Dog Company: A True Story of American Soldiers Abandoned by Their High Command

By Jim Campbell

May 18, 2017


Imagine, in the days of an all-volunteer army being an individual who raised his right hand,  swearing to uphold the U.S. Constitution even if it meant making the ultimate sacrifice only to find you were abandoned for the sake of political correctness, as pencil pushing generals and members of congress did nothing about it.


Hollywood is great at making war movies, with all that happened in their story, I seriously doubt that film could capture this masterpiece.

If the reader has never seen combat, this book puts you right in the middle of it. 

It may be for many a serious look at the horrors of war.


by Roger Hill and Lynn Vincent


May 18, 2017


The Army does not want you to read this book.

In fact, everything that could possibly be done to stop the book’s publication was done so by the Pentagon.

After years of delay, the wizard’s at the Pentagon redacted material that was already in the public domain and published by the Army.

Am I going to tell you how it ends?  Nope, pick up a copy and find out for yourself. (Click here to order.)

It does not want to advertise its detention system that coddles enemy fighters while putting American soldiers at risk.

It does not want to reveal the new lawyered-up Pentagon war ethic that prosecutes U.S. soldiers and Marines while setting free spies who kill Americans.

It does not want to advertise its detention system that coddles enemy fighters while putting American soldiers at risk. It does not want to reveal the new lawyered-up Pentagon war ethic that prosecutes U.S. soldiers and Marines while setting free spies who kill Americans.

It does not want to reveal the new lawyered-up Pentagon war ethic that prosecutes U.S. soldiers and Marines while setting free spies who kill Americans.

This very system ambushed Captain Roger Hill and his men.

Hill, a West Point grad and decorated combat veteran, was a rising young officer who had always followed the letter of the military law. In 2007, Hill got his dream job: infantry commander in the storied 101st Airborne. His new unit, Dog Company, 1-506

In 2007, Hill got his dream job: infantry commander in the storied 101st Airborne. His new unit, Dog Company, 1-506

His new unit, Dog Company, 1-506th, had just returned stateside from the hell of Ramadi. The men were brilliant in combat but unpolished at home, where paperwork and inspections filled their days.

The men were brilliant in combat but unpolished at home, where paperwork and inspections filled their days.

With tough love, Hill and his First Sergeant, an old-school former drill instructor named Tommy Scott, turned the company into the top performers in the battalion.

Hill and Scott then led Dog Company into combat in Afghanistan, where a third of their men became battlefield casualties after just six months.

Meanwhile, Hill found himself at war with his own battalion commander, a charismatic but difficult man who threatened to relieve Hill at every turn.

After two of his men died on a routine patrol, Hill and a counterintelligence team busted a dozen enemy infiltrators on their base in the violent province of Wardak.

Abandoned by his high command, Hill suddenly faced an excruciating choice: follow Army rules the way he always had, or damn the rules to his own destruction and protect the men he’d grown to love.



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What the hell just happened?

By Jim Campbell


April 18, 2017


It’s called no more politics as usual.

No more politicians who fail to get with the program.


Trump’s plans, in spite of obstructionist progressives, are putting people back to work again, just as he promised.  (Source)


President Trump mocks Chuckie Schumer for fake tears.

Schumer makes plans to stop President Trump. (Source)

In order to shrink the size of a bloated Federal Government, many of its employees will be terminated. (Source)


Have fun working in an environment where performance on the job counts.


Meanwhile at the Federal Government Employment Office.

Our Motto: “We only hire the best and the brightest.”

Footnote: We get extra points if you are black!





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Savage is a real savage: Well not really he’s a loud mouthed punk

Or is he?

For his part, Savage would not have a clue how to handle the grace and intelligence of Melina Trump.

He would likely drop the fetal position putting his thumb in his mouth or become a shimmering pool of putrescence.

And Dan would know this exactly how?

Well, with the First Amendment he is entitled to his views, but not the facts in made up on the video below.

Taken from an obvious dolt who spends much of his time with his brothers and sisters in the LGBTQ community he should be paid little.

After all, that’s the only thing he brings to the table.


When his 15 minutes are up, perhaps he can begin attacking little children for his next gig.

Why not start with little Alec of Shriner’s Cripple Children’s fame.

If you choose you may donate here. (Source)


Dan Savage wants to make one thing blatantly clear: he is no fan of Melania Trump.


Savage’s logic is so flawed and unsubstantiated by facts.

This guy is seriously in need of some reprogramming, he’s been on the Kool-Aid far too long.

