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  • They Don’t Make Mobsters like Zip Connolly Anymore

    04/23/2023 6:36:26 AM PDT · by billorites · 14 replies
    Howie Carr Show ^ | April 23, 2023 | Howie Carr
    John “Zip” Connolly is apparently one of those hoodlums who cares what his obituary says about him after he’s dead and gone. At age 82, the infamous ex-FBI agent seems obsessed with clearing at least one indelible stain off his remarkably squalid (even by Boston G-man standards) underworld career. He’d prefer not to have “Mob hitman” in the first sentence of his death notice. There’s not much he can do about the racketeering conviction, or all his tawdry connections to the Bulger Crime Family. But “Mob hitman” is a bit much. Sadly, Zip has failed yet again to remove “assassin”...
  • Biden administration gave Cuban officials a full tour of Miami airport's security system

    05/22/2024 11:05:11 AM PDT · by MtnClimber · 15 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 22 May, 2024 | Monica Showalter
    Who the heck made this bad decision? And how does it differ from something an embedded Cuban operative in the U.S. might do? After the arrest of Ambassador Manuel Rochas on espionage charges for Cuba, a logical question was whether there were one, two, many, Manuel Rochases (and Kendall Myerses) over at the State Department? What else can one conclude with whoever it was at State who made a decision like this? According to the Washington Times: Homeland Security gave a delegation from Cuba a look behind the curtain at airport operations at Miami International Airport, in a move critics...
  • Military lab works to ID generations of missing service members

    09/15/2023 6:52:15 AM PDT · by euram · 2 replies
    MSN ^ | Sept 15 2023 | Katie Smith
    Scientists are using a series of DNA tests to identify the remains of missing service members and bring closure to generations of families. More than 81,000 Americans are missing from World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Cold War, the Gulf Wars and other conflicts, according to the U.S. Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Accounting Agency.
  • Remains of U.S. WWII pilot who never returned from mission identified

    09/12/2023 7:30:32 AM PDT · by euram · 23 replies
    CBS ^ | Sept 12, 2023 | Kerry Breen
    The remains of a 24-year-old U.S. pilot who never returned from a bombing mission in World War II have been accounted for and confirmed, officials from the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency said Monday. Charles G. Reynolds was a U.S. Army Air Forces first lieutenant from Bridgeport, Ohio, the agency said in a news release. In late 1943, he was a pilot assigned to the 498th Bombardment Squadron in the Pacific Theater. On Nov. 27, 1943, the plane that he was a crewmember of did not return from a bombing mission near Wewak, New Guinea, the agency said, because the aircraft...
  • Politico Mocks Buttigieg as Robotic Phony in 'Mayor Pete' Review

    11/09/2021 11:24:56 AM PST · by PJ-Comix · 25 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | November 9, 2021 | DUmmie FUnnies
    You would think that the mostly MIA Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg would find friendly ground at the liberal Politico but apparently his incredibly insular boring personality is so off-putting that even that periodical is unable to display much enthusiasm about the soon to be released "Mayor Pete" documentary. You don't even need to read very far to find the harsh assessment of reviewer Ruby Cramer since it is shouted out in the title of Monday's review, "‘He’s Comin’ Across Like the F---ing Tin Man Up There’."
  • Another brawl breaks out at Miami International Airport. It's part of a national trend

    05/09/2021 5:17:41 AM PDT · by where's_the_Outrage? · 60 replies
    The Miami Herald ^ | May 8, 2020 | Madeleine Marr and Carli Teproff
    Just mere days after a huge brawl at Miami International Airport, another massive fight broke out in the terminal Tuesday night. The mayhem was captured in cellphone footage taken by multiple onlookers at Gate G-15 by the Southwest Airlines counter. One person ended up arrested. The fight is part of a troubling trend airports across the nation are seeing, now that many people have resumed traveling. Recently, videos have surfaced showing face-mask confrontations, seat disagreements and personal space arguments. Clashes between passengers on planes have spilled over into airports.
  • Biden preparing for 'multiple scenarios' on COVID-19 vaccine: Official (why isn't Biden himself talking?)

