Archive for December2018

IAFF’s Golsteyn Charged with Murder

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Charges Stem from Afghan Incident IAFF Chief of Operations Mathew Golsteyn has been charged with premeditated murder in the killing of an Afghan man in 2011 while he was deployed there. Read more about Golsteyn here. The news of the killing isn’t really news. The Times reports that the Army investigated the killing in 2013 […]

Leadership: Liars, Cheats and Thieves

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Wishing for Incompetence Oh, for the good old days when the misdeeds and blunders of our leaders were policy-related and borne of incompetence. The worst disasters were errant and stupid wars where presidents led us into military quicksand even when the writing was on the wall. Lyndon Johnson didn’t start us on the road to […]

EMT as White Nationalist

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A Racialist Token This week, Huff Post, the National Enquirer of the left, “outed” Alex J. McNabb, an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in rural Virginia, as an aspiring Blanco Supremo. Like that was hard to do. McNabb has a foot in every major social media camp including twitter, YouTube, Facebook, podcasts and at least one […]

Please Mind Your Own (Damn) Business

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The Missionary, PETA and the Evangelicals It’s only been a week or so since that fine young man paddled ashore to a secluded island in the Andaman Sea in order to declare to the inhabitants that the risen Jesus Christ is the one true savior, destined to return to take the chosen few heavenward. The […]

Leadership: Bearing Witness

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  Ike Goes to Ohrdruf President Dwight Eisenhower understood, long before he took office, that true leadership means dealing with the thorniest issues. John Kennedy said the day before his inauguration, Eisenhower told him, “…no easy problems ever come to the President of the United States.” We expect our leaders to tackle the tough ones and […]

Miami Moment: George George

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To a Soldier Dying Young Whilst in Miami this week, I spent the better part of a day wandering in the City Cemetery (more on that later,) and my eye caught a flat military grave marker, probably because of the soldier’s name: George Manuel George. PFC George was with the 1st Marine Division which meant […]