Posts Tagged ‘ marines ’

Stopping Terror In Its Tracks

Stopping Terror In Its Tracks

As Oscar Brand pointed out to us many years ago-singing about another titanic global struggle against fascism-it never pays to underestimate the courage of American servicemen. The brave men of the U.S. Armed Forces came to the rescue once again this week-assisted by a brave American college student and plucky Brit-preventing a repeat of...
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Justice South of the Border

  More on Jon Hammar’s unpleasant vacation in Mexico.
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First To Fight

Today is the 236th anniversary of the United States Marines Corps, and we at American Rattlesnake would like to extend our most heartfelt thanks to the courageous, dedicated men and woman who have served or are currently serving in the USMC. I’d like to single out fallen Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who prior...
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Memorial Day In Brooklyn

Memorial Day In Brooklyn

I’ll attempt to keep my commentary to a minimum, since I don’t think I can add much to the images I’ll be posting today. The image above is of the Field of Flags, a memorial to the 266 New Yorkers who been killed in action during operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and associated theaters of...
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Honoring the Fallen

Honoring the Fallen

Later today I’ll be photographing one of the longest-running Memorial Day parades in the nation. Sponsored by the United War Veterans of Kings County, the Brooklyn Memorial Day Parade is a fitting tribute to those who’ve made the greatest sacrifice in order to ensure the preservation of our precious liberties. Hopefully, the photos will be...
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Stolen Valor

Stolen Valor

Yet another illustration of the danger of open borders revealed itself the other day, when 13 illegal aliens in California were arrested wearing United States Marine Corps uniforms. The worst part, however, is that two American citizens were arrested with them and charged with alien smuggling. These are most likely individuals tied to criminal...
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