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May 03, 2015

Lone Survivor’ Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell Shares Special Friendship with Rick Perry




Lone Survivor’ Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell Shares Special Friendship with Rick Perry


SIMI VALLEY, California — Two noted veterans took to the stage on Monday evening at the Ronald Reagan Library. Former Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is likely gearing up for a presidential announcement, arrived to introduce former Navy SEAL and author of Lone Survivor, Marcus Luttrell.


Perry, 65, served as a captain in the Air Force, and Luttrell’s story of surviving an ambush in Afghanistan is well known. Beyond the friendship and evident respect they share for one another, Perry and Luttrell said they share a special father-son-type relationship.

“Tonight you are going to have the great privilege to hear from someone who simply understood that he owed a debt–a debt to the individuals who had come before him,” Perry said.

He continued:


We are in the presence of some extraordinary human beings and none more so than the one you’ll hear from tonight, who is just a regular, common country boy who found himself in extraordinary circumstances and realizes how fortunate he is to be here. And until he takes his dying breath, he will honor those individuals who served before him. … He will honor this country and what this country stands for around the world.


Luttrell, 39, took the stage, speaking candidly and using humor to draw the audience into his otherwise morose stories. He recounted his experience serving our country and his close ties to the Perry Family.

“I was the creepy guy in the attic,” he said, explaining that they had taken him in and were the only family he had when he showed up one day, unannounced, at the governor’s mansion in 2007.

Ever since that fateful day, Mrs. Anita Perry had helped nurse him back to health following extensive damage to his body from the war, including to his spine.

Luttrell recalled that he was never the strongest link in the SEAL chain. He said he was never the weakest, either, which meant those around him never had to worry about him breaking. He then told the audience about the day he found his breaking point. It was the day his fellow SEAL and brother in arms, Mike, was killed in Afghanistan:


I was sitting in my boots, shaking and he kept screaming, “I need your help up here man. I need your help.” And it got so intense that I actually put my weapon down over my leg and covered my ears … because I couldn’t stand to hear him die. … And that was the last time I saw him.


He said the one thing they could not put in the film about his book was how many times he and his brothers got knocked out. “Normally, you get knocked out one time a year, maybe. I got knocked out six times in the gun fights. I was tucking my brain back into my ears, man. My hands were shaking, [and] I couldn’t see anything, really,” he told the captivated audience.

One by one, each of his SEAL teammates was killed. Luttrell had escaped the deadly clutches of the Taliban several times. Then the day arrived when he thought perhaps his end was near, too. But his life was spared by an Afghani villager named Mohammad Gulab, who found Luttrell and took him into his home.

Luttrell spoke of the importance of discipline and respect. Although he said his father was never really around, he explained that he taught him to “respect yourself and respect … other people. And the only time you lose your respect is when you lose your discipline. And you’re the only one who can go that way.”

During his time on tour in Afghanistan, he said, “Only three people kept in touch with me: my mother, my brother, and Governor Perry.”

He added, “Governor Perry taught me how to be a good man and to be a good husband. Not only does he have to take care of his own family, but the state of Texas. That’s a big deal, [and] that’s important.”

Luttrell lived with the Perry family until he met his wife, Melanie. The couple has two children.

“That’s my family,” he said of the Perrys. And “they’re the best thing that ever happened to me. … Thanks for being my best friend, my father figure, and for teaching me the important values that I learned after the military. That’s why you’re the godfather of my kids, man.”




Wild Thing's comment.........

I love the story of the friendship of Perry and Marcus Luttrell .



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Police from Coast to Coast React with Alarm at Murder Charges Filed Against Baltimore Officers


Police from Coast to Coast React with Alarm at Murder Charges Filed Against Baltimore Officers

Police officers across the country are shocked by Friday’s news that six Baltimore cops were charged with the murder of Freddie Gray. Many worry that they will be prevented from doing their job going forward.

On Friday, after Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby charged the six officers with numerous charges including murder, it sent a chilling message to police everywhere.

