Rex Tillerson Rides with Rolling Thunder

  Rex Tillerson Rides with Rolling Thunder to Honor U.S. Military on Memorial Day Breitbart May 29, 2017 Penny Starr Secretary of State Rex Tillerson joined almost one million bikers on Sunday as a rider in a massive caravan of motorcycles that rode from the Pentagon to the National Mall and the Vietnam Memorial on Sunday. “O.K., this is just buckets of all-American awesome,” the post on Conservative Treehouse stated. “Secretary of State Rex Tillerson rides with Rolling Thunder in Washington, D.C. to celebrate Memorial Day and salute our armed forces. “We knew T-Rex was awesome, but who knew T-Rex … Continue reading

“West Point To Arlington”

I heard this song on The Sean Hannity radio show and I welled-up a bit. It’s a tear-jerker. “West Point to Arlington” is a tribute song for Special Forces Captain Andrew Pedersen-Keel who was Killed In Action while serving in Afghanistan in 2013. The song was co-written by his friend Sean Niquette, who is an Iraq War veteran, in collaboration with Bob Reagan and Don Goodman from Operation Song,which is is a nonprofit in Nashville that helps veterans share their stories through song writing. It is sung by Ward Davis. It’s a song written about one warrior, in one war, but … Continue reading

Memorial Day Weekend Salute

    “We can’t ignore our past,” said Navy Capt. Ted Schroeder, chief of staff of Submarine Group 9. “It’s important to remember where we came from and to honor the men and women whose legacy we’ve inherited.” We wouldn’t have the freedoms today without the sacrifices of the families and the heroes that we are remembering today,” said Navy Chief Petty Officer Jonathan Corcoran.   Semper Fidelis In Rememberance of the Many who gave their all or suffered in order to make certain that the following continues for future generations   We the People of the United States, (group … Continue reading

Just A Reminder….

…..Lest We Forget The National Moment of Remembrance, established by Congress in 2000, asks Americans, wherever they are at 3 p.m., local time, on Memorial Day, to pause in an act of national unity for a duration of one minute. The time 3 p.m. was chosen because it is the time when most Americans are enjoying their freedoms on the national holiday. The Moment does not replace traditional Memorial Day events; rather, it is an act of national unity in which all Americans, alone or with family and friends, honor those who died in service to the United States.   … Continue reading

In Remembrance On Memorial Day

  For all the men and women who have given their all to keep our nation free and to those today who step up when they hear the call, now more than ever we have to pass along the reason our great country was formed and those who have lived and lost so much over the years to keep it so.   I hope we never forget their sacrifice or the heartbroken families and friends they left behind.  We honor them this day and every day when we walk free of tyranny with faith and hope for tomorrow.  To those who … Continue reading


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    

I’m Looking For Gay Lovers….

….TO RUN OVER WITH MY TRUCK ! And it would be as easy as shooting LGBTQs in a barrel where I live this weekend. Fortunately for me, I live just a short hop across a bridge from a beautiful beach with sugar-white sand and turquoise water. Unfortunately for me and the majority of residents that call this little slice of Heaven home, we will be invaded by 10s of thousands queers, dykes, trannies, gender-confused, and other assorted labels of perverts, on full obnoxious display on our beach, in our stores, restaurants, bars, and most other public places, the whole 4 … Continue reading

The Unsung Heroes of War

Thanks to a post sent to me by Elise Cooper titled “Memorial Day“, I was reminded that not just men were lost in defense of our country but animals as well.  Being an animal lover, I decided to post here pictures of a few dogs since World War I in silent tribute to the brave handlers and their faithful companions who do so much during war for our country. Dogs who returned have not been treated well by our government over the years though times are changing.  They are thanks to better media coverage receiving more recognition  and honors for their … Continue reading

228,000 Flags Planted for Memorial Day – Time Lapse Video

From Conservative Post: Each year in Arlington National Cemetery ahead of Memorial Day, the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, the distinguished Old Guard, honors the nation’s fallen soldiers by planting more than 228,000 American flags at each grave marker. The Old Guard has continued this tradition annually since 1948. The “Flags-In” ceremony echoes the origins of Memorial Day traditions, when both Confederate and Union soldiers decorated the graves of their fallen compatriots after the Civil War. TIME contributing photographer Brooks Kraft captured this year’s ceremony on Thursday. More than 1,000 soldiers participated in the ritual over a span of four hours … Continue reading

Memorial Day – A Time of Remembrance

From Controversial Times: As part of our Memorial Day tribute, we thought it would be prudent to look back at a few of the heroes that have fought and died for our country. Here are two stories of amazing heroism, bravery, and the ultimate sacrifice made by extraordinary Americans. First Lieutenant James A. Gardner (Feb 7, 1943 – Feb 7, 1966). United States Army, Vietnam War 1st Lt Gardner showed extreme bravery and his actions likely saved numerous American lives. Gardner carried out these acts, and perished, on his 23rd birthday. His Medal of Honor Citation reads “For conspicuous gallantry and … Continue reading

Obama Appreciation Day

Obama did a surprise visit to Afghanistan but it was more like a sketch from SNL, “Live from Afghanistan… It’s Obama”. “We are aware of the sacrifices so many have made,” Obama said after a briefing by Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, the top American commander in Afghanistan. “We’ll probably be announcing some decisions fairly shortly.” He told them this is the best-led military in history. Hmmm, he couldn’t help that one. He’s just full of self-appreciation. And just years ago he was all about questioning the leadership of the military under Bush. But last Saturday on Armed Forces Day, … Continue reading

A Day Of Remembrance.

Today we celebrate Memorial Day.           To many, it means a day off work. To a LOT of merchants, an occasion for a discount sale. For others, it is picnics with friends and families. Which is all fine and good, but today, I choose to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice, sometimes for a good purpose, such as liberating peoples from an oppressive regime. I especially honor those who lost their lives fighting a battle which the motives are the wet dreams of political hacks, or well-monied interests. These brave soldiers were placed into a … Continue reading

The American Flag is an Important Symbol

This was sent to us by our loyal subscriber Foreston. Memorial Day is a special day of commemoration and an opportunity for all of us to share critical American history and rich tradition of honoring our fallen heroes. We observe this day with moments of silence, parades, solemn ceremonies accompanied by military honor guards, and by proudly showing our patriotism by saluting our American Flag. There will be flags displayed on individual graves of those who served, on public and private buildings, lawns, public squares, waved by children and seen everywhere in remembrance of those who have paid the ultimate … Continue reading