Yeah, and that bridge in Brooklyn is still there and for sale and the only buyers are the mainstream media.
From The Patriot Post:
“Hear about the 550 metric tons of yellowcake uranium found in Iraq? No? Why should you? It doesn’t fit the media’s neat story line that Saddam Hussein’s Iraq posed no nuclear threat [...]
Soldier Missing In Action From Korean War Is Identified
The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing in action from the Korean War, have been identified and will be returned [...]
U.S. Marines with 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, Task Force Mech., Multi-National Force – West speak with an Iraqi soldier about their current mission in the Jazeerah Desert in Iraq July 3, 2008. Marines with the task force are conducting disruption missions as part of an operation to prevent foreign fighters from entering the area. [...]
U.S. Navy Diver 1st Class Mark Sawyer, attached to Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 2, returns from diving in the Providence River in Rhode Island July 7, 2008, during salvage operations for the sunken former Soviet submarine Juliett 484. U.S. Navy and Army divers are joining federal, state and local agencies in a joint service [...]
Paint It Blacker
by James Dunnigan
China’s energetic efforts to obtain U.S. military technology appear to be succeeding, so additional defenses have been brought into play. One of the rarely noticed techniques is the “black budget.” This is the Cold War practice of developing, and initially building, critical weapons and technology in secret. This method, which adds [...]
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“The Declaration of Independence… [is the] declaratory charter of our rights, and the rights of man.” —Thomas Jefferson
INDEPENDENCE DAY 2008
A Necessary Observance
If our nation’s Founders could visit us on this, our 232nd Independence Day, what would they make of us? What would they declare of us?
A hint can be discerned in a letter from John [...]