On the Marine Corps birthday, we took to the podcast to spread the word on efforts by SUNY Broome students to help victims of Hurrican Maria in Puerto Rico. On November 19, 2017, at American…
An attempt to attack the US Marine Corps, and civilians in Manhattan, have yet to be defined in what seems to be the most clear and obvious definition possible. Which should bring to question why.
The military is not a social experiment, or the proving ground for political pipe dreams.
On this, our 239th birthday, I send out my birthday wish – among the tens of millions of wishes from across America and those of the hundreds of millions of lives touched by Marines over the decades across the world – for every Marine to receive the strength, support, and camaraderie to achieve whatever goal is before them on this, and every, day.
“Go do your job [Sen. Reid]. If you can’t, or you need Marines to get it done for you, then step out of the way. If it takes Marines to represent the wishes of the State of Nevada, then Sen. Reid retire and let a living Marine get the job done the right way.”
If “fundemental transformation” of America means an America without Marines, it’s not what we would have voted for (even though we did not vote for President Obama). If “Change you can believe in” means America without Marines – we don’t want to believe, we resist such change.
The Marines’ Hymn From the halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli, We fight our country’s battles in the air, on land and sea. First to fight for right and freedom, and to keep…