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A quiet calm before the storm

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A quiet calm before the storm

This is the second of a five-part series on my experiences and observations of the 58th Inauguration for President of the United States.  The other posts will be: From a sea of Red to oceans of Pink | Good intent gone very wrong | Escape from D.C. The first post was: Excitement in the Air After a…

Excitement in the Air

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Excitement in the Air

This is the first of a five-part series on my experiences and observations of the 58th Inauguration for President of the United States.  The other posts will be: A quiet calm before the storm | From a sea of Red to oceans of Pink | Good intent gone very wrong | Escape from D.C. From the moment I…

Bring back the War Department

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Bring back the War Department

Will someone let me know when war is easy and uncomplicated? I have tried to write about the complexities, the milli-second decision making, the wide gray area between right and wrong when it comes to war. In fact I just wrote about it some the other day. You can watch war movies all day, and…

Blatant Lies

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Blatant Lies

I encourage you to please check out the video at http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/may/04/charles-keating-iv-navy-seal-isis-battle-video and tell me how that is not combat!! I realize that not everyone who reads this site has been to combat, but to be honest you don’t need to in order to recognize what is happening in the video as pure, unadulterated combat. For the…

The BlueFalcon Leader

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The BlueFalcon Leader

As sad as it is, and trust me this is the ultimate BlueFalcon by a leader (especially a leader like the President), but I am not surprised. Also as sad is that even though it is April Fools Day, this is no joke. So as an experienced and combat-proven leader is about to move out…

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