‘Still living rent free in the minds of everyone who he annoyed': Conservatives remember Breitbart on his birthday

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Conservatives paused today to acknowledge what would have been Andrew Breitbart’s 46th birthday.

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Korean War MIA Comes Home

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This is from CNN i Report.com.

A Hero comes home to rest.

RIP Army Sgt. Gilberto L. Sanchez, Hand Salute.


Soldier Missing from Korean War Accounted For

The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, unaccounted for from the Korean War, have been identified and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors.

Army Sgt. Gilberto L. Sanchez, 19, of New Braunfels, Texas, will be buried Jan. 23, in San Antonio. In late November 1950, Sanchez was assigned to Medical Company, 32nd Infantry Regiment, 31st Regimental Combat Team (RCT). The 31st RCT was deployed east of the Chosin Reservoir, North Korea, when it was attacked by overwhelming numbers of Chinese forces. On Dec. 1, 1950, remnants of the 31st RCT, known historically as Task Force Faith, began a fighting withdrawal to more defensible positions near Hagaru-ri, south of the reservoir. On Dec. 2, 1950, Sanchez was reported as missing in action.

Between 1991 and 1994, North Korea turned over to the U.S. 208 boxes of human remains believed to contain more than 400 U.S. servicemen who fought during the war. North Korean documents, turned over at that time, indicated that some of the remains were recovered from the area where Sanchez was believed to have died.

To identify Sanchez’s remains, scientists from the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) and the Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory (AFDIL) used circumstantial evidence and forensic identification tools including mitochondrial DNA, which matched Sanchez’s sister and brothers, and Y-STR DNA analysis, which matched his brothers.

Today, 7,860 Americans remain unaccounted for from the Korean War. Using modern technology, identifications continue to be made from remains that were previously turned over by North Korean officials or recovered by American teams.

For additional information on the Defense Department’s mission to account for Americans, who went missing while serving our country, visit the DPMO web site at http://www.dtic.mil/dpmo or call (703) 699-1169.


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This is from Breitbarts Big Government.

These crimes are courtesy of Obama and the Democrats open borders.

We need to lock down our borders using any means possible.


One thousand criminal immigrants released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody in fiscal year 2013 went on to commit new crimes, according to a new Department of Homeland Security document.

DHS provided the document to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA), who released it Friday.

“The Obama Administration claims that it is using ‘prosecutorial discretion’ to prioritize the removal of criminal aliens from this country,” Grassley said. “But this report shows the disturbing truth: 1,000 undocumented aliens previously convicted of crimes who the Administration released in 2013 have gone on to commit further crimes in our communities.”

In fiscal year 2013, ICE released 36,007 criminal immigrants. The Senate Judiciary Committee highlighted Friday, per the DHS document, that the 1,000 went on to commit and be convicted of new crimes, including:

•        assault with a deadly weapon;

•        terroristic threats;

•        failure to register as a sex offender;

•        lewd acts with a child under 14;

•        aggravated assault;

•        robbery;

•        hit-and-run;

•        criminal street gang;

•        rape spouse by force; and

•        child cruelty: possible injury/death.

“I will continue my work to ensure our immigration officials are doing what it takes to take criminal aliens off our streets and out of our country,” Grassley added.

D.C. Family Discovers Armed Civil War Cannonball in Chimney, EOD Responds


This is from Controversial Times.

I am throwing the bullshit flag on this story.

It is alleged the cannonball was in the chimney for 150 years, yet it did not detonate from the heat of the fires.

The boys from EOD were able to detonate the cannonball.


Dispatchers in the Georgetown area of Washington D.C. get a lot of strange calls, but the one they received from the Norregaard family ended up with police, fire, and Army EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) responding.

After living in the home for 18 years, the family decided to get their chimney cleaned professionally and the chimney sweeps discovered a Civil War era cannonball.

CannonballThe family was thrilled and treated the cannonball as a conversation piece, with the children showing it to their friends and Mr. Norregaard even using it as a paperweight on his desk.

At a Christmas party, a family friend and physicist mentioned the cannonball could still be live and recommended the family contact authorities.

After returning from vacation this past week, that’s exactly what they did – leading to the aforementioned response by local fire, local police and the Fort Belvoir, Virginia-based 55th EOD Company is part of the 192nd EOD Battalion, 52nd EOD Group, 20th CBRNE Command (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives), the U.S. Defense Department’s only formation that combats chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive threats around the world.

The cannonball was taken to Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia, confirmed to be live ordnance and destroyed by the Army for public safety.

In 2014, EOD Soldiers conducted more than 2,000 explosive mitigation missions around the nation, both on and off military installations.

Read more: http://controversialtimes.com/news/d-c-family-discovers-armed-civil-war-cannonball-in-chimney-eod-responds/#ixzz3QM73jgIT

Watch Horrifying VIDEO of Daycare Worker Kicking 16-month-old: YOU WILL BOIL!

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This is from Joe For America.

If this was my child, I would have personally beaten her silly.

