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  • [4] September 22, 2014 at 10:27am

    Three Afghan officers and 12 soldiers?
    Welhel, we now have another terrorist cell in the United States.
    ….or they are looking for that ‘special’ address in NYC.
    Psssst, there is a matte black car with ‘Hamas’ license plates sitting in front of the apartment address.

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  • [30] September 22, 2014 at 10:11am

    That will not look good on her resume.

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  • September 22, 2014 at 9:58am

    I preferred the Camp Pendleton version.

  • September 22, 2014 at 9:44am

    Shogun
    Moved from the south to the ‘fly over states’ and I wished I could say you were totally true.
    I wrote to the local liberal (flyovefstate) newspaper over 4 years ago, which at the time was in favor of common core curriculum. I insisted there is danger in a national, federal education? I was overrun (funny, the slang ‘redneck’ is used everywhere).
    Now, the newspaper has a special editor just for investigation the adverse impact of common core, a state education director who is against it, and a current governor who loves it.
    If I mention ISIL, I get the blank stare, same with common core, and other high profile issues. They did not want this president, but “R” means many different things out here, such as a rich governor no one wanted, getting the republican nomination, again.

    I agree about the ammo. Even out here, where open carry is legal, but not noticed, many people watch outlets for ammo. You can’t pass up any type or brand when it’s your caliber. It is that scarce, any will become more so since the last smelting factory was closed by a Obama decree in response to wildlife activist (the lead). Yet no cares when those stupid wind turbines, which do not supply anything to our state, kills grouse, hawks and (gasp) bald eagles.
    I suppose there is no common ground between living with blinders on, and all out activism parading in NYC.
    …and people ignore the meth billboards.

  • [1] September 21, 2014 at 2:01pm

    I would love to see these posted on billboards in the ‘flyover states’.

    The only imam in the city has suddenly move (unknown destination) and sold his house at a frantically discounted price.

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  • [7] September 21, 2014 at 1:52pm

    So this means your jealous of his accomplishments in “man-speak”?

  • [3] September 21, 2014 at 1:31pm

    That was an excellent message for the president if US. And one that even if questionable, we all should watch and “understand the roots of their fight” – to understand the enemy. Thanks.

  • [1] September 21, 2014 at 1:23pm

    It’s an AP photo. No telling what took the photo.

    Yet learning that these psychopaths are afraid of women soldiers made me laugh…I needed that! ;-D
    Allons-y!

  • September 20, 2014 at 7:07pm

    Daesh – short for Dawlat al-Islamiyah f’al-Iraq w Belaad al-Sham …. what most people are calling the IS, ISIS, etc.
    When used the IS takes it as an insult.
    Israel and the Arab states use it …. Frequently.

  • [14] September 20, 2014 at 6:14pm

    Fight….

    Geez, isn’t that the truth.
    Just now – less than 30 seconds after my husband left the driveway….
    a tattooed, booted, blue jean wearing (barely), girl rang the door bell and wanted to tell me about the Edward Jones investment firm she was starting in town. Insisting she couldn’t hear me through the window blinds …. all I said was ‘yeah, right’, and walked away, rechecked the security system, and my protection.

  • [1] September 20, 2014 at 5:49pm

    From a story on YNetnews online:

    Arab governments have long refrained from using Islamic State, instead referring to it by the Arabic acronym for its full original name, Daesh – short for Dawlat al-Islamiyah f’al-Iraq w Belaad al-Sham – Israel and its leaders also use the Arabic acronym.

    Several residents in Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city which fell to the extremist group in June, told The Associated Press that the militants threatened to cut the tongue of anyone who publicly used the acronym Daesh, instead of referring to the group by its full name, saying it shows defiance and disrespect. The residents spoke anonymously out of fear for their safety.

    Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, Daesh, …..

  • [2] September 19, 2014 at 10:56am

    Yes, transparently, Christians will question their belief, and yes you pray and there are answers, likely in ways you don’t understand.

    My son’s first deployment, my friend asked, what did you do!!!!
    “Well I didn’t sleep”‘ and I was in a constant state of prayer.

    The most remarkable thing occurred.
    As my husband left for work one day, he came back in and said “come, come see this!”
    Bright, beautiful blue sky day – no clouds….a small raccoon was perched, asleep on a tiny, leafless branch of a crabapple tree next to the driveway.

    Now, this was precious as it is, but to add the significance:
    When my son was just over a year old – his second Christmas, my uncle gave him ‘Rocky’ raccoon which became his best buddy.

