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

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S POWERFUL SPEECH TO U.S. TROOPS IN JAPAN

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S POWERFUL SPEECH TO U.S. TROOPS IN JAPAN   GREAT US – NEWS Published on Nov 4, 2017 President Trump Speech at Yokota Air Base in Japan 11/4/17 Trump arrives in Japan DoD News Release November 5, 2017 U.S. and Japanese service members standing shoulder to shoulder have made Yokota Air Base one of the most capable operational bases in Japan and in the world, President Donald J. Trump said in a troop talk there, today. The president has embarked upon an Indo-Pacific trip of numerous nations such as Japan, China, Vietnam and the Philippines. But, “there’s no single … Continue reading

What is happening at our military bases

What is happening at our military bases?     Apparently there has been a large issue with soldiers dying at or around military bases in the USA. Here is what is been happening since January 1, 2016: October 30, 2017 – FORT HOOD – General Joseph Martin, Commanding General, Ft Riley releases full statement outlining a post wide plan to combat the ever-increasing suicides at his post. (Suicides, really? wonder if this is the same effort to cover up as all the JP Morgan and other bankers killed in less than a year. They were also listed suicides. Geez). He … Continue reading

Who is U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly and why does it matter

U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly     From Ballotpedia: She is a federal judge on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. She joined the court in 1997 after being nominated by President Bill Clinton. Interestingly she was nominated on January 7, 1997, was confirmed by the United States Senate on March 20, 1997, and received commission on March 26, 1997, taking her oath of office on May 12, 1997. She worked as an attorney in DoJ from 1969-1972 and for the 2009 – Judge Kollar-Kotelly was the presiding judge in a case brought by the Council … Continue reading

No Kneeling At The World Series

Get off the field NFL crybaby anthem kneelers. Let America’s Favorite Pastime teach you how to respect Our Country. During Game 1 of the 2017 World Series that began last night, Patriotism was back on display. First, you start with a beautiful rendition of The National Anthem, with EVERYONE standing, hands and hats over hearts :     Then, during the 7th inning stretch, as an extra added Patriotic display, really strike gold by playing a song that’s even more despised by the left than the National Anthem.     The L.A. Dodgers beat the Houston Astros 3-1 in game … Continue reading

Cleveland Brown Players Partner With Police To Understand What Officers Deal With On A Daily Basis

Cleveland Brown Players Partner With Police To Understand What Officers Deal With On A Daily Basis One of the smartest ways I can think of to learn more and understand better about the stress placed on law enforcement is to have those who are being disrespectful partner with officers and ride along with them on patrol or participate in a short training course to learn more about themselves and the stress that officers deal with on a daily basis. To their credit the Cleveland Browns did just that. Here is what happened and some of their comments on the experience. … Continue reading

Memo to Air Hostesses Flying in US Airspace on US Flag Carriers

Dear Ms Jackwagon Stewardess (sorry I do not know your real name):  When your employer, a US flag airline, is honored with the privilege of final transport of an American soldier killed in combat, you have ONE job to do, and that is show respect for the fallen.  If other passengers on the airliner wish to stand and honor that soldier as he/she is removed by an honor guard at destination, WE DO NOT CARE if that recognition “makes foreign passengers on the plane uncomfortable”. The soldier DIED serving OUR country, the country where YOU live free and safe. That … Continue reading

Secretary Mattis Issues Strong Warning To DoD About Leaks

Mattis warns DoD against leaks in new memo   Military Times Tara Copp October 5, 2017 WASHINGTON – Defense Secretary Jim Mattis issued a new warning Thursday to all military and Defense Department civilian personnel against information leaks, and directed personnel to report suspected leaks, guidance that government transparency advocates said would have a chilling effect on the public’s right to know. In an internal memo dated Oct. 3 and obtained by the Military Times, Mattis reminded DoD personnel that “it is a violation of our oath to divulge, in any fashion, non-public DoD information, classified or unclassified, to anyone … Continue reading

A Letter To NFL Players

The following letter has gone viral, and has been appearing on blogs, FB, Twitter, and other social media. Its author is unknown, but its content is from the heart of Our Nation. In 2012 the NFL had an issue with Tim Tebow kneeling for each game to pray, they also had an issue with Tebow wearing John 3:16 as part of his blackout to avoid glare and made him take it off. In 2013 the NFL fined Brandon Marshall for wearing green cleats to raise awareness for people with mental health disorders…. In 2014 Robert Griffin III (RG3) entered a … Continue reading

ISIS Militants Surrender in Iraq

ISIS Militants Surrender in Iraq       October 9, 2017 Gutfield, ISIS  members surrender en masse in Iraq, but President Trump gets no credit. Everything Obama said was wrong — yep its what the world said for over 5 years.     Imagine that, giving military permission and backing to fight and win actually has been working! –Uriel–

