Category: National Defense

Wreckage of Soleimani's Vehicle

Death of a Monster

Iran is a global sponsor of terror.  They’ve been on the U.S. list of terrorist nations since 1984.  Their Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and its subordinate special operations organization the Quds Force (In Arabic, Jerusalem is most commonly known as al-Quds, meaning “The Holy Sanctuary”) which specializes in unconventional warfare and operates globally organizing,

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Congress is Addicted to Spending YOUR Money

The 2018 Consolidated Appropriations Act (Omnibus)

The $1.3 trillion 2018 “Omnibus Spending Bill” officially became the “Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) of 2018” when it was signed into law by President Donald Trump on March 23, 2018. Obviously, the passage of the Act avoids a government shutdown, and gets us out of the cycle of endless “Continuing Resolutions Acts” which fund the government for only

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Veterans Day 2016

Today is Veterans Day – a day we set aside as a federal holiday and national public appreciation for all who have served in the defense of our freedom since our nation’s founding (although the official holiday is only about 90 years old.)  Originally known as Armistice Day, Veterans Day pays homage to ALL who

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Between the Candle and the Dark

Happy Thanksgiving America! Another year is drawing to a close.  Another year for which to be thankful.  Christmas is on the way.  This is not a time to think about the troubles of the world.  It’s a time to rejoice and be with family and loved ones.  You are rightfully thankful for all the standard

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Veteran’s Day 2013

Veteran’s Day; most of you will be off tomorrow for Veteran’s Day, Monday the 11th of November (it’s already Monday morning here.) It’s a good chance for a last BBQ before winter really sets in. For the Vets among you – thank you for your service. There is no higher calling in life in my

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