Did this disrespectful, obnoxious PUNK ever hear; it is not nice for a man to pick on a lady but chances are, the dude is not a dude at all

On the latest episode of “Savage Lovecast,” the outspoken LGBTQ rights activist and author criticized what he sees as the “undeservedly charitable view”

Many Democrats have the new first l. Make no mistake, he warned: “Melania Trump is as ugly on the inside as she is pretty on the outside.”

“I fucking hate Melania Trump,” Savage said in the episode, a snippet of which can be heard above.

Noting that some have come to view the first lady as a “pretty princess in the tower locked up by the orange ogre” since her husband’s inauguration, Savage called Melania Trump out for her apparent transgressions.

I know Danny Boy knows the street definition of a PUNK is.

This vile mouthed activist needs the shit smacked out of him with one of Melania’s purses.

What would prompt any man (I guess he is not in the category) to insult a woman to that degree except absolute and total ignorance! Even his staunchest supporters have to disagree with him.I would be willing to bet; under different circumstances, if PDT was not sitting in the Big Chair, the punk would not have the goolunies to say that to his face. That alone deserves a good old fashioned ass whipping.

Even at his age, I bet the president can give it to him.

When is this game of following the ass hole with the far-left going to PUNK out?

Enough is enough.

For all of his efforts to display his ignorance, I think Danny Boy deserves an award.


Indeed, He likely cherishes it as it reminds him of the good times with his transgender cub scout troop.



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And no one will weep

After a lifetime of radical anti-American activism and passionate legal advocacy for foreign and domestic terrorists, cop-killers, and gangsters, convicted terrorist enabler Lynne Stewart died at her home in Brooklyn – instead of in prison where she was supposed to be.


If anything she was an anarchist with a law degree and when the prison cell door slammed on her she should have served her time.

She was cancer to our country there is little justification for her release.

If she wanted an early release, a firing squad would have done nicely.


It’s a given that once in the United States the accused is entitled to an attorney.

The nutless Obama in his zealous failed attempt to close GITMO allowed the “Blind Sheikh, Abdel-Rahma access to our judicial system rather than trying him under a military tribunal at GITMO where the C is used and it’s a completely different ball game.



Her son said Stewart, 77, expired Tuesday from complications related to cancer and a series of strokes.

Mourners who run the website of “Democracy Now!” ran a headline describing her as the “People’s Lawyer & [Former] Political Prisoner.”

The article called her “[a] former teacher and librarian, [who] was known as a people’s lawyer who represented the poor and revolutionaries.”

That represents only part of the life story of the self-described “radical human rights attorney” and cheerleader for totalitarianism.

The Death of an Unrepentant Terrorist-Lawyer

Convicted of providing material support for terrorism, Lynne Stewart was released early so she could die peacefully at home.

Matthew Vadum
March 9, 2017

This outspoken, persistent, quick-witted woman didn’t look like a zealous subversive. She may have been a bit too extreme for many liberals but they gave her a pass because, after all, her heart was in the right place.To the Left, this Maoist who said she favored “violence directed at the institutions which perpetuate capitalism, racism, sexism, and at the people who are the appointed guardians of those institutions,” was an endearing, grandmotherly figure blessed with a disarming honesty.

“I’m not a pacifist,” she once said. “I have cried many bitter tears.

There is death in history, and it’s not all rosebuds and memorial services. Mao, Fidel [Castro], Ho Chi Minh understood this.”



“I don’t have any problem with Mao or Stalin or the Vietnamese leaders or certainly Fidel [Castro] locking up people they see as dangerous,” Stewart told Monthly Review in 2002.

“Because so often, dissidence has been used by the greater powers to undermine a people’s revolution.”

This lovable, folksy ball of fluff hailed the Black Lives Matter-inspired killers who gunned down police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge last year as noble freedom fighters.


See the entire article below.


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The Cover-Up in Search of a Crime

crew-2231211B.T (Before Trump) and when the United States Constitution was still relevant, the phrase was used, “Innocent until proven guilty.”


Today, A.T. (After Trump) we may as well get used to the term ” Guilt until it’s leaked by treasonous spies yet to be rooted out within the President’s inner circle slipped to the media always ready for a public execution where guilt or innocence are of little consequence.

What matters is the agenda.



President Trump obviously had his choice for National Security Advisor properly vetted.

What type of message is that to tell those he approaches for future staff positions that for political expedience you will be kicked to the curb.

Trump may have blown this one.

