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Navy releases report on USS Roosevelt COVID outbreak

| September 20, 2020 | 21 Comments
Navy releases report on USS Roosevelt COVID outbreak

Well the Navy has released their 1,897 page of CYA material regarding the outbreak of COVID on the Big Stick earlier this year. The event was highly publicized by the carrier’s captain, who was relieved of command for it. The KoB sends that Military.com has “Six big takeaways”; At least one leader regretted stopping in Vietnam. […]

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Report: Feds considered using ‘heat ray’ on DC protesters

| September 19, 2020 | 30 Comments
Report: Feds considered using ‘heat ray’ on DC protesters

I’m not sure why this requires a “whistleblower” nor why it surprises people. I’ve been around when plans are made for these events. Nothing is off the table. Lots of ideas are spit-balled and dismissed. Better to bring an idea up and have it shot down than to have never considered an available option. Thus […]

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In other news, water is wet

| September 15, 2020 | 34 Comments
In other news, water is wet

Milking his 15 minutes of fame for a few more seconds, Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman says he’s “absolutely” become a “never-Trumper” after coming under relentless attack from President Donald Trump, telling NBC News’ Lester Holt that the White House leaked a classified memo about him to congressional Republicans in a bid to smear him. […]

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Daily Politics: Trump hires Obama look-alike to fire, Pelosi faces backlash for pandering on Labor Day, Racist biscuits

| September 8, 2020 | 34 Comments
Daily Politics: Trump hires Obama look-alike to fire, Pelosi faces backlash for pandering on Labor Day, Racist biscuits

I’m going to put today’s political posts in one spot. That way it’s easier to ignore if you’re getting like me and just can’t wait for November 4 to roll around. Donald Trump ‘hired an Obama look-alike so he could fire him on camera’ Jeff LPH 3 sends in this Telegraph article. Donald Trump so […]

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Phase III trials of coronavirus vaccine to take place at 5 US military sites

| September 5, 2020 | 20 Comments
Phase III trials of coronavirus vaccine to take place at 5 US military sites

We know the US government likes to use military personnel as guinea pigs. During these COVID times, this is no different. It’s not clear to me if they’re going to limit it to military personnel though. Sites for coronavirus vaccine trials have been announced and volunteers are being asked to participate in the Phase III trials. Five United […]

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DC government panel wants memorials to be ‘removed, relocated or contextualized’

| September 2, 2020 | 43 Comments
DC government panel wants memorials to be ‘removed, relocated or contextualized’

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) convened a panel of 34 people back in July to look at public structures named after people to see if their brand of revisionist history could be employed. Mayor Bowser charged the District of Columbia Facilities and Commemorative Expressions (DCFACES) Working Group with evaluating named DC Government-owned facilities and make recommendations as […]

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Those are rules for you, peasant, not me

| September 2, 2020 | 73 Comments
Those are rules for you, peasant, not me

Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) visited a San Francisco hair salon for some work. Normally this is not a news story. However Pelosi did this on Monday August 31. In San Francisco. There local regulations have had salons closed due to COVID. Restrictions have just now been ever so slightly relaxed. Starting September 1st, they could open […]

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Man surprised to discover the Pentagon is technologically backwards

| September 1, 2020 | 47 Comments
Man surprised to discover the Pentagon is technologically backwards

John Kroger, former Attorney General of Oregon and former president of Reed College, most recently served as the first “Chief Learning Officer” for the US Navy. He was in that role until recently, having taken the position at it’s creation last October. Kroger, a former Marine, has some legitimate critiques on the way briefings are […]

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