NPR had reaction from several police officers and police officials, but suffice it to say they are worried for their safety on the job as well as fearful of prosecution.

“The specter of criminal charges being filed against police officers I believe is going to send reverberations across the nation,” the operator of the police academy in Washington state, Sue Rahr, told NPR on Friday.

The president of Houston’s Police Union, Ray Hunt, noted that he feels that police now have fewer rights than the potential criminals they deal with. “There is a mood among some in this country that the police are going to be wrong unless proven right,” Hunt said.

Police feel their hands are being tied by politicians and the courts on a range of issues. Earlier this year, for instance, police in San Diego complained that they were not being allowed to “combat crime” in their city over the issue of what is to be done about homelessness.

As to the specific charges in Baltimore, the Fraternal Order of Police called the accusation that police murdered Freddie Gray a “rush to judgment.”

“I believe that the publicity in this case is a driving force to a rush to judgment and causing this prosecution to move so quickly,” union rep Michael Davey said on Friday.

“In my 20-year career as a law enforcement officer and 16 years as an attorney, I have never seen such a rush to file criminal charges, which I believe are driven by forces separate and apart from the application of law and the facts of this case as we’ve heard them,” Davey told the media.

There is no doubt that more and more police officers feel as if their hands have been tied and that they are being prevented from doing their job.



Wild Thing's comment.........

Yes there are some bad cops but in general most are good and deserve our respect. I have no complaint about the police and this whole thing make me feel so badly for them.



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May 02, 2015

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr.Said "The State Attorney needs to remember she represents the State, not a protest movement!"




CLARKE: "The State Attorney needs to remember she represents the State, not a protest movement!"

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke Jr. talked to Stuart Varney this morning on Fox Business Network after criminal charges were announced against six Baltimore police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.

State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said this morning that the medical examiner ruled Gray’s death a homicide.

The charges against the six officers ranged from second-degree murder, to involuntary manslaughter to assault.

Clarke said the charges seem politically motivated, but emphasized that the judicial process must be allowed to play out.

"I think this is very political. From the tone of her voice, [Mosby] sounded almost exuberant in her announcement when she really needs to remember that she represents the state in this, not a protest movement, and not trying to appease an angry crowd," said Clarke.



Wild Thing's comment.............

Clarke is a good man, I like to hear his take on this.


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Krauthammer: Speed of The Charges Against the Baltimore Police Officers 'Looks Like Appeasement of the Mob'





Krauthammer: Speed of The Charges Against the Baltimore Police Officers 'Looks Like Appeasement of the Mob'

Charles says Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby doesn't speak for the mob. Her job is to adjudicate these issues without consideration for what's gonna happen outside. It looks like appeasement of the mob.




Wild Thing's comment........

I was wondering the same thing.



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Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders announcing he is running for President




Democratic Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders announcing he is running for the Democratic Presidential Nomination. He’s going to challenge Hillary Clinton. the Democrat Presidential Nomination. He’s going to challenge Hillary Clinton.




Wild Thing's comment...........

Yesterday I was switching stations on the car radio and 0some radio host on a channel I never listen to was yakking about how wonderful Bernie Sanders was and how he was looking forward to voting for him.The radio host was so excited and talking like a Chris Matthews did when he felt tingles on his leg about Obama.

Horrible how there are people in our country that are dedicated socialists, the progressives. augh!!!!


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May 01, 2015

In Crawford, TX. Wounded warriors ride with President Bush in 5th -annual 100K





Crawford, Texas Wounded warriors ride with President Bush in fifth-annual 100K

The he three-day event will see George W. Bush mountain biking with nearly 20 wounded warriors injured in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Each spring, approximately 20 servicemen and women wounded in the global war on terror join President George W. Bush for a 100-kilometer mountain bike ride. Part of the Bush Institute's Military Service Initiative, the W100K highlights the bravery and sacrifice of warriors and recognizes organizations that support America’s veterans.

Dallas Morning News...


