We’re getting shellacked. Publicly. Like by the Prof himself.
Everyone can see!
So. Time to dig a little deeper, Navy. Time to try a little harder. No more screwing around.
I get about, eh – 800 to a 1000 unique visits a day. Each one of you cleans all the spare change out from [...]
There’s an article in the style section of the New York Times today touching on the depth of anger on the left – an anger so deep it threatens to pull families apart.
FOR years, Sheri Langham looked at the Republican politics of her parents as a tolerable quirk, one she could roll her [...]
That’s what it came down to in 2004. A few ten thousand voters in Ohio. If they’d have gone the other way, this guy is commander-in-chief:
“You know education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can [...]
The race is on as the sojers have once again stolen a march on us in the dark o’ the night, what with their load-bearing equipment and muddy boots, brutally severe haircuts and pinched, shrewish faces all cammied up like.
Never to fret though, for Curt at Chaotic Synaptic Activity has picked up the [...]
It’s called “Speed & Angels” – three words guaranteed to quicken the pulse of anyone who’s ever flown fighters, since the words that follow after are “fight’s on!”
Speed and Angels is the true life story and feature-length action documentary about two navy officers chasing their dreams to become fighter pilots. The [...]
Conservatives will at first find much to love in Thomas Sowell’s op-ed in today’s WSJ, as he identifies what’s really wrong with America’s Iraq project: Diversity
That word has become a sacred mantra, endlessly repeated for years on end, without a speck of evidence being asked for or given to verify the wonderful benefits [...]
When you’re in overhead holding, or proceeding back to the ship for recovery, you check in through Marshall control and on to Tower, where the Air Boss awaits, ruling his airspace. If he wants you to come into the break and land, he’ll call “Charlie” on the radio – it’s the signal to buster [...]
October draws to a close, and even if there isn’t quite a snap in the Sandy Eggo air, there is still the sense of finality, that summer is well and truly over, that the time has come for some sort of harvest. It can even be a bit cold in the morning – I [...]
This is pretty much mine:
For anyone such as has time for a good read these days. “Warheads – Cable News and the Fog of War” by Kenneth Allard, a risen-from-the-ranks scholar / soldier who was the Dean of the Army War College before retiring as a colonel. In his current career he writes and shapes opinions as a [...]