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White House U-turns on Pakistan drone deaths. “Deaths by CIA strikes not included in the numbers” now will be

By Reprieve

Global Research, May 29, 2016

Reprieve 26 May 2016

The Obama Administration has reversed its position on which countries will be included in its upcoming estimate of the civilian deaths caused by the US drone program, according to a report in yesterday’s Washington Post. 546 more words

Stella, Jan and Run For The Wall


By James “Gunny” Gregory

In 1986, I rode my Wide Glide in the Los Angeles “Welcome Home” parade for Vietnam Veterans. 795 more words

Revolutionary Projects in Concord, Massachusetts

Recently, ERW members Phil Greenwalt and Rob Orrison spent the 241st anniversary of the opening of the American Revolution in the outskirts of Boston in Concord, Massachusetts.  940 more words

Revolutionary War

Victual Particulars

One of my favorite stories comes from Miller’s Photographic History, but I never knew its source.

…until recently. In The Grayjackets: and How They Lived, Fought and Died for Dixie (Richmond, 1867), by “a Confederate” I have found the yarn. 253 more words



It has been about two months since my last post–I know that this post is well overdue!  In between all the moving, cross-country driving, unpacking, not to mention the college enrollment process, it has now been a month since I separated from the military and have been re-adjusting back to the civilian rhythm of life. 240 more words


My CFA Institute Research Challenge Experience

The research challenge is an annual competition that allows university students, both at the undergraduate and Masters level, to participate in valuing a locally listed company and presenting their findings and recommendation to a panel of judges, usually charter holders. 2,155 more words

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