Monthly Archives: December 2010

Fading Away – “The Greatest Generation”

A great American by the name of Fred Hargesheimer passed away two days before Christmas.  A more comprehensive account of his experiences is found here at USA Today. Every day, nearly 1,000 World War II veterans pass away.  The average … Continue reading

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SENATE WORKING OVERTIME

Heard the Senate’s working overtime right now trying to RAMROD a repeal of DADT at 3PM EST this afternoon. Well, at least we can all take comfort knowing that our Senate feels it’s necessary to work on a Saturday during a … Continue reading

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Cat’s aren’t Human – Someone needs to figure out how to tell some cats

We have friends who are taking off for the Holidays and knew we liked their short haired tabby cat so asked us if we’d keep an eye on him. Their cat is awesome in the fact that it’s so un-catlike.  … Continue reading

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Hero

There have been many interviews done since SSG Sal Giunta was awarded the Medal of Honor.  In spite of the actual interviewer, I think this is the best

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Some want US Military to follow the Mighty Belgian Army . . . .

I watch the news and occassionally I hear the argument that in the French or Belgian Armies it’s ok to be openly homosexual and wear the uniform, so why shouldn’t the United States military follow suit . . . . … Continue reading

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Is “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” really going away?

Politicians in the United States continue to debate the merits of allowing homosexuals to openly serve in the armed services.  It’s an interesting debate to watch.  The one side continues to cite the importance of the “supposed” need that the … Continue reading

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Remember

It’s been almost seventy years. Crazy how time flys. The world changed that day. Let’s never forget the lessons of that day and the sacrfices that were made.

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