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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Military Monday: Mom of Soldier Returns Flag to Mom of Soldier

7-28-14 5:37 PM EST: This is a story about two Mothers, both with soldier sons, one of them lost her son. The other soldier's Mom wanted to return something to her that she never knew existed. It was an American flag with autographs and special personal notes to that fallen soldier from his brothers in arms. Brothers who cherished him, fought with him, appreciated him.

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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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Israel Air Force: Surgical strike on a Missile Warehouse in Sudan

7-21-14 3:32 PM EST: Did you hear about this? The Israeli Air Force performed jet surgery on a warehouse in Sudan which was housing missiles destined for Gaza in a not so secret wham, blam, thank you Imam, for Sudan. (if you'd please pronounce Imam to make it rhyme with Ma'am. I'd really appreciate it.)

In addition, Iran is helping Hamas coordinate attacks on Israel, and has a command operating headquarters in Lebanon. A strategically placed Hebrew sniper could turn some of those heads at headquarters into quarters of heads with another wham, blam, thank you Imam series of strategic strikes, aka headshots.

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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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Tahmooressi Ordered Back To Jail by Mexican Judge: Updated

7-10-14 10:01 AM EST: Sgt Andrew Tahmooressi spent hours and hours in a court proceeding yesterday which ran well into the evening. Though his legal counsel and mother express some confidence in what will eventually come from this, the judge ordered Tahmooressi back to jail.

The good Sgt did get to spend about 20 minutes with his Mother, who said he is strong.

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Military Monday Salute: Remembering Vietnam and Our Veterans

8-4-14 11:36 AM EST: If I could turn back time, and just change one thing - I would make sure that when guys came back from Vietnam, they came back to a nation who appreciated what they tried to do, a grateful nation and one who cared about them.

Before the Vietnam War, it seems that America still held real values, duty, honor and courage. They cared about their neighbors, cared about our troops and held honor and respect for those who had fought in places like Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima, Germany, Italy, France, and North Africa. These men were given honor for saving, liberating hundreds of thousands and fighting a well-defined evil. Things changed after that, and guys sent as boys to Vietnam came home as men beyond their years to too many people who hated them. That makes me sad.

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Sgt Andrew Tahmooressi To Finally Get Day In Court

7-8-14 8:27 PM EST: Andrew Tahmooressi will get a day in court on his 101st day in Mexican captivity. That's no thanks whatsoever to Obama who as far as we can tell made no effort to fast track this case for an exemplary marine who accidentally crossed into Mexico. Here's hoping justice prevails and he is finally released on that day. Tomorrow!

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Jesse Ventura "Wins" Defamation Suit Against Chris Kyle

7-30-14 11:12 AM EST: What do you think about Jesse Ventura winning a lawsuit against former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle? If you'll recall Chris wrote in his book that he was attending a wake for a fellow military man who threw himself on a grenade to save his brothers, and Jesse Ventura came in and began saying vile things about service people. Chris warned him to stop, Jesse kept on, and Chris decked him. I distinctly remember Chris relating that story on Fox News a couple of years back.

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Who Do I Want To Be Like When I Grow Up? Military Monday

7-7-14 12:39 PM EST: How many of us remember when we were kids in school, we had to write a story on something like, “Who we most admire and why” or “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I remember writing such stuff, but can’t really remember who I admired most. I’ve admired a lot of folks through my life, but as I grew up, those I admired were much more worth admiring. 

One lady I’ve grown to admire incredibly the past few years is someone I remember seeing on TV when I was a kid. While I don’t remember seeing her movies, she was in commercials and guest starred on TV shows. She often called herself Big Mouth. Some of you might know now who I’m talking about.

She was born Margaret Teresa Yvonne Reed, most folks know her as Martha Raye, but to those who loved her, she was Col. Maggie.

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