    07/07/2020 7:55:10 PM PDT · by DoodleBob · 32 replies
    ABC News ^ | July 7, 2020 | Molly Nagle and John Verhovek
    With the November election fewer than four months away and the number of coronavirus cases again surging in the United States, former vice president Joe Biden is preparing for a range of realities when it comes to dealing with the virus if he is elected president, according to an official. "I would say the vice president and the team are working through multiple scenarios. One of those scenarios would involve the existence of a vaccine, in which case, one of the biggest tasks would be the broad-based manufacture and equitable distribution of that vaccine which is an enormous logistical challenge,"...
  • William S. Sessions, F.B.I. Director at a Turbulent Time, Dies at 90

    06/15/2020 1:27:24 PM PDT · by sodpoodle · 14 replies
    NYT ^ | 6/12/2020 | Robert McFadden
    William S. Sessions, a director of the F.B.I. under three presidents, from 1987 to 1993, who challenged racial and gender bias in his agency but struggled to redefine its mission in a time of domestic turmoil, and who was fired after being accused of ethical lapses, died on Friday in San Antonio. He was 90.
  • Remarks by President Trump at Rolling to Remember Ceremony: Honoring our Nation’s Veterans and POW/MIA

    05/22/2020 1:14:14 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 1 replies ^ | May 22, 2020 | President Donald J Trump
    Blue Room Balcony11:46 A.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT:   Thank you very much.  And we really — you’re my friends and you’ve been supporting me right from the beginning.  I appreciate that you’re here.  And we’re here for you.  And I told you, when you want to come back with your 600,000, we’re ready to take you.  But you’re going to give us a little display on those beautiful bikes.  And you’re going to be — I’ve never seen anyone do that actually.  You must have special privileges.  I’ve never seen anybody ride through here.But I want to welcome you, and I...
  • Mia Farrow Posts Hunting Photo with Message to Trump: ‘Tell Your Sons Animal Cruelty Is Now a Crime

    11/27/2019 8:33:19 AM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 51 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 11/27/2019 | Hannah Bleau
    Actress and activist Mia Farrow reacted to President Trump’s move to criminalize animal cruelty on Tuesday by resurfacing a photo of his eldest sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, posing with a dead leopard as part of a hunt in Zimbabwe that took place nearly a decade ago. The president on Tuesday signed H.R. 724, otherwise known as the Protect Animal Cruelty and Torture Act (PACT). It criminalizes animal torture, specifically “crushing, burning, drowning, suffocating and impaling live animals, and other abuses such as sexually exploiting them,” according to the Humane Society.
  • Remains of airman killed in Vietnam War flown home to Dallas by pilot son

    08/13/2019 8:19:06 PM PDT · by MarvinStinson · 14 replies
    fox11online ^ | August 9th 2019
    The family of a pilot killed in action in 1967 during the Vietnam War was among dozens of people who silently observed the Dignified Arrival of the airman’s remains at Dallas Love Field Airport in Texas on August 8, local media reported. (Jay Giggs via Storyful){p}{/p} The remains were transported by the airman’s son, Bryan Knight, who is a pilot for Southwest Airlines. An obituary for Roy A. Knight Jr, a major in the US Air Force, said he was shot down in May 1967 while attacking a target on the Ho Chi Minh trail in Laos. He was initially...
  • Another soldier’s remains returning ‘home’ to the region after 69 years (Ohio soldier 34th Div)

    07/06/2019 8:40:20 AM PDT · by Lowell1775 · 10 replies
    Butler County Journal News ^ | 07/05/2019 | Rick McCrabb
    BUTLER COUNTY — Stevie Rose never met her uncle, Roger Lee Woods, but through the letters he mailed to his father, she understood what was going through his mind during the Korean War. Twice in his hand-written letters, Woods asked about his sister, JoAnn, and the baby she was carrying. That girl was Rose, who was born in April 1950, one month after one of the letters arrived. “That’s when I realized I was part of this story,” she said. Army Pfc. Woods, a native of Hamilton County, was last seen on July 29, 1950. The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency...
  • Former Republican Rep. Mia Love joining CNN as commentator

    01/12/2019 6:50:16 AM PST · by Baynative · 103 replies
    AP ^ | Jan 2019 | staff
    Former U.S. Rep. Mia Love of Utah tweeted Monday that she’ll offer a “different, principled and unleashed perspective” on the cable news network. The announcement references her fiery concession speech, where she blasted Republicans for failing to truly embrace minority voters.
  • Mia Love criticizes Republicans and Trump; calls McAdams 'wolf in sheep's clothing

