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If LOST, we lose

The Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST), if the US enters into it—and we’re actively working to ratify this UN treaty, hurts the US big time. It’ll be very, very expensive, money-wise; worst, it will take away some of our Constitutionally guaranteed rights...

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The Korean War

On 25 June 1950, armed forces from communist North Korea smash into South Korea, setting off the Korean War. The US, acting under the auspices of the UN, sprang to the defense of South Korea. The forces of many nations fought a bloody and...

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More attacks on our Constitution

The Treaties below are a major attack on our sovereignty as a nation and will severely alter our rights under our own Constitution—thus they are attacks on all of us. It’s time for free citizens to act. Obama’s Sneaky Treaties By Dick Morris on...

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Patriotism and our media

On 16 Jan 1991, at midnight in Iraq, the UN deadline for the Iraqi withdrawal from Kuwait expired, and we prepared to commence offensive operations to forcibly eject Iraq from its 5-month occupation of its oil-rich neighbor. At 4:30 pm EST, the...

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The Release of the Tortured Crew

On 23 Dec 1968, the crew and captain of the US intelligence gathering ship Pueblo were released after 11 months imprisonment by the government of North Korea. The ship, and its 83-man crew, was seized by North Korean warships on January 23 and...

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Mogadishu

On 9 Dec 1992, 1,800 US Marines arrive in Mogadishu, Somalia, to spearhead a multinational force aimed at restoring order in the conflict-ridden country. Following centuries of colonial rule by countries including Portugal, Britain and Italy...

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The End of the Korean War

On 27 July 1953, after 3 years of a bloody and frustrating war, the US, China, North & South Korea agree to an armistice, ending the fighting. The Korean War began on 25 June 1950, when communist North Korea invaded South Korea. The US quickly...

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The Korean War

Korea, a former Japanese possession, had been divided into zones of occupation following WW II. US forces accepted the surrender of Japanese forces in southern Korea, while Soviet forces did the same in the north. Like in Germany, however, the...

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It’s time to stand and be counted

The following is a quote from talk-show host Dennis Prager followed by some comments by friends of mine—comments I’ve manipulated a bit to better express my feelings. Conclusion: I understand that most American Muslems are trying hard to...