Nanci Pelosi – who has the safest seat in Congress – is marshaling her troops for a suicide charge:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged her colleagues to back a major overhaul of U.S. health care even if it threatens their political careers, a call to arms that underscores the issue’s massive role in this [...]
Looks like the Navy isn’t the only service having one:
“Why does the country need an independent Air Force?” the senior civilian assistant to Gen. Norton A. Schwartz, the service’s chief of staff, had written. For the first time in the 62-year history of the Air Force, the answer isn’t entirely clear.
The Air [...]
Michael Yon’s photograph of Major Lucy Lehker comforting a wounded Canadian Forces soldier made its way to the soldier’s parents.
They said “thanks.”
I suppose it has a certain bureaucratic elegance:
For the first time ever, a bill that would change the name of the Department of the Navy will be voted on as a standalone measure on the House floor.
The legislation, which would rename the Department of the Navy to the Department of the Navy [...]
The reliably pro-abortion New York Times is carrying an article today about anti-abortion activists pointing out an inconvenient truth:
Across the country, the anti-abortion movement, long viewed as almost exclusively white and Republican, is turning its attention to African-Americans and encouraging black abortion opponents across the country to become more active.
A new documentary, [...]
That’s the pace of “Le Boudin,” the marching song of the French Foreign Legion.
Last to march, first to fight.
An 8.8 seismological event on the Richter Scale in Chile – an almost unimaginably powerful quake, considering that the Richter Scale is logarithmic.
The destruction in South America will be massive, if this is any indication: The Navy is evacuating parts Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, nearly 7000 miles away. Tsunami warnings are in effect as [...]