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Dr. Brian Babin, next congressman from Texas Congressional District #36, meets with Director Daniel New, to discuss a legislative solution to the problem of forcing American military personnel to serve under the auspices of the United Nations.  Dr. Babin is a retired dentist who served ten years in our military.  Also present was Jacob Billings, on a field trip to learn about how our government works.

Dr. Brian Babin, next congressman from Texas Congressional District #36, meets with Director Daniel New, to discuss a legislative solution to the problem of forcing American military personnel to serve under the auspices of the United Nations. Dr. Babin is a retired dentist who served ten years in our military. Also present was Jacob Leach, on a field trip to learn about how our government works.

A Tale Of Two Countries: What You Aren’t Being Told

Posted by on Jan 21, 2016 in Articles | Comments Off on A Tale Of Two Countries: What You Aren’t Being Told

A Tale Of Two Countries: What You Aren’t Being Told

Here are two factual cases involving two separate countries. The cases both begin similarly but have drastically different endings. Case One: A foreign naval vessel is lumbering in international waters. It is flying a brand new 8’x5’ flag, which unmistakably identifies it as a major ally of the country whose coastline is nearest the ship. The ship’s markings are ten feet high on both sides. It is not a warship. It is an intelligence-gathering ship. For all intents and purposes, it is defenseless against any warship or attack aircraft...

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Six boys and 13 Hands….Iwo Jima Memorial

Posted by on Nov 11, 2015 in Articles | Comments Off on Six boys and 13 Hands….Iwo Jima Memorial

Six boys and 13 Hands….Iwo Jima Memorial

As I sit here alone this Veteran’s day at 1:39 this afternoon and cannot drive and think all of the places my veteran friends are eating at different places. I did not want to call any of them to disturb them today. I was reading the following email and thought about my Regiment of WWII at Liverngnano, Italy. MY Regiment had 3,000 and the cemetary had 4,402. Six miles down the Road the German Cemetery had 22,000 and some were only 15 years old. 26,000 men died defending or taking that Mountain Pass. NO Mountain is worth the loss of 26,000...

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Why has Congress abdicated its war-making powers?

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Articles | Comments Off on Why has Congress abdicated its war-making powers?

The Constitution is not unclear on the war-making powers of Congress.  Article I, Sec. 8: “The Congress shall have power to… To declare war…; To raise and support armies…; To provide and maintain a navy; The President of the United States does not have the authority to take this nation to war.  Nor does the Security Council of the United Nations.  Yet both have done so in recent years, and both Republican and Democrat presidents have been guilty of usurping the authority of Congress. Why...

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Memorial Day 2015

Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Articles | Comments Off on Memorial Day 2015

Memorial Day 2015

Fact:  America worships its military.  It has all the trappings of a religion.  Just as the Romans worshipped Mars, he remains one of our favorite gods today. Fact:  There are soldiers and there are warriors.  They are not the same thing.  Even when they wear the same uniforms, the difference is in their heads.  Fact:  Not everyone who wears the uniform is a hero.  Calling them heroes cheapens the meaning of the word, and diminishes those who really have done heroic deeds.  Fact:  Soldiers (and warriors) are tools. ...

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Sen. Cruz Introduces Bill to Give Combat Pay for Soldiers “Fighting Ebola”

Posted by on Dec 6, 2014 in Articles | Comments Off on Sen. Cruz Introduces Bill to Give Combat Pay for Soldiers “Fighting Ebola”

Sen. Cruz Introduces Bill to Give Combat Pay for Soldiers “Fighting Ebola”

Senator Ted Cruz introduces bill to grant combat pay and status to those sent to Africa and risk their lives “fighting ebola”. “Any soldier who is subject to a 21 day quarantine, any soldier who is risking his or her life, his or her family’s life with a deadly, terrifying disease, is taking on a risk comparable to the risk of going to combat and risking an enemy bullet. Existing law doesn’t allow that. It is my hope that we’re going to see some bipartisan agreement in changing existing law so that we can recognize the...

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Veterans Unable to Reach VA Call Center

Posted by on Dec 6, 2014 in Articles | Comments Off on Veterans Unable to Reach VA Call Center

The pattern of callous disregard for our military veterans, particularly by the Obama administration, is beginning to look more and more like a campaign to demoralize our military. Whether deliberate or not, that’s certainly the net effect. “Use’em and lose’em” looks almost like our national policy toward those veterans who have found themselves homeless and in need of medical attention. This is a national disgrace, and something must be done about it. Thousand of homeless veterans who tried to reach the...

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Veterans Day 2014

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Articles | Comments Off on Veterans Day 2014

Veterans Day 2014

From Armistice Day to Veterans Day, we remember those who paid the ultimate price in military service to their country.  We also honor those who served and survived, and include in that the recognition and public support of all those currently serving on Active Duty, plus those in Reserves and in the National Guard, etc. None of this is difficult for most Americans — we are a militant nation, and we come very close to idolatry with our worship of all things military — at least a large number of Americans do.  They call a “hero”...

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American Military Leaders Now Working On Behalf Of The Enemy?

Posted by on Feb 20, 2014 in Articles | Comments Off on American Military Leaders Now Working On Behalf Of The Enemy?

American Military Leaders Now Working On Behalf Of The Enemy?

Leaders? Where are they? For years, the late Col. David H. Hackworth warned about self-serving, porcelain princes in leadership positions not acting as leaders, but as political hacks seeking only to enhance their own career. Leadership, at best, is granted lip service but rarely practiced in the rarefied air of the military hierarchy. After all, one public faux pas can be a career ender. If Patton were around today, he would have been purged at once from the U.S. Army by its porcelain princes. Billy and Karen Vaughn, Gold Star parents of...

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America’s Secret War in 134 Countries

Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in Articles | Comments Off on America’s Secret War in 134 Countries

America’s Secret War in 134 Countries

  They operate in the green glow of night vision in Southwest Asia and stalk through the jungles of South America.  They snatch men from their homes in the Maghreb and shoot it out with heavily armed militants in the Horn of Africa.  They feel the salty spray while skimming over the tops of waves from the turquoise Caribbean to the deep blue Pacific.  They conduct missions in the oppressive heat of Middle Eastern deserts and the deep freeze of Scandinavia.  All over the planet, the Obama administration is waging a secret war whose...

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MARINE TO GUN-GRABBER DI FEINSTEIN: ‘NO MA’AM’

Posted by on Jan 4, 2013 in Articles | Comments Off on MARINE TO GUN-GRABBER DI FEINSTEIN: ‘NO MA’AM’

Joshua Boston, a retired Corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps, has a message for Senator Dianne Feinstein (D, CA) concerning her newest gun banning bill. Corporal Boston says, “No Ma’Am.” Boston posted an open letter to Senator Feinstein at CNN’s ireport site on December 27 to let DiFi know that he, at least, would not submit to the government denuding him of his Second Amendment rights. Boston informed Sen. Feinstein that he will not register his weapons nor does he believe the Senator or anyone else in government has...

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