Meg Griffin is going to the Marine Corps Ball in NC

Update November 21, 2011: Well, not really Meg, since she is an animated character, but the actress that does Meg’s Voice, Mila Kunis has accepted and invitation from Marine Sgt. Scott Moore. Congratulations Scott. The Blaze Story And here are a couple of photos of the actress herself. And here is the Youtube clipContinue reading “Meg Griffin is going to the Marine Corps Ball in NC”

Navy Chics are “HOT HOT HOT”

  Update – January 25, 2012 Just got word that my pal Sarah will be coming home on February 10, 2012. Please join me in welcoming home one of our HEROES!   SD2010 went to a little Independence Day gathering with some dear old friends on Monday evening. Our lovely hostess (Ms. Faye) has aContinue reading “Navy Chics are “HOT HOT HOT””

Lt. Dan Band – For the Common Good

This blogger has been pondering what his message would be for this, the 235th anniversary of our Great Republic, known as the July 4th Holiday. Thanks and a Hat Tip to a fellow local Patriot…Rick Johnson of Paul Revere Radio for informing me of this new movie release. Lt. Dan Band – For the CommonContinue reading “Lt. Dan Band – For the Common Good”

Westboro Baptist Church in Mississippi

On Saturday USMC Staff Sgt. Jason Rogers, who was killed in action in Afghanistan April 7, was buried in Brandon, Mississippi. Source That, by itself, is a sadly unremarkable – though certainly noteworthy and solemn – occasion for us to mark. And in fact when Sgt. Rogers’ body returned to Brandon it was greeted byContinue reading “Westboro Baptist Church in Mississippi”

Who is John Galt?

John Galt’s Speech (mini-version from Ayn Rand’s ‘Atlas Shrugged’ 1957) [ 964 words ] For twelve years you’ve been asking “Who is John Galt?” This is John Galt speaking. I’m the man who’s taken away your victims and thus destroyed your world. You’ve heard it said that this is an age of moral crisis andContinue reading “Who is John Galt?”

Wednesday April 6th Heroes Welcome at RDU Airport

For those of you who have read my posts in the past, you’re aware of one of my favorite events. The Triangle Flight of Honor. Here’s the Update Email I received this morning. Please try to attend if you can. Update #4 April 4, 2011 Triangle Flight of Honor Update: Flight of Honor Headed toContinue reading “Wednesday April 6th Heroes Welcome at RDU Airport”

Irving Berlins’ God Bless America

Source. Thanks Ted from Israpundit. Here Is a Real Star. In case you don’t know it, this is the person that is referred to as “The Fat Lady” in the old saying of “It’s not over till the fat lady sings”.(One version anyway) Kate Smith was born and grew up in Columbia, Missouri . InContinue reading “Irving Berlins’ God Bless America”

Triangle Flight of Honor Fundraiser

For those of you NOT familiar w/ The Triangle Flight of Honor, here’s a brief summary; Triangle Flight of Honor is a group that sends our World War II Veterans to DC to view the memorials that most of them have never seen. They work completely on donations and they do not accept ONE REDContinue reading “Triangle Flight of Honor Fundraiser”

Heroes – January 16, 2011

TIMBERLAKE — John Franklin Tillett died on January 14, 2011 after a short battle with cancer. John was born in Georgetown, S.C. on April 21, 1960. His family moved to Raleigh when he was two years old, where John lived until he graduated from Sanderson High School in 1978. After graduation, he pulled a hitchContinue reading “Heroes – January 16, 2011”

Heroes – January 15, 2011

          OXFORD — Daryl R. Bradley, 55, passed away on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at Maria Parham Medical Center. Mr. Bradley was born in Durham Co., the son of Faye Roberts Bradley and the late Earl Gaither Bradley. He served in the United States Marine Corps for 4 years, and wasContinue reading “Heroes – January 15, 2011”