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Shall we gather at the river? – (Roger Ebert and John Wayne)

May 28, 2012 3 comments
Ethan (John Wayne) angrily confronts the Rever...

Ethan (John Wayne) angrily confronts the Reverend (Ward Bond) after being interrupted while gunning down retreating Indians. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The first time I saw him, he was striding toward me out of the burning Georgia sun, as helicopters landed behind him. His face was tanned a deep brown. He was wearing a combat helmet, an ammo belt, carrying a rifle, had a canteen on his hip, stood six feet four inches. He stuck out his hand and said, “John Wayne.” That was not necessary.

Wayne died on June 11, 1979. Stomach cancer. “The Big C,” he called it. He had lived for quite a while on one lung, and then the Big C came back. He was near death and he knew it when he walked out on stage at the 1979 Academy Awards to present Best Picture to “The Deer Hunter,” a film he wouldn’t have made. He looked frail, but he planted himself there and sounded like John Wayne.

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Posse in Hawaii: ‘Shocking’ news coming

May 28, 2012 2 comments

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English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the...

English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the University of Southern California (Video of the speech) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

“When you have the individual who is solely responsible and has the authority to validate any document of this sort and he doesn’t, that’s a problem. … And we do understand that there are a number of these stamps floating around inside the Department of Health.”

Does anyone really know where Obama is from? Find out the startling truth from New York Times best-selling author Jerome Corsi.

“From what you’re telling me,” Gillar said, “it sounds like the next press conference is going to be even more amazing than the last press conference back on March 1st.”

“It will be,” Zullo responded. “The information … is going to be breathtaking when it’s released.”

Video of the interview can be seen below:

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Conspiracy Theorists Were Right All Along! by Gary D. Barnett

May 28, 2012 3 comments

As I opened up an e-copy of the Washington Times today, the headline read: “Federal agency warns of radicals on right.”

Many have talked about this and Karen DeCoster in today’s LRC blog here mentioned this report. Fox News, Drudge and many other “conservative” commentators are up in arms claiming that this is a direct attack against conservatives. I beg to differ. It is an attack against Americans!

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David Shearman and the UN Have a Wonderful Plan For Your Demise | revisedhistory

May 28, 2012 4 comments

By Al Benson Jr.

Most of us grew up believing that the United Nations was truly a beneficent organization that had the welfare of the world as its chief concern. This is the propaganda that has been peddled in most political science textbooks. What a shock it must be when some folks wake up and discover that “it just ain’t so.”

Oh, the United Nations is definitely interested in the world, but its chief interest is in the United Nations controlling the world through some form of world government that will reach right down to the daily lives of most people and the UN will decide where you live, what you eat or don’t eat, what you are allowed to read, and all the rest.

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Prison Planet.com » Bilderberg Boosting Security

May 28, 2012 2 comments

Bilderberg Boosting Security

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May 28, 2012

Bilderberg’s inner circle has become irate in recent days over having to beef their security preparations in anticipation of record numbers of demonstrators.

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(“Next time an imaginary bin Laden melts a million tons of steel with a few gallons of kerosene, ain’t none of us buying a word of it anymore”) Time to Ask Why | Veterans Today

May 28, 2012 1 comment

Next time we are asked to head across the world to steal oil, sell drugs and murder children, we might just head the other direction. Think I am kidding? Ask around.

One of the magical ‘pretzel’ Twin Towers beams

Next time an imaginary bin Laden melts a million tons of steel with a few gallons of kerosene, ain’t none of us buying a word of it anymore. Next car bomb, suicide bomber, crashing plane, we know where to look and who to look for.

I passed 6 veterans yesterday while driving out for dinner, each with their version of “Will work for food” on a sign. It was a warm day, I recognize 82nd Airborne on a tattoo when I see one.

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The Definition of a Vietnam Era Veteran | Veterans Today

May 28, 2012 1 comment

By Bob Hanafin, Staff Writer

A “Vietnam Era” Veteran is defined as any Veteran who served during the official time frame of the Vietnam War anywhere in the world as defined by Congress and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

I would assume that even National Guard members who have achieved official Veterans status as defined by the VA would be considered Vietnam Era Veterans.

I’m basically familiar with this, because most of the VA benefits I applied for and got when I served during the war were because I was a Vietnam Era Vet. However, I know that Congress passed a law in 1996 just after I retired from the Pentagon that changed the definition as it applied to those who served in-country Vietnam proper, and those Veterans who served elsewhere. The time frames are different.

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