Wednesday Patriotic Songs -US Navy Christmas Season 12/13

  The United States Navy and Special Forces CHRISTMAS TRIBUTE       US Navy Song Anchors Aweigh        US Navy: Honoring Those Deployed and Their Families           Navy Seals Song           I’ll Be Home For Christmas – Navy Band           Christmas in our hearts – United States Navy           Naval Academy Glee Club Tribute to Pearl Harbor. “Eternal Father”, The Navy Hymn.                Let There Be Peace On Earth – Mushafugga, Published on Dec 2, … Continue reading

Wednesday Patriotic Songs – US Marines Christmas Season 12/6

  The United States Marines  CHRISTMAS TRIBUTE     The Marine Corps Hymn, March       A Soldier’s Christmas Song       Trace Adkins – Semper Fi       A Soldiers Silent Night / Soldier’s Silent Night / Night Before Christmas Full Version 2010       I Won’t Be Home For Christmas         Dear Santa … A Marines Christmas in Iraq … Santa’s List from a Soldier’s child – Frankie Taylor Fisher Published on Dec 19, 2008              Let There Be Peace On Earth – Mushafugga, Published on … Continue reading

Wednesday Patriotic Songs – US Coast Guard Christmas Season 11/29

  The United States Coast Guard CHRISTMAS TRIBUTE     US Coast Guard Song – “Semper Paratus!”         US Coast Guard Marching Song         Coast Guard Tribute HD- Crystalized – Kevin Collazo, 2013         “Never Let Go” Coast Guard Tribute – Song by Bryan Adams           Doc Severinsen, age 89, with the United States Coast Guard Guardians Big Band              Let There Be Peace On Earth – Mushafugga, Published on Dec 2, 2007   Merry Christmas, Soldiers!         MERRY CHRISTMAS … Continue reading

Fauxcahontas Is Offended. REAL Native Americans- Meh,Not So Much

Yes, The Libs are upset again.Imagine that. And to what do we owe this latest outcry of “Raaaacciiisssst” against President Trump ? During a special event on Monday at the White House to pay homage to a unique set of World War II veterans — the Navajo Code Talkers — Trump quipped : “I just want to thank you because you are very, very special people. You were here long before any of us were here, although, we have a representative in Congress who has been here a long time … longer than you — they call her Pocahontas.” He was of course referring to … Continue reading

Iran Completes Its Land Bridge to the Golan

Iran Completes Its Land Bridge to the Golan Middle East Forum The Jerusalem Post Jonathan Spyer November 18, 2017 Originally published under the title “Iran Puts Finishing Touches on Its Land Bridge to the Golan.” Abu Kamal is the last link in the Iranian land bridge from the Iraq-Iran border to the Mediterranean. In the east of Syria, the so-called race to Abu Kamal between the US-supported Syrian Democratic Forces and the forces of Iran, the Assad regime and Russia appears to be close to conclusion – in the latter’s favor. Regime forces moved into the town last Thursday. They … Continue reading

Coast Guard – “Brand” That Has Gone Up After This Past Year

What a major difference it makes when we have a President that sees and willingly honors those who put their lives on their line to patrol our shores and assist our citizens. Well Done, Mr. President! MAGA not just four letters strung together but a spirit rising once again.         I am so pleased to see our Coast Guard get the recognition they deserve. I had to laugh for a second though as he claimed “brand” what a typical BUSINESS leader comment — thank goodness — and not POLITICIAN smooze. He did bring up some political speak … Continue reading

Our Military Motto Is “Leave No Man Behind” – Shouldn’t that include deported military…

Our Military Motto Is “Leave No Man Behind” Shouldn’t that include deported military who served honorably in our armed forces? Those who served our country honorably deserve to have their cases heard. A group of Mexicans who served with the US military in Vietnam and Iraq only to be deported held a Veterans Day protest on Saturday in the border city Ciudad Juarez.         I rarely stand with MSM on anything they write — except this is an important issue. The military mustered into its ranks men who for some reason believed in our country and its … Continue reading

Soldier’s Thanksgiving Message

Sent in by one of our readers (and we thank him): Came across this on an Oz chat site not sure if you have seen it before … one of the many unsung recalls about President Trump A Little Story In 1991, at the end of Desert Storm, a 19 yr. old US Army Cavalry Scout Private who had just spent 8 months at war sat out on a street at Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia. He sat there on his duffle bag with his Battalion around him for 4 days waiting for the buses to come and take him … Continue reading

