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Frank Visconi is back on the phony pony

Charles sends us the above photo which he claims was taken September 15th at a “Welcome home, veterans” event in Clarksburg, Tennessee. Frank Visconi showed up with the Marine Corps League color guard wearing his unearned Staff Sergeant rank, Bronze Star Medal, a Purple Heart and Combat Action Ribbon. We first wrote about Frank in […]

Robber sues Good Samaritan for subduing him

NavyEODguy sends us a link to the story of Pamela Chimienti, the mother of Ryan Flores who tried to stick up a Starbucks in Fresno, California with a knife. His plan was disrupted by Cregg Jerri, 58, who disarmed Flores and stabbed him 17 times with Flores’ own knife. Now, Chimienti is attempting to sue […]

Michele Bocci sentenced

We’ve been following the story about this guy, Michele Bocci, since the beginning of the year when KGWbegan writing about him when he began pretending to be a US Marine in order to rip off folks in Oregon. He was arrested in July and sentenced yesterday, according to KGW; In addition to his six month […]

Wednesday morning feel good stories

From Marysville, Washington; Joe Hemrich says he was awake just before midnight Monday when he heard a noise outside. Not knowing what it was, he went to investigate and found a man in his driveway under his carport. Several shelves and drawers he kept in the area appeared to be ransacked, and the man who […]

Is Google attempting to cover up an inconvenient hurricane truth?

Since nobody else seems to want to stick their neck out, this old fool might as well do it and point out the obvious: those who have shouldered the heavy lifting in the disaster and rescue work in South Texas and South Florida during our hurricane events have been – with plenty of exceptions, of […]

CTF-70 Commander fired

Commander Task Force-70 reports that Rear Admiral Charles Williams has been fired from his assignment as commander of the Carrier Task Force along with Captain Jeffrey Bennett, commander of the Destroyer Squadron – 15 (DESRON-15) because Vice Admiral Phil Sawyer, commander of U.S. Seventh Fleet says that he’s lost confidence in their ability to commander. […]

President Trump wants a military parade

Chief Tango sends us a link to the Washington Post which reports that the president’s visit to France’s Bastille Day parade which showcased France’s military might has influenced Trump to inquire to his military chiefs to organize a military-style parade on Pennsylvania Avenue. On Monday, seated next to Macron, he boasted about the levels of […]

Manning not a traitor

The fellow who was named Bradley Manning when he was sentenced to 35 years in prison for trading away our government’s documents while he was entrusted with keeping secrets claims that he is not an “American traitor” according to Stars & Stripes; Manning made the remarks at a conference in Nantucket that was one of […]

Rocket Man

Photo: USS Abraham Lincoln/USNAV Well, well, well. I knew that fat little toad was pushy and somewhat clever, and I also knew that his rapidly-promoted Kim Jong Sik was the genius behind improving the rocket science program. But the more recent news was that ND:tBF was using mostly solid fuel engines because they are easier […]

Tuesdays with Claymore

POW McCain – Not a hero Ramblin’ man 7th inning stretch The good news is that Europe is only a Delta flight away Liz, Bernie and Kirsten …since his name isn’t Clinton Butthurt Journalism Dindu Nuffins Dis Sanders You will be made to care Tap dancing “You can keep your doctor” Let. It. Go. Party […]

Gerald Fairman; phony SEAL

Once again, our partners at Military Phonies send thier work on a phony SEAL, this Gerald Fairman fellow. He’s also the Post Commander of American Legion Post 183 in Fern Park, Florida. You can see from his ribbon rack that he not only claims that he’s a SEAL, but also that he was wounded in […]

Tuesday morning feel good stories

From Backus, Minnesota; The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a suspect who was shot at after breaking into a home in rural Backus, Minn., Sunday night. According to a news release, deputies received a report of the intruder at about 11:18 p.m. Sunday. The suspect had entered the home, about 60 miles south […]

Happy Birthday, Dr. Johnson

While we are contemplating the possibility of mass destruction by the pompous pompadour-coiffed popinjay in North Korea, we might take a few minutes to remind ourselves that every day is someone’s birthday. Today just happens to be Dr. Samuel Johnson’s 308th birthday.  And who is he, pray tell?  Why, I do thank you kindly for […]

Bragg soldiers charged with murder

Fox News reports that two Fort Bragg soldiers and another person were arrested for the murder of 18-year-old Dareon Tyrese Cook and 32-year-old Jonathan David Goodman in an attempt to rob them in the parking lot of a Fayetteville restaurant last week; Fayetteville Police Department announced Saturday the arrests of 20-year-old Ferris Brown, 19-year-old Javier […]

Happy 70th, Air Force

According to Wiki, the US Air Force was born from the US Army Air Corps on September 18, 1947. The other day, the President visited Andrews Air Force Base to celebrate the anniversary; President Trump expressed his pride in the men and women of the United States Air Force. “Our air superiority is unquestionable not […]

Anthony Joseph Cicola; phony SEAL

Our partners at Military Phonies send us their work on this fellow Anthony Joseph Cicola (Tony) who claims that he was a Navy SEAL; But, no, the Navy doesn’t remember him like that – he was an engineman on the USS Jason (ARF-8) from 1976 – 1980. No SEAL Training;

Debunking Yet Another False Claim

Something happened recently that bothered me.  And since it may have happened to other TAH readers, I decided to write this article detailing the facts – just in case someone else might need them. The other day, I was conversing with a friend who’s more liberal politically than I am.  They informed me I shouldn’t […]

Monday morning feel good stories

From Chesterfield, Virginia; Chesterfield police are investigating after a suspect is accidentally shot during a home break-in Saturday morning. Around 8:45 a.m., police were investigating a home break-in at a home in the 6500 block of Creekrun Drive when they received a call for a shooting in 4500 block of Watchrun Drive. When officers arrived […]

McCain sponsors bill to block transgender ban

John McCain, the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman, joined co-sponsors Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.), Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) in support of a bill that would prevent President Trump from banning transgender people from serving in the military, according to the Washington Post; Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), a military hawk and one of […]

Donald Gray; phony POW, sniper

AverageNCO found an article about the amazing Donald Gray who went to the mobile Vietnam Memorial when it came to Cave City, Kentucky. Gray told his story to the journalist from the Glasgow Daily Times; Gray was a sniper in Vietnam and said it is past time to pay tribute to those who made the […]

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