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Patriot Graves

Patriot Graves

Monday is Memorial Day, a national observance first known as Decoration Day. The first Memorial Day was observed on May 30, 1868. Flowers were placed on the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery.

Initially meant as a time to remember those who fell during the bloody battles of our brutal Civil War, the holiday's significance has been extended to honor all those who paid the ultimate price for our nation.

BREAKING NEWS, The States vs. Obama, The Dead Are Voting, Bad News For Millennials


Multiple media outlets are reporting that Donald Trump has secured the backing of the required number of GOP delegates to make him the 2016 Republican presidential nominee.

The Associated Press has reportedly been conducting interviews with uncommitted or unbound delegates. Their discussions revealed that a sufficient number of them planned to support Trump, enough for him to win at least 1,239 votes on the first ballot -- two more than the necessary majority of 1,237.

The States vs. Obama

Records Act Violations, Left-wing Violence, Kudos To East Liverpool Grads

Records Act Violations

The State Department inspector general's office has reportedly concluded that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server violated the Federal Records Act.

Among the findings:

VA Hospitals & The Dumbo Ride, Big Government Is Broken, Planned Parenthood Evacuated

VA Hospitals & The Dumbo Ride

That's a headline you don't see very often and with good reason. No one would confuse the two -- except a high-ranking bureaucrat.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald was talking to reporters yesterday and attempted to explain the ongoing problems our veterans are confronting with long wait times for treatment. Here's what McDonald said:

Protecting Our Children, Importing Disease, Obama's Dishonest Department

Protecting Our Children

Opposition to Obama's radical agenda of allowing children to choose which bathrooms and locker rooms they want to use is growing. Here's the latest:

Misguided Elites, Fighting Back, The Intolerant Left, Kudos To Heaton

Misguided Elites

9/11. The D.C. sniper. Fort Hood. The Boston Marathon bombing. The Oklahoma City beheading. San Bernardino.

Those are just a few examples of terrorist attacks carried out in America by Islamic extremists. Sadly, we can expect more death and suffering in the long battle ahead.

Ugly Attacks On A Good Man, Terror In The Sky, Trump Takes The Lead?

Ugly Attacks On A Good Man

In recent days there has been a brutal attack leveled against well-known conservative leader and intellectual Bill Kristol. Bill has been in the cauldron of the Washington battle for many years. He has crossed swords with the left's best attack dogs and regularly defeated them. But this attack comes not from the left but from some on the right, and the level of vitriol hurled at Bill has crossed the line of civil discourse.

Iran Demands Reparations, Target Tanks, Peak Insanity? Not Yet, Like Big Government? Try Flying, Battle In The Bluegrass State, Trump's Judges

Iran Demands Reparations

Iran is now demanding reparations from the United States. The Iranian parliament yesterday voted 174-to-7 in favor of legislation seeking compensation for "spiritual and material damage" caused by U.S. policies over the past 63 years.

According to Majid Ansari, Iran's vice president for Parliamentary Affairs, Iranian courts have issued judgments of at least $50 billion against the United States.

This may seem laughable at first, but why wouldn't Iran make such a demand?

Did Tehran Terrorize U.S. Sailors?, Parents Oppose Open Bathrooms, Poll Predicts A Close Contest, Rebranding The Party?

Did Tehran Terrorize U.S. Sailors?

The Obama Administration's deception in selling the nuclear deal with Iran was the subject of a hearing on Capitol Hill this morning.

The White House refused to allow Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes to testify about his role in manipulating the media. Rhodes can talk to the New York Times Magazine but not members of Congress?

Obama Breaches Tradition, Court Calls For Compromise, Your Reaction

Obama Breaches Tradition

The commencement address to the 2016 graduating class of Rutgers University should have been a rewarding event for the students who worked so hard for so long. No doubt it was memorable in that the speaker was the president of the United States. But, sadly, although predictably, President Obama breached all unspoken traditions and protocols.