Now that I’ve cancelled both cable and satellite TV, not only am I saving quite a bit of money, but if there is any given news organization I want to watch, I don’t have corporate media pointing me in their direction. Continue reading (VIDEO) British Patriot Sounds-Off on UK Military Being ‘Diverse’ Enough
It was in the mid-70s when I attended Boot Camp at MCRDSD (Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego). I distinctly remember more than a few members of my platoon were some rather nasty vatos from East LA. Continue reading Gallup: Confidence in US Military at 26-Year Low; Nosedives Under Biden
Being a bit of an armchair military history buff, I couldn’t help but notice that every time I watch TV, there’s a new and different general or admiral being interviewed. Continue reading US Armed Forces: Too Many Generals and Admirals? It’s Worse Than You’d Think
Back in the ’40s, ’50s, ’60s, even until the early ’70s, the steel mill foreman had something in common with the new hire; the truck driver had something in common with the owner of the gas station; the plumbing contractor had something in common with his neighbor, the insurance agent. Continue reading It’s Time to Bring Back the Draft; but this Time, Make It Fair and Equitable Across the Board
A mere 17-years-old, suffice it to say that the next Queen of Spain has, is, and will have quite the fascinating life.
Formally known as Her Royal Highness The Princess of Asturias, her baptismal name is Leonor de Todos los Santos (Elanor of All the Saints), her family name is Leonor de Todos los Santos de Borbón y Ortiz, but in everyday life, she’s just Princess Leonor. Continue reading (VIDEO) What the Next Queen of Spain Will Do that Most American Young Men Can’t or Won’t Do
The joke floating around the military is that the new physical fitness test will consist of three laps around Mark Milley’s fat ass. Continue reading The Glut of Garbage Medals; When Too Many Actually IS Too Many