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  • Dear Senator McConnell, Appeasement doesn't work. We won't have peace in our time by giving in to the demands of would be totalitarians.

    07/02/2020 12:29:12 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 29 replies
    by Jim Robinson
    No big deal to give in to their demands to remove statues of Confederate soldiers and rename some army bases, right? But you do realize that this has very little to do with the Confederacy, or with black lives, or even with racism or equality, justice, etc? This is 100% about radical Marxists trying to take over our country--by force if we don't surrender to their demands, ie, they will burn it all down. Black Lives Matter? Yes, they certainly do, but the leaders and moneymen of these Marxist movements aren't even black. And it's not about black lives. The...
  • Army secretary open to renaming military bases named for Confederate generals

    06/08/2020 11:12:24 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 64 replies
    Fox News ^ | June 08 2020 | Jennifer Griffin, Bradford Betz
    U.S. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy is open to renaming military bases named after Confederate generals, an issue getting increased attention in recent weeks amid nationwide protests against police brutality and racism following the death of George Floyd, Fox News has learned. A senior Army official told Fox News on Monday that McCarthy did not plan to change the names unilaterally, but instead will seek bipartisan support to do so. U.S. Army installations named after Confederate generals include Fort Benning in Georgia and Fort Bragg in North Carolina. “We must recognize history is important, but we must come together and have...
  • 18 gunmen killed in attacks on Mexican army bases

    03/31/2010 11:19:03 PM PDT · by Cindy · 25 replies · 1,302+ views
    (AP) via FORBES.com ^ | 04.01.10, 01:01 AM EDT | By ANTONIO VILLEGAS
    SNIPPET: "VILLAHERMOSA, Mexico -- Dozens of gunmen mounted rare and apparently coordinated attacks targeting two army garrisons in northern Mexico, touching off firefights that killed 18 attackers."