Seventeen wounded veterans joined former President George W. Bush at his Central Texas ranch Thursday morning for the first day of his institute’s annual 100-kilometer bike ride.

The fifth annual Warrior 100K, which is part of the George W. Bush Institute’s military service initiative, is a three-day bike ride to honor service members injured in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Before setting off on the 12-mile ride around the president’s ranch, Bush shook hands with all of the warriors before getting on his red, white and blue bike–that was outfitted with the presidential seal.

Bush’s rider number was–of course—43.

Trek Bicycle Corporation donated a bike to each of the warriors Wednesday night in preparation for the ride.

After quick opening remarks, which ended with Bush saying “let’s ride!” the riders set out on the nearly hour-and-a-half long bike ride.

Throughout the trail, which took the vets through creeks and down slick ravines, Bush could be heard encouraging the group and yelling out his signature trail calls: “Yeah, baby!” and “That’s what I’m talking about!” He also offered an Elvis impersonation, saying “thank you, thank you very much.”

During one part of the trail, in which the group passed through a water crossing, where the water was deeper than expected, the warriors could be heard cheering as they made their way through.

“There were a couple spots where some of [the water] came to my calves and this was deeper than I thought, my pedals were under water and my feet were wet, but this is a blast,” said Command Sgt. Major Brian Flom. “You don’t want to come clean right on the road–you are mountain biking.”

Flom, who was injured during a rocket attack in Baghdad in October 2007, is one of this year’s Warrior 100K riders.

The weekend continues with a 30-mile course Friday and a 20-mile ride Saturday.

Bush has said the ride serves as a reminder of the extraordinary resilience displayed by the country’s more than 2.5 million post-9/11 veterans. The former president has made veteran’s well-being and their re-entry into society one of the institute’s priorities.


Wild Thing's comment..........

I love that he does this with America's heroes.


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US, Qatar launch talks on fate of Taliban leaders swapped for Bergdahl



US, Qatar launch talks on fate of Taliban leaders swapped for Bergdahl

Stars and Stripes

U.S. and Qatari officials began talks Wednesday about extending security assurances for five senior Taliban members who were released from Guantanamo Bay in exchange for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl and whose transfer to Qatar triggered an outcry on Capitol Hill.

The talks could lead to an extension of at least some aspects of a one-year arrangement that required Qatar to keep the former prisoners under supervision and ban them from leaving. They could also lead to the former detainees being transferred to another country, according to individuals familiar with the discussions. The agreement expires at the end of May.

In the talks, being held in Doha, the Qatari capital, administration officials presented a number of options for the future status of the aging Taliban leaders, who live with their families on a special compound as guests of the tiny Persian Gulf nation.

The approaching end of the agreement has sparked new ire among lawmakers still angry about the transfer.


"These are dangerous terrorists who, by the Administration's own admission, should not be allowed to return to Afghanistan," Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said in a statement. "It is troubling then that the White House has waited this long to begin deliberation on how to prevent that."

The administration transferred the men in May 2014 in exchange for the release of Bergdahl, a U.S. soldier who was held captive in Pakistan by the Taliban and its allies for almost five years after leaving his base in eastern Afghanistan. In March, the army charged Bergdahl with desertion.

Under the existing deal, the men's telephone and electronic communications have been monitored and they have been prohibited from fundraising or militant incitement.




Wild Thing's comment........

They never should have let these terrorists out of GITMO.



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April 30, 2015

Unlike Obama Here Are Real Men As They Line Up & Lock Arms to Protect Baltimore Police




Real Men Line Up & Lock Arms to Protect Baltimore Police


Several good men have joined the Baltimore riots. But instead of joining in on the destruction, they stood as a shield to protect a line of police officers.

In contrast, Barack Obama slammed Baltimore police officers in defense of the “protesters” after Monday night’s violent riots.


Wild Thing's comment...........

These are brave citizens. Blessings to all of them and may they stay safe.Good for these men to do this. It is good for everyone and something the rioters need to learn from.




