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Petite guerre

“Oh, Please. A bunch of hicks with deer rifles could never take on the government.” – every leftist beta-male, ever History is a fascinating subject not because of dates and events but because of the personalities and causes that drive them. At the moment, I’m almost halfway through Fischer’s Washington’s Crossing, at a point after […]

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Ex-cop Dorner becomes target of in-country drones?

Via SayUncle, the Border Patrol: confirms that murderous ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner is being targeted by drones: Yesterday, as a task force of 125 officers, some riding Snowcats in the rugged terrain, continued their search, it was revealed that Dorner has become the first human target for remotely-controlled airborne drones on US soil. A senior police […]

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Dishonoring the Corps; Marines in inaugural parade had bolts removed from their rifles

David Codrea has revealed that President Obama has so little regard for the United States Marines risking their lives under his command life that they were forced to dismantle their already empty parade rifles for his second inauguration parade. This is nothing less than a slap in the face of the Corps: “Didn’t know the […]

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Thoughts on the Green Beret Second Amendment letter

Late yesterday I became aware of a statement either extraordinary or obvious, depending upon your point of view. More than 1,000 active duty and retired Green Berets had signed a letter in support of the Second Amendment. The letter itself is measured, matter-of-fact, and echoes many of the themes we’ve covered here before. They find […]

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SPLASH ONE: Head of Chinese carrier aircraft program dies of heart attack during plane’s first carrier landing

[tweet https://twitter.com/limlouisa/status/272926569905934336] Copying old Russian designs must be nerve-wracking.

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