President Trump, Mattis Release Breaking Announcement As North Korean Launch Overreaches International Space Station

November 29, 2017 James Baker 0

After months of radio silence, North Korea has launched a ballistic missile—the largest and most successful of their tests thus far. Defense Secretary Mattis confirmed these reports in a statement given alongside President Trump on Tuesday. “North Korea launched an intercontinental ballistic missile. It went higher, frankly, than any previous shot they’ve taken. It’s a research and development effort on their part to continue building ballistic missiles that can threaten everywhere in the world basically.” North Korean media produced a special televised program, announcing their new Hwasong-15 nuclear-ready ICBM and celebrating its “significant” power over previously-tested missiles. Unlike many of (Read More)

GOP Senators Now Uniting To Save Air Force Colonel As He’s Stripped Of Everything

November 26, 2017 James Baker 0

Several key U.S. Senators have united to defend the Air Force Colonel who was relieved of his command after refusing to forfeit his religious beliefs. Signing a letter in support of the airman, Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Roy Blunt are just three of the legislators joining forces in the Senate to stop what they feel is unacceptable and damaging to the First Amendment—specifically the freedom of religion. Colonel Leland Bohannon was asked to sign off on a routine handful of documents for a retiring sergeant. The practice includes a “certificate of appreciation” provided to the spouse which is (Read More)

See How U.S. Military Members Are Celebrating Thanksgiving In Warzones

November 23, 2017 James Baker 0

For America’s finest and bravest, being deployed to a dangerous warzone doesn’t mean you have to miss out on Thanksgiving celebrations. Even far away military bases inhabited by the worst terrains like Afghanistan and Iraq still do their best to provide turkey and stuffing to troops who have sacrificed their own freedoms to defend ours. Soldiers take advantage of this day off to relax, enjoy as much food at they can stomach, and play games. For troops stationed in Afghanistan in particular, Thanksgiving dinner has already been in the pipeline for months. Food and drink is ordered four months in (Read More)

Trump Celebrates “Big Move” As Chinese President Xi Sends In North Korean Envoy

November 18, 2017 James Baker 0

China is finally taking concrete action to dissolve the tense North Korean situation, and President Trump is voicing his approval. China is sending an Envoy and Delegation to North Korea – A big move, we'll see what happens! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 16, 2017 Diplomat Song Tao, the core of the special diplomatic envoy deployed to North Korea, travels on behalf of Chinese President Xi to brief Kim Jong-Un and other officials on “issues of mutual interest”. President Trump has called for President Xi to take action for months, and it appears that these requests have finally solidified (Read More)

U.S. Military Deserter Bergdahl Sets Sights On $300,000 Army-Funded Payday

November 13, 2017 James Baker 0

The Army is now working to decide whether Bowe Bergdahl, the Army Sgt. Who deserted his post in Afghanistan, will be the recipient of over $300,000 in back pay for the time he spent in enemy captivity. Bergdahl was a member of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division and left his post in 2009 when he was immediately captured by Taliban forces. In a controversial ruling, Army judge Col. Jeffrey Nance decided that Bergdahl should be saved from serving any jail time, though he would be dishonorably discharged and given the rank of private. Adding further to the (Read More)