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George Will: The Clintons Have an 'Absolute Inability To Feel Embarrassment'






George Will: The Clintons Have an 'Absolute Inability To Feel Embarrassment'




Wild Thing's comment...........

I would also add the Clinton's have no inner feeling of guilt if they do something wrong or corrupt or the many lies that tell. Just like Obama, they would not feel sorry or remorse about anything.


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Washington Post: Prisoner In Police Van Says Freddie Gray Trying To Hurt Himself





Washington Post: Prisoner In Police Van Says Freddie Gray Trying To Hurt Himself


A prisoner sharing a police transport van with Freddie Gray told investigators that he could hear Gray “banging against the walls” of the vehicle and believed that he “was intentionally trying to injure himself,” according to a police document obtained by The Washington Post.

The prisoner, who is currently in jail, was separated from Gray by a metal partition and could not see him. His statement is contained in an application for a search warrant, which is sealed by the court. The Post was given the document under the condition that the prisoner not be named because the person who provided it feared for the inmate’s safety.

The document, written by a Baltimore police investigator, offers the first glimpse of what might have happened inside the van. It is not clear whether any additional evidence backs up the prisoner’s version, which is just one piece of a much larger probe.

Gray was found unconscious in the wagon when it arrived at a police station on April 12. The 25-year-old had suffered a spinal injury and died a week later.


Wild Thing's comment...........

It wouldn't be the first time that someone tried to enhance their own injuries to claim police brutality.


Hannity had on his show a Maryland Sheriff who is helping out in Baltimore who confirmed that the word he heard from Baltimore city cops was that Freddie Gray was bouncing himself around in the Police van trying to hurt himself.

He also confirms that through their interactions with Baltimore city police officers, that they were told to stand down by the mayor and that they were incredibly embarrassed by it and frustrated.


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April 29, 2015

Supporting With Sandwiches - Baltimore National Guard Is Fed By Whole Foods





Supporting With Sandwiches - Baltimore National Guard Is Fed By Whole Foods



Wild Thing's comment..........

Good for Whole Foods. How awful people were to criticize this. sheesh.


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Orioles Home Game Against White Sox To Be Played In Front Of Empty Stadium As Team Closes Ballpark To Public


Orioles game will be closed to the public


Tuesday night's Orioles game against the White Sox was previously postponed.

The Orioles will play a series this weekend at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., acting as the home team, they said.

At the Japan state dinner at the White House, Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert Manfred told The Hill, "We made a series of decisions based on safety concerns in Baltimore. I think the two clubs, both Baltimore and Chicago, were great, very cooperative in moving through a very difficult situation."

The decision follows riots in Baltimore on Monday night stemming from dissatisfaction with the way that the police treats minority communities. Many are also angry about the death of Freddie Gray, a black 25-year-old who died after he sustained a spinal injury while in police custody.

When protests over Gray's death turned briefly violent on Saturday, Orioles fans were kept in the stadium until authorities decided the threat had subsided.




Wild Thing's comment.......

There is a part of this of letting the rioters win and have power over others.

How different it is now with the jerk Obama. Remember how G.W. Bush through out the first pitch at a baseball game after a terrorist attack.



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Vietnam Vet Shames Baltimore Rioters With One Incredible Statement





Vietnam Vet Shames Baltimore Rioters With One Incredible Statement


During the Baltimore riots last night, CNN reporter Joe Johns walked up to a man on the street and asked him:

"Sir, who are you?”

The man responded:

“I’m just a soldier.”


That man was Vietnam veteran Robert Valentine, and what followed was one of the most incredible seventy-eight seconds that TV news has produced in a long time:


Johns: “You sort of took it upon yourself to tell those young people to go away. Aren’t you a little bit concerned for your own safety?”


Valentine: “Here’s number one. I did 30 years, okay? Came out a Master Sergeant. I’ve seen more than all this. I’ve been through the riots already. This right here is not relevant. They need to have their butts at home, they need to be in their home units with their family, studying and doing something with their life. Not out here protesting about something that’s not really nothing.

