“. . . See How The Army’s Toughest Soldiers Get Made”
After his 20-year old son overdosed on drugs, Mike Stollings decided to post a photo of his body at the funeral home on Facebook out of grief and guilt. The...Read More
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Thomas Walker, lecturer in the intensive English and orientation program at Iowa State University, is disgusted over all this fawning
Our veterans are called the best and brightest among us for a reason, and Kendrick Taylor demonstrates just another reason
“It is a measure of the power of narrative that we publicly grieve more for the deaths of our enemies than those of our allies in a war that is now fading quickly from human memory,” the blogger Tigerhawk writes. On both the European and Pacific theaters of World War II, Hollywood and the rest of the left have certainly been doing their part in recent years.