Why would anyone leave their child with this crack whore looking pig?


Surveillance video released by police shows a daycare employee in Florida kicking a sleeping 16-month old little girl several times – like it’s no big deal and she’s probably makes a habit of it.

The incident occurred at the Kids Stop-N-Play day care in Holiday. I’m not one prone to violence, but if this were my kid – there would be a certain woman needing some healthcare. Unbelieveable – watch for yourself:

A 48-year-old Florida daycare worker has been arrested after being caught kicking a child on a security camera.

Linda K. Klemm, a mother-of-four from Tarpon Springs, has been charged with child abuse after the footage captured her attacking a 16-month-old girl who was sleeping on the floor.



Linda K. Klemm has been charged with child abuse

Sixteen-month-old Lillian Roan was dotted with bruises when her mother picked her up from the day care Saturday afternoon: one underneath her eye, three on her forehead, and a red, bald patch created when the worker kicked her daughter in the head, Lillian’s mother said.

Later that day, Pasco sheriff’s deputies arrested Linda K. Klemm, 48, of Tarpon Springs and charged her with child abuse. She was released on $5,000 bail Sunday.
Read more at http://joeforamerica.com/2015/01/watch-horrifying-video-daycare-worker-kicking-16-month-old-will-boil/



Jane Fonda claims she was not against U.S. soldiers in Vietnam, vets disagree


This is from Examiner.com.

Hanoi Jane did the things she did because she despised our troops and delighted in their deaths.

If Hanoi Jane did not oppose our troops, Why did she have over the service numbers or social security numbers given to her by prisoners of war?

This action led to beatings and torture of these prisoners and may have even resulted in prisoners dying.

Hanoi Jane should have been charged with treason convicted then shot.



“Hanoi” Jane Fonda claims she was not against U.S. soldiers when she was in Vietnam in 1972. STF / AFP/Getty Images



Jane Fonda, the actress known as “Hanoi Jane” for her actions during the Vietnam War, was the target of about 50 veterans and supporters when she appeared at the Weinberg Center for the Arts, the Frederick News-Post reported Saturday. Fonda, Paige Jones said, claimed she wasn’t “against” American soldiers when she went to Vietnam.

“Whenever possible I try to sit down with vets and talk with them, because I understand and it makes me sad,” she said in response to a question submitted to her.

“It hurts me and it will to my grave that I made a huge, huge mistake that made a lot of people think I was against the soldiers.”

“But those people out there,” Fonda said of the protesters outside the theater holding signs that read “Forgive? Maybe. Forget? Never” and waving flags.

“I’m a lightning rod,” she added. “This famous person goes and does something that looks like I’m against the troops, which wasn’t true, but it looked that way, and I’m a convenient target.

So I understand.” Fonda, however, expressed no regret for going to the Communist country.

Mike McGowan, a Marine Corps veteran who served in Vietnam from 1968 to 1969, had a different point of view.

“We feel what she did was so egregious,” he said, adding that Fonda’s actions “really cost lives.”

“(We want to) let everybody know we haven’t forgotten,” added Tommy Grunwell, another Marine Corps veteran who served in Vietnam. Frederick County Councilman Tony Chmelik joined the protesters in honor of his father, who served in the military, Jones said.

Fonda’s choice of words did not go unnoticed by critics on Twitter. Twitchy said that Fonda “was against the soldiers, whether she knew it or not.”

“She ONLY says she regrets her actions led people to think she was against US soldiers,” one person said on Twitter. “She is not sorry she went!”

“Fonda gave aid and comfort to the enemy which cost US troops lives and injuries,” another person said. “She was and IS aTRAITOR.”

In 2012, Fonda said she regretted sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun in 1972.

She did much more than just pose for photos on an enemy battery, however. She also allowed herself to be used as a propaganda tool in interviews conducted by Radio Hanoi.

“I don’t know what your officers tell you, you are loading, those of you who load the bombs on the planes.

But, one thing that you should know is that these weapons are illegal and that’s not, that’s not just rhetoric,” she said in an interview broadcast in July 1972.

“They were outlawed, these kind of weapons, by several conventions of which the United States was a signatory — two Hague conventions.

And the use of these bombs or the condoning the use of these bombs makes one a war criminal.”

“We have understood that we have a common enemy -– U.S. imperialism,” she said in another interview.

“We have understood that we have a common struggle and that your victory will be the victory of the American people and all peace-loving people around the world.”

In 2013, she angrily responded to veterans protesting her appearance in “The Butler,” a movie in which she played Nancy Reagan. “Get a life,” she told the Hollywood Reporter at the time. Now, after more than 40 years, she wants veterans to believe she really wasn’t against them during the Vietnam War.




The Proverbial Fart In Church

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Originally posted on The Outrider:

I guess in Texas, they don’t take too kindly to Muslims coming in to offer their opening prayer at the rodeo. Someone here is either incredibly stupid, or this is just another social experiment, or someone is really trying to poke the bear

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