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Todd Palin Dedicates His 2015 Iron Dog Run to Chris Kyle
By Marion Algier – AskMarion Todd Palin, husband of Sarah Palin and four-time champion of the Tesoro Iron Dog, the world’s longest snowmobile race, which traces the path of the Iditarod race with an extra journey of several hundred miles … Continue reading
Posted in Americana, Events, Family and Friends, Freedom, Fun, Leadership, News, Remembering, Sports and Competition, Travel Tagged Alaska, Chris Kyle, heroes, Iditarod, Iron Dog, military, Palin, Races, Sarah Palin, the Palins, Todd Palin, veterans 10 Comments
Robin Williams… Humble Hero and Comic Virtuoso Dead at 63
Goodbye Robin Williams… May you rest in peace!! Thank you for all the joy and laughter you brought into all our lives!! For the talent you shared and for all your good works!! May you find the joy, peace and laughter … Continue reading
Posted in Americana, Charity, Entertainment, Fun, Fun and Happiness, Health and wellness, News and politics, Remembering Tagged Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, comedy, depression, entertainment, Genius, heroes, Hollywood, joy, Laughter, mental illness, movies, Parkinson's Disease, remembering, Robin Williams, St. Jude, staycation, Stigma, Substance Abuse, Suicide, tragedy, USO 18 Comments
D-Day Fallen and Veterans Honored on 70th Anniversary
In the military, D-Day is the day on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated. The best known D-Day is June 6, 1944, the day of the Normandy landing. The Normandy landings, codenamed Operation Neptune, were the … Continue reading
Posted in Americana, History, Military, Remembering, Thoughts ... Tagged courage, D-Day, freedom, Greatest Generation, heroes, History, Normandy, patriotism, Reagan, remembering, Ronald Reagan, sacrifice, speeches, the Greatest Generation, Veterans Affairs, War, WWII 1 Comment
Palin to Obama… You Blew it Again, Barack Obama
Governor Palin’s latest Facebook post: Commander-in-Chief’s Definition of “Honorable Service” Includes Anti-American Actions While in Uniform; He Just Destroyed Troop Morale The Obama administration tells America this soldier served “with honor and distinction.” (http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/susan-rice-bergdahl-served-honor-and-distinction_794066.html) No, Mr. President, a soldier expressing … Continue reading
Posted in Knowledge Is Power, manipulation of the public, Military, Politics, Wake Up, Watch the Other Hand Tagged Bergdahl, heroes, knowledge, Lies. War, manipulation, military, Obama, Obamaland, Palin, Sarah Palin, Taliban, terrorism, terrorists, traitor, troops 3 Comments
Montel Williams Delivers Emotional Speech to Military Heroes — What Happens at the Two-Minute Mark Reveals His Character
Video: Montel Williams on Military Veterans TheBlaze: Television personality Montel Williams was overcome with emotion and became visibly choked up while delivering a speech addressing the ongoing Veterans Affairs scandal at a Memorial Day picnic in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged character, heroes, military, Montel Williams, speeches, TheBlaze, troops, VA, veterans, Veterans Affairs 1 Comment
Many veterans still wait weeks for mental health care
The Department of Veterans Affairs keeps more than a third of new mental health patients waiting longer than its goal of 14 days to begin treatment, internal data show. USAToday – Cross-Posted at THITW: Thousands of veterans seeking help for … Continue reading
Posted in Freedom, Health and wellness, Knowledge Is Power, Patriotism, You Be the Judge Tagged debt, Failure, healthcare, heroes, holidays, mental health, military, PTSD, remembering, Seniors, soldiers, Support, troops, VA, veterans, Veterans Day 1 Comment
Veterans Day Tribute
Video: Veterans Day Tribute History of Veterans Day Veteran’s Affairs: World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” – officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of … Continue reading
Posted in Constitution, Freedom, History, Holidays, Knowledge Is Power, Leadership, Patriotism, Remembering, Strength, Tradition Tagged Armistice, FDR, heroes, holidays, JFK, military, Reagan, remembering, tributes, troops, veterans, Veterans Day, War 3 Comments
CNN: Palin Influence Far from Diminishing
Breitbart: Sarah Palin’s influence is hardly fading, according to a CNN report. “The Republican establishment can’t stand her. The media mocks her,” CNN’s Peter Hamby writes. “But Sarah Palin isn’t going anywhere. Far from it.” Sal Russo of the Tea … Continue reading
Posted in Changing Winds, Choices, Common Sense, Conservatives, Constitution, Freedom, Get Involved, Knowledge Is Power, Leadership, low-informed voters, manipulation of the public, Media, News and politics, Patriotism, Politics, Small Victories, Solutions, Stand Up, Strength, Wake Up, Watch the Other Hand, You Be the Judge Tagged 2014 Election, 2015 Election, alternative media, charisma, CNN, collusion, Constitution, courage, Election 2014, Election 2016, fear, heroes, Hope, Jim DeMint, kingmaker, leadership, Palin, Reaganesque, Sarah Palin, SarahPac, Saving America, tea party, Ted Cruz, Tested, Undefeated 20 Comments
Benjamin Netanyahu FULL SPEECH On IRAN – United Nations General Assembly [video]
Now here is a man of courage and strength who understands the issues and exudes leadership. An ally that America has left behind. Video: Netanyahu: Rouhani ‘Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing’ (2:15 Mins) See Full Speech Below Video: Benjamin Netanyahu FULL … Continue reading
Posted in Common Sense, Communication, Get Involved, low-informed voters, News and politics, Politics, Solutions, Stand Up, Strength, Wake Up, You Be the Judge Tagged Benjamin Netanyahu, common sense, foreign affairs, Get Involved, heroes, Iran, Israel, leadership, Middle East, Netanyahu, nuclear Iran, politics, Rouhani, speeches, UN, United Nations, wake-up America, you be the judge 4 Comments