Today’s Headlines — Dec. 3, 2008 Obama hijacks GOP language on key issues Allies launch bailout blitz for Big Three CEOs to seek billions more from Congress Auditors fault oversight of bank bailout funds Autoworkers sense end of era New low mortgage rates out of reach Many owners not qualified Lawsuit: Clinton can’t serve as Sec. of State Group cites ineligibility clause Political exiles | Read More »

    Credit Due: President Bush continues to keep us safe

    With Mumbai attacks fresh on everyones mind and, if anything positive can be made of it, maybe it will be a jarring eye opener of just what is at stake with the war on the West. But one constant theme has been played through it all from the Bush administration and that theme has been a very proactive, security first, bad guys last, approach to | 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…

    It is that time of year when we give THANKS for all we have been blessed with, so..

    I am a Soldiers Angel and the United States Military is cause #1 for me. These men and women with courage and grace beyond the average person are heroes. They volunteer to stand ready to protect our way of life on a daily basis. We thank them when we see them and our hearts pound when we see them march in formation because we are | Read More »

    Americans Fighting for Liberty in a Place Not Named Iraq or Afghanistan

    From David Hardy: They’re on a night patrol, about 2 AM, 20 below zero. Coming toward them they can hear, and barely see, are a party of NK refugees, fleeing NK infantry, who are firing on them. Americans move up, and he sees a tiny 4 yr old girl coming toward him thru the gunfire. He grabs her, throws her to the ground, goes prone | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — Nov. 13, 2008 GOP to file suit to undo McCain rules McCain-Feingold limits hurt presidential efforts China stimulus hurts U.S. credit markets Surplus funds stay at home EXCLUSIVE: U.S. military worries about climate change EXCLUSIVE: Dead veteran’s kin demand trauma inquiry After death of son, dad takes cases to Capitol Hill Better-funded won more races Losers are the less well off Arab | Read More »

    The Great “Republican Moderate” Experiment Is Over

    Democrats, read it and rejoice. Americans, who love our Constitution and freedoms–disaster. George Bush was criticized for instituting a police state by wire tapping in foreign nations and for a prison in Cuba. Obama now proclaims that he will create a brown-shirt style police force right here on American soil–but no one cares. Shall we expect the Black Panthers to even change their uniforms? The | Read More »

    Why Did I Vote?

    I’m sitting here in Arizona waiting to sleep as I’ve done for the pat 27 years of my life. The “waiting to sleep” part, not always in Arizona. For my entire adult life I’ve spent it at the service of the republic we know as the United States of America in the form of a US Army Soldier. I’ve done that for eight years now | Read More »


    Is the voting process for our Military still full of flaws and glitches – do they still have to request an absentee ballot, which conveniently gets lost on its way back to the states. The statistics from the last Federal Election state that only about 30% of the absentee ballots get counted. These are the men and women who deserve to have their voice heard | Read More »

    Obama could not be a cop or soldier

    OBAMA A SERIOUSLY FLAWED CANDIDATE Qualified for what? Why hasn’t someone brought this up? Obama could not pass the background check to become a member of law enforcement at the local, state or federal level because of his self admitted use of cocaine as a young adult. Law enforcement agencies consider the use of hard drugs an automatic disqualifier because it not only shows a | Read More »

    Commander-In-Chief Obama Has No Confidence in Military

    “We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that’s just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.” Commander-In-Chief Barack Obama plans to be a destabilizing force in the American military. It is very easy to understand since the majority of military personnel will not | Read More »

    Obama shuns police. Won’t be seen with them

    I frequent a police blog at MPD Enforcer and found this: BE SURE AND READ TO THE END HERE. This may be partially a fake. I don’t now which part is real and which isn’t. To all, I have read all of the emails from Law Enforcement & Military personnel about Barack Hussain Obama’s rudeness and what seems to be disgust for basically anyone in | Read More »

    This is a damnable lie

    According to the Military Times, McCain, R-Ariz., handily defeated Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., 68 percent to 23 percent in a voluntary survey of 4,293 active-duty, National Guard and reserve subscribers and former subscribers to Army Times, Navy Times, Marine Corps Times and Air Force Times. The results of the Military Times 2008 Election Poll are not representative of the opinions of the military as a | Read More »

    Can we afford an upcoming Obama “$urrender doctrine/dividend?”

    October 2008, Joe Biden: “Mark my words. It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. The world is looking… Watch, we’re going to have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.” Suggested RNC reply Ad (YouTube) at end of this article. Frankly, depending on the crisis and where it occurs, | Read More »

    $15B Military Buildup on Guam

    In response to pressure from the Japanese to pull US troops out of Okinawa, the Department of Defense (DoD) has proposed to relocate 8000 US Marines and 9000 dependents from Okinawa to Guam. The minimum cost of the infrastructure to support this Guam Buildup is estimated to be between $10-15B, some $3B of which is expected to come from a loan from the Government of | Read More »