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DoD stingy with Medal of Honor?

DoD stingy with Medal of Honor?

| September 16, 2014 | 3 Comments

CNN‘s Jake Tapper asks why so few Medals of Honor have been awarded during the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars as compared to our much shorter involvement in previous wars. Leading the charge in Congress is Iraq veteran Duncan Hunter; That reasoning drew ire from veterans like Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-California. “These are men rushing the […]

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Monsters

Monsters

| September 16, 2014 | 5 Comments

I don’t follow sports. But I’d have to be Amish not to know Ray Rice pummeled his fiancé and dropped her unconscious body trying to drag her out of an elevator on camera or that Adrian Peterson has been accused of whipping his 4 year old with a switch till he drew blood on the […]

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Tuesdays with Claymore

Tuesdays with Claymore

| September 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Flippin’ a-hole. Suppose you’re an idiot who watches Ed Schultz…but I repeat myself. Weekend at Bernie’s It’s not what you want that’s the problem, it’s how you want it. Right to work states are what’s holding us all back…because unions. DUmbass calls DUmmies dumbasses for using dumbass words. Hey, wait. Arrested by love. Yes, because […]

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“I say shoot the idiots and call the coroner!”

“I say shoot the idiots and call the coroner!”

| September 16, 2014 | 8 Comments

Chief Tango sends us a link to the Clarion-Ledger in Mississippi which reports that Winston County Coroner Scott Gregory is tired of seeing innocents victimized by criminals in his county; Gregory gave his Facebook followers a warning shot with his [Facebook] post: “I’m about to make a few of you mad and probably think a […]

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Kurds beat back ISIS in Syria

Kurds beat back ISIS in Syria

| September 16, 2014 | 3 Comments

Peshmerga fighters in Syria have taken back several towns in the northeast of Syria, traditionally Kurdish villages, according to the Associated Press; The fighting in the mainly-Kurdish Hassakeh province came as diplomats at a Paris conference tried to agree on a global strategy to fight the extremist group, which has captured large tracts of territory […]

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Tuesday morning feel good story

Tuesday morning feel good story

| September 16, 2014 | 1 Comment

The first feel good story comes from Ohio; [Deputy Chief Paul] Humphries said the homeowner was sleeping in his bedroom when he heard someone enter the home. The homeowner pulled a gun and tried to fire it at an adult intruder as he entered the bedroom, but the magazine wasn’t in the gun, so it […]

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SGM Bennie Adkins’ Medal of Honor

SGM Bennie Adkins’ Medal of Honor

| September 15, 2014 | 22 Comments

Earlier today, the President draped the Medal of Honor around the neck of Sergeant Major Bennie Adkins 48 years after he earned the award. Specialist Don Sloat was also honored and his award was posthumously presented to his brother, Bill. 20-year-old Don Sloat used his body to shield three other soldiers from the blast, losing […]

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NATO Nations vow to join in fight against ISIS

NATO Nations vow to join in fight against ISIS

| September 15, 2014 | 13 Comments

From the Christian Science Monitor comes the news that 26 nations pledged to join the fight against ISIS during a summit in Paris, if that’s not ironic; “It shows a political will to tackle [the extremists] collectively,” says Yves Boyer, associate director of the French think tank Foundation for Strategic Research, which he says is […]

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