On April 17, the Courier-Journal in Louisville, Kentucky, reported on a military exercise dubbed “Mangudai,” named after the special forces of Genghis Khan’s Mongol army who could fight for days without food or sleep. The Kentucky newspaper portrayed the exercise as an effort to train soldiers to battle the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Yale Law School's Saul Cornell writes a massive propaganda piece claiming that interpreting the Constitution based on the intent of the Founders is "destroying America". He'd rather have judges interpret it however the hell they want and consider it a "living document" that can be molded "by the people". Which people, he doesn't say but I think you can guess. This interpretation nonsense is why the Constitution has failed to "bind [them] down from mischief". Now its just another tool for statists to enslave us.
A Florida firefighter says he couldn't believe it when Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents gave "intrusive" pat-downs to passengers including kids getting off an Amtrak train in Savannah, Georgia earlier this month.
Now 9 years into this occupation, coordination still remains a problem between NATO, US, and Afghan forces. Yahoo front page article contains disturbing quotes such as NATO commander Blitz "We were obviously not absolutely clear whether there were Afghan national security forces in the area."
Also last month was the deadliest for international forces since the war began, with 103 killed, including 60 Americans.
Chicago - Blackhawks and A/MH-6 Little Bird helicopters used by special forces circling low through downtown Chicago skies made for a scary scene along the Chicago River, as they rattled windows flying among the city's skyscrapers.