Articles from November 2015

Planned Genocide Executive Vice President Lecturing Others About Violence

The irony, it is burning: While many Republican presidential candidates have condemned the shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic, The leftist garbage propaganda rag, ABC, of course implying that the other candidates are endorsing it… Planned Parenthood Genocide today accused some of those same GOP candidates of contributing to the creation of a “toxic

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A Belated Thanksgiving Note

And a totally stolen one at that; I stumbled across this on Kevin Sorbo’s FB page. Yes, Hercules is a conservative Christian, who knew right? In any case, an interesting read as we wait for more details on the Colorado shooter and brace for the renewed assaults on our civil liberties that will surely follow.

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This About Sums it Up, Yes

Shamelessly culturally appropriated (we hear this expression is all the rage with the “cool” kids these days) from Liberty’s Torch: Thatisall.


Via the Associated (with terrorists) Press: MOSCOW (AP) — In a move raising the potential threat of a Russia-NATO conflict, Russia said Wednesday it will deploy long-range air defense missiles to its base in Syria and destroy any target that may threaten its warplanes following the downing of a Russian military jet by Turkey. Told

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This World Got Interesting Quick, Didn’t It?

We mean, after having been dragged (OK, mostly dragging ourself) back into watching the sickening, idiotic goings-on of the real world, we find that the Assnugget-in-Chief has officially abdicated any role in the Middle East and left it to Volodya Putin (masterful move there, champ! Now we can’t get involved even if we DO want

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Now this has GOT to hurt

Piers Morgan opened his mouth. Inserted his feet. And was promptly smacked upside the head in EPIC fashion.

Veteran’s Day

I don’t need a photo album, or a uniform hanging in my closet, to remind me that I served. My aching joints and failing hearing do that quite well. Lately though, I have needed some help reminding me why. Why did I do it? A man can be forgiven a little bitterness when he looks

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My Beloved Corps

Over the years I have written many a post celebrating the Marine Corps’ birthday. Like Marines themselves they have been an odd assortment of the funny, the ribald, the eloquent, and the sentimental. Today is the 240th birthday of the Corps and I find myself some what at a loss for words, except for one;

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