They do not respect this young man’s death, you know?…So I’m very pissed…

I love my country, I love my Charm City, and I’m an American. I’m not black, white, red, yellow, or nothing; I am American.”

Incredible words from Robert Valentine, an American hero.



Wild Thing's comment..............

God bless this man!!!!


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Racist Obama SLAMS US Police About Baltimore Riots: Too Often Target Poor, African Americans




Barack Obama today ripped the nation's police forces for targeting poor African-Americans which he says started in Ferguson, Missouri.
Evidently he missed the fact that a grand jury his DOJ exonerated Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of robber Michael Brown.


Wild Thing's comment.................

This jerk will never miss a chance to promote racism.



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April 28, 2015

Mother of a Baltimore Rioter catches son apart of the riot and slaps him silly! BRAVO!!!






Mother of a Baltimore Rioter catches son apart of the riot and slaps him silly!



Wild Thing's comment............

Good for this mom, too bad there are not more like her.


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Anti-Israel Jimmy Carter Will Meet With Hamas (they are terrorists) In Gaza This Week


Jimmy Carter Will Meet With Hamas (they are terrorists) In Gaza This Week


Former U.S. Democratic President Jimmy Carter will travel to the Gaza Strip on Thursday and meet with officials from Hamas, the Jihadist terror organization that rules the Palestinian territory.

“Carter will arrive in Gaza on Thursday through the [Israeli-controlled] Erez border crossing to meet with leading Hamas officials,” a Palestinian security spokesperson told Anadolu Agency, a news outlet based in Turkey.

Carter, 90, will meet with the Hamas military chief Ismail Haneya, Xinhua reports.

He will attempt to seek reconciliation between Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah, the latter which rules the Palestinian areas of the West Bank. Carter has urged Saudi officials to help with his mediation efforts.

“Carter has lately met with prominent Saudi officials and urged their intervention to achieve reconciliation between Palestinian factions, which was welcomed by Riyadh,” a Hamas spokesperson told Anadolu Agency. “The Saudi government has begun preparations for mediation between the two movements to reach a ‘Mecca II’ agreement,” the spokesperson added.

Carter plans to arrive in the region on Thursday for a 3-day tour of Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip. His request to meet with Israel’s President and Prime Minister was denied. In refusing to meet with the 39th U.S. President, both offices cited his anti-Israel, pro-Hamas sentiments.


Wild Thing's comment..........

Carter never met a U.S. enemy he didn't want to cozy up to. Just like Obama.


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Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke: Failed Liberal Policies Behind Ferguson, Baltimore Riots




Sheriff David Clarke: Failed Liberal Policies Behind Ferguson, Baltimore Riots


Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke dropped a bomb on FOX News today.

The popular sheriff blamed failed liberal policies for today’s rioting in Baltimore and Ferguson last fall.

“The thing is, like Baltimore, like Ferguson, like New York and very many other areas where failed liberal government policies have led to high unemployment, chronic poverty, failing schools. This is what besets the Baltimore area. Ninety percent of the homicide victims in the Baltimore area are black as are ninety percent of the suspects. Thatt’s the bigger problem than Freddie Gray.”




Wild Thing's comment...........

It would be great to have more sheriff's like this man.




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April 27, 2015

Baltimore Mayor on Riots: We Gave “Those Who Wished to Destroy, Space to Do That.”



Baltimore Mayor on Riots: We Gave “Those Who Wished to Destroy, Space to Do That.”


Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake:

“While we tried to make sure that they were protected from the cars and the other things that were going on. We also gave those who wished to destroy space to do that as well. And we work very hard to keep that balance and to put ourselves in the best position to deescalate, and that’s what you saw.”


Wild Thing's comment...........


Amazing! This racist mayor should be in jail. What kind of leader gives a bunch of criminals space to destroy private and public property?


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Baltimore Erupts In Chaos





Baltimore Erupts In Chaos

Protests over the death of Freddie Gray, who died in police custody, took a violent turn on Saturday, resulting in dozens of arrests and widespread property damage.


