Category Archives: Military

NATO Chief Thanks President Trump

Posted by Tina His words were blunt. But he spoke the truth and in doing so, challenged the other members of NATO to hold up their end of the bargain. He was criticized for his crude style, called unpresidential and … Continue reading

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Facts About A top Secret Security Clearance

by Jack Under normal conditions a top secret (TS) security clearance is good for 5 years. If a TS holder switches jobs and no longer requires a TS clearance, it is automatically put on suspension for the next 2 years … Continue reading

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More on UFO’s

by Jack If there is one thing that people can agree on, it’s that making contact with an intelligent extraterrestrial lifeform would be the greatest discovery in human history.    This subject have given us a lot to consider, most … Continue reading

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US Prepares for Return of MIA Remains from North Korea

Posted by Tina The United States military has moved 100 caskets to the demilitarized zone of North and South Korea in anticipation of the remains of US soldiers being returned home: According to the agency tasked with overseeing issues POW/MIA … Continue reading

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Military Denies Secret Missile Launch

by Jack On the day of President Trump’s historic meeting with North Korean dictator, Kim Jung Un, the U.S. Navy, for reasons not yet disclosed, decided to do a missile launch from the USS Ohio, a guided-missile submarines (SSGN), informed … Continue reading

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Huge Navy Scandal Underway

Posted by Tina This is the type of news that delivers a stomach punch: When then-Special Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations Bryan Clark saw the news about a couple of Navy officials caught up in a salacious bribery … Continue reading

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Dem Hypocrisy on Parade…Again

Posted by Tina President Trump was recently mocked for suggesting a military parade: HuffPo, “Trump Saw A Military Parade In France And Now He Wants One Of His Very Own” WaPo, “Why a military parade may be Trump’s biggest troll … Continue reading

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Did CNN Suddenly Wake?

Posted by Tina Holy Guacamole! A rare thing happened today. CNN, a network that gave President Trump “93% negative coverage” in the first months of his presidency, acknowledged that President Trump has been a “keeper of promises”: A politician who … Continue reading

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John Kelly “Stunned” and “Broken Hearted” by Rep. Frederica Wilson’s (D-Fla.) “Negative Description” of Call to Fallen Soldiers Wife!

Posted by Tina Re-posted from The Hill: White House chief of staff John Kelly lashed out at Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) on Thursday, saying he was “stunned” by her negative description of President Trump’s call to the wife of a … Continue reading

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General McInerney, “Radical Islam is Not Dead but ISIS is Done!

Posted by Tina Just saw General MaInerney on Fox Business News reporting on the state of efforts to defeat ISIS and he said that although “radical Islam is not dead, Isis is done.” Victories in Iraq and Syria have been … Continue reading

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