Archive for: September 6, 2006

September 6, 2006

Hezbollah’s UAVs Concern Israel and United States Security Experts

Filed under: War On Terror - 06 Sep 2006

Use of technologically advanced unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, by Hezbollah during its 34-day conflict with Israel, is causing both American and Israeli defense officials attempting to formulate an effective defense against drone attacks.

Warrior Ethos Drives Search for Missing Soldiers

Filed under: American Military - 06 Sep 2006

Army News Service reported recently that Sergeant Keith “Matt” Maupin had been promoted to Staff Sergeant, his third promotion since being captured as a Private First Class after his convoy was attacked by insurgents near Baghdad, Iraq on April 9, …

War between the U.S. and Mexico?

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,Immigration - 06 Sep 2006

Discussion of illegal immigration and the invasion of illegal immigrants have given speculation how a second Mexican-American war would look. A former Army colonel recently said to me, “It definitely wouldn’t be a conventional war.

Is Juan Williams A Mole?

“Emancipation” unveils the truth that the Republican Party was actually birthed out of the minds of congressmen who shared a common cause: a hatred for slavery and the desire to eliminate pro-slavery legislation from the House and Senate.

Something All Americans Can Give to Victims and Heroes of 9/11

Filed under: American Society & Heritage,War On Terror - 06 Sep 2006

President Roosevelt’s speech about the “a day that will live in infamy” was the rallying cry for millions of Americans all throughout the dark years that followed the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Following that speech …