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Dan Page; phony SF sergeant major

Dan Page; phony SF sergeant major

| July 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Several months ago, back during the Ferguson thing, this guy popped up on CNN and several other venues, mostly because he was a cop in Missouri and this talk he gave to Oathkeepers in Saint Louis in 2012. Yeah, that video is more than an hour long, so you probably won’t watch it. Just take […]

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Gun-grabber Yee pleads guilty to arms smuggling

Gun-grabber Yee pleads guilty to arms smuggling

| July 2, 2015 | 4 Comments

Former California State Senator Leland Yee took time out of his busy life to plead guilty to charges of racketeering and public corruption, according to Fox News. Yee was named to the Gun Violence Prevention Honor Roll by the Brady Campaign in 2006 because he was such a friend to liberal gun-grabbers. He was once […]

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Thursday morning feel good stories

Thursday morning feel good stories

| July 2, 2015 | 6 Comments

It was a busy night for the forces of good battling evil across the country; AW1Ed and Jon the Mechanic send us a link to the events in Charlotte, North Carolina, former prosecutor Steve Sellers heard a ruckus outside his house and went to investigate. He found 31-year-old Degarrian Santonia Coleman blasting away at his […]

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Meet Viole(n)t Grace TSO

Meet Viole(n)t Grace TSO

| July 1, 2015 | 58 Comments

Going to take a point of person privilege here and introduce you to Violet Grace Seavey.  I met my wife blogging here and at The Sniper, and I even proposed to my wife on this blog.  (You can read it here if you never saw it.)  It took us 58 months to have our daughter, […]

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Lieutenant General Robert B. Neller nominated for Commandant of Marine Corps

Lieutenant General Robert B. Neller nominated for Commandant of Marine Corps

| July 1, 2015 | 11 Comments

According to the Washington Post, Lieutenant General Robert B. Neller has been nominated by the Secretary of Defense to be the Commandant of the Marine Corps today; Neller is known as a no-nonsense leader and a student of military history. He served for the past year as the commander of Marine Corps Forces Command in […]

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Curtis Jackson saving the world

Curtis Jackson saving the world

| July 1, 2015 | 16 Comments

Chief Tango sends us a link to the story of Curtis Jackson, a sanitation worker and former Marine who thwarted a convenience store robbery; “I noticed a gentleman with his hand, at first; I didn’t know what it was. I saw him just like this pointing what appeared to be a weapon at the cashier. […]

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VA to vet: We’re not taking new patients

VA to vet: We’re not taking new patients

| July 1, 2015 | 24 Comments

The Military Times tells the story of Iraq war veteran Chris Dorsey who sought to find treatment for his PTS symptoms and went from one unresponsive clinic to another in Oakwood, Georgia. He was told by the receptionist that “We’re not accepting any new patients — not this clinic.” You know, that’s a perfectly good […]

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Richard Griffin, VA OIG steps down

Richard Griffin, VA OIG steps down

| July 1, 2015 | 17 Comments

Bobo sends us a link to the Military Times which reports that Richard Griffin, the Inspector General of the Veterans’ Affairs Department has announced that he he is resigning. I wonder who will notice that he’s gone. Griffin’s job was to uncover fraud waste and abuse in the department, but the media and whistleblowers have […]

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