Tuesday, January 26, 2010

HMAS PERTH memorial regatta

They are looking for Houston Survivors.
 blog it

Monday, January 18, 2010

American Military Killing Hatians

Utopian Leftists: American Military
Killing Haitians Through Jingoistic “Priorities” | David Bellavia

You really have to appreciate the "Utopian Left".
Too many trans- fats in the meals provided to Haitians.
No proper regulations in place on MRE content the military is handing out.

Saturday, January 16, 2010

The Real Navy

About Us
An interesting blog from a career navy man.
Like you, I was constantly told during my Navy career to "wait until you get to the real Navy - the Fleet." I spent 30 years in the real Navy. It was the real thing from the first day of recruit training until retirement some 30 years later. It was filled with real Sailors, Chiefs and officers dedicated to fulfilling the Navy's only true mission -

Prison for Soldier - Terrorist gets Medical Care

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There is something seriously wrong with the execution of this nation's code of military justice - it is being used against the very people it is meant to protect.

I Like The Cut Of His Jib !

I Like The Cut Of His Jib !!:
Number two in our countdown is Captain Holly A. Graf
- for cruelty and mistreatment
Well, the Navy has some leaders with issues.
Here is a lesson in leadership.
Capt. Bligh might have approved of this officer.
But - She flunked the basics - got the boot.

Christian identity terrorist groups

Erroll Southers ranting about
Christian identity terrorist groups - Video - YouTube
Obama can really pick 'em.

Monday, January 04, 2010

Liberal Fascism

Liberal Fascism on National Review Online
Well said. A very good read.

Anthropogenic Global Warming AGW - Nope

Weatherman puts it all together here.  Of course the lemmings will not believe it.  They are convinced their ability to hug a tree with compassion overrides LOGIC that will save trees and resources and civilization.

Saturday, January 02, 2010

Female Army Soldier - a book

Echos and Premonitions

Poetry (gag me now is my normal response) and Prose.  In this case, I am most pleased to report that even those of us poetometopiaphobes who avoid the elite world of classic pentameter will be pleasantly touched by the works of Rachel Brune. And the book is not ALL poetry. Over half is well written and thought provoking prose that enlightens, entertains, and educates.I recommend it. One chapter in particular - I have recommended for professors of photojournalism.

Rachel is all ARMY now. "Pwned" by the cammies, you know. Her - photos - poems and prose - are introspective, sensitive and intelligent. Some of the grit in her prose is, I suspect, a direct result of her having "seen the elephant".  She has the street cred to say what she says. It is worth hearing; worth reading. Worth an investment of your time.  Echos and Premonitions