There are 80 of them as of today, the living recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor, the highest award that a member of the American military can receive. 11 earned their medals in World War II, and 11 more in the Korean War, while 53, by far the highest number, earned their honors in … Continue reading Real American Hero: Ty Carter
Operation Enduring Freedom began less than a month after the 9/11 attacks on America. Designed to wrestle control of Afghanistan from the Islamofascist Taliban regime and install true democratic reform, the military operation has been highly successful in it's mission to bring and maintain some sense of stability to what has historically been one of … Continue reading Real American Hero: Jared Monti
On October 7th, 2001 in direct response to the 9/11 attacks on America which had occurred less than a month earlier, the United States military launched 'Operation Enduring Freedom' in Afghanistan to wipe out the bases from which the terrorist al Qaeda organization was then operating. The American military worked with a group of coalition … Continue reading Real American Hero: Michael Murphy
In the 1987 film 'The Untouchables', Kevin Costner plays famed lawman Elliot Ness, who is tasked to lead a fight against the violent empire of infamous crime boss Al Capone in Chicago during the Prohibition era. In the beginning, Ness tries some of the usual law enforcement tactics of the day, but appears to be … Continue reading Islamism Series: What are we prepared to do?
"The British are Coming!" "Remember the Alamo!" "A Date Which Will Live in Infamy" "9/11" All of these phrases are now burned by history into the collective American consciousness, automatically bringing us back to times when our nation was under attack right here on our own soil. However, the first three are actually a bit … Continue reading 9/11: Not the first attack on America, won’t be the last