    11/26/2018 10:33:53 AM PST · by LiberalismDestroys · 54 replies
    Deseret News ^ | 11/26/2018 | Lisa Riley Roche
    In a wide-ranging speech that included swipes at fellow Republicans, including President Donald Trump, outgoing Rep. Mia Love on Monday called her successor in Congress a "wolf in sheep's clothing." Speaking from a teleprompter at the Utah GOP headquarters in downtown Salt Lake City surrounded by her family, Love confirmed she called Rep.-elect Ben McAdams, D-Utah, to congratulate him on winning the 4th Congressional District race.
  • Ben McAdams claims victory over GOP Rep. Mia Love in 4th Congressional District

    11/20/2018 6:50:18 AM PST · by LiberalismDestroys · 35 replies ^ | 11/19/2018 | Lisa Riley Roche
    Democratic Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams claimed victory over Republican Rep. Mia Love Monday after new Salt Lake County results showed her trailing by 739 votes in the 4th Congressional District race. "I'm eager to get to work," McAdams said at a hastily called news conference held at his Millcreek campaign headquarters. "We are confident there is no way Rep. Love will retake the lead." He said he has not yet tried to contact the two-term congresswoman. "I do want to give her the space," McAdams said, anticipating her campaign wanted time to review the numbers released early Monday...
  • Love takes narrow lead in 4th District on same day judge dismisses her lawsuit...

    11/16/2018 4:00:09 PM PST · by LiberalismDestroys · 17 replies ^ | 11/16/2018 | Lisa Riley Roche
    A judge dismissed a lawsuit Friday filed by Rep. Mia Love against Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen over how ballots in the tight 4th Congressional District race are being verified. But in new results released later Friday, Love took a 419 vote lead over Democratic Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams. Love has trailed McAdams in the 4th District race since election night Nov. 6. McAdams did gain 167 more votes than Love in Salt Lake County, but the two-term congresswoman added 1,588 more votes in Utah County, a conservative stronghold. She now has 129,006 votes to McAdams' 128,587...
  • New rating says Utah's 4th Congressional District race now leans Democratic

    11/01/2018 4:25:14 PM PDT · by LiberalismDestroys · 49 replies
    Deseret News ^ | 11/1/2018 | Lisa Riley Roche
    SALT LAKE CITY — For the first time in the race between Rep. Mia Love and Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, the 4th Congressional District race has been rated as leaning toward the Democratic candidate. FiveThirtyEight, an analysis website owned by ABC News famous for political predictions by its founder, Nate Silver, now gives McAdams a 60.6 percent chance of beating the two-term Republican incumbent.
  • Castro’s Torture of American POWs in Vietnam

    09/25/2018 5:32:26 AM PDT · by SJackson · 19 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | September 25, 2018 | Jamie Glazov
    Reflecting on an untold story -- to honor National POW/MIA Recognition Day Editors’ note: Last Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, our nation, led by our president, solemnly marked National POW/MIA Recognition Day, during which we honored all American prisoners of war and expressed our deep gratitude and respect for what they endured and -- as empirical evidence suggests -- in some cases may very well be continuing to endure. Indeed, we pay tribute to those who never returned -- and, of course, also to their suffering families. In honor of this sacred day, Frontpage has deemed it important to run Jamie...
  • Symposium: Why We Left Our POWs Behind [long]

    09/24/2018 5:51:11 AM PDT · by SJackson · 16 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | September 24, 2018 | Jamie Glazov
    Four distinguished experts tell the tragic and unconscionable inside story. Editors’ note: Last Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, our nation, led by our president, solemnly marked National POW/MIA Recognition Day, during which we honored all American prisoners of war and expressed our deep gratitude and respect for what they endured and -- as empirical evidence suggests -- in some cases may very well be continuing to endure. Indeed, we pay tribute to those who never returned -- and, of course, also to their suffering families. In honor of this sacred day, Frontpage has deemed it important to run Jamie Glazov's Symposium...
  • First soldier remains sent from North Korea identified

    09/24/2018 2:31:25 PM PDT · by PROCON · 38 replies ^ | Sept. 20, 2018 | KATHRYN WATSON
    The first remains of soldiers killed in the Korean War and sent from North Korea have been identified as belonging to Army Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel of Indiana and Army Pfc. William H. Jones of North Carolina, President Trump shared through Twitter on Thursday.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~SNIP~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Army Pfc. William H. Jones, killed during the Korean War, was identified in September 2018. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSEArmy Master Sgt. Charles H. McDaniel, killed during the Korean War. He was identified in September 2018. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE