Monday, April 30, 2012

Students face discipline for racist tweets about Joel Ward

Students face discipline for racist tweets about Joel Ward

New England has their share of bigots and racist just like everywhere else in the US.
These kids in Melrose, Reading, Boston, Marblehead Massachusetts and Cranston Rhode Island learn these prejudices from their racist parents and external environment.

U.Va. Study Finds Enduring Differences in the Economic Chances of Blacks and Whites

U.Va. Study Finds Enduring Differences in the Economic Chances of Blacks and Whites

APNewsBreak: Female drill sgt boss fights removal

APNewsBreak: Female drill sgt boss fights removal

Why is this happening when Barack Obama is the Commander-In-Chief? I thought we lived in a Post Racial Age in the United States and that racism is from a by-gone era.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Obama got bin Laden; he doesn't get wars – USATODAY.com

Obama got bin Laden; he doesn't get wars – USATODAY.com

Indeed, Barack Obama is a war monger and he has followed many of the same foreign policies as  George W. Bush.

General: USMC not giving women infantry jobs - Marine Corps News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Marine Corps Times

General: USMC not giving women infantry jobs - Marine Corps News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Marine Corps Times

This is just another set back for women in their quest to be full citizens of the United States of America, and President Obama sits as the Commander-In-Chief of said forces.
Was this what Romney was talking about in reference to Obama's War On Women?

Obama's Loving the War on Women

Obama's Loving the War on Women

Fighters launched 156 times for China | The Japan Times Online

Fighters launched 156 times for China | The Japan Times Online

Japan will not sit by idly as China continues to build up all its military forces.
Japan already has the technology and capability of building nuclear weapons.
Japan must do what is in Japan's best interest and someone needs to tell President Obama that the USA can't afford to police the world for the cost is too high.

Lebanon's Katya Bachrouche Aims for Olympic Glory | Middle East Voices | Arab Spring News

Lebanon's Katya Bachrouche Aims for Olympic Glory | Middle East Voices | Arab Spring News

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Goldberg: Obama's tainted bundler

Goldberg: Obama's tainted bundler

Scandals surround the Obama Administration as the Fumbler-In Chief looks rather dumbfounded and confused.
 Former US Senator and Ex-Governor of New Jersey Jon Corzine makes Bernie Madoff look like an innocent choir boy.
Perhaps Jon Corzine can tell the Special Prosecutor what happen to the missing 1.2. billion dollars.
I doubt whether the US Justice Department led the Obama clone Eric Holder will do a thorough comprehensive in-depth investigation into the alleged crimes of Jon Corzine in an election year when Obama is trying to get reelected for a second term.

Panetta: Iranian influence in South America akin to 'expanding terrorism' - The Hill's DEFCON Hill

Panetta: Iranian influence in South America akin to 'expanding terrorism' - The Hill's DEFCON Hill

World Wide Break Through By UVa Doctors

Patients, doctors discuss lives changed by new UVa treatment

Vietnam Ambassador Discusses Hanoi's View of the World

Vietnam Ambassador Discusses Hanoi's View of the World

Monday, April 23, 2012

Palestinian Sentenced to Death for Selling a Home to Jews

Palestinian Sentenced to Death for Selling a Home to Jews

Obamacare will save Medicare $200 billion by 2016

Obamacare will save Medicare $200 billion by 2016


How do we know that these figures are correct and not politically calculated?

U.S. plans for larger presence in Pacific - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

U.S. plans for larger presence in Pacific - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Black Buzz says the Obama foreign policy in the far east has driven China and the Russian Federation closer together and the military build-up in the future by China and Russia will have a great regional impact as to how Japan and South Korea proceed to keep pace with their long time foes.
India has already tested successfully a long range ballistic missile that could reach Shanghai and they do have the capability of arming their long range missiles with nuclear war heads.
Indeed India is a big time military player and they are not afraid of China.

Army probes drug use by soldiers in Afghanistan - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Army probes drug use by soldiers in Afghanistan - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Demand grows for UAV pilots, sensor operators - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Demand grows for UAV pilots, sensor operators - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Iran says it’s pulled ops data from U.S. drone - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Iran says it’s pulled ops data from U.S. drone - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Romney promises increased Pentagon budgets - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Romney promises increased Pentagon budgets - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

More firings likely in Secret Service sex flap - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

More firings likely in Secret Service sex flap - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Black Buzz says the firings in the Secret Service are only a tip of the iceberg of a wide spread pattern and practice of sexual misconduct by some personnel in the said Agency.

