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Report: Ex-Pentagon Wounded Warrior Boss Bullied Staff, Broke Laws

The former head of the Pentagon's Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy Office misused government resources, tried to influence a defense contract, bullied subordinates and even detailed a contractor to work as a caddy for a charity golf game.

Ventura County Sheriff: Coward

Via Uncle, this from Wes Siler.  I’ll leave the background and setup to Wes but copy in the money quotes to this post. In all of our visits, we’ve never seen any cops. It’s just a small little bar and a campground way out in the middle of nowhere. I’d hazard a guess that they […]

Australian Gun Controllers: Cowards

News From Australia: Tougher legal measures against people who supply illegal firearms have been announced by the SA Government. Attorney-General John Rau plans to extend measures he announced back in July, to include people complicit in firearms crime. Under previous plans, serious firearms offenders would face mandatory jail terms and there would be few circumstances […]

As Marines Depart Afghanistan, Legacy Lingers

The Marines' handover of Camp Leatherneck to the Afghans is more than a signal that America's longest war is ending. It is a reminder that the Marines' battlefield gains were tempered by losses.

Let Him Who Has No Metaphor Sell His Robe And Buy One

Midland Daily News: Since this verse comes up frequently in discussions of gun control, let’s destroy this argument once and for all. First, let us examine the full context of the verse by including the following two verses. “He said to them, ‘But now, let him who has a purse take it, and likewise a […]

The Hickenlooper Blues

David Codrea: A blues music video lampooning Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper made its debut Sunday evening on Salem Radio Network’s nationally syndicated “Armed American Radio” program with host Mark Walters. “Hickenlooper Blues,”...Show More Summary

Navy Falls Behind on Maintenance, Deployments

The Navy's recent decision to swap two scheduled aircraft carrier deployments revealed a problem: Its aging fleet of warships has been overtasked and under-cared for, leading to a growing maintenance backlog that threatens its ability to respond to future threats.

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