SCARS AND STRIPES!
Posted By Sharon Rondeau On Tuesday, September 17, 2013 @ 10:27 AM In National | 2 Comments
by Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III, ©2013
September 17, 2013
Rear Admiral John W. Bitoff, working closely and primarily with his staff JAG officer, Timothy William Zeller, began an unceasing flogging of me and what once was my family in 1989.
Bitoff and Zeller swore out false changes and advanced them against me in a court-martial that both men completely controlled and manipulated.
Bitoff and Zeller assigned co-worker staff officers into the court-martial panel to ensure and repeat a guilty verdict Bitoff had already clandestinely ordered.
Bitoff and Zeller knew these officers to be hostile in their intent toward me, officers who had engaged with me in severely acrimonious arguments regarding administrative and operational matters attendant to the USS MARS…
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The Democrats are running a War On Children.
What is it with Liberals and wishing death and disease on other people’s children? This morning, a Democratic party official, Allan Brauer, attacked the children of Ted Cruz’s aide, Amanda Carpenter. He disagreed with the decision from the House Republicans, so, therefore, he wished a long, painful death on Amanda Carpenter’s children.
The Washington Free Beacon reports,
Allan Brauer, the communications chair for the Democratic Party of Sacramento, Calif., told an aide to Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Tex.) on Friday that he hoped her children “die from debilitating, painful and incurable diseases.”
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Americans no longer fault “easy access” to guns as number one reason for gun violence
September 20, 2013
Americans are finally waking up to the fact that gun control does not curb gun violence. A recent Gallup poll conducted on Sept.17 and 18, just days after the shooting at the DC Navy Yard, reveals Americans think “easy access” to guns has less to do with mass shootings than they did in 2011.
The new poll, as reported in the Washington Times, shows 48 percent of Americans now blame failures in the mental health system for gun violence.
After the 2011 shooting in Tucson, Ariz., in which six were killed and several wounded including then Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, a poll was conducted to measure the public’s response. Then, 46 percent blamed “easy access”…
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