U.S., Afghanistan agree to strategic pact - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

U.S., Afghanistan agree to strategic pact - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Jordan to hold large-scale military drill - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

Jordan to hold large-scale military drill - Air Force News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Air Force Times

The Middle East could explode at any moment.

China, Russia launch joint naval drills

China, Russia launch joint naval drills

Black Buzz says Obama's beefing up of the US forces in the Pacific and the shifting of defense commitments to far East has driven the two old foes closer together.

I predict that China and the Russian Federation will significantly increase military spending to offset the balance of power in the Far East.
 South Korea and India are nations to really watch as the nuclear arms race heats up all over the world.

NIH Grant Aims to Detect Domestic Violence, and Offer Help, by Tablet Computer

NIH Grant Aims to Detect Domestic Violence, and Offer Help, by Tablet Computer

Sunday, April 22, 2012

I Am Beer Wise: Did You Get Younger?

I Am Beer Wise: Did You Get Younger?: Anytime I take a slight or in this case a lengthy hiatus from my beer blogging duties I feel like this part of the universe has passed me by...

Aide: Obama is addressing Secret Service, GSA scandals

Aide: Obama is addressing Secret Service, GSA scandals

* Black Buzz says how?

Friday, April 20, 2012

Negritos: The First Settlers of the Philippines | Philippine Almanac

Negritos: The First Settlers of the Philippines | Philippine Almanac

All the DNA findings suggest that the Negritos have the exact same match as the Pygmies of the Congo River Basin in Africa. Most scholars do not believe that these small dwarfish like Black people originated in Borneo or other areas of the South Pacific but migrated out of Africa using the coastal route through India to said South Pacific some 20,000 years ago.

 Black Buzz states that he will be interviewing a person who has seen and talked with the Negritos of the Philippines.

UVa Announces 2012 Jefferson Trust Grants

UVa Announces 2012 Jefferson Trust Grants

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

U.S. troops posed with body parts of Afghan bombers

U.S. troops posed with body parts of Afghan bombers

Retirement Event for Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond to Fund Professorship in His Honor

Retirement Event for Civil Rights Leader Julian Bond to Fund Professorship in His Honor

Strip-Searches: Obama Wants You to Bend Over (Or Squat) and Spread ‘Em

Strip-Searches: Obama Wants You to Bend Over (Or Squat) and Spread ‘Em

The West Wants to Take the Rest of Sudan’s Oil

The West Wants to Take the Rest of Sudan’s Oil

Is the CIA fostering tensions between the new government in Southern Sudan and the puppet government in Khartoum over who will control the South's oil?

So there is basically nothing new here with the West following its typical pattern of Manifest Destiny foreign policies solely for the benefit of its Multinationals back home.


Obama Administration Withholds Home Foreclosure Aid to Hardest Hit

Obama Administration Withholds Home Foreclosure Aid to Hardest Hit

Who’s Malcolm X? Amiri Baraka and Bill Fletcher Debate

Who’s Malcolm X? Amiri Baraka and Bill Fletcher Debate

Black Buzz says that Marable book on Malcolm X is full of lies, distortions, and misrepresentations which is pawned off to the public as good scholarship.
No true scholar or admirer of  Malcolm X accepts this bogus academic exercise by Marable who relied on what other poor scholars had written about Malcolm without any evidentiary proof to substantiate his erroneous conclusions about Betty and Malcolm.

The sponsored media has systematically fed us with a steady diet of Negro academic pimps on CNN, MSNBC who are nothing but front men and women for the corrupt Democratic Party. None of these academic pimps knew Malcolm and none have ever been involved in the on-going struggle for Black Liberation in the USA nor anywhere else in the African Diaspora.


These academic pimps come from such schools as Georgetown, Columbia, Harvard and Penn to name a few. The scholarship of these pimps is shabby and they do in fact have a political agenda which has everything to do with returning the Anti-Progressive President Barack Obama to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.






