Category Archives: The Long War

(Psst! They Don’t Want to Coexist.)

WRSA’s the link to a story that’s marked “heh” but really isn’t all that funny. You savvy? Why would we allow any of them– save the few who have worked with us over there and deserve our help, and those … Continue reading

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Enemy.

ENEMY. Plain and simple, there’s no other way to say it. Keep an eye on her and those in her orbit. And those in your AO who seek to emulate her. And the useful idiots who circle around them. At … Continue reading

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HFNY

Well, there you have it. 2017 looks an awful lot like the final hours of 2016 from where I sit, but I expect it’ll perk up. And maybe not in the way we want it to– it’s looking a lot … Continue reading

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Dr Sebastian Gorka at VMI

Our man Ragnar wrote in with the following, under the title, “Good VMI Stuff”– “With all the kiddie coloring stuff and a general pattern of lefty lunacy, here is actually a good lecture at I guess their leadership conference. Not … Continue reading

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And Why, Exactly, Was He Allowed Into This Country?

Active shooter driver/stabber makes case for moratorium on Muslim immigration in Ohio.  “Two law enforcement sources told Fox News that Artan came into the United States as a Somali refugee, and was granted status as a legal permanent resident.” Always … Continue reading

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Good Work, Marine

Keep it up. Ev’ry clime and place, baby.

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When you get overpaid, you pay it back

When 10,000 Soldiers get overpaid while in the National Guard because the Pentagon and the NGB made a mistake.  Why should they have to pay it back.  We all remember during the height of the war how the bonuses were … Continue reading

Posted in Afghanistan, Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Iraq, Leadership, Readiness, The Long War, Uncategorized, Veterans' Issues | 7 Comments