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Ronny Jackson withdraws name from VA director nomination

Ronny Jackson withdraws name from VA director nomination

| April 26, 2018 | 21 Comments

Admiral Doctor Ronny Jackson withdrew his name from nomination for the Director of the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, according to Fox News; The announcement comes after more allegations surfaced overnight, including that he crashed a government car while drunk. Trump still defended Jackson Thursday morning and described the allegations as false. “He would have done […]

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More on Assemblyman Randy Voepel, the upside down COMBAT ACTION RIBBON-wearing Clown from California

More on Assemblyman Randy Voepel, the upside down COMBAT ACTION RIBBON-wearing Clown from California

| April 26, 2018 | 31 Comments

The Times of San Diego publishes a video in which Randy Voepel claims to have served in Vietnam combat with Korean Tiger Battalions. From East County Magazine; In the latest round of claims that Assemblyman Randy Voepel has inflated his military record, audiotapes and transcripts from two California legislative hearings last year reveal Voepel speaking […]

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LT Philip H. Sauer; posthumous Silver Star

LT Philip H. Sauer; posthumous Silver Star

| April 26, 2018 | 8 Comments

KUSI tells the story of Marine LT Philip H. Sauer who was killed in Vietnam 51 years ago. In 1967, then 25-year-old First Lieutenant Sauer was leading a group of four other marines up a hill to get a better vantage point when he was ambushed by a larger North Vietnamese army unit. He told […]

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Thursday morning feel good stories

Thursday morning feel good stories

| April 26, 2018 | 4 Comments

From Perry County, Tennessee; A good Samaritan with a gun is credited with helping to capture two fugitives at the center of a massive manhunt. According to the Perry County Sheriff’s Office, the two men were involved in a car chase that started Monday evening in Decatur County, then went into Wayne County. When the […]

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Kyle Kashuv questioned by BCSO

Kyle Kashuv questioned by BCSO

| April 25, 2018 | 44 Comments

Apparently, the Broward County Sheriff’s office has found someone they don’t mind talking to down there. Kyle Kashuv was one of the students at Parkland on Valetine’s Day, but he came away from the experience as a supporter of the Second Amendment, unlike those we see most ofter on the media. He went to the […]

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Julio Pino; Kent State professor arrested for lying to Feds

Julio Pino; Kent State professor arrested for lying to Feds

| April 25, 2018 | 32 Comments

The “O” face above belongs to Kent State professor Julio Pino who was arrested this week for lying to federal investigators while they were investigating his ties to ISIS, According to Cleveland’s Fox8; Julio Pino, 58, an Associated Professor of History at Kent State University, became the focus of an FBI investigation in January 2016. […]

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Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Aaron A. Booker charged with grenade theft

Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Aaron A. Booker charged with grenade theft

| April 25, 2018 | 33 Comments

According to Stars & Stripes, Gunner’s Mate 2nd Class Aaron A. Booker stole 20 MK3A2 concussion hand grenades from a locker aboard USS Pinckney, a San Diego-based Navy destroyer. Only 15 sailors had access to the locker containing 60 grenades. An inventory early last year revealed the loss of 20 grenades at about the same […]

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Attacking liberal bias as assault on free press?

Attacking liberal bias as assault on free press?

| April 25, 2018 | 67 Comments

Hillary Clinton thinks so. Apparently, what’s obvious to us regarding the truth, fact, reason, logic, etc., is something else to Hillary Clinton. She’s seeing this from a liberal perspective; liberal lies, snowflake emotion, irrational thought, etc., are, “fact, reason, and logic.” Hillary Clinton insinuates that President Trump, and conservatives, are waging war against the truth, […]

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