Opinion by LibNotJr.
First, let me get this right out there. I love my country. I love the United States of America. This is the greatest country, nation, Republic in the history of man.
I ask you, is it possible that this year, 2010, will be the beginning of the end of the Country as we [...]
SEAL’S TRIAL UPDATE 11 JAN: SEAL trials to be moved to Iraq
By Mark D. Faram - Staff writer
Posted : Monday Jan 11, 2010 15:46:20 EST
A military judge has decided to move the trials for two of three Navy SEALs accused in connection with the alleged assault of a suspected terrorist to Iraq.
Cmdr. Tierney Carlos, the [...]
Announced within hours of each other, Senators Dorgan and Dodd are bailing out of the democrat/liberal ship like a couple of rats when the ship is sinking!
They know they cannot get re-elected and thus embarrassed. They know that the American people are against the GIGANTIC spending bills that they both fervently supported (read: [...]
2010 lookahead: What’s ahead in the new year
Posted : Sunday Jan 3, 2010
Expect big changes in pay, uniforms, hardware and personnel policy in the coming year. A rundown of the top issues for sailors to watch:
1. PAY RAISES
For 11 straight years, service members have received a Jan. 1 increase in basic pay that is [...]
Father and Son Spend Christmas Together in Iraq
CAMP TAJI, Iraq – Christmas is often, times for families to gather together and create some happy memories. This can be especially hard when your son is in a war zone. It can be even more difficult when your son and your husband are in that War Zone [...]
Harvard Takes it Back and Says Swine Flu was Oversold
Posted by: Dr. Mercola
January 02 2010
A new analysis from Harvard University, using H1N1 deaths in the U.S. in the spring and projecting likely outcomes for this fall, suggests that the swine flu “pandemic” has been oversold.
The new paper suggests swine flu was unlikely to [...]
The following analysis is from Jim Dunnigan’s Strategy Page and while those of us that have been following this story closely and reading the articles in The Strategy Page, and other sources, we’ve had that uneasy feeling that “the other shoe” may drop soon. As always, Jim Dunnigan pulls no punches in describing the failures [...]
No Rise of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Fraction in Past 160 Years, New Research Finds
ScienceDaily (Dec. 31, 2009) — Most of the carbon dioxide emitted by human activity does not remain in the atmosphere, but is instead absorbed by the oceans and terrestrial ecosystems. In fact, only about 45 percent of emitted carbon dioxide stays in [...]
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Honestly, I’m not even sure where to begin on this one. The genius’s that run Washington DC (ahem, Congress) have decided that it’s a good idea to put a $0.05 cent tax on all of the plastic grocery bags that you get, when buying groceries. The reason?!?!?! Because it seems like there’s a huge problem [...]