Monday, May 30, 2022

Memorial Day Video: "Reveille"

David Huddleston and James McEachin


With best Memorial Day wishes to my readers and their loved ones.

Lest we forget.

To Mssrs. Huddleston (U.S. Air Force) and McEachin (U.S. Army), now both past 80: I thank you for your service, gentlemen.

Thanks to Rudeseal and Hal Netkin at lawatchdog and, above all, to the Brothers Montierth!

Postscript, Memorial Day, 2017:

David Huddleston: September 17, 1930-August 2, 2016, RIP.

Memorial Day, 2018:

James McEachin, who just turned 88 (2022: 92!) on May 20, is still among us.


Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Have the number of school mass shootings been vastly exaggerated by the anti gun lobby?

From the article:

A Reason Magazine column focused on school mass shooting incidents shows that there have been 13 mass school shootings since 1966, far below the 27 incidents which the gun control lobby claims have happened this year alone.

The Reason column opens by pointing to a National Public Radio (NPR) report that claimed, “27 school shootings have taken place so far this year.” NPR made that claim after the Uvalde, Texas, shooting.

First tip off that something might be wrong was that the claim came from NPR. I often listen to NPR and they are very good at presenting an educated intellectual sounding facade but often present inaccurate and biased information. The article mentions that one of the criteria that may be used to define a mass shooting is that there must be fatalities. Somebody could increase, or decrease the number of these shootings based on personal belief, not necessarily facts.

Now, I know that this article was specifically about school shootings, but the idea that the definition of a mass shooting can change based on ideology makes me wonder about the statistics about all these shootings. If that can be the case, then Frank James, the (already basically forgotten by the media and general public) black subway shooter, wouldn't even qualify as a mass shooting. Really though? It certainly wasn't for lack of trying, guy just couldn't shoot straight:

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Pope Francis continues to use his office to push for the great replacement:
In the article, Pope Francis mentions Ukranian refugees but note the photos in the article show him with negro alien invaders. Of course, that's just the article and anyone can attach any photos to it so I went into google images and typed in Pope Francis and immigration. These photos came up:

80% of the photos show him with black or muzzy alien invaders, and the black ones are virtually all male. Guess if the Pope puts his stamp of approval on millions of black African rapefugee men being shipped to the 1st world every year, then it must be harmless.

Those photo ops are staged and released for a reason, and I suspect it's to promote the great replacement agenda. The Pope doesn't take his orders from God, he takes them from the globalists.