November – National Native American Heritage Month

The month is almost half over, but perhaps others like myself have yet to hear about the November Native American Heritage Month declaration. Also, like many I have heard little over the years about the efforts of Native Americans in defending and supporting our war efforts. As part Native American myself, these stories of valor and courage touch my heart and bring to the fore how often despite attitudes, Native Americans have done their best to participate. Perhaps you can call me prejudiced,, but these are groups of tribes and people who may not have ever been labeled “slaves” but … Continue reading

Fallen Soldier’s Car Purchased Back by Widow. Gives It to Age 16 Son for Birthday

By Tia Starr November 8, 2017 at 8:00am Operation Iraqi Freedom, the military action that kicked off the Iraq War, started March 20, 2003. Brave men and women headed halfway around the world tasked with defending freedom and fighting against terrorism. 2001 Texas A&M graduate Jonathan Rozier enlisted in the armed and was assigned to Company B, 2nd Battalion, 70th Armor Regiment, of the 1st Armored Division, where he worked his way up to Lieutenant. He was deployed to Baghdad in the early months of the war from Fort Riley in Kansas. The exemplary soldier would go on to be one … Continue reading

Quote of the Day for Veterans Happy Veteran’s Day USA Happy Remembrance Day Canada

To our men and women in uniform, past, present, and future, God bless you and thank you. A true hero isn’t measured by the size of his strength, but by the strength of his heart. – Hercules Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause. -Abraham Lincoln A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself. -Joseph Campbell America’s veterans embody the ideals upon which America was … Continue reading

Quotes of the Day for Marines – Happy Birthday to the Corps

“Freedom is not free, but the U.S. Marine Corps will pay most of your share.” – Ned Dolan “A Marine is a Marine. I set that policy two weeks ago – there’s no such thing as a former Marine. You’re a Marine, just in a different uniform and you’re in a different phase of your life. But you’ll always be a Marine because you went to Parris Island, San Diego or the hills of Quantico. There’s no such thing as a former Marine.” – General James F. Amos, 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps “I come in peace, I didn’t bring … Continue reading

Obama and Dems Said Trump Was Unable To Handle International Relations …

Obama and Dems Said Trump Was Unable To Handle International Relations… Take Another Hit on Your Drug of Choice Because That Is Your Only Reality Source   China as a country and President  Xi Jinping have shown President Trump far more respect than those displayed to Obama or by any Democrats in this country…. In order to gain respect, one must first sincerely display respect.  Trump is a big hit in China – and it’s all thanks to what his granddaughter did Samantha Chang November 9, 2017 In China, Xi Jinping is president, but Donald Trump is king. And he can thank … Continue reading

US Embassy Move To Jerusalem Under Discussion Again While Middle East Heating Up

This time there is a LOT more to consider than just pissing off Palestine.     Rep. DeSantis Opener – Moving the American Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Oversight and Reform Committee    November 8, 2017       PURPOSE: To discuss the benefits and challenges of relocating the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel-Aviv to the capital of Jerusalem. BACKGROUND: In each country worldwide, the United States embassy is located in their capital; however, the U.S. Embassy in Israel is located in Tel Aviv rather than Israel’s capital of Jerusalem. Congress has consistently voted to support recognizing Jerusalem as … Continue reading

Wednesday Patriotic Songs

Wednesday Patriotic Songs -Honoring Veterans   Because of the Brave – Mormon Tabernacle Choir           This Is My Country           The Pacific – Honor Soundtrack (Main Title Theme by Hans Zimmer)             Not Forgotten – A Tribute to Korean Veterans             Creedence Clearwater Revival – Who’ll Stop The Rain – Vietnam Montage             Angel Flight (Radio Tower Remix) – w/ Lyrics For all those who made Thanksgiving possible from 1776 until today – prayers for you every … Continue reading

USO – Veterans Day and All Year Long

I rarely if ever push for any group but this is one dear to my heart because of all my family and friends have been touched in some way or another by those who are deserving of our support and encouragement. Thank goodness we now have a President that shows such respect for our men and women in uniform too. I just received this email and decided to pass it along to our readers. For those interested, please consider. For those who do not, just skip this post.   USO Holiday For Heroes 2016       Now as much … Continue reading