Coach Teaches Players Why We Stand For The National Anthem

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Oct 032017

WATCH Coach Teaches His Athletes How Not To Disrespect The National Anthem

Virginia Tech Basketball Coach Buzz Williams took his entire team on the court after practice and made them stand in front of Veterans. He TAUGHT them why we stand for the National Anthem.

Make this go Viral.

Thanks to this coach for teaching these talented young people to be MEN. Life is more than Basketball and Football. This team of Americans will prosper in Life well beyond collegiate and or pro sports.






Vietnam War Veteran’s Body Displayed At Wake Without Coffin

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May 192017

A Georgia funeral home refused to put Veteran George Taylor in a casket because of problems with his life insurance payment.

Vietnam War Veteran's Body Displayed At Wake Without Coffin

People are outraged over photos on social media of a Vietnam War veteran displayed at his wake on a gurney covered in an American flag.

No coffin was available for the visitation held at Heritage Funeral Home in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, WTVC reports.

“At first we were okay with it,” said a family member, “but like I told the guy, I said this was very disrespectful to my dad.”

Taylor’s family said the funeral home refused to put George Taylor in a casket because of problems with his life insurance payment.

Taylor’s son, James, said the family was given little notice of the problem prior to the visitation.

“They came to me and told me that unless $9,000 was paid, they couldn’t put him into the ground,” he told ABC 7 New York.

“Mr. Taylor was a two-term Vietnam Vet,” wrote Ella Moss on Facebook. “We live in the Greatest Country in the world, and this is the best we can do for our soldiers. Not even a pillow for his head.”

Funeral home representative David Cummings said they did what the family asked.

“We were trying to honor the request and let them have some closure by viewing their loved one.”

Watch George Taylor’s tribute video here

Photo: Facebook / Ella Moss



Thomas Massie Is BLOWING THE WHISTLE On The Establishment

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Mar 112017

Congressman Thomas Massie Is BLOWING THE WHISTLE on the Establishment. They are funding Ad’s against Conservatives who oppose ObamaCare 2.0 (RINO-CARE).


Trump’s balls are contagious!

Thomas Massie Is BLOWING THE WHISTLE On The EstablishmentWant to know how the swamp works? According to the Washington Post, American Action Network (AAN) is running ads against conservatives who haven’t agreed to vote for Obamacare 2.0. AAN is associated with Boehner, Cantor, current members of GOP leadership, and DC lobbyists. But who has regularly donated to AAN? Pharmaceutical Manufacturers.

If you think Obamacare 2.0 is going to lower drug costs, guess again. Here are the links where you can verify these and other facts.

I’m blowing the whistle at my own peril but it’s time to #draintheswamp. Please share if you agree.

Thomas Massie Is BLOWING THE WHISTLE On The Establishment

The VA Health System is a tragic warning against Government-Run Health Care!



Just One More Thing On Entitlements

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Feb 202017
Just one more thing on Entitlements.

We should stop calling them all “Entitlements”.

Welfare, Food Stamps, WIC… ad nauseum are not entitlements. They are taxpayer-funded handouts, and shouldn’t be called entitlements at all.

Social Security and Veterans Benefits are Entitlements because the people receiving them are entitled to them. They were earned and paid for by the recipients.




Chosin: Baptized by Fire!

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Jun 132016

Veterans Expeditionary Media and HOPR studios have created a chilling short film to convey the horror of the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir through the eyes of a young Marine during the Korean War.

True story from the Korean War! Baptized by Fire is a short animated film adapted from the graphic novel Hold the Line, and inspired by the true story of Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines. While delivering mail to the grunts of Fox Company, Private First Class Billy French is trapped in a massive surprise attack launched by the Communist Chinese Army. French must prove his mettle when the company’s position is overrun by hordes of enemy troops.

About the Chosin Reservoir Campaign: In the winter of 1950, deep within the frozen mountains of North Korea, 15,000 U.S. Soldiers and Marines were surrounded and trapped by 120,000 Chinese soldiers. Despite the odds, the Marines refused to surrender and fought their way 78 miles to the sea and rescued 98,000 refugees. This tale of sacrifice and courage that contends with the story of the 300 Spartans at Thermopylae as one of the most heroic feats in history.

Produced in partnership with Veterans Expeditionary Media and Hopr Studios.