Patriot’s Wednesday Musical Interlude

ENJOY                             In Honor of All Military Who Lost Their Lives In the Fight For Freedom and Against Tyranny  May we continue to honor home and country so their sacrifice was not in vain.       MAY GOD BLESS THE USA  as we meet our enemies and face evil on foreign and domestic soil   –Uriel–    

MSM Would Rather Bash Than Seek Truth – Especially Where President Trump Is Involved

MSM Taking their cue on reporting as usual from….truth, hardly..from Democrat talking heads definitely…while internet searches on Google also can be counted on to place the MSM “mudslinging” first. However, the truth is in the timeline below.  It is up to readers to see where their truth lies. Simply checking with sites who have a handle on the situation should be the FIRST order of business before writing any post. Obviously, these people didn’t bother. Balance that against the little I got directly from Obama’s White House information and there is an obvious difference. This isn’t one of my usual blogs … Continue reading

The US Coast Guard, One of Drug Enforcements’ Best Defenses Along Our Shores

One of the hardworking branches of the military is often the least heard from, the least understood, and rarely receives accolades for a job well done. In the war against drugs entering our country or national threats, we often forget that one of the biggest routes is not by land or air–but by sea. The UNITED STATES COAST GUARD In March of 2017, the Administration’s Fiscal Years 2017 Budget Amendment and 2018 Budget Requests helped advance DHS Coast Guard operations. It wasn’t until matters came to light though about a proposed billion-dollar budget cut to the Coast Guard budget that … Continue reading

ANTIFA – What a mockery they are

How is it that most of the young people in ANTIFA and other such anarchist groups who are protesting and willing to join are  generally NOT from middle class or lower-income families? How is it that they hold in higher regard those who were isolationists, dissatisfied malcontents, impoverished losers, whose biggest heroes were at odds with their own religious backgrounds, and often supported by family money or money from a level of citizenry that they profess to hate? How many of these people are willing to follow the same path as those they say they admire and parrot? Are they … Continue reading

National Pledge to Boycott the NFL!

  The growing acceptance by the NFL for those who dishonor our national anthem by refusing to stand in the traditional manner is creating a deep uneasiness and a heightened sense of outrage among patriotic Americans. Such disrespect for our nation has got to stop. Please sign the pledge to boycott the NFL, for as long as it takes to restore order on the field and for players to honor the national anthem in the traditional manner. Since the success of the national boycott depends on how many people stop watching the NFL games, I urge you to take the … Continue reading

Afghanistan Kabul Airport Attack, Possibly Targeting Defense Secretary Mattis

Defense Secretary Mattis “possible” target of rocket attack in Afghanistan today.     A barrage of rockets that struck the international airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sept. 27 were intended for U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, according to the Taliban, which claimed responsibility for the attack via Twitter. A U.S. military official reportedly told CNN that up to 40 rounds of munitions, including 29 rocket-propelled grenades, hit Hamid Karzai International Airport hours after Mattis landed for an unannounced visit. No injuries have been reported; however, an American weapons depot was apparently hit, causing secondary explosions. Defense Secretary Mattis had landed … Continue reading

To Those That Show Disrespect to Our Flag and National Anthem

  You just reached that teapot boiling point when you stepped into this mess NFL and all you idiots who support the disrespect.   No — plain and simple — To all those who believe that expressing a political statement during the National Anthem or Disrespecting Our Flag. This has erupted over the last week into a major issue but also gained momentum for the last few years as we have seen how some burn or disrespect our flag in protest. When asked why, few of these protestors can explain why they have chosen to burn the flag. The reason … Continue reading

“Go To Hell, Mike Tomlin”

Reposted verbatim from the blog hosted by lovelyd24.  Your faithful columnist, a Pittsburgh native and former Steelers fan, believes this is the best summary of the take-a-knee poseurs published to date. https://lovelyd24.wordpress.com/ Go to hell Mike Tomlin September 25, 2017 Leave a comment Dear Mike Tomlin, James Harrison, Ben Roethlisberger and any other Steeler who feels a need to criticize Bronze Star recipient Alejandro Villanueva for honoring the flag that his brothers came home under, you can all go to hell. On Sunday your team had 3 options, stand and support America, sit/kneel and disrespect America or 3 take the coward’s … Continue reading

Drawing Attention To Our National Anthem

It’s a sorrowful statement when you need to have a gimmick to draw the attention of American citizens to Our National Anthem. But this guy has a pretty good one.   Great job ! Read the story HERE ~Terry