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If I Die Before You Wake
While legions of leftists moonbats and protestors spew vitriol and lies about our fight against the enemies of the United States of America, men and women around the world believe in their hearts and souls the sentiment expressed in this song. Listen to it. Believe it. Share it with everyone you know. We owe our liberty and our lives to the thin line of warriors that volunteer to defend our way of life. I pray that more people come to realize what that means and help the rest of us who already understand get the job done.
We Know What It Was Because We Have Someâ€¦
Israel bombed a military facility in Northern Syria because they knew it housed North Korean nuclear material. They captured it just weeks before in a daring commando raid. Doubters of the scope and reach of the Axis of Evil take note.
Columbia University, which does not allow ROTC on its campus, invited Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak there Monday. Odd that this Ivy League school will not allow Americaâ€™s future defenders to develop on its grounds but will allow the advocates of our future demise to lecture. Kind of questions whose side their on.
The Mecca of Tominology
So, it appears that Clearwater, Florida is the de facto Mecca of Scientology, the wacky â€œreligionâ€ created by L Ron Hubbard and prognosticated by the likes of its new messiah, Tom Cruise (hence Tominology), and John Travolta. I wonder, do Tominologists have an analog to the Hajj?
On Bombing Iran
Robert Tracinski writes that war with Iran is inevitable and maybe the rest of the world is starting to get it. The only question that remains is who shoots first.
Laughing Wolves in Iraq
Laughing Wolf, contributor to Black Five and his own weblog, has begun his imbed in Iraq. Notice the tenor of his post from the very beginning: things already look better in Iraq than he expected and the problem is here not there. This is not necessarily a definitive statement, but one that definitely supports my ongoing understanding.