recently left Active Duty with the Army a little over 2 years short of
full Active Federal Service retirement to make this run.
my military career, I have served six tours in hostile fire zones
including Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and the Balkans. These
tours include almost three years in the Middle East (Iraq and Saudi Arabia) and a year and a half in the Balkans (Hungary, Bosnia, Kosovo, Croatia).
My wife, Kasia, who was pregnant with our son at the time, and I were
also in the Pentagon on 9/11. This experience greatly invigorated my
continued military service.
grew up an Air Force brat and lived in Taiwan while my father flew
combat missions in and out of Vietnam. I was 10 years old when our next
door neighbor, Captain Mareil Mason was shot down and killed. I spent my pre-teen and teenage years fully aware of the effects of the US defeat in Vietnam on the Vietnamese and Cambodian peoples.
There is no politician who has done more damage to the United States
in the War against Islamic Radicalism than Congressman Murtha. His
actions have done more to lead us toward political defeat in this war
than the enemy could ever hope to accomplish by their own means.
Congressman Murtha’s calls for withdrawal of our forces and limiting
the authority of the Commander-in-Chief in executing this war, plays
directly into the hands of our enemy. He is undermining our soldiers in
the fight and encourages the enemy to kill more of our Soldiers and
kill large numbers of Iraqi civilians on a weekly basis. The Islamic
extremists, just like the communists in Vietnam,
see such weakness of political resolve as the reason to keep fighting
in spite of their military losses. Congressman Murtha must be replaced
with a leader who understands the importance of a political, military,
and economic strategy that is good for the Iraqi people and the region,
not his political agenda. Freedom should not be a political issue. We
need to achieve the victory that this war demands. We must do so for
the safety of our children and grandchildren.
Scott Kolins has drawn The Flash for DC Comics, so he provides a unique perspective. Between TV, a potential movie, & a legacy in comics, the Flash is a rich topic to kick off this new podcast.
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A sudden numbness in your face, difficulty speaking, a severe headache. These are signs and symptoms of a stroke. Each year, nearly 800,000 people in the U.S. have a stroke. May is Stroke Awareness Month and on the next Mayo Clinic Radio, neurologist Dr. Robert Brown, Jr., talks about diagnosis and treatment of stroke.
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Host Barry Moltz gets small businesses unstuck. He has founded and run small businesses with a great deal of success and failure for more than 15 years. This is a business radio show where he shares all the craziness of small business. It’s that craziness that actually makes it exciting, interesting and totally unpredictable.
Official Internet radio show of forthcoming epic paranormal investigation book by Eric Olsen and "Haunted Housewife" Theresa Argie.
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