Category: American Military

May 6, 2011

Always Proud To be An American

Filed under: American Military,War On Terror - 06 May 2011

Osama Bin Laden is finally dead, alleluia, alleluia. This animal was sent to Hell by our unmatched, courageous Navy Seals Special Operations, Team 6. God Bless these elite protectors of freedom. God Bless all our brave Men and Women serving, …

May 5, 2011

Bin Laden Dead, but Work Not Done

The Death of Usama Bin Laden, despite the harrumphs of the scolds, is a cause for celebration. Let’s be clear, those navy seals didn’t “murder” anyone, whether he was armed or not. Murder means that someone kills an innocent person, …

April 28, 2011

Obama orders review of military budget cuts

Filed under: American Military,In The News - 28 Apr 2011

President Barack Obama is continuing to pursue his goal of cutting U.S. military spending in spite of American forces active in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and other locations throughout the world.

April 18, 2011

Obama’s speech: President plans cuts to defense budget

President Barack Obama, during his much heralded speech on Wednesday, mentioned his desire to “seek additional savings” within the U.S. Armed Forces which likely entail cuts to the Defense Department’s fiscal 2013 budget.

April 1, 2011

Presidential Hopelessness

His Highest our President Barack Hussein Obama, “The Chosen One” has done it again. He portrayed his arrogance to the highest capacity. He has successfully imbedded his own manufactured inabilities to lead our Nation of proven bravery and greatness. His …

March 24, 2011

Operation Odyssey Dawn launched against Khadhafi’s regime

French-led coalition forces on Saturday launched “Operation Odyssey Dawn” to enforce U.N. Security Council’s Resolution 1973 to protect the Libyan people from that troubled nation’s dictator, according to the Pentagon.

February 19, 2011

The Alternative Engine – The Not-So-Little Engine That Wouldn’t Go Away

by: Van D. Hipp, Jr.

The federal government’s penchant for wasting taxpayer money is nothing new. Sadly, it’s what we’ve come to expect.

And while the infamous $436 hammers and $600 toilet seats are distant memories, the current crop of …

February 12, 2011

Boondoggle and priority spending test for elected “Tea Party” congress

Filed under: American Military - 12 Feb 2011

by Dr. Laurie Roth

Recently I got a call from the Former Deputy Secretary of the Army describing the recent push to spend up to $2.9 billion on a new and different second engine for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. …

February 11, 2011

U.S. Senate: Fort Hood shooter’s radicalism ignored by superiors

The U.S. Army major who killed 13 people — 12 soldiers, one civilian — and wounded 32 others was known to be a radical Islamist by his superiors but no action against his display of radicalism was taken, according to …

December 24, 2010

Repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell – The Doctrine of Fools

Filed under: American Military - 24 Dec 2010

With eight GOP Senators joining the vote to repeal DADT, including much heralded Scott Brown (R) of Massachusetts now gays can prance in array around the military just like they now do in the classrooms, the media and everywhere else …

December 3, 2010

Wikileaks leaker an angry and confused soldier

Army Specialist Bradley Manning is again making headlines about his role in leaking classified documents to a so-called blogger who has subsequently released tens of thousands of military and diplomatic secrets. Last August, the Law Enforcement Examiner introduced readers to …

November 21, 2010

Honoring and Defending Our Protectors

The Thanksgiving Holiday is just around the corner, which is followed by the welcomed hectic, reaction of unlimited exuberance and affection that brings out a multiple display of exciting blissful acts of warmth associated with the festive Christmas season.

November 18, 2010

Leak of Pentagon’s gay and lesbian study creates frenzy

Filed under: American Military - 18 Nov 2010

The U.S. military officials and commanders on Friday reacted to the reported document leaks as the U.S. prepares to repeal the ban on gays and lesbians openly identifying themselves as homosexual members of the Armed Services.

October 31, 2010

Voting is a privilege that must be protected for everyone, even the military

Filed under: American Military,Elections & Voting - 31 Oct 2010

By: David Coughlin (dscough@yahoo.com)

American citizens are privileged to participate in governing their nation by means of their vote. For a number of reasons fewer than 50% vote in any given election. More and more instances of voter fraud have …

September 29, 2010

BARBER: ‘Gays,’ guns and mad social science

Filed under: American Military - 29 Sep 2010

While preaching to the choir at his April 12 Nuclear Security Summit, President Obama revealed his perspective on America’s matchless military might: “Whether we like it or not,” he said, “we (the United States) remain a dominant military superpower.” That …

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