Wounded Marine Vet Takes On ‘Social Justice Warrior’s’ Outrageous ‘Definition’ Claim

October 6, 2018 G W 0

The United States and most of its people have always celebrated the veterans of the nation, people who took up arms, at great personal risk of life and limb, and fought for her interests around the world. Recently, one leftist writer, ‘Dr.’ Warren J. Blumenfeld, wrote a piece which suggested the ‘social justice warriors’ should be venerated as veterans. Blumenfeld equated being in the armed forces, in physically in danger, with being a political activists bent on destroying individual liberty and forcing the acceptance of a particular political belief on others. Obviously, such a suggestion, while it may have played (Read More)

Medic Given Highest Honor By President After Incredible Act

October 3, 2018 G W 0

In the Global War on Terror, a number of heroes have risen to the call. United States Army Staff Sergeant (E-6) Ronald J. Shurer II showed his heroism on the battlefield, for which he was awarded the highest military honor in the nation, the prestigious Medal of Honor, by Donald Trump. When Shurer first attempted to join the United States Marine Corps, he was rejected “due to a medical condition,” which was pancreatitis from a bicycling accident. After terrorists slammed planes into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, he reapplied, and the military decided to allow him to join. (Read More)

After Navy Man Holds Yard Sale To Fund His Own Funeral, Strangers Step In To Help

October 2, 2018 G W 0

For service members, the United States military offers a number of benefits, including health care, various facilities, and even, in some cases, free or discounted travel. The military generally assists with burial and funeral expenses, but the amounts can vary, and often don’t cover certain expenses. Ine Cambria County man, hoping to find money to pay for his funeral and burial decades after his military service, decided that he could raise a few dollars by selling his worldly possessions. Thankfully, the kindness of strangers stepped in to help ensure that this Navy veteran got the funds he needed. Willie Davis (Read More)

How Mattis Spent His Birthday Weekend Is The Definition Of Service

September 14, 2018 G W 0

Many agree that for the first time in years, the United States Department of Defense, which is responsible for oversight of the entire armed forces, is led by a man that the troops respect. James Mattis was not some political figure who never served and rose to prominence like former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter; he was an officer in the United States Marine Corps, and was respected even then. This week, Secretary of Defense Mattis turned 68 years old. He didn’t spend his birthday at some high-society event in Washington D.C., Martha’s Vineyard, or New York City, though, he (Read More)

Judge Orders Raid After Homeless Vet ‘GoFundMe’ Theft

September 13, 2018 G W 0

Last year, a homeless man, Johnny Bobbitt, came to the assistance of Kate McClure, whose car had run out of gasoline. With his last $20, he bought her gasoline so she could get home, and as a result of that kind act, a crowdfunding campaign raised more than $400,000 to help Bobbitt, a veteran, get back on his feet. However, the couple apparently decided that they knew best, claiming that the veteran couldn’t be trusted with the donations. After a lawsuit was filed, their actions have taken on a more sinister look. Now the question is where that money went, (Read More)