… the Deist George Washington and his army of rebels crossed the Delaware River on the night of the 25th and successfully fought the Battle of Trenton on the 26th.
Jim W. Dean – Alla has touched on an important issue, how the New World Order barbarian hordes are perverting history as a demonizing tool for conditioning the public into supporting their perverse goals as a good thing.
A couple of years ago I was asked to become an advisor to Warrior2Citizen Inc., a non-profit entity that was being formed to provide needed services to assist active duty military personnel transitioning back to civilian life and/or stateside duty. At that time the Department of Veterans Affairs estimated that close to 18 Veterans per […]
“They literally followed me into the toilets…”
The important thing is that we never allow ourselves to feel hopeless. A great source of inspiration that can help us to realize that if we never give up we can change and improve our lives and society as a whole is what happened on December 25-26, 1776.
This Pacific Islander group has overcome military racism and prejudice through love and forgiveness and they have all discovered not only more of themselves in the process but truly another choice of behavior in their life.
A Cowardly Act
President Obama will soon roll out the White House’s red carpet to greet Vietnam’s Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong.
Two years ago when I attended a reunion of my old Desert Storm-era Army unit
Memorial Day is a time set aside to honor those who have lost their lives in service to their country. Many also use it as an opportunity to thank current service personnel and veterans.
Police Chief David Couper is part of my imaginary “Smedley Butler Brigade” of heroic ex-Marines.
Sex, murder, torture and rock and roll, the Neocon Navy at its best
Luke’s Wings, a non-profit dedicated to reuniting wounded warriors with their loved ones during their recovery, will be launching its 3rd annual No Soldier Spends Christmas Alone campaign on Veterans Day, November 11, 2014.
Under clear blue skies, 15 survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor gathered at the National World War II Memorial to see their service of 73 years ago recognized.
In forthcoming articles, I plan to nudge one nagging historical question from the realm of reasonable conjecture to the realm of certainty: the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, their allies, and their hit men did in fact slaughter two generations of dissident singers/songwriters.
– On 7 June 1969, the youngest man to die in the Vietnam War, 15-year-old PFC Dan Bullock, gave his life for his fellow Marines and his country.
Remembering Jacob George, Afghan War Vet Turned Peace Activist Who Took Own Life
The ceremonies for the 70th anniversary celebration of D Day were interesting and gave the attendees a better understanding of the fighting on the Normandy Beaches.
The Real Deal…The story of G.I. Joe. The Bronze Star award ceremony of Colonel Joseph Crosswhite, Chief of International and Operational Law U.S. Army Force Command, in Statesville, North Carolina, a neighboring community next to where I live in Mooresville…another real life G.I. Joe in the flesh.
COMING BACK WITH WES MOORE, a new series executive produced by best-selling author Wes Moore, will air in three parts on Tuesdays, May 13-27, 2014, 8:00-9:00 p.m.
My personal opinion is that the global financial system needs to be totally destroyed and forgotten as a bad memory. We need to replace it with a completely new and unrelated system.
Presentation by Former Air Force Bio-Environmental Engineer Kristen Meghan. How the Air Force retaliated against Meghan for refusing to approve the chemicals used in chemtrails.
Now that the parades have ended and veterans have enjoyed the “heartfelt gratitude” of an appreciative nation (and a free meal, from a “select menu” at Applebees), I would ask veterans, as they resume their lives of anonymity and neglect, to put aside, for a moment, all the bunk we have been fed over the years from those who were not there.
Interviewing Nick Haupricht, director of Remembrance Inc., sponsor of this years award dinner with two featured Medal of Honor winners.
Government ‘Big Lie’ Plays Horrific Joke on U.S. Veterans and Their Families
El Toro Marine remembers rifle inspection by Colonel Gregory “Pappy” Boyington.
Military Headline News, brought to you by Defensetracker.com [audio:http://defensetracker.com/archives/milmin7292013.mp3] * The case of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is now in the hands of the military judge who will decide his fate. Manning’s defense team described him as a whistleblower who informed the public about important details of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Prosecutors, however, said […]
All gave some; some gave all; and some take the time to remind us of what it’s all about!
The Young Marines youth organization has named six division winners in the “Young Marine of the Year” award. They are….
Retired Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, the blunt, bulldog-like commander of U.S.-led coalition forces in the first Persian Gulf War, died Thursday in Florida. He was 78.