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Monthly Archives: October 2012
The U.S. Mission in Benghazi convened an “emergency meeting” less than a month before the assault that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans, because Al Qaeda had training camps in Benghazi and the consulate could not defend against … Continue reading
1 November 1620 – 41 Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower, anchored off Massachusetts, signed a compact calling for a “body politick.” 102 Pilgrims stepped ashore. They called themselves Saints and the others Strangers. One passenger died enroute and 2 were born … Continue reading
A special thanks to @WayneLaster for the tip….OM Nick Kimmel has been a baseball fan his entire life, but he never could have imagined four years ago that the game he loves would play such an important role in helping him get … Continue reading
With a week to go until Election Day, the nasty campaign tactics are coming out. People in Florida, Virginia and Indiana have gotten calls falsely telling them they can vote early by phone and don’t need to go to a polling place. … Continue reading
31 October 1803 – Congress ratified the purchase of the entire Louisiana area in North America, which added territory to the United States for 13 subsequent states. 1861 – Citing failing health, General Winfield Scott, commander of the Union forces, … Continue reading
Veterans Day is soon approaching and there are many restaurants and companies who want to thank our veterans by providing them with discounts or a free meal. To those companies offering veterans a free meal or discount, the military community … Continue reading
Editors Note: What happened to General Petraeus that he has fallen in line with the lies and falsehoods put forth by the Obama Administration? Why would the head of the CIA say the the terrorist attack was a “Spontaneous Demonstration” … Continue reading
Much has been made of President Obama’s considerable use of the pronoun “I” on the night he announced to the nation the killing of Osama bin Laden. As Mark Bowden notes in his recently published account of the killing and the … Continue reading
30 October 1799 – William Balch becomes Navy’s first commissioned Chaplain. 1862 – Dr. Richard Gatling patented a machine gun. The Gatling Gun consisted of six barrels mounted in a revolving frame. A later version with ten barrels, fired 320 … Continue reading
Editors Note: HE’S OFFENDED???? Well Mr. President I am offended and most Americans are offended that you and your administration saw fit and continue to see fit to lie to the American people and the world. You knew real time … Continue reading