In April, the U.S. Army plans to unveil a new camouflage strategy that could result in soldiers wearing Marine Corps desert and woodland patterns into combat.
Times-Herald: Because of ongoing difficulties getting enough ammunition for their.40-caliber service weapons, the Senoia Police Department will be trading them in for new 9mm pistols. The Senoia City Council approved the trade-in and purchase of the new Glocks at Monday’s city council meeting. “Over the past year we have had serious … difficulties finding […]
The Washington Free Beacon: Jonathan Turley, Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University, testified that the expansion of executive power is happening so fast that America is at a “constitutional tipping point.” “My view [is] that the president, has in fact, exceeded his authority in a way that is creating a destabilizing […]
They grow to four and a half feet long. Tampa Bay: Tampa bay, Florida– Large, invasive lizards are taking over parts of Hillsborough County. They are called Tegus and they are from South America but have made southwest Florida their new home … Offner has spent the last three years catching tegus. “They produce rapidly, […]
I recorded a podcast at Ace Of Spades HQ last night about the Defense Budget and some of the issues splitting the GOP.WARNING: This is a good dose of politics here. Please don't listen if that bothers you. Don't even click the link.It's about thirty minutes long. Bryan McGrath
The final, climactic step in the declassification of government records is not the formal removal of classification markings or even the transfer of the declassified documents to public archives. The culmination of the declassification...Show More Summary
Commandant Gen. James Amos reconsiders and will allow rolled sleeves in warm weather months after vociferous complaints from Marines.
Photo by: Jacquelyn Martin As Bryan also discussed tonight, John McCain and Bob Work had a nice little exchange today in the Senate during today's nomination hearing. There are several things going on here, but like Bryan I don't see...Show More Summary
You can’t make this stuff up. He was a Doraville police officer, until a tip led to an investigation and ultimately his dismissal. “One of our officers was trying to sell an automatic weapon,” says Doraville Police Officer Gene Callaway. Callaway tells WSB Officer Woodrow Mann had been with the department since 2008. His attempted […]
Today's confirmation hearing for Bob Work (and others) got a little fiery, and now Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has decided to place a "hold" on Work's nomination. This is a Senatorial privilege which, if it were to disappear, would not bother me. Show More Summary