Can Black Become Beautiful Again

Can Black Become Beautiful Again

Fidel Castro and Ozzie Guillen: Evasion of Truth

Fidel Castro and Ozzie Guillen: Evasion of Truth

* This is a great article and dispels many of the falsehoods raised by some in the Cuban American Community.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Daum: The radical message of 'Girls'

Daum: The radical message of 'Girls'

Obama reassures the rich on his “Buffett Rule”

Obama reassures the rich on his “Buffett Rule”

How We Pay Taxes: 11 Charts - The Atlantic

How We Pay Taxes: 11 Charts - The Atlantic

WIU to Mark Equal Pay Day 2012 - University Relations - Western Illinois University

WIU to Mark Equal Pay Day 2012 - University Relations - Western Illinois University

Gender Equality In Green Jobs: A Promising New Sector Must Ensure Pay Equality

Gender Equality In Green Jobs: A Promising New Sector Must Ensure Pay Equality: pby Rebecca Lefton, Jorge Madrid and Lejla Sadiku A clean energy economy will generate new industries and jobs in manufacturing, construction, science and engineering, and much more. And if we do it right, it will also enhance gender pay equality. Let’s not transfer the gender pay gap of the traditional economy to the new green [...]/p

http://www.ktvz.com/news/30908227/detail.html

http://www.ktvz.com/news/30908227/detail.html

Tamar speaks - Chicago Sun-Times

Tamar speaks - Chicago Sun-Times

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AAUW - AAUW Releases State-By-State Rankings for Equal Pay Day

AAUW - AAUW Releases State-By-State Rankings for Equal Pay Day

D. C. is ranked number one and Wyoming is ranked last. Women please stay away from the state of Wyoming.

Cavaliers Complete Unbeaten ACC Season With 6-1 Win Over Miami - University of Virginia Cavaliers Official Athletic Site - VirginiaSports.com

Cavaliers Complete Unbeaten ACC Season With 6-1 Win Over Miami - University of Virginia Cavaliers Official Athletic Site - VirginiaSports.com

Vietnam's Ambassador to U.S. Speaks Friday

Vietnam's Ambassador to U.S. Speaks Friday

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Our Family's Visit to Yorktown Battlefield in Yorktown, Virginia in 1973 and 2010

Black Buzz News Service
Dudley Digges House
Yorktown Battlefield
Yorktown, Virginia
A survivor of the siege of Yorktown in 1781.  The Dudley Digges house is a
superb example of Tidewater, Virginia homes during the Colonial Era
Pittsburgh, PA
April 12, 2012


By Tricia


In 1973, I along with my parents and family experienced the beginning of the British colonial American adventure in 1607  at Jamestown, Virginia.  Later on that hot day in July,  we relived the end of that British involvement at Yorktown in 1781.   I remember being thrilled at seeing the actual trenches that were dug by those brave early American soldiers at Yorktown.   Recently I returned to the tiny town located on the sparkling York River.  Once again I visited the battlefield, this time with different family members.  We were riveted as the guide described the events that led to the Revolutionary War's end in that little Virginia hamlet. General George Cornwallis, British commander of Georgia and the Carolinas was discouraged by the successes of the very able American commander, General Nathaniel Greene.  So he moved his forces into Virginia seeking a safe harbor where the British could use their superior navy to control American trade on the  Chesapeake, and  would be able to quickly evacuate his army if necessary. Our guide showed us where George Washington and the French fleet bottled up Cornwallis, forcing him to  raise the white flag,  making this the second time during the War that an entire British Army surrendered to the Americans. 


The Yorktown Victory Center is a living history museum.  Through licensed guides, films, and hands -on activities, one can learn more about our history.  The role of African Americans is also revealed.


