Monthly Archives: April 2020

“Iran’s IRGC to receive new stealth drone with 2,000km range” AMN

"The drone is said to have a 7,600 meter flight ceiling, and the ability to be armed with precision-guided air-to-surface missiles or anti-tank missiles. The drone’s outward appearance seems to be in line with design concepts found in many Western … Continue reading

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A sad situation at the Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center – TTG

Colonel Lang sent me an eye opening link last night concerning the Hunter Holmes McGuire VA hospital in Richmond. Here are some excerpts from the Richmond Times-Dispatch article. ———— As of Thursday, 23 employees at the 4,000-employee VA hospital,  had tested … Continue reading

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“First you grab ’em by the …” Trump

"Reade has said that in 1993, Biden pushed her up against a wall in the Senate complex, kissed her, and then digitally penetrated her underneath her skirt. In 2019, she told reporters that the former vice president had touched her … Continue reading

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The Dawn of Justice for General Michael Flynn? by Larry C Johnson

Based on conversations with friends and reading comments on conservative websites, there is a lot of frustration and doubt with respect to Attorney General William Barr and whether he will drop the hammer on the Deep Staters, such as Brennan, … Continue reading

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A few thoughts – 24 April 2020

1.  IMO the US Navy will be doing a good thing if it persuades Trump to restore Captain Crozier to command of USS Theodore Roosevelt.  He did a very foolish thing by appealing to the whole wide world to support … Continue reading

Posted in Afghanistan, As The Borg Turns, Borg Wars, Current Affairs, government, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Middle East, Policy, Politics, Syria | 14 Comments

ANZAC Day 2020 By Walrus.

Today, the morning of the 25th, I planned to March with my Battalion Association in Melbourne. I wanted to see how many were still alive and attend the traditional ANZAC day football match at the MCG. My wife is an … Continue reading

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Open Thread – 24 April 220

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A few words on roles and limitations …

(Madison) 1.  The President of the United States is constitutionally head of the Executive Branch of the tri-partite federal government of the US. He is ALSO Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of the United States.  He/she is not … Continue reading

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John Solomon’s Vindication–John McCain Gave FBI Different Version of the Steele Dossier by Larry C Johnson

Some important tidbits from the latest document dump obtained by Judicial Watch confirm John Solomon's reporting from two years ago. Solomon reported in July 2018 the following: Now, memos the FBI is turning over to Congress show the bureau possessed … Continue reading

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“What do you have to lose?” – TTG

A malaria drug widely touted by President Donald Trump for treating the new coronavirus showed no benefit in a large analysis of its use in U.S. veterans hospitals. There were more deaths among those given hydroxychloroquine versus standard care, researchers … Continue reading

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