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Alexander Bonnyman; MOH recipient’s remains found

Alexander Bonnyman; MOH recipient’s remains found

| June 30, 2015 | 13 Comments

Mary sends us the news that the remains of Marine 1st Lieutenant Alexander Bonnyman, a Medal of Honor recipient have been found on the island of Tarawa where he was killed along with scores of his Marines, which made the task of locating his remains so difficult. His grandson, Clay Evans, led a team of […]

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Poll: Americans think that tougher laws won’t make us safer

Poll: Americans think that tougher laws won’t make us safer

| June 30, 2015 | 40 Comments

The Washington Times reports that a CNN poll taken this past weekend among 1,000 Americans, 61% don’t think that tougher gun laws will reduce violence; Six in 10 Americans say having stricter gun control laws would not reduce the amount of violence or the number of gun-related deaths in the country, a new CNN/ORC poll […]

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Pilot: F-35 can’t dogfight

Pilot: F-35 can’t dogfight

| June 30, 2015 | 34 Comments

Bobo sends us a link from War Is Boring which discusses a report allegedly written by one of the test pilots of the new F-35 jet which says that the Joint Strike Fighter can’t dog fight. In the test, the F-35 went up against the F-16, you know, one of the aircraft the F-35 is […]

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Maj. Mathew Golsteyn urged by panel to take honorable discharge

Maj. Mathew Golsteyn urged by panel to take honorable discharge

| June 30, 2015 | 51 Comments

The Associated Press reports that Major Mathew Golsteyn was told by a panel of senior officers after a six-day hearing at Fort Bragg, NC that he should accept their offer of a honorable discharge for “conduct unbecoming an officer”. Army Special Forces Command spokeswoman Maj. Allison Aguilar said Monday that if the decision is upheld […]

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Jason Scaletta Update

Jason Scaletta Update

| June 30, 2015 | 49 Comments

In case, you’re like me and you can’t get enough stories about our phonies and their legal joustings with the judiciary, it seems that Jason Scaletta, you know, the guy who fought most of the war against terror from a prison cell in Maryland, is facing some pretty harsh punishment for the time he was […]

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Tuesday morning feel good story

Tuesday morning feel good story

| June 30, 2015 | 10 Comments

In Louisville, Kentucky, where young Marcus Thornsbury tried to turn his life around with a delightful little home invasion. When he and little friend forced their way into a home, they made everyone lay on the floor and they pistol-whipped another youngster, who then tried to flee the scene. Mr. Thornsbury chased him down and […]

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Captain Wayne Johnston (retired) phony

Captain Wayne Johnston (retired) phony

| June 29, 2015 | 57 Comments

One of our friends north of the border send us a heads-up on this fellow, Wayne Johnston, who claims that he is the founder of Wounded Warriors Canada (their Facebook page). Editor note: According to a phone call I just got, Johnston hasn’t been affiliated with Wounded Warrior Canada for more than two years and […]

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Little Rock jihad victims to be awarded Purple Hearts

Little Rock jihad victims to be awarded Purple Hearts

| June 29, 2015 | 12 Comments

Six years after they were shot by jihadist Carlos Bledsoe, Army Privates William Andrew Long and Quiton Ezeagwula will be awarded Purple Heart medals on Wednesday, July 1st at 10AM in the Arkansas state capitol rotunda. Long was killed by the encounter when Bledsoe went out to kill soldiers and found the two who were […]

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