Dégagé Meet Jim Wolf, an Army veteran who has struggled with poverty, homelessness and alcoholism. Luckily Jim volunteered to be a part of this makeover to show him what really lies under his ragged look. The results are UNREAL and have completely changed Jim’s life. Check out this wonderful video and SHARE it with your […]Continue reading
Seven Reasons Not To Bomb Iran ~ McCain Violating The War Powers Act: Iran is enriching uranium to low levels under full IAEA safeguards ~ Bombing Would Be A Lawless Act Of Agression That Would Isolate The United States And Israel, Not Iran.
IRAN IS ONE OF THE LAST COUNTRIES THAT RUNS ITS OWN CENTRAL BANK FREE FROM ROTHSCHILD. PUTIN JUST PAID OFF RUSSIA’S ROTHSCHILD DEBT AND IS NOW SOVEREIGN. THIS IS WHY RUSSIA AND IRAN ARE JOINING FORCES AGAINST ROTHSCHILD HIJACKED AMERICA. The IRAQ WAR Is Not Over, End Of The Sunnis: Obama = The Shiites Promised Warrior & […]Continue reading
Among US forces on active duty, the suicide rate this year is the highest since the invasion of Afghanistan a decade ago, according to the Associated Press. In the first 155 days of this year, 154 active-duty troops took their own lives, an increase of 18 percent over the same period last year. At the […]Continue reading
The days of Maverick flipping a bird at a MiG while Inverted are over. “Gates Announces Major Pentagon Priority Shifts.”Continue reading
Death Toll For United States Military Power: Defense Secretary Gates Excised $178 Billion & Obama To Excise Another $400 Billion ~ Leaving America Naked!
Puppet Defense Secretary Robert Gates Mr. Gates particularly has warned against a “hollowing out” of the military, a not-so-implicit criticism of the $400 billion Mr. Obama has announced that he intends to cut from Pentagon accounts. This reduction would come on top of the roughly $178 billion already being excised by the Gates team.Continue reading
At least 858 U.S. soldiers have died in the Afghanistan war since President Barack Obama took office in January 2009. That equals 60 percent of the 1,427 American soldiers killed so far in the 10-year war in that country. In March 2011, there were 26 U.S. military deaths in Afghanistan, including 4 non-combat related fatalities. That […]Continue reading