A visit to the gift shop and the other quaint shops that abound, and a stroll down the streets of historic Yorktown will make history come alive.  
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Further investigation by Black Buzz has revealed that hundreds of African American patriots along with other patriots and the French, played a major role in defeating the British under the forces of General Cornwallis.  On August 29, 1778, the Black Elite First Rhode Island Regiment defeated three assaults by British troops at the Battle of Rhode Island (Newport).  The First Rhode Island Regiment was the first Black unit in America.  (This unit was also comprised of Narragansett Indians and a few Whites).  
The First Rhode Island Black Regiment along with other Black Minutemen who fought at Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill were involved in the fighting at Yorktown.  On October 14, 1781, the regiment took part in the assault and capture of Redoubt 10 (fortification) at the Seize of Yorktown.  According to the Library of Congress, the Black American soldiers did not receive compensation for  their service after the war.  Their White counterparts however received compensation as well as land grants.  
Many native African American Virginians and Carolinians also fought at the Seize of Yorktown.  One of the African American patriots who fought at the Battle of Yorktown was Abraham Cottiler (Cuttilo) who was a freeman of color and who was from York County.  After filing a court claim, Mr. Cottiler received a pension for his service in the Revolutionary War.  His family members consisted of the following: Nancy Cottiler, Betty Cottiler, John Frances, James Wallace and John Cottiler.  (Source: Virginia Revolutionary War Land Grant Claims, p.58). Another African American patriot who fought gallantly at the Battle of Yorktown was Stephen Davenport also from York County.  (Source: Virginia Negro Soldiers, p.34).  African American females served as cooks, nurses, servants and laundresses in the Continental Army and with British troops.
There were hundreds of Black Africans who fought as loyalists with the British at Yorktown.  General Cornwallis sent the Black Africans into the heart of the American lines who were known to have smallpox.  General Cornwallis' intent was to have the infected Black troops spread smallpox among the Continental and French troops.  It should also be noted that more Black Africans served among the British during America's War of Independence than with the Continental patriot forces because the Black Africans were promised emancipation and freedom.  
After Cornwallis' surrender, the Americans rounded up the surviving slaves for re-enslavement.  Many of the Black refugees did in fact escape to Nova Scotia, England and Australia.  Eventually a few Blacks would leave Nova Scotia  to form the Africa State of Sierra Leone.
The following is an excerpt from Alan Gilbert's new book titled: Black Patriots and Loyalists: Fighting for Emancipation in the War of Independence.  "As Daniel Flohr, a German private who walked around the field Yorktown after the battle wrote in his diary: "Most of the corpses are Mohren (Moors)."  


Nelson House, Yorktown Battlefield; Yorktown, Virginia
The Nelson House was built by " Scotch Tom" Nelson in the early 18th century.  This impressive house was the home  of his famous grandson, Thomas Nelson, Jr., a signer of the Declaration of Independence.





                                                                      
             
                                                                          
                                                                                  
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

Syria, Iran, North Korea may test Obama's mettle – USATODAY.com

Syria, Iran, North Korea may test Obama's mettle – USATODAY.com

Government to keep close eye on Kim Jong Un's consolidation of power | The Japan Times Online

Government to keep close eye on Kim Jong Un's consolidation of power | The Japan Times Online

North Korea's impending missile launch puts focus on China – USATODAY.com

North Korea's impending missile launch puts focus on China – USATODAY.com

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Monday, April 9, 2012

Beatrice L. Robinson, Past Dean of Harty Bible School, Pittsburgh, PA

Black Buzz News Service
Beatrice L. Saunders Robinson Project
Saunders Robinson Family Archives
Pittsburgh, PA
April 9, 2012
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The late Beatrice Robinson is the mother of Thomas John Saunders and Ronald B. Saunders and grandmother of  six grandchildren and four great grandchildren.





Mediplacements - High fat diets put pressure on arteries earlier than thought

Mediplacements - High fat diets put pressure on arteries earlier than thought

  Black Buzz says remember you are what you eat, and what you eat today walks and talks tomorrow.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

RACE - THE POWER OF AN ILLUSION, Episode Three Transcript

RACE - THE POWER OF AN ILLUSION, Episode Three Transcript


RACE - THE POWER OF AN ILLUSION, Episode Two Transcript

RACE - THE POWER OF AN ILLUSION, Episode Two Transcript

RACE - THE POWER OF AN ILLUSION, Episode One Transcript

RACE - THE POWER OF AN ILLUSION, Episode One Transcript

 This is a must see for all Americans and some one who has great expertise ( scholar) on the above subject matter should lead a discussion before and after the viewing of said film.


 You need to see all three Episodes of the film to get the full benefit of the video.


* No you are not the expert that you think you are on the complicated subject of race.

Thursday, April 5, 2012

BCG Attorney Search Releases 2012 Guide to America’s Top 50 Law Schools

BCG Attorney Search Releases 2012 Guide to America’s Top 50 Law Schools

* Black Buzz states that Yale Law School again beat out Harvard Law and Stanford Law for the top spot and the University of Virginia Law School is breathing right down Harvard's throat.
 The top law firms in the country rely a great deal on these Law School rankings.