American History: Why Are American Soldiers Called GIs?

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Dec 172015

Why Are American Soldiers Called GIs?

The origins of this popular nickname are somewhat murky. A popular theory links the term to the early 20th century, when “G.I.” was stamped on military trash cans and buckets. The two-letter abbreviation stood for the material from which these items were made: galvanized iron. Later, the definition of GI broadened and during World War I it was used to refer to all things Army-related, according to “Origins of the Specious: Myths and Misconceptions of the English Language” by Patricia T. O’Conner and Stewart Kellerman. When this happened, GI was reinterpreted as “government issue” or “general issue.”

The prevalence of the term led soldiers in World War II to start referring to themselves as GIs. Some servicemen used it as a sarcastic reference symbolizing their belief that they were just mass-produced products of the government. During the war, GI Joe also became a term for U.S. soldiers. Cartoonist Dave Breger, who was drafted into the Army in 1941, is credited with coining the name with his comic strip titled “G.I. Joe,” which he published in a weekly military magazine called Yank, beginning in 1942. In 1964, U.S. toy company Hasbro, after taking note of competitor Mattel’s huge success with the Barbie doll (launched in 1959), debuted “G.I. Joe,” a military-themed line of action figures for boys.

Meanwhile, in June 1944, President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act, which became commonly known as the GI Bill. The famous legislation provided a range of benefits for returning World War II veterans, including funding for college, home loans and unemployment insurance.



Former Navy SEAL: Over 90 Percent Of Troops Do Not Support Obama

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Sep 182014

Can you really blame our Troops? Obama has screwed them and our Vets.

From The Daily Caller:

According to former U.S. Navy SEAL Carl Higbie, over 90 percent of troops disapprove of President Barack Obama. Higbie made the comments to “On The Record” host Greta Van Susteren Wednesday.

“Effective today, the president? A photo-op? or something in between?” Susteren asked.

“Photo-op. Complete photo-op. This indicative of a global failure of his foreign policy,” Higbie explained. “He has toted that he is behind the troops before and he stands in front of these guys, gets a photo-op, everything like that, while saying he’s going to send 3,000 guys to combat Ebola, but I’m not going to send any to combat an actual enemy that’s really threatening America.”

“What do you think they think? I mean, I suppose it’s kind of a mixed bag?” Susteren pressed.

“I’d say most of the troops,” Higbie replied. “Probably over 90 percent, do not support the president.”

Susteren then asked Higbie about his time as a Navy SEAL, “As a Navy SEAL, you have trained foreign troops? Right? How many times? More than one trip to Iraq?”

“Absolutely, we did two deployments,” Higbie said. “We did one in 2007 and in 2009. We did this foreign international defense over there, and it’s not effective. They don’t have the accountability, and the understanding, and the actual fortitude to fight an enemy like ISIS who’s dedicated. They’re willing to die for this cause.”

“What about the foreign fighters you’ve come in contact with,” Susteren asked. “That would presumably be in the universe of the people we’d be training?”

“In general, we train the best of the best while we were over there, the best Iraq had to offer to train with us,” Higbie said.

“I don’t think they’re competent enough to take on a group like ISIS,” Higbie concluded.


Jul 202014

A group of patriotic veterans welcomed Barack Hussein Obama, when he decided to go to another fundraiser in their state, by standing and turning their backs to him.

They said that since Obama turned his back on our vets, then every vet should do the same to him.


Although he sometimes seems intent on destroying every one of them, Barack Obama remains president of a nation where individual freedoms are protected by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Those freedoms include the right to free assembly and free speech, both of which were exercised recently by a group of veterans in Delaware when Obama’s motorcade drove by them.

As the initial police escort passed, the veterans faced the street. Then, as the presidential limousine approached, a hearty “about face” command was issued, and the veterans turned their backs on the leader of the free world.

The protest was organized because of the group’s feeling that President Obama is ignoring the needs of America’s military veterans.



An Amazing Friendship

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Jul 102014

An Amazing Friendship
An amazing friendship between a child and a veteran of World War II.


Little Emmett Rychner, 3, and Erling Kindem became friends last year when the inquisitive tot helped the elderly man tend to his tomato garden plot. Their close friendship blossomed, staying close even during the winter. But the Rychner family has sold their house and is set to move, breaking apart the inseparable pals.

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