Beware the Obama-Holder spin on Flynn

May 17, 2020
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A week ago Friday, former President Barack Obama spoke to approximately 3,000 members of the Obama Alumni Association. While the headline reads “In leaked call, Obama describes Trump handling of virus as chaotic” it was the former President’s comments on the Department of Justice’s decision to withdraw its prosecution of retired Lt. General Michael...

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Remembering one war while we fight another

May 3, 2020
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This Friday May 8th, marks the seventy fifth anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. VE Day. The day that the lights truly did go on again. After almost six years of an evil not seen since Genghis Khan, (1162 to 1227), Adolf Hitler was dead and peace was at hand....

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A time to choose: Fear or Freedom?

April 26, 2020
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When the lights go on again all over the world And the ships will sail again all over the world Then we’ll have time for things like wedding rings and free hearts will sing When the lights go on again all over the world (Songwriters: Bennie Benjamin / Sol Marcus / Eddie Seiler) Famed...

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From Apollo 13 to COVID 19, American spirit lives on

April 19, 2020
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The archived weather report reads broken clouds 20,000 feet, visibility 10 statute miles, temperature 76 degrees Fahrenheit, and a southeasterly wind of 10 knots. In other words, a beautiful spring afternoon and a great day for a launch. And so it was that at 19:13 GMT (2:13 pm EST), a Saturn V rocket carrying...

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As past again becomes present, future at stake

April 12, 2020
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It had been building for years. A government with increasingly imperialistic tendencies pushing and probing its neighbors and the world as to just what it could get away with. It’s refusal to acknowledge international boundaries and playing as loose as possible with existing trade agreements making each new year a year with increased tensions...

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And the republic for which it stands……

May 12, 2019
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A long time ago, in a computing time far, far away I found myself sitting in my office chair, a thirty two year old man as giddy as a six year old at Christmas who’d just discovered he’d actually gotten what he’d asked for.  (Farm Christmases were directly proportional to farm summers and the...

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