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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Killing Bin Laden: Like so many others, the final decision to pull the trigger on the world’s most-wanted man was delegated to an admiral who undoubtedly would have been thrown under the bus had the mission failed. It’s been almost a … Continue reading
Robert E. Lee January 19, 1807 – October 12, 1870 Early Life Born Robert Edward Lee January 19, 1807 at Stratton Hill Station Westmoreland County, Virginia to father Major General Henry Lee lll (Light Horse Harry) and to mother … Continue reading
I received this in an e-mail and although I don’t know what the original source was it is a great example of how crazy things have gotten in America. Topshot You know you live in anUpside-down Land if… A Muslim … Continue reading
Try this thought experiment: You decide to donate money to Mitt Romney. You want change in the Oval Office, so you engage in your democratic right to send a check. Several days later, President Barack Obama, the most powerful man … Continue reading
Ulysses S. Grant April 27, 1822-July 23, 1885 General and President General Grant President Grant Early Life Born Hiram Ulysses Grant to Father Jesse Root Grant and Mother Hannah Simpson in Point Pleasant, Ohio on April 27, 1822 Ulysses … Continue reading
As I rolled over, my eyes snapped opened, I looked at the alarm clock and sprung out of bed. Oh my God, I’ve overslept. I rush around, grabbing a cup of coffee and proceeded to call work, get ready and … Continue reading
From Appleton, Wis., to Prescott Valley, Ariz., activists nationwide are ensuring that the 99% Spring is in full bloom. They are gathering and training this week of April 9-15 – and planning “non-violent direct action” they say will help them … Continue reading
General George S. Patton Jr. November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945 The life and career of General Patton would in the least be called colorful. “Old Blood and Guts” as he was known by his troops was first and … Continue reading
A conservative think tank is making fresh conflict of interest allegations against consumer electronics giant Apple and its most famous board member, former vice president and green energy advocate Al Gore. Apple plans to fuel a new data center in … Continue reading
This crop of New Black Panther leaders make Stokely Carmichael look like a Sister of Mercy. The Blaze: The New Black Panthers had a group phone call Friday to discuss the April 9 rally for Trayvon Martin. Hosted primarily by Michelle … Continue reading
Gas 7 Dollars A Gallon In California $7 dollar gas prices. While much of the country is grousing about soaring fuel costs — averaging just a few pennies under $4 a gallon nationwide — the 3,700 residents of Catalina Island, … Continue reading
Where Are Obama, Jackson & Sharpton when 18-Year-Old Chicago Man Dies Over a Pair of Sneakers in Gary, Ind.?
Gary, Ind. – A Chicago man who recently moved to Gary, Indiana to try and turn his life around, lost it over a pair of sneakers. Sergio Pinex, 18, was returning from a store with a friend Thursday morning, walking … Continue reading