Let’s hope he doesn’t need them, but he still has thousands more to go to catch up with Obama.


The National Review

Charles Krauthammer

February 17, 2017

It’s a Watergate-era cliché that the cover-up is always worse than the crime.

In the Mike Flynn affair, we have the first recorded instance of a cover-up in the absence of a crime.

Being covered up were the December 29 phone calls between Flynn and the Russian ambassador to Washington.

The presumed violation was Flynn negotiating with a foreign adversary while the Obama administration was still in office and, even worse, discussing with Sergey Kislyak the sanctions then being imposed upon Russia (for meddling in the 2016 elections).

How different is Flynn’s call from Obama’s ‘After my election, I have more flexibility’?

Worst case: He was telling Kislyak that the Trump administration might lift sanctions and therefore, comrade, no need for a spiral of retaliations.


U.S. President Barack Obama (L) talks with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in a bilateral meeting before attending the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Larry Downing

U.S. President Barack Obama (L) talks with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in a bilateral meeting before attending the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Larry Downing

How different is this from Barack Obama telling Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, on an inadvertently open mic, during his 2012 reelection campaign, “This is my last election.

After my election, I have more flexibility.”

Flynn would have been giving the Russians useful information that might well have contributed to Russia’s decision not to retaliate. I’m no Russophile. But again: What’s wrong with that? Turns out, the Trump administration has not lifted those sanctions. It’s all a tempest in an empty teapot.

 The accusations of misbehavior by Flynn carry a subliminal echo of a long-standing charge against Richard Nixon that he interfered in the Paris peace talks in October 1968 to prevent his Democratic opponent from claiming a major foreign policy success on the eve of the presidential election.

But that kind of alleged diplomatic freelancing would have prolonged a war in which Americans were dying daily.

The Flynn conversation was nothing remotely of the sort. Where’s the harm?

The harm was not the calls but Flynn’s lying about them.?? And most especially lying to the vice president, who then went out and told the world Flynn had never discussed sanctions.

You can’t leave your vice president undercut and exposed. Flynn had to go.

Up to this point, the story makes sense. Except for one thing: Why the coverup if there is no crime?

Why lie about talking about sanctions? It’s inexplicable.

Did Flynn want to head off lines of inquiry about other contacts with Russians that might not have been so innocent?

Massive new leaks suggest numerous contacts during the campaign between Trump associates and Russian officials, some of whom were intelligence agents.

Up till now, however, reports the New York Times, there is “no evidence” of any Trump campaign collusion or cooperation with Russian hacking and other interference in the U.S. elections.

Thus far. Which is why there will be investigations. Speculation ranges from the wildly malevolent to the rather loopily innocent.

At one end of the spectrum is the scenario wherein these campaign officials — including perhaps Flynn, perhaps even Trump — are compromised because of tainted business or political activities known to the Russians, to whom they are now captive.

A fevered conspiracy in my view, but there are non-certifiable people who consider it possible.

At the benign end of the spectrum is that the easily flattered Trump imagines himself the great dealmaker who overnight becomes a great statesman by charming Vladimir Putin into a Nixon-to-China grand bargain — we jointly call off the new Cold War, join forces to destroy the Islamic State and reach a new accommodation for Europe that relieves us of some of the burden of parasitic allies.

To me, the idea is nuts, a narcissistic fantasy grounded in neither strategy nor history.
But that doesn’t mean Trump might not imagine it — after all, he maintains that if we had only stayed in Iraq to steal its oil, we wouldn’t have the Islamic State.
And if this has indeed been his thinking about Russia, it would make sense to surround himself with advisers who had extensive dealings there.

I believe neither of these scenarios but I’m hard put to come up with alternatives.

The puzzle remains. Why did Flynn lie? Until we answer that, the case of the coverup in search of a crime remains unsolved.



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Need further proof that the left is becoming completely unhinged? Welcome to the echo chamber

crew-22312113By Jim Campbell,

February 2, 2017


As Dick Morris so aptly points out, the left is living in an echo chamber.

What’s an echo chamber?

What about the Republicans?

For their part they are having a blast, watching the left implode.






We have a classic case among the progressives in Washington.

Quite simply, democrats on the far-left talk to themselves, and the media reports it.

Since the media reports it, it must be true, when nothing could be further from the truth.

Today’s progressives in Washington are marching their party off the cliff into oblivion.





This of course, is excellent for the rest of Americans, those lacking the progressive gene.


It will take about 16 years, or two Republican administrations to undue the damages caused by the fools in the Barack Hussein Administration.



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