    It never left his crib during the “crying and pitch-everything-out-of-the-crib fits.”
    I still have Rocky, and the photo of the two when my military son was just a toddler and all was perfect in his world.

    Yes, God is in control.

    Now the 4th assignment, this Christmas no less – back to the sand pit, and with the evil of ISIS I pray constantly, and will continue. This deployment is far more more gut wrenching than the first.

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  • [4] September 19, 2014 at 10:13am

    I love to hear when young people use the law for the intended design.
    They are exercising freedom to pray, anywhere, anytime.
    If you didn’t want to, no one with bible was going to force you.

    I hope high-school students continue this trend, football players continue to pay for the honor of remembering fallen teammates with small personally paid condolences simply displayed on their helmets.
    And small business owners are allowed to openly and cleverly display their personal opinions, without retribution from the IRS.

    Well, as we must become our own healthcare advisors or be prepared for substandard care, it appears we much also become students of the law and learn to protect ourselves from the DOJ, ambulance chasers and the FFRF (and their bottomless coffers).
    Oh, add protecting ourselves from Bloomburg and his antigun nuts well funded efforts to disarm everyone in the US at a time when sworn testimony has stated ISIS is on American soil, as well as dangerous ISIS wannabes.

    We cannot give into threats, foreign or domestic.

    Bloomberg, take that money and attempt to educate young people with in needed communities that would make brilliant doctors, medical research, and provide loving quality care for the elderly.
    FFRF: Ibid.

  • [3] September 19, 2014 at 9:35am

    This is funny. Simply funny and for Ayers…pathetic.
    Confronted with evidence of his own production, he agains denies his own words written in published work when they pop up to bite him in the arse….

    So – he pulls a red herring out of his pants, and Megan makes makes him eat it.

    And so we have another lesson for ayerheads, if you cannot deflect the truth with lies…..attack the messengers of truth.

  • [4] September 17, 2014 at 8:56am

    … and to compensate for this major financial loss, members of the military will only see a 1% raise in pay in 2015.

    Yet members of congress spend more in one weekend going home and returning Tuesday morning to their office in DC than most military members make in one year.

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  • [3] September 17, 2014 at 8:44am

    “It is important to note that we do not view ebola as a significant public health threat to the United States,” said Beth Bell, who directs the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases.

    Only a federal government employee could say this with a straight face.

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  • September 17, 2014 at 8:03am

    Drugs. I suspect along with the endless mock executions adding drugs to what little food they receive would be method of keeping these men docile and controllable.
    Looking at the information available, opioids is a problem in Iraq and Syria.
    Another study indicated 93% of the global market for opioids came from Afghanistan.

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  • September 15, 2014 at 3:53pm

    …and I would like for people to stop calling them douche bags, I’m sure there are women out there that still use those things….ewww
    ‘Psychopathic Mercenaries of the Middle East,Inc.’ is a accurate description.

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 2:55pm

    This reminded me of the old photo in a story from the Blaze.
    It was the one taken in New Jersey in the mid-forties of the parade of children dressed in nazi themed school uniforms.

    I was curious at to what the four finger symbol stood for.
    Among many things it means: “R4BIA is the end of Zionists”

    In addition “The R4BIA sign is not a benign peace symbol; it is a symbol of resistance, Islamism, martyrdom, and a visual call to arms comparable to the black flag of jihad.”
    This information is found on the website of Dawn Perlmutter. She is the “Director of the Symbol Intelligence Group and one of the leading subject matter experts (SME) in symbols, symbolic methodologies, unfamiliar customs and ritualistic crimes. She designed and developed Jihad-ID, a symbolic database of the signs, symbols and identifiers of global jihad.”

    ‘reckon the black Nero, who struggling on the back 9 with which club to use, is aware of this?
    what about the NYC Police marching band?

    Wow, ‘Urban Infidel’ you were in the middle of a ‘call to arms’ from the enemy…..you’ve got some great shots of historical value!

  • September 15, 2014 at 2:21pm

    “Depriving these organizations of leaders either on the battlefield or in command or control centers certainly would have the effect of degrading and possibly ultimately destroying them,” Earnest replied.
    “But I don’t want to get ahead of any decision-making at the presidential level that still needs to be done.”

    so….do you have a estimate of when this decision may be made?
    or is this another, “wait until the November elections are over” decision?

    to quote another post….”we are so screwed”…

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