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Second American killed in Syria

Fox News reports that a second American was killed in the same fighting as Douglas McAuthur McCain. The second fellow’s name was Abdirahmaan Muhumed and he came from the same neighborhood as McCain in Minneapolis. A profile of Muhumed by Minnesota Public Radio this past June described him as a 29-year-old Somali-American who had been […]

Waiting for November?

Being an Army Drill Sergeant back in the 80’s forever ruined my pattern of sleep. It was not unusual that I was wide awake when the coal train rolled through at 3 AM (0300 for you old Soldiers). Hearing the train’s whistle was sort of calming although not a whistle at all but, a rather […]

German intelligence; Islamic State’s attraction

Reuters reports that Hans-Georg Maassen, the head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency BfVn says that the Islamic State/ISIS/ISIL’s unbridled brutality is what attracts young jihadists to the organization; “The Islamic State is, so to speak, the ‘in’ thing – much more attractive than the Nusra Front, the al Qaeda spin-off in Syria,” the BfV chief […]

Public opinion as policy

The Washington Post publishes a piece in it’s pages today about our really cool president who doesn’t let world events bother him entitled “Obama sets his own pace in a world whirling with crises“. They fawn over the fellow in the White House who makes decisions based on polling results after weeks, if not months, […]

Vincent Nicholas Demarco; phony US Marshall

Joseph sends us a link to the Kingman Daily Miner about Vincent Nicholas Demarco who mounted his motorcycle and used his innate phony US Marshall detective skills to track down the women he thought stole his dog. When they attempted to flee the scene, he did what every US Marshall would do in a stolen […]

Jonathan Michael Cook; puts the special in Special Forces

One of our readers keeps bumping into Jonathan Michael Cook in West Virginia and he gets these stories about the Special Forces/Ranger and how he’s training for a secret mission here in West Virginia. You can tell he’s legit because of the professionally done tattoos that he sports – the old triple canopy with the […]

Scott Spychala; transservice phony

I’m sure you all remember the picture above of “Amy J” J. Kleyla, well, folks have been asking about the two others in that picture and one of our Google-foo masters came up with the Air Force guy’s name; Scott Spychala. he claims that he is in the Ohio National Guard, so with no […]

Sunday morning feel good story

This morning’s feel good story comes from Texas; “I was sleeping in, trying to get my rest,” Wood told reporters after the incident. “I heard the door bell ring. I’m like, who is this? I hear a strong knock. I’m like, something going on. I get up, I hear stuff at the door, I’m like, […]

Idiots Walking

21 hours agoIndustries / Military : OPFOR

As I watched various college football games last night it dawned on me that those sitting in the stands were unaware that the world they know is slowly disintegrating. When the history of 2014 is written a hundred years hence (provided...Show More Summary

PLAN ASW Modernization

The Chinese navy has done a lot of modernization in the past 20 years, but some areas have been lagging behind others. Even while China was still buying large ticket items from Russia, there was a lot of talks on China's growing submarine force and anti-ship missiles. Show More Summary

UN peacekeepers clash with Syrian rebels on Golan

According to the Associated Press, UN Peacekeepers of the Filipino persuasion were forced out of their encampments by al Qaeda-linked Syrian rebels this morning. This following the capture on Wednesday of 44 Fijan variety peacekeepers. The Nusra Front also surrounded the nearby Rwihana and Breiqa encampments, where other U.N. peacekeepers were holed up. The gunbattle […]

Weekend open thread

MCPO requested an open thread with this picture which us “dog robbers” stole from some phony lawyer on the West Coast. While we’re talking about dog robbers, we’ve been getting almost daily visits from someone known for being a bit of a nutjob; I guess that’s the price of our rent for living in his […]

Laying a Brave Officer to Rest

I’ve written multiple articles here at American Thinker questioning the militarization of our local police forces that have mostly met with agreement from those commenting. Something’s not quite right with the way America’s police departments are interacting with the folks in the communities they police. I say mostly with agreement because those opinions have generated […]

Joseph R. “Joe” Weeks, Sr.; phony PJ

Scotty sends us his work on Joseph Weeks, Sr. who apparently keeps trying to edit the Wikipedia entry for United States Air Force Pararescue to give himself some cred. He wants to be known for earning a Silver Star in Nicaragua when Anastacio Somoza was deposed in 1979. Apparently, he’s only pissing off the PJ […]

Saturday morning feel good story

Yet another feel good story from Chief Tango, this time it’s from New Mexico; A deputy had just stopped a driver nearby when he heard the shots around 6 p.m. He rushed to the Dairy Queen at 427 Isleta SW, south of Bridge Boulevard, and found a man outside the restaurant with gunshot wounds, according […]

Terror alerts

According to the Washington Times, Judicial Watch has uncovered a government bulletin warning about an attempted incursion by jihadists on our southern border; “High-level federal law enforcement, intelligence and other sources haveShow More Summary

John Walker Dies in Prison

The     traitorous bastard     convicted Soviet spy named John Walker has died.  Though scheduled for release next year after serving 30 years of a life sentence, he did not live long enough to see another day as a free man. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Walker’s treachery – and the results of same […]

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