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Personal Memorial Day Tribute


In Loving Memory

Milan Babich

104th Regiment, 26th Infantry Division

Serial Number 35577002

Date of Death: 30-Dec-44

Battle of The Bulge, Ardennes, Belgium

Milan Babich


Milan Babich

WWII Henry-Chapelle Cemetery, Belgium

Plot F, Row 13 Grave 2

“Wars May Be Fought with Weapons, But They Are Won By Men.”

~General George S. Patton~

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Posted by Don Anastas - May 26, 2014 at 9:29 pm

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Obama Regime vs. Dinesh D’Souza


Dinesh D’Souza brought us the film 2016: Obama’s America, a revealing movie about Barack Obama and his past. I saw it at the theater and it was riveting and confirmed not only my suspicions but also much of what I’ve written at this site over the past few years commencing in 2007.

The Obama regime did not like the movie, they would like to muzzle Dinesh D’Souza and the Justice Department is going after him concerning donations in a New York Senatorial election. This isn’t stopping Mr. D’Souza’s film making as his sequel America is set for movie theaters on July 4, 2014. A trailer for that film is below.

Below is an 8 minute video of Dinesh D’Souza analyzing his movie and what has transpired since followed by the America trailer.

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Posted by Don Anastas - February 20, 2014 at 1:13 pm

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Iranian Nuclear Deal Is No Deal

Nuclear Iran

For both uranium as well as plutonium the terrorist state of Iran can nevertheless work towards nuclear weaponry. Aside from that modest quibble, the so-called “Joint Plan of Action” is fantastic.

It requires a thing large enough to be able to draw attention away from ObamaCare, the IRS scandal, Benghazi, along with the Census Bureau moonlighting as Obama campaign staff – such as a pact getting Islamofascist Iran to discontinue their nuclear program.

However that’s definitely not what had been declared this past weekend to substantial boasting both in Geneva by Secretary of State John Kerry as well as in Washington DC by Barack Hussein Obama.

It may be huge with regards to appeasement, however the so-called “first step” the countries among the United Nations Security Council and also Germany received from Tehran moves in reverse, whether it moves anyplace.

To begin with, as Elliott Abrams, national security aide to Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, explains, it’s not actually an “agreement” whatsoever, looking at all of its “conditional or aspirational language.” It discusses a “goal for these negotiations” and therefore a “comprehensive solution would build on these initial measures.”

As Abrams states, “‘Would, would, would.’ Definitely not ‘shall.'”

Next there’s Kerry’s promise that “we are eliminating Iran’s stockpile of already enriched – 20% enriched – uranium.”

False. Examine the wording belonging to the agreement. As a “voluntary measure” Iran is expected to “from the existing uranium enriched to 20%, retain half as working stock of 20% oxide for fabrication of fuel for” its Tehran reactor. It’s to dilute the remainder to 5%.

Given that we are discussing reversible measures here, this is similar to requesting a professional murderer to remove their bullets from their gun while keeping them in his pants pocket intended for possible future use and then calling it disarmament.

Regarding plutonium, the actual agreement states Iran “will not make any further advances of its activities at the Natanz Fuel Enrichment Plant, Fordow, or the Arak reactor.” Obama informs us this implies “Iran will halt work at its plutonium reactor.”

Yet as the Jerusalem Post reports, while Iran is actually prohibited from starting up or even delivering fuel to their heavy-water Arak reactor for 6 months, or setting up supplemental components there, “no language explicitly prevents it from making components elsewhere, which could then be installed later.”

Along with the commitment of, as Kerry puts it, “adding more international inspections so that we know exactly what Iran is doing” is reasonably challenging inside a nation whose region surpasses 636,000 square miles.

Supporting everything is really an essential concern: Once we accept, given that the Geneva document does in its subsequent phrase, that “Iran reaffirms that under no circumstances will Iran ever seek or develop any nuclear weapons,” exactly why are we actually negotiating?

Even as they believe these fanatics are generally suggesting to the Great Satan the real truth on that, merely allow them to create as much uranium and plutonium and create as many multi-stage rockets as they want.

However, if we do not suspect that, then loophole-filled bargains negotiating long term arrangements simply validate their suspicions: The free world may be easily tricked.

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Posted by Don Anastas - November 27, 2013 at 1:02 pm

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