As a veteran, I felt the impact of this wonderful video all the way to my core. I’m one of the lucky ones who can Stand,Salute, and Thank those who gave the last measure of themselves for God and Country, who sacrificed all without concern for themselves, but rather for those they served with and the nation they so willingly put it all on the line for!       GOD BLESS AMERICA in these troubled times and GOD BLESS and protect our warriors who are still fighting for us all. ~Terry    

FLASH! Trump Chooses His VEEP and

it is General James “Mad Dog” Mattis! Who better to run the illegals and so-called “refugees” out of America? “I don’t lose any sleep at night over the potential for failure. I cannot even spell the word.” Mad Dog Mattis “You cannot allow any of your people to avoid the brutal facts. If they start living in a dream world, it’s going to be bad.” Mad Dog Mattis Okay, wishful thinking on the Gunny’s part. We can hope can’t we?

One Marine’s Response to Million Student March

From Right Wing News: A bunch of spoiled, entitled brats are whining because they have to be grown-ups with actual responsibilities, and pay for the things that they want — like, for example, a college education. A Marine had a feisty retort to the top-trending Twitter hashtag #millionstudentmarch that explains to college kids how he also had a memorable march as a young man – while he was in the U.S. military. As students protest in favor of “safe zones” free from racist ignoramuses and phony “hate crime” incidents, military members show bravery by willingly going into “unsafe zones” – … Continue reading

Thank You To Chick-Fil-A

From Conservative Tribune — a story to touch the hearts of all patriots where the honoring of our military veterans is so beautifully rendered.  Other companies should be ashamed for not doing something like this.   Thank you for being one of the patriotic in our country who show that neither race, political ideology, ethnic background, nor gender takes away from being able to acknowledge the worth of those who have given so much in the line of duty in service to freedom, family, and country.     Chick-fil-A, the same fast-food outlet that constantly gets accused by liberals of … Continue reading

Turning America Into a Battlefield

Written by John W Whitehead Published at Constitutionally   Americans now find themselves struggling to retain some semblance of freedom in the face of police and law enforcement agencies that look and act like the military and have just as little regard for the Fourth Amendment, laws such as the NDAA that allow the military to arrest and indefinitely detain American citizens, and military drills that acclimate the American people to the sight of armored tanks in the streets, military encampments in cities, and combat aircraft patrolling overhead. Making matters worse, now we find out that the military plans to use southwestern … Continue reading

Governor Abbott Commands State Guard to Monitor Jade Helm 15 Operation

From Big Country Homepage: Governor Abbott is putting his citizens rights first by commanding General Betty keep Texans properly informed during an upcoming military exercise. The United States Army says that United States Military Operation Jade Helm 15 is designed to train special forces units such as the Army’s Green Berets, Air Force and Marine Special Operations Commands, Marine Expeditionary Units, and the 82nd Airborne Division. It will take place in various locations across the State of Texas including the Big Country’s own town of Big Springs from July – September of 2015. Citizens have been raising concerns since preliminary operation … Continue reading

A Sunday Feel Good Story – “Read It Again”

From Young Conservatives– When it comes to class, it’s hard to top former President George W. Bush, especially when you’re talking about showing support for the military. It’s evident throughout his years of political service that he has massive respect for the men and women who serve this great nation, and former press secretary Dana Perino recently shared a story in her new book that proves this point elegantly. Have some tissues ready, because this just might start the water works. Perino writes that back in 2005, Bush was scheduled to meet with 25 patients in the hospital, one of which … Continue reading

Judge Jeanine Pirro: 320 Marines Surrounded by ISIS

The good judge is spot on but I beg to differ… 320 Marines surrounded by IS-holes??  Marines view that as “opportunity” since they can fire in any direction. ISIS is in trouble.  That is simply a fact.  ROE’s issued by the golfer-in-chief will be ignored out of hand.  The sandnazis and anyone and anything standing with them will be destroyed with prejudice.  Marines are extra-specially good at that task. King Putt has better send some reinforcements anyway to clean up the mess afterwards.  Cold beer (domestic only) for the grunts would be nice too. Just sayin’… ~ Hardnox  

VA Head Doesn’t Know What Congress Critter Has Done

Here’s a good one. The head of the Veteran’s Administration got PO’d at Representative Coffman in a hearing and snarked at him “I’ve run a big company sir, what have you done?” Well, all that Representative Coffman R-Colorado has done is start a small business that employed 20 people. . Oh yes, he also served in the US Marine Corps as the XO in a light armor company in Kuwait (1st Gulf War) and later in Iraq (2nd Gulf War). He is retired from the Corps (did serve time in the Army Reserve before going into the USMC). He’s the … Continue reading

