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On ISIS and the Syrian Refugee Crisis: Peace Takes Courage, So We Will Have War

Syrian refugees having rest at the floor of Keleti railway station. Refugee crisis. Budapest, Hungary, Central Europe, 5 September 2015.

A day after ISIS operatives killed over a hundred people in Paris, the French military dropped some bombs on Raqqa, Syria—the de facto capital of the Islamic State. The attack was mostly symbolic, as probably no ISIS agents were killed.

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The VA gets Embarrassed by Fox & Friends!

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  Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald has a policy of handing out his cell phone number if veterans need to get a hold of him. Here’s what happened when Fox and Friends decided to test that claim. When

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God Bless America and God Bless our Veterans and Active Duty Soldiers

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In 1970, American icon John Wayne hosted a variety show celebration of America’s history and concluded the show with a beautiful and long-remembered rendition of God Bless America. Tomorrow, on Veterans Day, please consider the Duke’s commentary to his fellow

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City Council Votes to Remove Military Memorial, Voters Remove City Council!


The city council in Knoxville, Iowa, will be full of new members in January after a dispute over a veteran’s memorial bearing a cross led voters to boot out the incumbents. It all started when Americans United for Separation of Church and

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Georgia Congressman Calls President Obama “Reckless” and Putting our Soldiers in Danger

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Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA) has been working hard to ensure the safety and defense of our nation and our military men and women. He’s tried to work with members of both parties in his efforts to beef up our national

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NATO Considering Military Confrontation with Russia?

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NATO member countries are in talks to send in a battalion of troops to each of three Baltic states bordering Russia. Each battalion would be comprised of anywhere from 800 to 1,000 troops. That proposal is the more aggressive one.

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Meet the Man who Gave his Life to Save Others from ISIS


The Pentagon identified Master Sgt. Joshua L. Wheeler, 39, Friday as the U.S. serviceman who died during a hostage rescue mission Thursday morning. Wheeler, from Roland, Okla., died Thursday morning in Kirkuk Province, Iraq “from wounds received by enemy small-arms fire during

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Identity Theft and Wire Fraud at the National Guard

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A grand total of 25 members from Puerto Rico’s National Guard and Reserve US Army have been charged by authorities for wire fraud and identity theft. The scam? The 25 worked together to defraud a recruiting program which offered bonuses

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Obama's Iraq Policy Such a Failure He Does the Opposite in Afghanistan

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In what sounded an awful lot like an admission that his policies and decision to remove American troops from Iraq were all a BIG mistake, President Obama announced on Thursday that American soldiers would remain in Afghanistan for the foreseeable future. Of

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Biden is a Big Fan of Transgenders in the Military

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Vice President Joe Biden took the Obama administration’s stance on transgenders in the military to the next level Saturday, saying it represents the “civil rights issue of our time.” The Obama administration is in the middle of deliberating whether to officially

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The Resurgence of Bacha Bazi: How Our War in Afghanistan Put Homosexual Pedophiles Back in Power

School children watch members of Afghan National Security Force and Kandahar Provincial Reconstruction Team prepare for the Kandahar Nursing and Midwifery Institute grand opening ceremony May 9, 2012 in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The Kandahar Nursing and Midwifery will be able to train up to 800 students, both male and female, a year in nursing, midwifery, pharmacy, lab and dental services. Kandahar PRT is a joint team of U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy service members  and civilians deployed to the Kandahar province of Afghanistan to assist in the effort to rebuild and stabilize the local government and infrastructure.

The practice of “bacha bazi” goes back many hundreds (perhaps thousands) of years in the Middle East and Asia. Many powerful warlords and rich merchants have long held to a surprising sexual perspective: “Women are for children. Boys are for

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Japan Parliament Breaks Out in Fisticuffs During Pacifism Debate

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You can’t make this stuff up. Apparently tensions rose in a spirited debate in the Japanese parliament about whether or not Japan should allow its Self-Defense Forces to engage in wartime activities outside the country: Legislators scuffled in Parliament and

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