Some Positive, Reassuring, Good News (Law Enforcement Edition)

It’s always the right time to shine some positive light on the acts and efforts of our great law enforcement officers, who so often go above and beyond to serve and protect us. In San Pablo, CA, an off-duty police officer was driving home with his family from a movie … read more

Operation Distraction

In her testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee back in 2013, regarding the lack of American military response to the Benghazi (Libya) rebel attack on the U.S. Embassy there, resulting in the death of four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton became exasperated with the … read more

9/11: Patriot Day: The 20th Anniversary of the Attack on America

Twenty years ago today…September 11, 2001… 19 militant fundamentalist Islamics hijacked four East Coast U.S. commercial airliners and purposely flew them into the twin towers of the World Trade Center (NYC), then into the Pentagon (D.C.), and mercifully, thanks to some very courageous male passengers, that fourth plane was forced … read more

Bagram And Kabul: Mega-Mistakes

No question, the catastrophic chaos, tragedy, and loss that are the recent Afghanistan evacuation operation are the direct result of the unbelievable, unconscionable (purposeful?) mistakes of the current, we fear, unseeing, unknowing, uncaring, seemingly partially-sedated administration in America.  This absolute failure of appropriate planning and sequential execution has both weakened … read more

Afghanistan: From Very Bad To Incredibly Worse

Yesterday (8-26-21), marked the return to the international stage of the suicide bomber.  Far worse yet, this imbecile chose to reduce himself to putty at the Kabul Airport amidst U.S. service members and Afghan citizens, the latter hoping to escape Taliban control.  Tragically, 13 courageous American military members, male and … read more

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