Marines Leave Yemen Unarmed

From Fox News: Armed rebels in Yemen’s capital of Sanaa seized U.S. embassy vehicles Wednesday after diplomats fled the country over growing unrest. Pentagon spokesman Col. Steve Warren confirmed that the vehicles were taken by Houthi rebels after embassy personnel and U.S. Marines guarding the embassy evacuated. Warren said the Marines turned over their small arms to government officials before boarding a commercial flight from Sanaa. Marines “destroyed the larger weapons” before leaving Yemen Tuesday, Warren said. Members of the embassy staff told Reuters that more than 20 vehicles were taken by the rebels after the Americans left Sanaa’s airport. … Continue reading

Jury Seated for Eddie Routh Trial in Texas

From Truth Revolt: A jury was seated yesterday in the trial of the man charged with murdering the former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle.  The judge estimated “no more than two dozen” were dismissed from the case due to publicity surrounding the story. Ten women and two men will serve as jurors for Eddie Ray Routh’s trial, which starts Wednesday with opening statements. Routh, a former Marine, is charged with capital murder in the deaths of 38-year-old Chris Kyle and Kyle’s friend, 35-year-old Chad Littlefield. Kyle and Littlefield were trying to help Routh when prosecutors say he shot them at a … Continue reading

Barbarians at the Gate

By Linda Chavez: I would not watch the video of Jordanian pilot Mouath al-Kasaesbeh being consumed by fire, because to do so was exactly what the Islamist barbarians who produced it wanted. They wanted not only to kill their captive in the most horrific way imaginable, but also to burn the images of his immolation into the minds of those who oppose them. Terror is their most effective weapon. The only way they can achieve victory is by frightening people into submission. Scare off those who would join an alliance to fight the Islamic State, and ISIS wins. But barbarity … Continue reading

Was Chris Kyle’s Killer a Converted Muslim?

From Allenbwest.com:   The “conventional wisdom” says former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle was tragically shot and killed by a former soldier suffering from PTSD. But perhaps there’s another version of the story no one wants to talk about. What if Routh had been converted to militant Islam in Iraq and sought Kyle out as retribution? There are some disturbing facts about Routh you most likely will have never read. According to The Warfighter Foundation, it is highly unlikely Routh suffered from PTSD because he never served in battle. “Eddie Routh served one tour in Iraq in 2007, at Balad Air … Continue reading

Carlos Hathcock – The “Other” American Sniper”

Today is the anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords which were signed on January 27, 1973 after years of stalling and negotiations. American troops were finally withdrawing from Vietnam although the war between North Vietnam and South Vietnam wouldn’t end until April 30, 1975. With so many Americans currently focusing on the Chris Kyle movie, American Sniper, it’s fitting today to pay tribute to the Marine sniper Carlos Hathcock who served for twenty years and was a lethal weapon in Vietnam, nicknamed ‘White Feather’. Although Hathcock estimated he’d made around 300 kills, he’s credited with only 93 because of the confirmation system used … Continue reading

Military is not so happy with the Big O

In his first term, President Obama oversaw repeal of the controversial “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy. Then he broke with one of the military’s most deeply rooted traditions and vowed to lift the ban on women serving in combat. And the commander in chief has aggressively sought to change military culture by cracking down on sexual assault and sexual harassment, problems that for years were underreported or overlooked. Obama is an unpopular president in the eyes of the men and women in uniform. Yet his two-term administration is etching a deep imprint on the culture inside the armed forces. As … Continue reading

Wounded Warrior or Scam???

Came across this article today. I have heard mutterings from a number of different people lately about WWP – nothing good. Now this comes out. I say make up your own mind, but as for me, I shall find another place for my military money. Probably Fisher House. I already support Navy Relief Society. Years ago I quit letting the Red Cross have even a penny. During this Christmas and New Year’s season the gift of charity swells in the hearts of many.  And who better to benefit from that charity than those who have literally given life and limb … Continue reading

Update on US Troops Fighting Ebola in Africa

  From Stars & Stripes: The commander of U.S. forces deployed to an Ebola outbreak in West Africa says troops are finishing much of their work in the country and will expect new direction by month’s end. Seven Ebola treatment units have been turned over to Liberian officials, and another 10 will be finished by the end of December, said Maj. Gen. Gary Volesky, the joint force commander for Operation United Assistance. Troops are still training local health care workers and performing lab work to diagnose the disease — tasks increasingly assumed by U.S. and international aid workers. “The decision … Continue reading