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Citizens Committee on Benghazi: US switched sides in war on terror

Citizens Committee on Benghazi: US switched sides in war on terror

| April 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

The UK’s Daily Mail reports that the Citizens Committee on Benghazi, a self-appointed committee, released their report on the September 11th, 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi. They claim that the attack sprang from the Obama Administration allowing a half-billion-dollar shipment of weapons to al-Qaeda from the United Arab Emirate; ‘The United States […]

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1SG Jared D. Dowland; saving the world one person at a time

1SG Jared D. Dowland; saving the world one person at a time

| April 23, 2014 | 4 Comments

Chief Tango sends us a link to Stars & Stripes about First Sergeant Jared D. Dowland who took his family to a Belgian park for Easter when he was called to duty; A young child, dripping wet, was surrounded by a crowd of people near the water’s edge as someone pressed on the boy’s stomach. […]

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Christine Tomkins Mullen; phony deck ape

Christine Tomkins Mullen; phony deck ape

| April 23, 2014 | 21 Comments

Scottie sends us another phony, Christine Tomkins Mullen, who claims that she was an Airedale (worked on a carrier deck in the Navy) and as a result, has PTS from finding a fellow’s foot in a boot who lost it to a broken arrest cable. According to her, it seems like a common everyday occurrence […]

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Samarra Saunders; phony WM/clerk

Samarra Saunders; phony WM/clerk

| April 23, 2014 | 23 Comments

Ok. We can check off another box – this Samarra Saunders chick pretended to be an admin clerk in the Marines, according to Scotty. She caused a lot of drama in some of the Marine forums defending herself, but real woman Marines could detect a phony. Oh, yeah, apparently, like all admin clerks, she claimed […]

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Happy Birthday, Wrigley Field

Happy Birthday, Wrigley Field

| April 23, 2014 | 5 Comments

One hundred years ago today, the first ever baseball game was played at what later became Wrigley Field.   At the time, it was called Weeghman Park  – so named after Charles Weeghman, the owner of the Chicago “Federals” professional baseball team of the short-lived Federal League.  (The name “Federals” is somewhat of a misnomer.  Though […]

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Wednesday morning feel good story

Wednesday morning feel good story

| April 23, 2014 | 7 Comments

Chief Tango sends us our feel good story this morning, this time it’s from Michigan where four youngsters were shopping for free jewelry; “We told them, ‘We have guns. We will shoot you. Leave, leave. We will shoot you. Leave.’ And they did not leave,” David Medawar told 24 Hour News 8. [...] David Medawar […]

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Pretend lawyers

Pretend lawyers

| April 22, 2014 | 113 Comments

If I was pretending to be a lawyer, I’d probably end up in jail, but not so in this case, I suppose. A letter from the Oregon Bar Association to Daniel A. Bernath; Times are tough out there. Especially if you’re a moron. See, stolen valor is always an indicator of other crimes. Lying liars […]

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Washington Post; Obama dithers on Ukraine

Washington Post; Obama dithers on Ukraine

| April 22, 2014 | 30 Comments

The Washington Post‘s editorial board took hard right turn this morning when they decided to criticize the Obama Administration for dithering when it comes to the “red line” that John Kerry drew for the Russians last week; Thursday, Secretary of State John F. Kerry was very explicit about U.S. expectations. “We fully expect the Russians?.?.?. […]

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