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Troops deploying to DC are being scrutinized for political purposes

| January 12, 2021 | 38 Comments
Troops deploying to DC are being scrutinized for political purposes

Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), a retired Army National Guard lieutenant colonel who lost her legs in action in Iraq, has joined fellow veteran Representative Jason Crow (D-CO) in encouraging what can only be described as the first stop in a political purge of the military. The January 6th Capitol protest attended to by many thousands […]

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Marine Corps threatens to shut off city’s water supply

| January 11, 2021 | 22 Comments
Marine Corps threatens to shut off city’s water supply

There’s a town of about 500 people located entirely within Marine Corps Base Quantico. It seems the mayor there found out that the most recent contract for water, which the Marines provide to the city, was back in the 1930s. They decided that they were only going to pay the Corps according to that contract […]

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DC Officer Suspended After Fatal Shooting

| January 8, 2021 | 28 Comments
DC Officer Suspended After Fatal Shooting

Police Officer Responsible For Killing Trump Supporter Suspended Pending Investigation “Thorough review” of security measures following storming of Capitol building. Paul Joseph Watson The police officer who shot Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt dead has been suspended and the incident is currently under investigation. Babbitt was shot in the neck at almost point blank range during […]

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6 January Pro Trump DC Rally…

| January 2, 2021 | 49 Comments
6 January Pro Trump DC Rally…

…Has Dems Bracing for “Wild Protests!” Thousands of people are expected to be in D.C. on 6 January to protest the 2020 election, on the day Congress meets to certify Biden’s Electoral College victory. Planned are demonstrations at the Freedom Plaza and near the Washington Monument, and a march from the National Mall to the […]

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Escape From New York

| December 23, 2020 | 27 Comments
Escape From New York

Unavailable For Comment New York Governor Cuomo sings the same tune: the state will need to raise taxes again to meet its current budget deficit. Cuomo left unspecified exactly which taxes would increase, and who is on tap to pay them. Aides remained mute on the subject, however layoffs and more borrowing will be options. […]

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The Cowards of Broward don’t just leave children to die

| November 29, 2020 | 56 Comments
The Cowards of Broward don’t just leave children to die

They also leave crippled pensioners at the mercy of violent felons intent on doing harm. A couple years ago, when Deputy Scot Peterson of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office in Florida stood by while his students were shot and killed by a crazed gunman, he earned the nickname “The Coward of Broward.” In the immediate […]

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Owner of technical school sentenced for defrauding VA of nearly $30M

| October 28, 2020 | 9 Comments
Owner of technical school sentenced for defrauding VA of nearly $30M

I think we talked about this guy a while back, but I can’t immediately find the article. The owner of a San Diego technical training school was sentenced Tuesday to 45 months in federal custody for defrauding the Department of Veterans Affairs out of nearly $30 million in a scheme to unlawfully obtain Post-9/11 G.I. […]

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A taste of WWII bureaucracy

| October 21, 2020 | 9 Comments
A taste of WWII bureaucracy

This one came from a user on Twitter. Here’s the original tweet; In TNA today and just came across this wonderful little #RAF minute from D-Day, which should please all those who feel MAA regulations unduly hamper military operations… pic.twitter.com/L9XJtxfs2H — Justin Bronk (@Justin_Br0nk) October 20, 2020 Even on the morning of D-Day, there was […]

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