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Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS)

| June 7, 2020 | 37 Comments
Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS)

Aidan Courtright Adding to the argument Liberalism is a mental disorder, this Aidran Courtright fellow saw fit to physically attack an 82 year old over a sign. OK, a hat and a sign- that seems to have been sufficient to trigger his TDS. Charlie Chase, of Fall River Massachusetts, was exercising his First Amendment Rights […]

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Fred Willard Passes at 86

| May 17, 2020 | 5 Comments
Fred Willard Passes at 86

Fred Willard in April 2008 Mason sends us the sad news of the passing of comedian and veteran Fred Willard. Mr. Willard graduated from Kentucky Military Institute and served in the Army, stationed in Germany. Comic actor Fred Willard dead at 86, family says By Melissa Roberto Comic actor Fred Willard has died at the […]

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Two American Veterans Arrested in Venezuela

| May 6, 2020 | 61 Comments
Two American Veterans Arrested in Venezuela

According to Venezuela’s president, Nicolas Maduro, a couple of Americans were arrested in a failed mercenary invasion against Venezuela. They are suspected of trying to topple Nicolas Maduro and his government. Others have been arrested along with them. Nicolas Maduro is blaming Juan Guaido for funding this invasion attempt. He also accuses neighboring Columbia of […]

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Elizabeth Warren’s Oldest Brother Passes Away Due to Coronavirus

| April 23, 2020 | 32 Comments
Elizabeth Warren’s Oldest Brother Passes Away Due to Coronavirus

Elizabeth Warren’s oldest brother passed away due to Coronavirus. He was 86 years old and was living in Oklahoma. According to the article, he did 20 years in the U.S. Air Force. He was dealing with cancer and was recently hospitalized for pneumonia. After the pneumonia hospitalization, he was transferred to rehabilitation. From the Boston […]

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Florida Today’s Segment on a Phony GWOT Veteran

| February 29, 2020 | 43 Comments
Florida Today’s Segment on a Phony GWOT Veteran

Ninja came across a Florida Today video featuring one Craig “Doc” Glynn. According to their video, he did serve in Vietnam as a medic. Glynn made additional claims to include deployments to Somalia, Afghanistan, and Iraq. However, he left in 1972. Since that time, he gained a different type of experience. This included a self-inflicted […]

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U.S. Marine pilot whose heroics helped stop 1973 New Orleans sniper dies at 84

| February 20, 2020 | 31 Comments
U.S. Marine pilot whose heroics helped stop 1973 New Orleans sniper dies at 84

A decorated U.S. Marine Corps pilot who risked his life and career to help New Orleans police during the Howard Johnson’s hotel sniper attack that claimed seven lives in 1973 died Feb. 13 of cancer, according to his family. Retired Lt. Gen. Charles “Chuck” Pitman Sr., whose heroics in piloting a helicopter that allowed police […]

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Purple Heart Recipient on 15 Most Wanted

| January 31, 2020 | 18 Comments
Purple Heart Recipient on 15 Most Wanted

Jacob Blair Scott has been added to the 15 most wanted list by US Marshals. He is accused of raping his then 14-year-old stepdaughter and impregnating her. When he was supposed to show up in court, he was a no show. When marshals took action to apprehend him, they found a dinghy boat and a […]

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Retired Navy SEAL, Survivor Favorite, Passes Away

| November 3, 2019 | 14 Comments
Retired Navy SEAL, Survivor Favorite, Passes Away

Retired Navy SEAL, Rudy Boesch, passed away Friday night while surrounded by family. He was 91. He showed up in the inaugural season of Survivor and was a favorite among the fans. He returned for their eighth season, the “All-Star” season. He may have not placed first in the show, but he survived where he […]

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