In the Service of Mordor (RR)

In the Service of Mordor (RR)

“LACK OF INTELLIGENCE” by OPOVV, ©2017 (Mar. 9, 2017) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘Pulse of the Nation,’ your favorite half-hour in front of the idiot box. Hey, how ya all doin’? Roving here back under the umbrella across from the railroad station, about to interview the men and women in […]

It’s a Free Choice

It’s a Free Choice

“CORRUPTED BEYOND RECOGNITION” by OPOVV, ©2015 (Mar. 5, 2015) — One of my proudest moments was when I raised my right hand and took the Oath of Allegiance to the Constitution at my voluntary induction into the military. The Oath was to a document and not to a tree or the ground that the tree grew […]

Irreconcilable Differences, Part 3 pb

Irreconcilable Differences, Part 3 pb

“IT IS TIME TO PART OUR WAYS” by Tom Pastore, Vietnam Veteran, ©2014 (Jun. 20, 2014) — [Editor’s Note:  This is the third and final part of Mr. Pastore’s series covering the treatment of veterans throughout U.S. history.  Parts 1 and 2 can be found here and here, respectively.] The Korean War appeared to be […]

OAS: Impressions and Plans

OAS:  Impressions and Plans

“WE NEED MORE WALKERS THAN TALKERS” by Sharon Rondeau (May 17, 2014) — On Saturday night, The Post & Email spoke with three attendees of Operation American Spring (OAS), all of whom provided unique perspectives on the event thus far. Mike Volin, founder of WheresObamasBirthCertificate.com (WOBC), said that he will be holding a strategy session […]

Help a Vietnam Vet!

Help a Vietnam Vet!

“DISSED BY THE V.A.” by Fred Brownbill, ©2014, Save America Foundation (Jan. 8, 2014) — I received an e-mail yesterday from a Mrs. Donita Clark who is married to a patriot warrior and Vietnam Veteran who is being dissed by the VA (Veterans Affairs) hospitals and doctors.  She is just so tired of the treatment […]

Just Forget Seventy-Five

HAS HEALTHCARE RATIONING STARTED? by Gunnery Sergeant John McClain, USMC, Retired, ©2012, blogging at Gulf1 (Oct. 23, 2012) — A note from a former U. S. Marine and Vietnam veteran  living in Danbury, Connecticut. I am a 67-year-old former Marine and a Vietnam veteran.   And I say:  “Forget about living to age 75 in the USA!” […]