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Australians crack down on jihadists

Australians crack down on jihadists

| September 19, 2014 | 2 Comments

Our buddy, Aunty Brat, sends us a link to the news that the Australian authorities got wind of a plot to randomly snatch citizens off the street and publicly behead them, for whatever reason. According to Homeland Security Newswire, it didn’t work so well for our goat-loving friends. The planned public attack would have been […]

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Friday morning feel good story

Friday morning feel good story

| September 19, 2014 | 1 Comment

The first story this morning comes from MrBill who sends this nugget from San Antonio; The shooter was sitting in a truck when the man who was killed, who has not been identified, approached him, police said. The man, who was in his 20s, ordered the shooter to get out of the vehicle, claiming to […]

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Huh? Oh Well…

Huh? Oh Well…

| September 18, 2014 | 14 Comments

There are polls, and then there are polls.  Rasmussen has a nominally fine reputation, but, “While Great Britain is holding its breath today to see if the Scots vote for independence, most Americans (51%) have no opinion about the referendum and only 33% think most of their fellow countrymen can even locate Scotland on a map.” […]

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Shaun Cooper saving the world

Shaun Cooper saving the world

| September 18, 2014 | 1 Comment

Chief Tango sends us this story of an Army Afghanistan veteran, Shaun Cooper who says that he never fired a shot in Afghanistan, but when the chips were down, he proved that he could in his home; “They saw someone walking down the road,” Cooper said in an exclusive interview with News 3. “He was […]

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Mattis: You just don’t take anything off the table up front

Mattis: You just don’t take anything off the table up front

| September 18, 2014 | 25 Comments

The Washington Post quotes iconic Marine General James Mattis at the House Intelligence Committee earlier today; Mattis, who served 41 years in the Marine Corps, said the United States does not necessarily need to send ground troops into Iraq or Syria to engage in direct combat with the Islamic State. For all their brutality, “you […]

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Looks Like I Called It

Looks Like I Called It

| September 18, 2014 | 71 Comments

This is depressing.  But it’s worth reading nonetheless. Apparently the proposed US military deployment to West Africa to assist with the current Ebola outbreak is not exactly very well thought-out.  It’s apparently gotten about the same amount of thought and planning to date as you’d devote to planing taking a shower. Operation Massive Cluster, indeed.  […]

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The anti-war whispers

The anti-war whispers

| September 18, 2014 | 15 Comments

I know something about the anti-war protests of the last Iraq War, often times finding myself in the center armed with nothing but my camera. And, yeah, now that Obama has begun it’s second term safely, some of the anti-war creatures from the last decade’s protests are raising their slimy heads, a little. John Kerry […]

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Fellow who ambushed troopers was reenactor

Fellow who ambushed troopers was reenactor

| September 18, 2014 | 46 Comments

Last weekend, we reported a bit about the Pennsylvania State Troopers who were ambushed at their barracks in Blooming Grove. Today at Fox News we read that the fellow they’re looking for in regards to the attack, Eric Matthew Frein, is an East European soldier reenactor; Frein has also changed his hairstyle. He shaved his […]

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