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A Soldier’s Story

A Soldier’s Story

    By Michele Weslander Quaid On Memorial Day, and always, we remember, honor, and teach about those who have served in the military and sacrificed for our freedoms, and for the families they left behind. Today, I share with you a story that is very personal to me and my daughter, Sophia. It is […]

US Base In Iraq Latest To Be Attacked, Reportedly Retaliation For Soleimani Death

US Base In Iraq Latest To Be Attacked, Reportedly Retaliation For Soleimani Death

By Shelby Talcott | Contributor The Iraqi and United States Armed Forces’ Al-Asad air base in Iraq is under missile attack from Iran, according to multiple reports. Jennifer Griffin, the national security correspondent for Fox News, tweeted Tuesday that a “senior US military source in Iraq” confirmed the attack. Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said they […]

Triple-Amputee Veteran and Founder of Border Wall GoFundMe Shares Iraq Story

Triple-Amputee Veteran and Founder of Border Wall GoFundMe Shares Iraq Story

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist WATCH  The Purple Heart recipient who started the GoFundMe page to fund President Donald Trump’s border wall shared his story with The Daily Caller. Brian Kolfage, a U.S. Air Force Security Forces senior airman, talked about his life-changing injury that occurred when his airbase fell under rocket attack while […]

Missing Children: The Pottery Barn Rule Revisited

Missing Children: The Pottery Barn Rule Revisited

  by Thomas L. Knapp If one in five American parents couldn’t figure out where their kids were, most people would rightly see the phenomenon as a crisis and a national scandal. Grandstanding prosecutors with visions of gubernatorial campaigns dancing in their heads would conduct mass parental perp walks. Legislators would boost their presidential aspirations […]

Here’s how much ground ISIS has lost since Trump took over

Here’s how much ground ISIS has lost since Trump took over

by Jamie McIntyre | Dec 23, 2017   The defeat of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria rapidly accelerated during President Trump’s first year in office, beginning with the fall of East Mosul on Jan. 25, and continuing with a cascading series of defeats for the brutal terrorist group over the next 11 months. The campaign liberated […]

Socks for Soldiers — Boot Socks Make A Soldier Smile!

Boot Socks a Vital, but Overlooked Necessity For our troops deployed in combat roles on the front lines of Afghanistan and Iraq, a daily patrol consists of miles and miles of walking through dusty and rocky villages with bad roads or no roads at all. In this harsh terrain and with the demands of long […]

Contentious Sunday night presidential debate

Contentious Sunday night presidential debate

By George Miller – Trump vows special prosecutor for Hillary- “you should be in jail” – Hillary charges Trump unfit to be President – Moderator speaks for Clinton – Clinton promises activist court – Clinton admires Trump’s kids- not him – Battle over “Islamophobia,” Refugees, terrorism Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton came out of […]

Who Got Us Into These Endless Wars?

By Patrick J. Buchanan, Monday – August 8, 2016 at 10:54 pm “Isolationists must not prevail in this new debate over foreign policy,” warns Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations. “The consequences of a lasting American retreat from the world would be dire.” To make his case against the “Isolationist Temptation,” Haass creates […]

Another ISIS Attack Kills 125 In Central Baghdad [VIDEO]

Another ISIS Attack Kills 125 In Central Baghdad [VIDEO]

The Islamic State took credit for a massive explosion in a Baghdad marketplace Saturday night that killed at least 125 people and wounded more than 150, salve celebrating a third deadly attack on civilians in a third country in the past few days. A car bomb exploded on a busy street in the heart of […]

Dreams and War: Local Author Releases New Book

Dreams and War: Local Author Releases New Book
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