Kurdistan’s famed Peshmerga army has gone from its founding back in the 1920s as essentially little more than a rural guerrilla band, to a 21st century Middle Eastern military powerhouse. Continue reading “A First for Female Soldiers in Kurdistan’s Peshmerga Army”
In the 1988 race for the White House, for whatever bizarre reason, the Democrat Party nominee, Gov. Michael Dukakis (D-MA), thought it would be a good idea to cruise the parking lot of the General Dynamics facility in Michigan.
The same facility that also doubled served as a proving ground for the M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tank.
So there he was, manning the .50 atop the copula, helmet and all. Needless to say, Dukakis got his ass handed to him by George HW Bush. Continue reading “Maduros has his ‘Dukakis in a Tank’ Moment”
When toilet paper is the coin of the realm…
I can’t seem to keep it straight. Is it Venezuelan money that’s essentially toilet paper, or is it toilet paper that’s essentially Venezuelan money?
Of course, as the old saying goes, “When alVenezuela rewards troops with toilet paper http://conservativefiringline.com/venezuela-government-rewards-soldiers-toilet-paper/ l else fails, recognize the obvious.” Continue reading “Venezuela’s socialist government rewards soldiers with toilet paper”