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Governor Abbott Debuts Texas Border Wall In Rio Grande City 

Governor Abbott Debuts Texas Border Wall In Rio Grande City  December 18, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Press Release Governor Greg Abbott today held a press conference debuting the construction of the Texas border wall in Rio Grande City — just six months after he announced Texas would build its own …

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The Manhunt, the Battle Journal of a Company Commander Dec. 2003

The Manhunt On 11 December 2003, troops of the 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized) literally unearthed Saddam Hussein, who had been cowering in a hole about the size of a refrigerator not far from his ancestral home of Tikrit. Within hours stunned audiences around the world witnessed the pathetic remnant of …

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The “Plot” to kidnap Michigan Gov Whitmer thickens as FBI agents get the boot and an informant is a felonious fraud

The cast of characters in the supposed plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Whitmer include unsavory FBI agents and a more unsavory informant. STEPHEN J. ROBESON, a convicted felon and FBI informant has been charged 20 December with fraud. He conned a couple into donating a vehicle for his fake race …

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Kentucky Guardsman jumps into action after tornado devastated Kentucky

Kentucky Guardsman jumps into action to help neighbors By Sgt. 1st Class Benjamin Crane One of the more than approximately 600 Kentucky National Guardsmen activated to help respond to devastating tornadoes lives just 8 miles from where the twisters touched down over western Kentucky. Spc. Zach Neisz spent the first …

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Paratroopers jump in, bearing gifts, earn foreign jump wings

Paratroopers jump into the holidays By Alexander Gago FORT BENNING, Ga.- Soldiers assigned to the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment donate toys to Columbus, and the Chattahoochee area, December 07, 2021. Soldiers are earning their Canadian and Australian Airborne wings by participating in this year s toy drop. (U.S. Army photos …

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Reporter wants to delink tradition of NORAD and military: Satellites, Fighter Pilots Help Track Santa

An MSNBC reporter may have never been noticed, but now his inappropriate over the Wokey Culture top has Americans wondering. He wants to delink Santa from NORAD tracking and from the military: “No, I’d prefer we end the tradition because it’s about time that we decoupled St. Nick from the …

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California Sheriff allegedly illegally issued CCW permits to VIPs

A Civil Grand Jury has formally accused Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith of granting concealed weapon licenses to donors and political supporters and lying about accepting gifts. In a state where concealed carry permits are sought after, the Sheriff played games with those seeking self defense, the Sheriff played …

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Released! 12 U.S. missionaries, including children, kidnapped by a gang in Haiti 16 Oct

Haiti Gang Releases All American Missionaries. VOA Twelve Christian Aid Ministries missionaries held captive by a Haitian gang since October 16 have been released.  Gary Desrosiers, spokesperson for Haiti’s National Police, PNH, confirmed the news in a conversation with VOA Creole. He declined to provide any details. A Christian Aid Ministries …

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Army Officer Alan Alda’s show was based on M*A*S*H’ units in Korean War

Cast of the TV series “M*A*S*H” pictured in a 1972 season premier photo. Alan Alda is left center. photos Courtesy CBS via DOD M*A*S*H’s Alan Alda Was an Army Officer in Korea and Played One on TV DEC. 15, 2021 | BY DAVID VERGUN, DOD NEWS Six-time Emmy Award-winning actor Alan Alda …

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Gov DeSantis accuses Biden of running what amounts to a “Human Smuggling” Operation: State of Florida sues DHS and Biden

Governor DeSantis claims that 70 flights were conducted at night carrying illegal immigrants and transporting them to Jacksonville Forida. DeSantis plans to relocate the illegal migrants: “If you sent (them) to Delaware or Martha’s Vineyard, that border would be secured the next day,” DeSantis said last week in Jacksonville when …

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