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Majewski pulls tired, old defense of his tales not matching his record

| September 24, 2022 | 128 Comments
Majewski pulls tired, old defense of his tales not matching his record

My records don’t reflect my stories because…drum roll…they classified! That’s it. It was so secret, even I don’t have the proof. From Business Insider; Ohio GOP House candidate J.R. Majewski backtracked on the claim that he was deployed to Afghanistan, saying that his lips — and records — are sealed on the matter. At a Friday […]

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MG Patrick Brady jumps out of a perfectly good airplane at age 85

| September 10, 2022 | 10 Comments
MG Patrick Brady jumps out of a perfectly good airplane at age 85

Retired US Army Major General Patrick Brady, at age 85, decided to jump out of a plane. It looks like he’s having a good time. You might remember that General Brady is, by my count, the most decorated Army officer. He is a recipient of the Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, several Distinguished Flying […]

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NJ VA home Covid death suits

| August 25, 2022 | 6 Comments
NJ VA home Covid death suits

Lawsuits filed over the high number of deaths at two NJ VA homes are showing how bad decisions by unqualified people killed off hundreds of patients. One nurse at the New Jersey Veterans Memorial at Menlo Park …went to Walmart to buy fabric to make her own (mask), she was threatened that “there could be […]

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PTSD and TBI from your service? The Canadian VA says, “We’d like to help you kill yourself”

| August 21, 2022 | 24 Comments
PTSD and TBI from your service? The Canadian VA says, “We’d like to help you kill yourself”

Canada has a reputation for being a place with nice scenery, nice fishing, and, above all, nice people. Apparently those that are part of the Veterans Affairs Canada bureaucracy are heartless fucks who would rather see struggling veterans get access to Canada’s relatively new doctor assisted suicide (called Medical Assistance in Dying, MAiD). Intended to […]

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Medal of Honor awardee Simanek passes on. Only 2 from Korea remain

| August 9, 2022 | 10 Comments
Medal of Honor awardee Simanek passes on. Only 2 from Korea remain

Robert E. Simanek, 92, passed August 4 in West Bloomfield, MI. He was awarded the Medal of Honor after jumping on a Chinese hand grenade (after kicking away a second grenade thrown at the same time.) The Chinese attacked. During the ensuing firefight, two grenades landed in the shallow trench where Simanek and other Marines […]

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Longtime sports announcer, Navy vet Vin Scully passes

| August 3, 2022 | 9 Comments
Longtime sports announcer, Navy vet Vin Scully passes

Longtime sportscaster Vin Scully passed away yesterday at age 94. Most notable for a more than 60 year association with the Dodgers, he was also known for calling the World Series for many years in the early 80s and again in the 90s. As with most men of his generation, he served. He was in […]

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‘Jarheads’ killer’s trial finally starting

| July 23, 2022 | 18 Comments
‘Jarheads’ killer’s trial finally starting

The long-delayed trial of Volodymr Zhukovskyy, 26, the truck driver who allegedly crossed the center line on Rte. 2 in New Hampshire and killed 7 members of the Jarheads motorcycle club, is finally starting. Jury selection has been completed and the trial should start Tuesday. Zhukovskyy (see, it wasn’t a typo) has been in jail […]

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100-Year-Old World War II veteran breaks down over what America has become

| July 3, 2022 | 18 Comments
100-Year-Old World War II veteran breaks down over what America has become

Fox 13 did an interview with Carl Spurlin Dekel, a Marine veteran who served during World War II. During the interview, he talked about the beauty of things in the surroundings, usually what people would take for granted. However, he talked about what the US has become, and how this was not what they fought […]

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