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Hillary Clinton’s Speaking Event tickets, from High-Priced to Discounted

Hillary Clinton’s Speaking Event tickets, from High-Priced to Discounted

| December 14, 2018 | 9 Comments

I remember, during the Presidential Election Campaign of 1996, how the media loved to photo capture the crowds that attended President Clinton’s campaign stops. Contrast that with how they portrayed Bob Dole. The media frequently showed videos of him in small towns, with small crowds approaching him and his campaign bus. The media’s emphasizing large […]

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Soldier killed in 2009 Battle of Kamdesh to receive Distinguished Service Cross

Soldier killed in 2009 Battle of Kamdesh to receive Distinguished Service Cross

| December 14, 2018 | 2 Comments

Staff Sgt. Justin Gallegos’ posthumous Silver Star will be upgraded to a Distinguished Service Cross, the nation’s second highest award for valor, during a ceremony at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018. COURTESY OF U.S. ARMY By WYATT OLSON | STARS AND STRIPES In the early hours of Oct. 3, 2009, more than […]

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Weekend Open Thread

Weekend Open Thread

| December 14, 2018 | 52 Comments

Feeling a bit “devilish” today. So for the WOT, I thought I’d provide some appropriate theme music. Here ya go.         That’s all for today. Enjoy the WOT, everyone – and the weekend.

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Thursdays Are For Cooking… and Fridays Are For Coming Clean About the Cooking

Thursdays Are For Cooking… and Fridays Are For Coming Clean About the Cooking

| December 14, 2018 | 36 Comments

PhillyMag recently did an article about South Philly self-proclaimed celebrity chef Michael DePasquale.  DePasquale has claimed to be a friend and business partner of the late Anthony Bourdain, as well as being a United States Marine. This article references another article by the South Philly Review. Oh, and DePasquale recently “nursed a Vietnam veteran back […]

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Another Cold War Ghost Story

Another Cold War Ghost Story

| December 14, 2018 | 16 Comments

By Poetropoper Yesterday, in response to Dave’s article, “Ghosts for the Gullible” all of the comments I read were full of sarcasm and scorn for a soldier and his widow because TAH readers have seen and heard it all. But I do know that the best con jobs are always seeded with just enough of […]

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Last Ride for Rolling Thunder

Last Ride for Rolling Thunder

| December 14, 2018 | 17 Comments

By William Vitka A massive annual motorcycle rally staged in Washington will end next year, with organizers citing a lack of law enforcement cooperation and “increased harassment to supporters” as reasons for stopping the 31-year-old tradition. Rolling Thunder began in Washington in 1987 after Artie Muller, who served in the Vietnam War as an infantry […]

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Friday Feel Good Stories

Friday Feel Good Stories

| December 14, 2018 | 10 Comments

A courtesy call would have prevented…never mind. Van Buren County man claims self defense in shooting death PINE GROVE TOWNSHIP, MI (WKZO AM/FM) — A Van Buren County man has gone on trial for the shooting death of his ex-wife’s new boyfriend. It happened in June when Troy Taylor tried to drop off his son […]

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‘Captain Dan’ Strikes Again

‘Captain Dan’ Strikes Again

| December 13, 2018 | 30 Comments

Gary Sinise Flew 1,000 Children of Fallen Soldiers to Disney World for Christmas By: Justin Caruso “Each one of these children who are going on these airplanes have lost a parent in military services—either combat related or illness or unfortunately suicide sometimes,” The Gary Sinise Foundation founder said. “We wanna take care of these kids […]

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