America's Racial Order Is in Midst of Transformation, Says U.Va. Professor

America's Racial Order Is in Midst of Transformation, Says U.Va. Professor

Black Buzz says although I haven't read this book it appears to have some good factual information in it based upon the very rapidly changing demographics in the United States of America.

Giving an Endangered Language Back to Its People

Giving an Endangered Language Back to Its People


*.. Black Buzz says that this is a great article and many scholars believe that the Arapesh ancestors migrated out of Africa using the coastal route through India approximately 75,000 thousand years ago.


*The Negritos or the Black dwarfish people of the Philippine Island have the exact same Mitochondrial DNA as their Mbuti Pygmie cousins of the Ituri  Rainforest in the Congo river basin in present day Zaire which is in Africa. The climate of the Ituri Rainforest is very simliar to the climate in the Philippine Archipelago which made it very adaptable to the ancestors of the Negritos who were food gathering hunters just like the Pygmies of the Ituri Rainforest.

* You may want to review the excellent film/video titled " The Journey Of Man" or the National Geo film titled the Human Family Tree.


Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Fact check: Obama's Supreme Court remarks – USATODAY.com

Fact check: Obama's Supreme Court remarks – USATODAY.com

 After President Obama made some ill advised self serving remarks about the United States Supreme Court in reference to ObamaCare, he is now attempting to walk back his misreading of the role of the federal judiciary more specifically the US Supreme Court.
   President Obama was a senior lecturer at the University of Chicago School of Law but one has to wonder what Constitution was he teaching to the students under his charge? Was it the US Constitution or the Indonesian Constitution?

LYONS: Why we must strike Iran - Washington Times

LYONS: Why we must strike Iran - Washington Times

So what you do you folks at the times suppose we do start another conflict to protect Israel's back.
 Why isn't there any discussion about Israel's nukes? Why are one country's nuclear weapons more dangerous than the next when we really don't know if Iran has a bona-fide nuclear weapons programs. There are other countries around the world that have nuclear energy programs but they haven't converted them into weapons grade nuclear materials.
The Persians have been a nation for some 3500+ years and they are not going to let anybody push them around like they are lost children in the forest or wilderness.
 The Washington Times claims that Iran and the US have been at a state of war going back to the Presidency of Jimmy Carter but is this the real cause of this prolonged war?
The Washington Times fails to mention that it was the regime in England along with the CIA that overthrew the dully elected government in Iran and installed the puppet government of the Shah. The US and its imperial ally the Brits couldn't stand to see the Persian people making an attempt at representative democracy for the Iranians wanted to control their own oil supplies and markets. That is the real reason why the US and the nasty Brits engineered the Coup against the dully elected government of the people in Iran was to have control over the Iranian vast oil resources, production and supplies to feed their own greedy appetites.

Patrick appoints replacement for National Guard official during investigation of rape allegations

Patrick appoints replacement for National Guard official during investigation of rape allegations

Rocket with secret payload launches from Calif. – USATODAY.com

Rocket with secret payload launches from Calif. – USATODAY.com

Afghanistan Falls Apart - By Karen Leigh | Foreign Policy

Afghanistan Falls Apart - By Karen Leigh | Foreign Policy

Sweet: Obama did NOT "hold the title" of a University of Chicago law school professor. - Lynn Sweet

Sweet: Obama did NOT "hold the title" of a University of Chicago law school professor. - Lynn Sweet

Perhaps this time around the media and the Republican Party will do a  more thorough job of vetting President Obama.

UVa Students Biking to Uganda

UVa Students Biking to Uganda

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

To catch a profiling police officer

To catch a profiling police officer

Make sure you get his/her badge number, license plate number, physical description and type of motor vehicle and witness statements; Time day and the exact location.

A tale of two (prejudicial?) cartoons about Trayvon Martin

A tale of two (prejudicial?) cartoons about Trayvon Martin

  Individual racism and systemic/institutional racism is still very pervasive in all our institutions.
Truly racism is an American dilemma which is preventing the country in moving ahead in the 21st Century.
It remains perplexing to me as to why so many Americans are still in denial about their racism, bigotry, and prejudicial behavior.
Yes, I know some of my best friends are Mexican-Americans also. Oh! I never see the color of one's skin I only see a person. Oh! Really!... Are you blind?

