are not a Christian nation and that we would be the world’s 9th largest Muslim nation. So why wouldn’t Muslims act like it is a Muslim nation? Kill non-Muslims and protest their funerals. VIDEO LINK HERE. Atlas Shrugs covers a Muslim crashing the remembrance ceremony of Private | 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 »
Obama’s Confederate Memorial the Right Move to Make
President Obama sent a wreath to the Confederate memorial at Arlington cemetery during the memorial services to recognize the sacrifices and service of the members of our armed forces this week. It has been a tradition since Woodrow Wilson offered a wreath to memorialize Confederate dead at Arlington and a tradition that many on the American far left wanted to see ended. They have been | Read More »
Memorial Day – Around the Internets
We’ll start with a soundtrack from Trace Adkins. Pray with me. God bless the ones who served and gave their all. God bless the ones who serve our country still. God guard them and protect them else they fall, And bring them safely home if it’s His will. So we pray… Amen
Just another openly Gay Marine Captain Battalion Commander, err, actually just another escaped mental patient who has never served in any branch of the military
Thanks to This Ain’t Hell for chasing this nutcase down. Remember Iraq Veterans Against the War, the anti-war political theater group that once starred Jesse MacBeth, the fraudulent Army Ranger and supposed Iraq War veteran who told lurid stories of the 200 senseless murders he committed as an Army Ranger in Iraq, or would have committed if he actually were an Army Ranger instead of | Read More »
Dumb Power or Chicago style politics – Obama now claims that releasing detainee photos would “inflame anti-American opinion”
Dumb Power or Chicago style politics – Obama now claims that releasing detainee photos would “inflame anti-American opinion” So the White House just figured out that their planned release of more photos would “inflame anti-American opinion” and would “impact the safety of our troops.” Thank you captain obvious. Comments and story via HotAir here. He’s not saying that’s the only consideration; how could he, knowing | Read More »
U.S. troops shouldn’t have to battle to exercise their right to vote
From the diaries by Erick Every day, members of America’s military leave family and home to stand on the front lines to defend our freedom. To their surprise, these heroes must fight another battle: attempting to vote. Each passing election highlights the difficulties for military personnel to cast ballots. Numerous obstacles prevent them from registering to vote, casting absentee ballots or voting at anywhere near | Read More »
Obama cuts military recruiting budget while buying $100 per pound steak for White House dinners. Guns vs. butter takes on a new meaning.
Obama cuts military recruiting budget while buying $100 per pound steak for White House dinners. Guns vs. butter takes on a new meaning. The Obama White House has been celebrated in the press for its expensive cocktail parties. Jake Tapper of ABC News reported on the menu at one of the parties in January: Hors d’oeuvres — chicken curry, wagyu steak — will be served | Read More »