General Milley Downplayed BLM Riots To Prevent Trump From Invoking Insurrection Act

General Milley Downplayed BLM Riots To Prevent Trump From Invoking Insurrection Act Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley, tried to downplay the 2020 Black Lives Matter riots in an effort to prevent Donald Trump from invoking the Insurrection Act, arguing that they were… Continue reading General Milley Downplayed BLM Riots To Prevent Trump From Invoking Insurrection Act

The Marines are looking for a few older people — here’s why

The Marines are looking for a few older people—at least, a few years older than typical recruits. That’s because the Corps will need troops with new combinations of tech skills and mature judgment to meet the challenges and threats expected by 2030, according to the service’s trainer-in-chief. “If we think about what the commandant is asking us… Continue reading The Marines are looking for a few older people — here’s why

WWII Navy veteran inventor of Milton Bradley’s The Game of Life dies at 99

Reuben Klamer, the Canton-born inventor of the popular board game The Game of Life, has died. He was 99. Klamer was commissioned by the Milton Bradley Co. (now Hasbro) to create the game, which made its debut at the International Toy Fair in 1960. Considered one of the best-selling games of all time and second in popularity only… Continue reading WWII Navy veteran inventor of Milton Bradley’s The Game of Life dies at 99

Pentagon’s over-the-horizon drone strike kills innocents including children

WASHINGTON. The faux Biden administration said it was an over-the-horizon drone strike in Afghanistan against something called ISIS-K. It was the first anyone in the world ever heard of this terrorist splinter group. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, hailed the action as “righteous.”  (Report: ‘Righteous’ Afghanistan Drone Strike Killed Civilians,… Continue reading Pentagon’s over-the-horizon drone strike kills innocents including children

The Atlantic’s Franklin Foer Allegedly Identified As “Reporter-2” In The Sussmann Indictment

The Atlantic’s Franklin Foer Allegedly Identified As “Reporter-2” In The Sussmann Indictment Authored by Jonathan Turley, I have a column today in the Hill on the indictment of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann by Special Counsel John Durham. The indictment fills in a great number of gaps on one of the Russian collusion allegations pushed by… Continue reading The Atlantic’s Franklin Foer Allegedly Identified As “Reporter-2” In The Sussmann Indictment

Supply Chain Shipping Hell: “Just Get Me A Box” Says Logistics Manager

Supply Chain Shipping Hell: “Just Get Me A Box” Says Logistics Manager Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Two years ago, the cost for a 40-foot container to transport goods from Asia to the U.S was under $2,000. Today it’s as much as $25,000. When I saw this Bloomberg headline I thought it was about… Continue reading Supply Chain Shipping Hell: “Just Get Me A Box” Says Logistics Manager

This Korean War soldier was MIA for 70 years. His remains return home for burial in Massachusetts

The official U.S. Army photograph of 1st Lt. Thomas Redgate shows a smiling 24-year-old, a service cap crowning his head, a tan tie and shirt underneath his dress uniform. He was a Brighton boy gone off to fight in Korea. He never came home during that war, but his remains finally were flown to Boston on Tuesday — more than seven decades later —… Continue reading This Korean War soldier was MIA for 70 years. His remains return home for burial in Massachusetts