The real cost of healthcare

The real cost of healthcare..... Health care in the US is predicated on who you know and how big your pockets are.

Ground beef processor files for bankruptcy, blames 'pink slime'

Ground beef processor files for bankruptcy, blames 'pink slime'

It just goes to show Americans will eat anything without doing any semblance of an investigation as to what they are consuming. Salt, sugar, pink slime and most red meats are very harmful to your health.
What don't you understand?

Politics should have no role in naming U.S. warships | Editorials & Opinions | Fort Worth, Ar...

Politics should have no role in naming U.S. warships | Editorials & Opinions | Fort Worth, Ar...

Lawmaker urges Northrop workers to protest military budget cuts

Lawmaker urges Northrop workers to protest military budget cuts

Thousands jobs are at stake!

Colombian rebels free last 10 military hostages

Colombian rebels free last 10 military hostages

RI soldier who died saving Afghan boy laid to rest

RI soldier who died saving Afghan boy laid to rest

Study Shows Driving Dangers for Teens With ADHD - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather

Study Shows Driving Dangers for Teens With ADHD - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather

UVa Dedicates Piece of Steel from WTC Terrorist Attack

UVa Dedicates Piece of Steel from WTC Terrorist Attack

Permanent 9/11 Memorial Dedicated

Permanent 9/11 Memorial Dedicated

Monday, April 2, 2012

Connecting Trayvon Martin to War and Imperialism 04/02 by Your World News | Blog Talk Radio

Connecting Trayvon Martin to War and Imperialism 04/02 by Your World News | Blog Talk Radio

The Money Mentor: The IRS Warns Tax Filers about the Dirty Dozen

The Money Mentor: The IRS Warns Tax Filers about the Dirty Dozen

iRobot turns to the nuclear industry

iRobot turns to the nuclear industry

Agencies balk at costly OPM background checks - FederalTimes.com

Agencies balk at costly OPM background checks - FederalTimes.com

Suspect in Afghanistan killings had history of alcohol incidents | McClatchy

Suspect in Afghanistan killings had history of alcohol incidents | McClatchy

We do not want a rush to judgement in the instant case nor do we want a cover-up on the part of the United States Military.
  Innocent civilians are always killed in all wars but that should not be a justification for mass murders.

Army's 'chilling trend' puts women at risk - Washington Times

Army's 'chilling trend' puts women at risk - Washington Times


*Women should have the right and opportunity to join and serve in all combat units of the United States Of America Armed forces.
 The  Pentagon should put out a 2424 directive ASAP stating that any attacks on women serving in a combat or non combat position will result in a life sentence without the prospects of parole.
 That kind of directive would drastically reduce the number of attacks on our female soldiers.

AP Exclusive: Images Show North Korea Launch Work - ABC News

AP Exclusive: Images Show North Korea Launch Work - ABC News

Special Report: Intel shows Iran nuclear threat not imminent

Special Report: Intel shows Iran nuclear threat not imminent

Lawmaker: U.S. sees no sign of Assad's grip loosening in Syria

Lawmaker: U.S. sees no sign of Assad's grip loosening in Syria

Lawmaker: U.S. sees no sign of Assad's grip loosening in Syria

Lawmaker: U.S. sees no sign of Assad's grip loosening in Syria

In Yemen, lines blur as U.S. steps up airstrikes

In Yemen, lines blur as U.S. steps up airstrikes

Top Three Myths About the Great Depression and the New Deal | LearnLiberty

Top Three Myths About the Great Depression and the New Deal | LearnLiberty

Andrew Jackson: The First Imperial President | LearnLiberty

Andrew Jackson: The First Imperial President | LearnLiberty

Forgotten Rebellion: Black Seminoles and the Largest Slave Revolt in U.S. History | LearnLiberty

Forgotten Rebellion: Black Seminoles and the Largest Slave Revolt in U.S. History | LearnLiberty

The Trail of Tears: They Knew It Was Wrong | LearnLiberty

The Trail of Tears: They Knew It Was Wrong | LearnLiberty

UVA Research on Getting Premature Babies Home Safely - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather

UVA Research on Getting Premature Babies Home Safely - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather