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Chris Kyle Awarded The Medal Of Honor

Chris Kyle may be gone, but he will never be forgotten.

Chris was a Navy SEAL. He served four tours in Iraq as a sniper. He was perhaps the deadliest sniper shooter the United States has ever known. 201 more words


SNC Deep Tracks: Medal of Honor Frontline

Medal of Honor, as a series, has become something of a punchline thanks to its abortive reboot a couple of years back. But two generations ago, it was something to behold. 254 more words


A Blast of the Past #20: Return to Caton

The summer of 1997 saw the Eastern branch of the family visit us in Missouri. The summer of 1998 was our turn to visit them. 307 more words


Lessons in Leadership from a Janitor

Taken from the Wharton Leadership Digest, December 2001

William “Bill” Crawford certainly was an unimpressive figure, one you could easily overlook during a hectic day at the U.S. 118 more words


The Medal of Honor

The Medal of Honor awarded for “conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty.” was introduced in 1861, originally only for the sailors and Marines as the Army thought it was a bad idea. 124 more words


Hollywood Prepares for a Totalitarianism Society with Hillary Clinton

I woke up this morning thinking about how Hollywood is penetrating through the minds of our children.  Hollywood is preparing our children for a supreme race.  466 more words


Bush Starting South Carolina Visit By Meeting With Veterans

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (CBSMiami/AP) — Republican presidential hopeful  Jeb Bush is meeting with veterans in South Carolina.

On Monday, the former Florida governor is in Charleston for a meet and greet with veterans who support his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. 141 more words