Not One of Us

TruthRevoltOriginals YouTube 6/18/2014

A Nation is a family. And those that swear an oath to defend that nation form a tighter family–one that depends on the loyalty of each member to protect their very lives. In his latest FIREWALL, Bill Whittle discusses the cultural disconnect not only of Bowe Bergdahl, but of the people who […]

Showtime: Evil or Stupid?

Bill Whittle PJ Media YouTube 6/5/2014

So many scandals in Obama’s years as President. So was he evil or was he just stupid? He portrays himself as ignorant or stupid for each of these. He finds the news from the media, not from his administration. But which is worse? What ever happened to the ‘Buck […]

Michelle Malkin: Bergdahl release was ‘a diversionary tactic that blew up in their face’

Glenn Beck 6/4/2014

In her weekly column, conservative columnist and author Michelle Malkin details five years’ worth of conversations she has had with both active and retired servicemen who were deeply familiar with the circumstances surrounding Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s disappearance and capture. On radio this morning, Malkin joined Glenn to discuss her exclusive report […]

Why Team Obama Was Blindsided by the Bergdahl Backlash

The president and Ms. Rice seem to think that the crime of desertion in wartime is kind of like skipping class.

Ralph Peters National Review Online 6/3/2014

…This is a fundamental culture clash. Team Obama and its base cannot comprehend the values still cherished by those young Americans “so dumb” they joined the Army instead […]

Walid Shoebat reveals disturbing comments and YouTube activity of Bowe Bergdahl’s father

The Right Scoop 6/2/2014

The first and most obvious comment from Bowe Bergdahl’s father, Bob Bergdahl, was at the White House presser on Saturday. Walid Shoebat and company put this video together that shows us a couple of things.

First, what’s been said to be an Islamic greeting is in fact the most famous war […]

Flashback: A reminder about Bowe Bergdahl’s desertion problem

Michelle Malkin 5/31/2014

While many people jumped aboard the Bowe Bergdahl bandwagon, I was not one of them. His release today in exchange for five Taliban commanders who had been in custody at Gitmo underscores troubling questions that have persisted since his alleged abduction.

Longtime readers will recall questions raised here about the circumstances of […]