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Alaska Guardsman mauled by bear while on LandNav

Alaska Guardsman mauled by bear while on LandNav

| July 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Washington Times reports that an Alaska National Guardsman was mauled by a brown bear protecting her cubs while he was on a land navigation course on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson; The soldier was going through the woods when he encountered the bear and her cubs late Sunday morning. “He dropped to the ground, covered his […]

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Tuesday morning feel good story

Tuesday morning feel good story

| July 22, 2014 | 4 Comments

AW1, USN (Ret) sends us our first feel good story this morning, this time it’s from California and it’s a little bit different than our regular stories. In this one, a thief foils his own robbery; One man was wielding a rifle and the other toting a machete. As they attempted to rob the store, […]

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More “Good News” About IRS Computers

More “Good News” About IRS Computers

| July 21, 2014 | 17 Comments

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 f**king 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 […]

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Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts’ Medal of Honor

Staff Sergeant Ryan Pitts’ Medal of Honor

| July 21, 2014 | 17 Comments

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; […]

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Terrell Anquoe aka Paul Dean Fultz; phony Ranger

Terrell Anquoe aka Paul Dean Fultz; phony Ranger

| July 21, 2014 | 82 Comments

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 […]

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

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

| July 21, 2014 | 49 Comments

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 , […]

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Malice, Incompetence, or Malcompetence?

Malice, Incompetence, or Malcompetence?

| July 21, 2014 | 13 Comments

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 […]

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The cost of Leadership

The cost of Leadership

| July 21, 2014 | 28 Comments

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 […]

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