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Saturday Feel Good Stories

| February 16, 2019 | 2 Comments

Fringe YouTuber Zhoie Perez Shot While Filming Guard Outside LA Synagogue By: Julia Arciga A YouTube personality who appears to be involved in a fringe movement that films law enforcement personnel was shot Thursday outside of a Los Angeles synagogue during a confrontation with a security guard. “He said he was gonna shoot me dead […]

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B-17s

B-17s

| February 15, 2019 | 24 Comments

From The Other Whitey comes this collection of photos of B-17s, some of which have been damaged so badly per these photographs that they could not possibly continue to function. Here’s the information he supplied as their histories: The photo titled “B-17 loss 3” is, according to my research, 42-31333 Wee Willie of the 91st Bombardment Group […]

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Mike Pence pays tribute to Holocaust victims in visit to Auschwitz camp in Poland

Mike Pence pays tribute to Holocaust victims in visit to Auschwitz camp in Poland

| February 15, 2019 | 20 Comments

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence joined Polish President Andrzej Duda Friday in a visit to the infamous Auschwitz death camp to pay tribute to Holocaust victims. An estimated 1.3 million people were sent to Auschwitz between 1940 and 1945 where they faced starvation, brutal forced labor and execution. The German Gestapo sent people to the camp who […]

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Fitton: The Continuing Scandal at the Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Office

Fitton: The Continuing Scandal at the Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Office

| February 15, 2019 | 24 Comments

I tend to stay out of the continuing saga of the VA, as I don’t use the services offered. No dog of mine in that fight, but I try to stay abreast of the ups and downs experienced by my fellow TAHers, sympathize with the poor service rendered and hope for better conditions. Then this […]

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Weekend Open Thread – “Letzter Zug in die Freiheit”

Weekend Open Thread – “Letzter Zug in die Freiheit”

| February 15, 2019 | 61 Comments

In an earlier article, I’ve written about Heinz Meixner’s daring escape with his fiancée and mother-in-law to be from East Berlin via driving through Checkpoint Charlie. Today’s article is about another daring escape from East Berlin by vehicle – and one which was somewhat more spectacular. . . . Harry Deterling was a railroad engineer […]

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I was wrong about Abrams for SOTU rebuttal

I was wrong about Abrams for SOTU rebuttal

| February 15, 2019 | 25 Comments

Stacey Abrams Poetrooper is back with some more well timed thoughts on Stacey Abrams, and her suitability as a poster child for the Dems. This nicely follows yesterday’s SOTU transcript link. So, without further ado.. Poetrooper I was wrong about Abrams for SOTU rebuttal Last week I wrote here questioning the Democrat leadership’s political wisdom […]

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Valor Friday

Valor Friday

| February 15, 2019 | 6 Comments

Today’s Valor Friday is dedicated to Lucian Adams, Staff Sergeant, USA, and his incredible heroism in WWII near St. Die, France. Sometimes all it takes is one determined soldier and a BAR to solve a lot of problems. This is such a story, provided to me by one who wishes to remain anonymous. Zeppelin Stadium […]

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Fred Galvin, MARSOC officer accused of killing 19 civilians is vindicated.  

Fred Galvin, MARSOC officer accused of killing 19 civilians is vindicated.  

| February 15, 2019 | 22 Comments

Accused of killing innocent civilians, the Marines of Fox Company are finally cleared of wrongdoing.  There are too many of these incidents that have gone on for far too long.  The rush to judgment and the Press being motivated by “Click Bait” sensationalism needs to be stopped and those who do it held accountable.  Fred Galvin […]

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