Marines Stand Guard Over Their Brother At Funeral Home

8-19-14 1:05 PM EST: As difficult as it is to consider all of our fallen service men and women throughout the years, who've given everything they had to give defending us and our blessed Constitution, it may be even more sorrowful when a highly decorated Marine like Cpl. Robert Richards makes it back home after losing what he loved most in this world, other than perhaps his wife and family, and passes on from what appears to be a toxic mix of prescribed medications.

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Israel Surpasses U.S. As World's Top Drone Exporter

8-18-14 10:59 AM EST: Israel is in a constant stage of seige and therefor readiness. They've been attacked from all sides, and have rockets flying into civilian populations all the time. Playgrounds, schools and homes have ready, and rapidly accessible bomb shelters. Often the people have about 15 seconds to enter those after repetitive sirens sound. For people in israel, hearing those sirens occurs much more often than hearing their alarm clocks, and how they ever get any sleep at all is a curiosity I'd not want to experience.

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America's Da Bomb! Food and Water Is Fine, But It's Our Bombs

8-9-14 12:07 PM EST: America pulls back, bad guys rush in. The U.S. goes soft, terrorists go hard. Does killing terrorists create more terrorists? Look, now you see him, now you don't. Now he's a jihadi, now he's pinkish mist. So no, killing a terrorist removes him from the realm of the living on Earth so he can live anew in Hell. It also does a pretty good job at keeping him from reproducing, and dramatically lowers his bowling average.

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Six Flags Turns Marine Away From Entrance: Shirt Problems

8-15-14 10:22 AM EST: I didn't even know New Jersey had a Six Flags park. Maybe they shouldn't. Why? Because it offends me, that's why. Does this one offend you?

N.J. veteran says Six Flags denied him admission over shirt supporting Marines

Mario Alejandro was ready for a fight when he was part of the initial invasion of Iraq in 2003 as a member of the U.S. Marine Corps.

Where he did not expect a fight was at Six Flags Great Adventure while taking his children there for a birthday party.

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Predictions Of Long Campaign In Iraq: "Must Neutralize Enemy"

8-8-14 11:18 AM thru 1:00 PM EST: (Many Updates!) “We must neutralize this enemy,” Army Lt. Gen. Mick Bednarek, U.S. chief of the Office of Security and Cooperation-Iraq told a Military Times reporter. “This is not just an Iraqi issue. This is not just a regional issue.”

Now this is one group I'd like to see get it's collective arses annihilated. Time to hasten their visit to Allah, so "he" can sort 'em out. Personally, I think Allah is Satan himself, and it's much hotter than Iraq where they're all going to visit him.

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Marine Sniper Robert Richards (28) Found Dead. Read On.

8-14-14 7:29 PM EST: This is a sad story all the way around, for Marine Sniper Robert Richards, his wife, friends and family, and for many other reasons I won't go into here, but perhaps you might want to discuss below.

Richards was one of four Marines who were filmed urinating on dead Taliban fighters. Fighters who had killed some of their brothers. One of which was cut apart, dragged through the streets, and had IED's set amongst his various body parts, so that when he was found, those gathering his parts would also be killed.

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Andrew Tahmooressi Gets Another Day In Court On Day 127

8-4-14 2:29 PM EST: Andrew Tahmooressi is back in court today in a hearing which is supposed to last several hours. His Mother had state department escort this time, so that's a good sign. She was strip searched the first time she attended the hearing.

In Mexico they do not have jury trials so this will be heard and decided by a single judge.

In a few hours we should know the outcome of this second hearing.

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