Memorial Day Tribute to the Shoulders We Stand On
Her name is Maria Georgieva, and I have known her for over 20 years. I last saw Mimi in 2008 just after I began writing at RedState. Their baby, Georgi, was only two or three then. Now her children are 20,18 and 14. For Many Easters I would send them Peeps, those little packages of 100% sugar candy baby ducklings that are guaranteed to rot kids’ teeth out.
Mimi had a prominent sales location at the very prestigious open air market ...Continue Reading →
Below is a piece by Carol Brown and published by American Thinker, Apr 29, 2020.
I add an editorial comment here, for it is not just an historical comparison of deadly viruses, but both are within living memory for our Vietnam Generation… and for those of us in our 60s-and-70s today, for some reason the ’68 flu sort of slipped our minds even though we had lived through it…perhaps because we were in our 20s then, when we saw things ...Continue Reading →
This Is a film, not a documentary, and not a single drop of documentary news reel is involved, yet, most people when they see it, think that it is.
Watch this film and Study this film:
At least three times, for at least three different purposes:
(The following was sent to me, and reprinted with his permission. Found only on Twitter @elboneverdies, Point E Elbo, ex-submariner. Very clever, Please pass on.)
I’m assigned to the 52nd Gender Fluid Battalion.
In-fighting has occurred whenever hard work needs to be done. When heavy lifting is required many start identifying as female. When cooking is required they identify as male.
Communication is hard among the troops. ...
As a shop steward (aka union representative) of a company that I worked for decades ago, I performed all union duties during my off-time from work. Only once did I attend a union function on company time and that was because my presence was requested at on on-going contract negotiation between management and the union. My presence which lasted no longer than thirty minutes was agreed upon by both parties to which I obliged. Before that day and ever since, all ...Continue Reading →
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis, Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and other senior officials honor veterans during the 65th annual national Veterans Day observance at Arlington National Cemetery, Va., Nov. 11, 2018.
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Published on Nov 11, 2018 by U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs
This episode of The American Veteran features stories about: Charles Norman Shay, a 94-year old Penobscot tribal elder, who served in WWII as a combat medic landing on Omaha Beach in the first wave; a 27-piece salsa band made up entirely of military Veterans; an Army Veteran applies the unbreakable warrior spirit to wheelchair basketball; a Navy Veteran who, with help from ...Continue Reading →
Meet Sergeant Major John L. Canley, a retired marine, America. Canley is the 300th recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Remarks by President Trump at the Presentation of the Medal of Honor to Gunnery Sergeant John L. Canley
THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Thank you. And thank ...