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HIGHLIGHTS FROM A BACKGROUND BRIEFING WITH SENIOR US INTELLIGENCE AND DEFENSE OFFICIALS ON THE DEATH OF OSAMA bin LADEN

At 1:10 a.m. Monday preparations were made for OBL’s religious rites to be given onboard the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier in the North Arabian Sea. In accordance with Islamic practice he was washed and wrapped in a white sheet before being buried at sea at 2am Eastern. His body was placed on board a prepared flat board and then “eased into the sea” at 2 am. During the firefight “he did resist” he was…


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THERE IS NO ANSWER GOOD ENOUGH

By: David Bailey © January 10, 2011 THERE IS NO ANSWER GOOD ENOUGH It shouldn’t amaze me, but it does, that pundits and politicians will take any tragedy and try to turn it into an opportunity to bang their political drums. The tragedy in Tucson is no exception. It started with the Pima County Sheriff, Clarence Dupnik, when he took it upon himself to make baseless innuendos and comments during a press conference that placed…


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HONORING ANOTHER AMERICAN HERO

Private First Class Austin Staggs of Weatherford, TX was killed on November 29, in the Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, along with 5 of his battle mates. Pfc. Staggs died of wounds suffered when an insurgent attacked their unit with small arms fire. Also killed in the attack were: Sgt. 1st Class Barry E. Jarvis, 36, of Tell City, Ind. Staff Sgt. Curtis A. Oakes, 29, of Athens, Ohio. Spc. Matthew W. Ramsey, 20, of Quartz Hill,…


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SOVEREIGN CITIZENS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

Is it possible to be a conservative, believe in Constitutional rights, such as the Second Amendment, and not support extremists? Absolutely! I bring this video to your attention as a reminder that if you wear a uniform, you are a target to extremist on either side of the polictical spectrum. This is a video produced by the Southern Poverty Law Center on the killing of two West Memphis, Arkansas, police officers on May 20, 2010….


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LAYING TO REST AN AMERICAN HERO – SGT. JASON MCCLUSKEY

On Saturday, November 13, 2010 I made the trip from DFW to McAlester, OK to attend the funeral of another fallen soldier, Army Sgt. Jason McCluskey. While I try to attend any local funeral I can, this one was a little further than normal but I felt it was important to be there since there were supposed to be “protestors” there to offend the family, town and get publicity. Everyone knows who these inbred nutbags…