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1916 - December 2

Dined with the new Commander-in-Chief, Sir Charles Monro* and left by the midnight train, arrived Peshawar.

* From the article linked above, to Sir Charles Monro, is the following: “In October the same year he was sent to India as regional Commander-in-Chief where he organised resources for despatch to the various fronts of the war as necessary and brought the efficiency of the Indian army to a new height.”

Indian Army

Trump: A Worrisome Commander-in-Chief

W.J. Astore

I’d never watched a U.S. presidential candidate who scared me – truly scared me – until the Republican debate on March 3, 2016.  This candidate literally gave me the creeps.  783 more words

US Politics

The Sum of All Fears

Fear. Hatred. Xenophobia. Paranoia. Jingoism. Isolation. Zealotry. Bellicism. Ethnocentricity. And bigotry.

Good morning, America.

I woke up this morning not to any kind of “New America” but to an America that has finally allowed its baser instincts to chew through the leash on which they have been held for many years and take charge. 326 more words

Essays

Election 2016

First off, We will miss Obama. This election is hell honestly. I am so ready for it to be over. Trump has supporters backing him up and honestly winning majority of the current states.   115 more words

Informational

According to the Constitution: Designated Survivor, Episodes 3 & 4, review

Back in 2005, Geena Davis starred as the President of the United States in Commander in Chief, safely qualifying her as America’s first PILF. 6,319 more words

Reviews

The Shame of Trump Soils Us All

In this one man, Donald Trump, I see everything that is wrong with our nation and what some celebrate as success. This is not a man of substance. 818 more words

Leadership

Debt Under Obama Up $9,000,000,000,000

The $9,036,534,448,884.32 increase in the federal debt under Obama so far equals approximately $76,442 per household.

(CNSNews.com) – Terence P. Jeffrey reports: The federal government passed a fiscal milestone on the first business day of fiscal 2017—which was Monday, Oct. 396 more words

Politics