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More “Good News” About IRS Computers

Now it looks like even more have crashed – and more email may be “lost”.  Including, of course, email from a few more key players in the IRS scandal. This is getting fking disgusting.  I’m too p!ssed to write an article, so you’ll have to go and read this one from the Daily Caller. “Most […]

New Discrimination Policy at VMI

This came in through the transom like a bayoneted can of shaving cream at midnight, from an anonymous source… http://www.vmi.edu/Content.aspx?id=10737429937 Please look, review and comment.

Gun-Day Monday: Slow-Fire and Dust Covers

We were chatting amicably amongst ourselves, as we are wont to do, and DaveO asked this Just a thought: how has warfare changed with the capability to spray a lot of lead downrange, and would returning to bolt or lever action heavier caliber rifles/carbines improve our combat capability? I’d say he’s on to something. Show More Summary

Rainy Day People

--Not your typical day at the beach, soldiers playing volleyball at Camp Long Thanh Rainy day people always seem to know when it's time to call Rainy day people don't talk, they just listen till they've heard it all --Rainy Day People, Gordon Lightfoot Stand aside, everyone. Show More Summary

Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts’ Medal of Honor

At about 3:10 today, the President will award Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts the Medal of Honor. TSO and ParachuteCutie will be representing TAH in the audience. I met Ryan at Kyle White’s Medal of Honor ceremony and he’s a very humble and unassuming fellow. You’d never know that he did this on July 13th, 2008; […]

Was the Missile Launched Against Flight MH17 Stolen or Given?

The missile that took down flight MH17 may have been stolen by pro-Russian insurgents at the end of last month, since they proclaimed to have taken control of BUK systems as then relayed by state-owned Russian media. An unnamed American intelligence officer told the Washington Post that Russia had also moved similar missile systems into […]

Terrell Anquoe aka Paul Dean Fultz; phony Ranger

Someone sent us their work on Paul Dean Fultz who goes by the name Terrell Anquoe. Not to state the obvious, but he’s a Native-American dancer. You can read here at MyHometownNews about his dancing and how he’s a retired Ranger. Here’s a close up of the medals he wears on his costume; Silver Star, […]

About that “Influx of Children” on the Border. . . .

Last Friday, the Federal government released some data regarding the recent upturn in illegal immigration. Were I a cynic, I might say that the timing was chosen to obscure the story – since the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was the big item that day. And it was released on a Friday afternoon, […]

Malice, Incompetence, or Malcompetence?

Every time American Thinker posts am article condemning the incompetence of the Obama administration (as one of mine did recently), the comments sections are rife with contempt for the authors for ascribing to incompetence what to those readers is a truly Machiavellian, leftist scheme to undermine the greatness of America. And every time some reader […]

The cost of Leadership

From my seat here atop a West Virginia mountain, totally immersed in the electronics available in every home across the country, I see dark days ahead. This, despite the statement from the Secretary of State yesterday who told us that the world is more peaceful now than it was five years ago. The Russians menace […]

Journey through Hallowed Ground Partnership to plant 620,000 trees

The Army Times reports that the organization Journey through Hallowed Ground Partnership will be planting 620,000 trees between Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and Charlotte Virginia to commemorate the lives lost during the Civil War, 150 years ago. The project will showcase four types of trees, all in the red family, the color symbolizing courage and bravery: red […]

Delaware Veterans turn their backs on Obama

So this happened; We feel he’s turned his back on us veterans, so we’re going to turn our backs on him as he drives by on his motorcade to show our appreciation that he does not care about us veterans,” Nicholson told BuzzPo.com. Obama was in Delaware to discuss a recently damaged bridge, a topic […]

Obama Team warned about VA wait times 5 years ago

The Washington Times reports that they got their hands on a Freedom Of Information Act report that the Obama transition team received when they took the reins of government five years ago which warned that the Department of Veterans’ Affairs had trouble with wait times for patients. That the data which was being used to […]

NETANYAHU VOWS TO EXPAND GAZA OPERATION

By ARYEH SAVIR Tazpit News Agency JERUSALEM – Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu held a security meeting with Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon, IDF Chief-of-Staff Lt.Gen. Benny Gantz and GOC Southern Command Maj.-Gen. Sammy Turgeman this afternoon at an IDF base in the south and, afterwards, updated the situation on the ground in Gaza, saying now […]

War is terrible – but it's simple, exciting and popular, so it will never go away

War is over. No one wants to fight any more. We've lost our taste for armed conflict – or at least, we're not prepared to foot the bill for it. That's the fear articulated today in The Times by General Sir Nick Carter and General Sir Peter Wall, the incoming and outgoing heads of the [...]

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