They have closed the commissaries at all military bases because of the shutdown. They have never done this in a government shutdown before. Why are they doing it this time? They are only doing this for effect.
Imagine the troops overseas right now in Germany and other countries. The prices for food in Europe are outrageous. Troops rely on commissaries to be able to eat at an affordable price. They are now forced to purchase their food in the towns around them. What about the PFC that has three kids and is living paycheck to paycheck? He has to go buy his chow in a German town at three times the price of the commissary. Continue reading “Commissary closes up shop at March base – This is a game to them”
Paul Revere Was A Terrorist… at least according to the Department of Defense.
A Department of Defense training manual obtained by a conservative watchdog group, JudicialWatch.org, points to the original American colonists as examples of an extremist movement. Continue reading “Paul Revere Was A Terrorist”
A group of World War II veterans in an Honor Flight group Tuesday knocked over barriers imposed during the government shutdown at the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C., to get inside.
As part of the federal government shutdown, national parks are closed. But the group of veterans continued to the monument Tuesday, as reported by Stars and Stripes reporter Leo Shane: Continue reading “WWII Vets Knock Over Shutdown Barrier to Visit Memorial”
Like most members of the Congress that passed it and, undoubtedly, the president of the United States who signed it, I have not read the entirety of the ill-named Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Yet there is one aspect concerning that legislation of which I am certain: I will not comply.
I will not comply because I am a free citizen of the United States, not a subject of its government. I consider non-compliance with this monstrosity and the tens of thousands of pages of regulations that are to be enforced by an unelected bureaucracy, and that have left a gigantic carbon footprint on our environment and the United States Constitution, a duty. Continue reading “I Will Not Comply With Obamacare.”
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — A woman jogging in a park while pushing her 8-month-old son in a stroller Friday morning turned the tables on a would-be attacker, hitting him over the head with a tire pump and sending him packing, she said.
Mary Jane Jarman, 33, a stay-at-home mom from Washington Heights, was jogging home on the Hudson River Greenway near the Henry Hudson Parkway and 190th Street at 9:30 a.m. Friday after dropping her daughter off at school when a man jumped out from a behind a wall holding a broken glass bottle, she said. Continue reading “Mom Jogging With Baby in Stroller Fights Off Attacker With Bike Pump”
I was sitting drinking a cold one last night and started thinking about how this all went down. It makes no sense at all. These are some things that I think prove it is all a lie. There is a lot more to it, I could write down things that don’t make sense about this all day long. This one is definitely a false flag event.
1. This guy spent four years in the navy reserves as a computer programmer. There is no way he was knowledgeable enough with an AR to shoot that many people from a distance. The Navy reserves don’t train that much with ARs. The Navy Reserves do some familiarization training and qualify in Basic Training. They are not by any means qualified at the level that this guy would have had to be to do the damage that he did. They say he shot down from high ground at a pretty good distance. If he actually did the shooting, he was trained by someone. It is very possible that some of the folks deployed from the Park Police Choppers did most of the shooting and this guy was already dead. Continue reading “A Few Points that Show the Navy Yard Shooting was a False Flag”
People are starting to wake up.
Lafayette police are trying to find out who placed two cardboard cutout images of crashing planes at the 9-11 Memorial in downtown Lafayette.
The 3D graffiti was apparently placed at the monument overnight. Police say they are in the process of removing it. Continue reading “Graffiti of crashing planes placed on downtown 9-11 monument”
Married gay couples living in all U.S. states can file joint federal tax returns, even if local authorities don’t recognize their marriages, the Obama administration said today.
The decision by the Treasury Department implements the Supreme Court’s decision in June to overturn part of the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which had forbidden the Internal Revenue Service from letting married homosexual couples file jointly. Continue reading “Gay Spouses in All States Can File Joint Taxes, U.S. Says”
I don’t believe a lot of what I read on Before It’s News, et. al., until I see the facts for myself. I always do my own research. There are a lot of folks out there making things up just to get their names out on the net.
The rumor that has been going around about no one in the Army getting to take leave during the month of September and October is one of the things I had to see for myself. If that were true, that is a very big deal. It doesn’t happen very often. Continue reading “Spot Report From the Trenches: No Leave for Army – September and October”
I’ve cobbling this entry together between uptime and downtime over the last couple of weeks so bear with me on this one. I think there’s a fundamental misunderstanding of how counter-insurgency intelligence and exploitation systems work so I’m going to touch on them a bit in this entry. It’s by no means comprehensive as that would take an entire volume to document. So what I’m going to attempt to do here is give the reader some insight into how an insurgency is identified, exploited, and targeted using a fairly simple and brief scenario. Continue reading “How They Hunt”