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Pelosi/Schiff Argue Congress Can Secretly Subpoena Phone Records of Citizens

Judicial Watch press release today released a transcript of the March 24 oral argument before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit challenging a lower court ruling upholding the secrecy of controversial secretly-issued congressional subpoenas for phone records by Rep. Adam Schiff, Chairman of the U.S. House Permanent Select …

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Burma Army Attacks Kill and Maim as over 24,000 People Are in Hiding in Northern Karen State

Mortar shell from Burma Army attack Burma Army Attacks Kill and Maim as over 24,000 People Are in Hiding in Northern Karen State 16 April 2022 Northern Karen State, Burma  On 15 April the Burma Army sent over 700 troops in two columns of 300 and 400, along with over 100 mules …

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Flag Raised for First Time at National WWI Memorial

Flag Raised for First Time at National World War I Memorial  C. TODD LOPEZ, DOD NEWS Renault FT-17 tankA French-made Renault FT-17 tank, the type used by the American army, displays a gaping hole in its flank, the result from being knocked out by a German shell. The nation’s capital …

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‘History of a Legend’ the British Military’s love affair with the Land Rover

Prince Philip served in the military and had a lasting life love affair with the Land Rover Military series. THE LEGENDARY LAND ROVER The Land Rover appeal went beyond expectations. In 1949 the British Army ordered so many, that the decision was made to paint all Land Rovers in the …

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Green Berets, Portuguese Troops, crippled by rules of engagement, helplessly witness mob terror in Africa

Author of We Dared Win and A Handful of Hard Men Handful of Hard Men By Hannes Wessels Mass Media Madness Hannes Wessels Over the last few days I have received, from a number of people some of the most shocking video clips I have ever seen. When I say …

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Counterinsurgency Operations: the Phoenix Program, 1969-70

A Retrospective on Counterinsurgency Operations The Tay Ninh Provincial Reconnaissance Unit and Its Role in the Phoenix Program, 1969-70 Colonel Andrew R. Finlayson, USMC (Ret.) CIA William Colby pictured on a poster attacking the Phoenix program. CIA History Staff file photo. Date unknown The Phoenix program is arguably the most …

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Abolish the Police? First stop, disband the Capitol Hill police guarding those calling for the disbanding?

Rep Rashida Tlaib official Twitter “No more policing, incarceration, and militarization. It can’t be reformed.” Rashida Tlaib has advocated abolishing the police for months. the Congresswoman was exploring what is a horrific incident to generalize as intentional murder of Black suspects to all tens of thousands of police activities in …

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Profile of a wife of a wounded Warrior: The tough journey of Tara Crenshaw, wife of former SEAL Dan Crenshaw

After graduating SEAL training, Dan deployed to Fallujah, Iraq to join SEAL Team Three, his first of five deployments overseas. His wife Tara was by his side when he was injured. Dan lost an eye and struggled to keep sight in the other eye. He has a detached retina, had …

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“My eight seasons in Hell”

In April of 2000, Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) Mental Health Department (MHD) invited Julien Nguyen, aka NLGO (The Elderly Soldier of Oregon), a former captain of the Republic of Vietnam to speak about his miserable experience as a detainee in multiple labor camps after the fall of Saigon …

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