Wild Thing's comment..........

There are hundreds of homicides annually in Baltimore (235 in 2013)...black males killing other black males. If they should be outraged, they should be outraged about that.


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In Miami a Muslim Assistant Chief of Police Refuses To Salute U.S. Flag



Muslim Assistant Chief of Police Refuses To Salute U.S. Flag


Miami Times


Fraternal Order of Police President Javier Ortiz was in the front row at a promotional event last week at Miami Police College to film Najiy, a 32-year-veteran of the agency, during the pledge. As other members placed their hands over their hearts, Najiy kept her arms by her sides.

In doing so, Ortiz says, she failed to exhibit courtesy and etiquette that “must be exercised when wearing a law enforcement uniform.”

“If you’re not pledging allegiance to the United States, my question is what country are you pledging allegiance to?” Ortiz says. “Anyone who isn’t offended by that is not American, because when you become a U.S. citizen, you pledge allegiance to the .US.”

Yesterday evening, Ortiz sent a letter to Chief Rodolfo Llanes outlining the event. He also suggested appropriate discipline, including Najiy’s removal from a commander position.


Wild Thing's comment.........

If this person cannot salute our Flag then how can she be trusted to obey and have others follower our laws of our land.



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Governor Abbott Discusses Illegals





Governor Abbott On America's News HQ



Wild Thing's comment..........

I am so glad that after Perry was Texas Gov, that it went to Greg Abbott. Both good men.



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April 26, 2015

Rick Perry: Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition Summit 2015







Rick Perry: Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition Summit 2015




Wild Thing's comment...........

Love his speech.

When Perry speaks of our military one knows he means it, he is a Veteran and none of the other candidates are Veterans.

His experience as a leader is beyond question with his past experience as a true leader to other gov.s in how to run a State the way it should be.



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Ted Cruz • 2015 Iowa Faith & Freedom Summit 4/25/15






Ted Cruz • 2015 Iowa Faith & Freedom Summit • 4/25/15





Wild Thing's comment..........

Good speech. Many of them gave speeches. Santorum, Rubio etc. but I am only posting Perry and Cruz. I am looking forward to when Perry announces. But I also wanted you to hear what Cruz had to say.


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April 25, 2015

Krauthammer Slams the ‘Unbelievable Arrogance Of The Clintons’ Over Uranium Deal




Krauthammer Slams the ‘Unbelievable Arrogance Of The Clintons’ Over Uranium Deal


Charles Krauthammer said the “unbelievable arrogance of the Clintons” is only display with the Hillary Clinton Uranium Scandal. The very idea they think they “can get away with” this slimy pay to play activity.


Wild Thing's comment............

I agree and they will continue to get more and more arrogant as they keep getting away with the things they do.




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Jeb Bush Refuses to Say Any Criticism of Clinton Foreign Donation Scandal



Jeb Bush Refuses to Say Any Criticism of Clinton Foreign Donation Scandal


Despite the bipartisan criticism of the Clintons’ latest foreign donations-for-favors scandal that has brought serious consideration from media of all stripes, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush refused to jump into the fray to question the Clintons over the controversy.

Speaking at an event sponsored by the Manhattan GOP, Bush demurred from speaking too harshly about Clinton’s latest scandal.


The charges are being seriously investigated by several mainstream media outfits and are being given sober treatment by media outlets across the ideological spectrum.

About all Bush would say about the growing controversy is that Clinton is “going to have to be held accountable, like all of us, about dealings.” He added, “That’s part of the process, right?”

The one-time Florida Governor continued saying, “I don’t ‘go off’ on Hillary Clinton.”




Wild Thing's comment.........

Go away Jeb.


He used to be a Republican, I wonder why he does not run as a Democrat. Almost everything he says and wants are what a democrat would say.

And another thing he should know is that many democrats are really ticked off at Hillary and Bill for this latest scandal of theirs.


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Holder: Historians Will View My Tenure As ‘Golden Age’ Of Justice Dept - Total BS!



