Monthly Archives: February 2015

China Just Sided With Russia Over The Ukraine Conflict

When it comes to the Ukraine proxy war, which started in earnest just about one year ago with the violent coup that overthrew then president Yanukovich and replaced him with a local pro-US oligarch, there has been no ambiguity who … Continue reading

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Russian warships allowed at ports of Cyprus for humanitarian purposes

Cyprus’ permission for Russian warships to call at the ports of the Mediterranean country was issued as an extension to a previously concluded agreement and not the new one, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said on Thursday. The addition to the … Continue reading

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Patriot Nurse: How to Make a Mobile Bandage Kit
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Andrew Klavan: Good News, Beheaded Christians

Good news! Our optimistic host, Andrew Klavan, takes a look at President Obama’s belief that no religion is responsible for terrorism. Sure, everywhere you look now days savages screaming Allahu Akbar are raping, murdering, decapitating and burning innocents, but hey, … Continue reading

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What a Deal! Thanks Obama

5.56x45MM PMC X-TAC GREEN TIP M855 NATO 62 GRAIN FULL METAL JACKET (1000 ROUNDS) $650.00 PMC X-TAC ammunition comes from South Korea, where it is manufactured to military specifications by one of South Korea’s top defense contractors. This case of … Continue reading

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Disgusting: Transgender? Now you can declare it on Facebook

Facebook has given another thumbs up to social progression with the introduction of a custom gender option for all Facebook US English users worldwide. Now, rather than being restricted to female or male, users can enter just about whatever they … Continue reading

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Leo Gerald: It’s for the Communities

Overwork and fatigue of refinery workers and the health and safety of both workers and the surrounding community are the main issues, as they have been for many years (although this is the first national refinery strike in roughly 40 years, … Continue reading

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If it were only this easy …

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Lynch AG nomination clears committee with GOP votes, amid charges of racism

The Senate Judiciary Committee cleared Loretta Lynch on Thursday to be the next attorney general, virtually guaranteeing she will be confirmed in the full Senate next month, even as Democrats intimated that Republicans who opposed her were guilty of racism. Ms. Lynch, … Continue reading

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Split FCC approves ‘net neutrality’ plan; dissenters decry Obama ‘power grab’

A divided Federal Communications Commission Thursday approved the so-called “net neutrality” plan that critics warn will impose broad new regulations on Americans’ activities on the Internet. The commissioners approved the plan by a party-line vote of 3-2, with majority Democrats … Continue reading

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Obama: There Will Be “Consequences” For ICE Employees Who Don’t Follow Immigration Executive Order

More… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ So much for the rule of law. Executive orders have trumped what little was left of the Constitution. How’s that Republican controlled Congress working out? David DeGerolamo

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Obama to ban bullets by executive action, threatens top-selling AR-15 rifle

It’s starting. As promised, President Obama is using executive actions to impose gun control on the nation, targeting the top-selling rifle in the country, the AR-15 style semi-automatic, with a ban on one of the most-used AR bullets by sportsmen … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Police State

Today we filed a lawsuit in federal court on behalf of University of Massachusetts-Amherst student Thomas Donovan. The case is against Town of Amherst police officers, who Mr. Donovan alleges assaulted and falsely arrested him for videotaping police activity at … Continue reading

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AAR: Pathfinder from Class 43-1

“Pathfinder” is a retired Army flag-officer who attended the Intelligence Collection & Analysis Course (ICAC). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I was first introduced to the [Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB)] process in 1989 at the Army Command & General Staff College.  Applied … Continue reading

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