Monthly Archives: September 2012

This Day in U.S. Military History ……October 1

1 October 1768 – English troops under General Gage landed in Boston. Soldiers drawn chiefly from the 14th and 29th Infantry Regiments, and numbering about 700 men, landed at Boston without opposition. 1781 – The youngest of eleven children, James … Continue reading

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Sad day for Babylon 5 fans….ISN NEWS: THE ZOCALO TODAY….B5 fans will understand that.

The Zocalo Today Editors Note: To my fellow B5 fans, Commander Sinclair [Michael O'Hara] has joined Dr. Franklin [Richard Biggs] and G’Kar [Andreas Katsulas]on the Rim. They will be missed. TS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2012   A NOTE TO MICHAEL’S … Continue reading

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US Embassy issues terror warning for Americans in Egypt

Citing credible threat to women engaged in missionary activities, diplomats urge citizens to exercise vigilance Editors Note: Now how much sense does it make to send billions of dollars to arm the Muslim Brotherhood that hates America and Israel? I … Continue reading

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U.S. Move to Give Egypt $450 Million in Aid Meets Resistance

¶ The Obama administration notified Congress on Friday that it would provide Egypt’s new government an emergency cash infusion of $450 million, but the aid immediately encountered resistance from a prominent lawmaker wary of foreign aid and Egypt’s new course … Continue reading

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This Day in U.S. Military History ……September 30

30 September 1777 – The Congress of the United States, forced to flee in the face of advancing British forces, moved to York, Pennsylvania. 1800 – U.S. concludes treaty of peace with France, ending Quasi War with France. 1864 – … Continue reading

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This Day in U.S. Military History……September 29

29 September 1789 – The U.S. War Department established a regular U.S. army with a strength of several hundred men. 1812 – Seminole Indians ambushed Marines at Twelve Mile Swamp, Florida. 1850 – Pres. Millard Fillmore named Mormon leader Brigham … Continue reading

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This Day in U.S. Military History……September 28

28 September 1542 – Portuguese explorer Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo sails into present-day San Diego Bay during the course of his explorations of the northwest shores of Mexico on behalf of Spain. It was the first known European encounter with California. … Continue reading

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Democrat Senate Hopeful Warren Exposed As Complete Fraud

Politics: Democrat Elizabeth Warren has framed her race in  Massachusetts against Sen. Scott Brown  around integrity and intellect, as if  she’s a cut above other pols. In fact, she’s beneath even the sleaziest. On top of fraudulently claiming minority Indian … Continue reading

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Morning Examiner: Obama’s Libya lies crumble

We seemed to have reached a tipping point in the liberal media’s coverage of the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. This morning, The Washington Post has published to the web a devastating timeline of Obama administration statements on … Continue reading

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Flash Back – ‘The War on Terror Is Over’

In light of the murder of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans on 9-11-12 and the cover up by the administration, ie Blaming the murders on a obscure You – Tube video, until today, when Fox News is reporting “ Sources confirm … Continue reading

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This Day in U.S. Military History……September 27

September 27 27 September 1777 – At the Battle of Germantown the British defeated Washington’s army. English General William Howe occupied Philadelphia. 1779 – John Adams was named to negotiate the Revolutionary War’s peace terms with Britain. 1787 – The … Continue reading

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This Day in U.S. Military History……September 26

September 26 26 September 1777 – The British army launched a major offensive during the American Revolution, capturing Philadelphia. 1781 – French fleet defeats British at Yorktown, VA. 1789 – Thomas Jefferson was appointed America’s first Secretary of State; John … Continue reading

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Iran Preps New Drones American assets put at risk by new Iranian UAVs

Intelligence from a downed U.S. drone could have helped Iranian engineers produce a newly unveiled unmanned aircraft reportedly capable of shooting targets from 31 miles away and reaching an altitude of 15,000 feet, according to a U.S. Army analysis. The … Continue reading

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Reid: Romney ‘not the face of Mormonism’

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid lashed out at Mitt Romney’s faith during a conference call with reporters, saying he is “not the face of Mormonism” and suggesting he has tarnished the religion. Reid, a Democrat and the highest-ranking Mormon in … Continue reading

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Obama to UN: It’s Not My Fault Stevens is Dead

Passing the buck in dramatic fashion on the world stage, President Barack Obama told the UN General Assembly this morning that the U.S. government was not responsible for the anti-Islam video that he once again blamed for recent attacks on … Continue reading

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Howard Stern Interviews Obama Supporters 2012

Howard Stern contributors Sal and Richard travel to Harlem to interview Obama supporters and ask them why they are voting for Obama. Stern and his crew ask denizens of Harlem various outrageous questions, including if they believe Obama will find … Continue reading

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At U.N., Obama downplays terrorism in Libya attack

“The events of the last two weeks speak to the need for all of us to address honestly the tensions between the West and an Arab World moving to democracy,” he said. “Just as we cannot solve every problem in … Continue reading

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Muslim-led nations seek global ban on insults of Muhammad

Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, whose country boasts the world’s largest Muslim population, has condemned the film and called on “the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the U.N. to mull over international protocol to prevent such things like this from … Continue reading

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Raytheon Trimode Seeker Work Progresses With SDB II

Raytheon officials insist the Small-Diameter Bomb II, a sophisticated weapon for the Pentagon designed to destroy moving targets, will be ready for production in 2014 despite a delay in the development project. The SDB II is being readied for a … Continue reading

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President Obama: The Future Must Not Belong to Those Who Slander the Prophet of Islam

Editors Note: Video is on link. President Barack Obama addressed the United Nations General Assembly this morning and claimed the future must not belong to those who target Coptic Christians in Egypt, those who bully women, the corrupt few who … Continue reading

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Senators look for a way out of sequestration

A bipartisan group of six senators announced Monday that they are trying to find a way to avoid sequestration in January. The group includes the Democratic chairman and ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee, both of whom said … Continue reading

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Veterans retreating from President Obama

President Barack Obama is trying hard to win veterans, but it looks like they’d prefer a new commander in chief. The Obama campaign had been hoping that veterans and their families — especially among the post-Sept. 11 generation that served … Continue reading

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Don’t Mess With A Marine Gunny

A gunny’s reaction to a college football player has earned him an interesting fan appreciation: He was made into a funny GIF that’s making its rounds on the Internet. Gunnery Sgt. Stephen Roberts is the Assistant Marine Officer Instructor for the NROTC … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton Shows True Face – Redistribute the Wealth by Taxing the “Elite” Everywhere

Hillary Clinton: Raise Taxes on the Rich Everywhere It’s no secret that the foreign policy of the United States tends to reflect the world views of the occupant of the White House. Sure, there used to be some homage paid … Continue reading

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Rumor Control: U.N. ATT and POA, Bad but Different

By National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action  The latest rumor making its way through the darker corners of the internet is an inaccurate spin on the U.N.’s never-ending mission to disarm the American people. The rumors vary, but some … Continue reading

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