Category: Politics

Obama Arms Muslim Brotherhood

There is lunacy, then there is this. The US just delivered the first four of twenty F-16 bombers to Egypt as part a $1.3 billion Foreign Military Financing program. Next up on the delivery schedule are 200 M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tanks. To Egypt. To Muslim Brotherhood Party leader and now President of the country,... Read more »

Inauguration Traditions are Clues to Policy

President and Mrs. Obama have given a lot of lip service to the support of our military and their families, but is it a genuine commitment or mere pandering? There is ample photographic and video-graphic proof of both the President and First Lady’s attendance at and participation in events for our military, particularly with military... Read more »

The 28th Amendment

The 28th Amendment does not exist, though there has been a proposal for one floating around for a very long time. And no, I’m not talking about the Equal Rights Amendment championed by luminaries such as Gloria Steinem and first proposed by Alice Paul in 1923. This 28th Amendment proposal has even less chance of... Read more »
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Karzai Blames US For Afghan Insecurities

There should be no surprise that Afghan President Hamid Karzai blames the US for the ongoing insecurity in his country. What is a surprise is how this is being reported in this country. Actually, I’m more sickened than surprised. There are too many examples to cite all of them, so I’ll just use the one quote... Read more »

Iraqi Refugee Bombs Social Security Office Not Charged With Domestic Terrorism

Iraqi Refugee Bombs Social Security Office Not Charged With Domestic Terrorism
This headline should be plastered across every TV screen in the country, but I’ll bet most people have no idea to what I am referring. On Friday, November 30th, 2012 Abdullatif Ali Aldosary, an Iraqi refugee and American felon, placed an improvised explosive device, aka IED, at a government building in downtown Casa Grande, Arizona, a town... Read more »

Facebook Outs Arlington National Cemetery Visitor Photo

Facebook Outs Arlington National Cemetery Visitor Photo
There is a sign that says “Silence and Respect, Arlington National Cemetery” that was featured in a picture that has gone viral. Also featured in that picture is a woman flipping the bird at the sign and with her other hand, she is cupping her face as if she is yelling. She did this in... Read more »
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Petraeus Benghazi and Chain of Command

UPDATED General David Petraeus takes his orders from the White House, as does the Ambassador of the United Nations, the Secretary of State and every other appointed official. This is called the Chain of Command, and I’m simply astounded how many people, even those who have taken an oath on the Constitution of the United... Read more »

Red Fridays - Thank You

Red Fridays - Thank You
This will be the last in the “Red Fridays” series, but I’m sure it won’t be the last time I write about our military and veterans. From the beginning, I have wanted to expose some of the issues and concerns our service members past and present face. I find it disgraceful the way our military... Read more »

Romney Lost, Let's Move On

By Monday, I was tired of the election. Bone tired, worn out and just disgusted. I’ll never understand the last minute politicking, the last minute pitch to vote for a particular candidate. After months of being inundated with attack ads, with media spin and re-spin of what each said and what it really means, does... Read more »
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Ft. Hood and the Presidential Election

Ft. Hood and the Presidential Election
Tomorrow is the third anniversary of the Ft. Hood shooting. It is also Election Day. Are you going to vote for the guy who called it “work place violence”? While both candidates have focused on the national debt, the economy and health care, both sides telling us this election will determine the course of the... Read more »