The Frontlines Weekly Update Brief (April 18-24, 2011)

LIBYA & SYRIA VIOLENCE CONTINUES The coalition continued its efforts to support the rebels in Libya, with some western countries sending ground troops to advise the rebels. Callas have been made to provide more direct assistance to the rebels in order to topple Qaddafi. Meanwhile the protests in Syria have continued, where the Assad government [...]

Morning Reference for the MilBloggies

Just wanted to post this link from Ace of Spades so all the folks at the MilBlog Convention have a better understanding of their condition this morning…one of these days I’m going to that thing…have a few for me!

The Race Card

So Whoopi Goldberg decided she’d play the race card (again).  Well, Whoopti-Doo!  Whoopi, honey, it’s been over-played.  By you, by Janeane Garafolo, by Chris “Tingles” Matthews and by every other liberal that can’t defend the President’s actions and policies with facts or logic. Stop calling me racist.  It’s old, and it’s trite.  Stop trying to [...]

Obama is my Ex-Wife

The other day I was contemplating our national state of affairs while sipping a beer at my local VFW. Somewhere amidst the swirling smoke emanating from cigarettes and the hamburgers sizzling on the grill it occurred to me that our President and my ex-wife have a lot in common. Promises made but not kept – [...]

Returning Soon

Hello readers! I will be back to posting soon, hopefully with a new post by the end of the week…Sorry for the delay, but sometimes life gets in the way. I’m looking forward contributing to Military Pundits again.

The Frontlines Weekly Update Brief (March 28-April 3, 2011)

THE FRONTLINES OF AFGHANISTAN Taliban insurgents have led several attacks against Americans and Allied forces in retaliation for an American priest who burned the Koran as a media stunt for his declining church. The stunt angered many in the Islamic world and was deplored as an act of selfish stupidity by top American officials.  Norwegian [...]