Holder: Historians Will View My Tenure As ‘Golden Age’ Of Justice Dept

During his farewell address to the Justice Department Friday, Attorney General Eric Holder referred to his tenure at the Department of Justice as its “golden age” and in the same mold as Robert Kennedy’s storied tenure..

Loretta Lynch will take over the department following the Senate’s 56-43 confirmation vote Thursday.

HOLDER: I said earlier that when we celebrated Robert Kennedy’s 50th anniversary of his swearing in 2011, people said that was the golden age for the United States Department of Justice. Well, I think 50 years from now, maybe even sooner than that, people will look at the work you all did and say this was another golden age. That’s how good you all are. That’s how good you all are. That’s how dedicated and committed and wonderful you all have been. With a focus on justice. With a focus on helping those who cannot help themselves. You have distinguished yourselves.



Wild Thing's comment...............

Only Holder would think this. He has been beyond horrible.


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April 24, 2015

Bret Baier Fox News Reporting: The Tangled Clinton Web on Clinton's Tonight 10pm EST





Bret Baier Fox News Reporting: The Tangled Clinton Web on Clinton's Tonight 10pm EST



Wild Thing's comment............

Yesterday morning Bret was on Martha's show on FOX and they discussed the report he has worked on for tonight at a special time at 10 EST.

Here is some of what they discussed.



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Hillary Clinton Donors Funnel Uranium To Russia






Hillary Clinton Donors Funnel Uranium To Russia


Investors in the company Uranium One donated millions upon millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation, after which Secretary of State Hillary Clinton signed off on a deal transferring Uranium One's assets to the government of Russia. Secretary Clinton hid the donations from the Obama administration.


Wild Thing's comment........

Hillary’s greatest accomplishments have been eternal lying, denials, coverups and stonewalling!!!!



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Charles Krauthammer: Unbelievable Arrogance of the Clintons Who Fully Expect to Get Away With This



Charles Krauthammer: Unbelievable Arrogance of the Clintons Who Fully Expect to Get Away With This

Charles: They think in the end they're gonna get away with it. Then next year, the Clintons will say 'this is old news'

That is a great point. The Clintons have a long history of sailing right through a scandal that would sink any Republican instantly.




Wild Thing's comment...........

They will get away with anything they do, they always have. I am so fed up with how the Clintons and Obama get away with all the things they do. Disgusted!


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April 23, 2015

Russian S-300 Missile Launch Goes Terribly Wrong



Here's what a failed Russian military rocket launch looks like


Amid Vladimir Putin’s controversial decision to authorize the sale of the S-300 missile system to Iran, a video has surfaced purportedly showing a failed Russian military missile launch.

While the type of missile was not immediately confirmed, a Russian military official reportedly told AFP on Wednesday that a rocket had crashed in the Arkhangelsk region in northern Russia.

In approximately eight seconds the missile shoots upward and then plummets back to the ground.

Iran’s acquisition of S-300 systems would be “a complete game changer for all fourth-gen aircraft [like the F-15, F-16 and F/A-18]. That thing is a beast and you don’t want to get near it,” a senior US Marine Corps aviator told The Daily Beast.



Wild Thing's comment.........

I bet this does not impress Iran, I wonder if they paid the bill yet for their order.


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Veterans JR Martinez and Noah Galloway talk ‘Dancing with the Stars






JR Martinez and Noah Galloway talk ‘Dancing with the Stars

Former “Dancing with the Stars” winner JR Martinez sits down with fellow wounded warrior and current season contestant Noah Galloway for an in-depth conversation about military service, the nature of war, and dealing with a life-changing injury.




Wild Thing's comment..........

Great interview. Noah has been doing so great on the dancing with the stars show.


This was a night that both Nick and I were brought to tears, so very proud of this Veteran Noah Galloway.


Noah Galloway & Sharna Burgess dance the Contemporary to "American Soldier" by Toby Keith on Dancing with the Stars’ Most Memorable Year Night!



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