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Retired Military with tours in Viet Nam and Iraq.Just an old soldier who loves the country we swore to defend and protect and nobody (including rogue politicians are going to take it from us.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

(1/2) Ann Barnhardt Tears Islam-Appeasing Senator Apart!

Monday, May 2, 2011

Home Defense, Whats on your nightstand?


Friday, December 3, 2010

Should a mother’s responsibility to protect her children include having a gun?

Mothers In Arms

July 29, 2008 by Kathy McManus
 Moms pack many things—endless lunches, bottles, diapers, snacks, toys, wipes, overdue library books, and of course kids.
But does a responsible mom also pack a gun?
The question was recently raised on the website BabyCenter, which chronicles all things motherhood, from conception to inconceivably picky eaters and back-talking three year olds.
On the site, a mom blogger described the terrifying experience of a mother who was attacked at home in a safe neighborhood by a rapist with a gun. The woman fought, the attacker fled, and the blogger posed a question: “Do you think that every mother should own a gun?”
The point-blank debate about point-blank defense revealed that some moms are packing heat.
“I carry a Keltec 380 (small pistol) on my hip everyday,” revealed a mother of a one year old and a two year old. “I feel comfortable knowing that I will be able to defend my kids and I if we are in a life-threatening situation.”
Another mother—eight months pregnant and with a toddler—wrote that her husband works the night shift, and “our gun is the only way I could defend myself and my children should someone intend to do us harm.”
And there was this disclosure from a police officer mom: “I keep a loaded 9mm in my Coach diaper bag.”
Suddenly, it seems, mothers with guns are everywhere--movie star moms included. Recent news reports quote actress Angelina Jolie as saying she keeps a gun at home for security, and that “if anybody comes into my home and tries to hurt my kids, I've no problem shooting them.”
Tell us what you think: Should a mother’s responsibility to protect her children include having a gun?

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Were you a Marine stationed at Camp Lejeune

Marine Veterans Stationed at Camp Lejeune: Register for Drinking Water Notifications
If you were stationed or worked at Camp Lejeune before 1987, you may have been exposed to dangerous contaminants in the drinking water supply. To register for water testing notifications, read about previous studies and receive more information, visit the Camp Lejeune Historic Drinking Water website.

Veterans Information

If you are a Veteran please check out this webpage for information on the many benefits you may be entitled to.   http://www.va.gov/Vet Info