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Category Archives: USA
On the morning of July 7, 1944, Captain Ben L. Salomon of the U.S. Army’s 105th Infantry, commissioned as a dentist, single-handedly held off a fierce attack of an overwhelming force of Japanese soldiers in order to allow sufficient time … Continue reading
A group of us decided we were going to list the steps necessary to address some grievances that we (and pretty much most of the people I know) have with decisions that have been implemented in the name of “The … Continue reading
KARNACK, Texas — Cecil Hollingshead survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. During ensuing World War II, he worked with companies manufacturing aircraft for the military. After the war, he was an engineer for 45 years … Continue reading
I want to thank each and every one of you Vets out there that served, especially the wartime Vets. I have no fancy meme, no Patriotic pictures, no fancy verse, only the words from my heart. Some of you went … Continue reading
Eugene B. “Gene” Gunter, Jr., age 83, passed away peacefully at his home at North Topsail Island on Tuesday, November 1st after an extended illness. He was born in 1933 in Hamlet, NC the only son of the late Eugene … Continue reading
Update at 4:10 p.m.: All defendants found not guilty. Update: The jury reported to the court Thursday afternoon that it has reached consensus on all but one charge. The jury sent a note to the judge that members have “exhausted … Continue reading
A little over 2 years ago I posted this pretty cool picture and was immediately informed by about half my readers that it was Bob Hoover. Strangely enough, I had never heard of the man but I got educated real … Continue reading
A stunning new map shows the complex network of rivers and streams in the contiguous United States. Created by Imgur user Fejetlenfej, a geographer and GIS analyst with a ‘lifelong passion for beautiful maps,’ it highlights the massive expanse of … Continue reading
A Morning of Remembrance, please. I’ll resume the day’s postings after noon, okay?
A South Carolina high school has reversed a ban on students bringing US flags to football games after a furious backlash. Travelers Rest High School stopped students carrying the stars and stripes from getting in to sporting events, fearing the … Continue reading
Local volunteers who call themselves the Cajun Navy have come together to provide hope and support in Louisiana as the historic flooding continues to devastate their community. Area residents are taking their boats on the water to search for and … Continue reading
Five years ago today, we sustained the greatest single loss of lives to our Special Operations Forces in American history when U.S. Army CH-47D Chinook, call sign “Extortion 17”, was shot down by Taliban fighters south of Kabul, Afghanistan. Please … Continue reading
On this day in 1776, members of Congress affix their signatures to an enlarged copy of the Declaration of Independence. Fifty-six congressional delegates in total signed the document, including some who were not present at the vote approving the declaration. … Continue reading
I share this bit of inspiration on Independence Day. Please read it all the way through. And realize that it was a speech of Barry Goldwater, 52 YEARS AGO! Our problems didn’t state with Obama or even with W. Normally … Continue reading
The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution states: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The reference to a … Continue reading
I’m taking the day off today in remembrance of our War Dead and MIA. May they finally be at Peace.
FORT CAMPBELL, KY (WSMV) – A Fort Campbell soldier has died after a live fire training exercise at Fort Polk in Louisiana. Fort Campbell officials said the 101st Airborne Division soldier died Tuesday from injuries suffered during the exercise. Soldiers … Continue reading
Jim Martin after his parachute jump at Utah Beach Chester Nez, Navajo Code Talker