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Venita Godfrey-Scott; renovations at VA’s expense

Venita Godfrey-Scott; renovations at VA’s expense

| September 17, 2014 | 2 Comments

AW1 Tim sends us a link to the Department of Justice press release about Venita Godfrey-Scott of New Haven, Connecticut who was a supervisor in the Facilities Management Service of the VA hospital in New Haven. Here, let them tell you the story; From approximately 2010 until 2013, GODFREY-SCOTT directed VA employees that she supervised […]

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Wednesday morning feel good story

Wednesday morning feel good story

| September 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

Chief Tango sends us our feel good stories again this morning, the first is from Ohio where four teens invaded a home and now one is dead and three are facing murder charges; Franklin County detectives say Pickens, and two 17-year-olds helped [Reb] Barbee break into a home on Hubbard Drive. A woman asleep upstairs […]

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2 + 2 =

2 + 2 =

| September 16, 2014 | 33 Comments

I reckon I never quite figured the whole PC thing would get this far: As reported earlier this week, Teach for America groups across the country are committing themselves to “culturally responsive teaching,” a radical pedagogy used by communist Bill Ayers and other blatant anti-American indoctrinators. “The site, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Teach for America, says that […]

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Guardian’s new military ANALyst

Guardian’s new military ANALyst

| September 16, 2014 | 89 Comments

Nicki is just trying to piss me off today by sending us this link to the Guardian; How desperate does the Guardian have to be to have an ANALyst on their staff who is currently serving in Leavenworth for crimes against his country? And, oh, by the way, he was a fricken private when he […]

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Some Thoughts Regarding MoH Awards

Some Thoughts Regarding MoH Awards

| September 16, 2014 | 71 Comments

Jonn’s earlier article concerning the scarcity of Medal of Honor (MoH) recipients during the GWOT piqued my curiosity. So I decided to do a little digging  and number crunching – and see just where the numbers led. Here’s the data I was able to find quickly, from various internet sources, for 5 major US conflicts […]

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John Collier; the phony stories just won’t quit

John Collier; the phony stories just won’t quit

| September 16, 2014 | 14 Comments

I get emails from various phonies who we’ve busted telling me that they learned their lesson, they promise they’ll never be phony again, would I please take down their blog post. Of course, I always refuse and guys like John Collier are why. Our friends at Guardian of Valor sent us the above picture. He […]

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David DeMulle; yet another Vietnam Vet phony

David DeMulle; yet another Vietnam Vet phony

| September 16, 2014 | 33 Comments

Scotty sends us his work on David DeMulle who regales his readers with stories of his experiences as a combat photographer (yes, another one) with duty in the Military Assistance Command’s Studies and Operations Group – a special operations unit (of course); Yeah, in that picture he looks more like one of Che Guevara’s buddies […]

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Alito; Congress should protect valor

Alito; Congress should protect valor

| September 16, 2014 | 10 Comments

The Wall Street Journal reports that Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito spoke to the 2014 Congressional Medal of Honor Society Awards gala in Knoxville, TN the other day. As one of the minority of the USSC who voted in favor of the Stolen Valor Act of 2004, Alito urged Congress to strengthen Stolen Valor Laws; […]

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