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  • Great parody Trump speech!

    07/19/2016 7:05:06 AM PDT · by HangUpNow · 34 replies
    youtube ^ | Mike Kaminski
    Mike Kaminski aka Comedian Michael Clive is known for the Most Authentic imitations in the World (like his 'Patton Speech'). In this great parody speech, Mike catches Trump at this best and worst. He Nukes 0bama's foreign policy & more! All the "Trumpisms" you love.
  • The General George S. Patton Story By Ronald Reagan

    06/03/2016 7:21:04 PM PDT · by DaveinOK54 · 31 replies
    Youtube ^ | Youtube
    Fantastic 30 min. video narrated by Ronald Reagan about GS Patton, I mean DJ Trump...LOL. It's really worth a watch. The parallels between GSP and DJT have always intrigued me.....
  • The M-60 Patton Tank Is Still a Mean Machine

    05/13/2016 5:52:20 AM PDT · by C19fan · 39 replies
    War is Boring ^ | May 13, 2016 | Dave Majumdar
    Raytheon is pitching a new upgrade for the venerable M-60A3 Patton main battle tank that would turn the elderly design into a competitive force on the modern battlefield — all at a fraction of the cost of a new vehicle.
  • "The Trump Family I know"

    05/06/2016 7:16:00 AM PDT · by JLAGRAYFOX · 13 replies
    Big Geek dad ^ | 05/2016 | Lynne Patton
    Every American citizen & voter should view this amazing tape put together by an African-American woman employee in the "Trump" organization. It spiaks for itself, quite clearly!!!
  • Patton on Profanity and Prayer (Part One – Profanity

    02/09/2016 7:37:38 AM PST · by xzins · 72 replies
    The Real Revo ^ | 9 Jan 10
    Part One is exactly as advertised. If you are going to be offended by Profanity go read something else. There, I've done my part. Profanity serves a purpose in the military. General Patton explained; "When I want my men to remember something important, to really make it stick, I give it to them double dirty. It may not sound nice to some bunch of little old ladies at an afternoon tea party, but it helps my soldiers to remember. You can't run an Army without profanity; and it has to be eloquent profanity. An Army without profanity couldn't fight it's...
  • Lead Like Patton At Bastogne (Is Trump like Patton?)

    12/26/2015 3:43:19 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 113 replies
    Forbes ^ | 7/14/2010 @ 1:10PM | Geoff Loftus
    It was the greatest moment of Pattons career and a welcome, day-late Christmas present for the surrounded heroes of Bastogne. The Americans went on to smash the Germans at the Bulge, one of the most significant victories of the war. Desperate for a miracle amid the crisis, the Americans got what they needed from Patton, who stayed completely confident in himself, his troops and his policy of aggression. That confidence enabled him to take the big risks necessary for a miracle. With the economic recovery going in fits and starts, you might want to do a little miracle working of...
  • Christmas Day the snow turned red (trunc)

    12/24/2015 5:50:18 AM PST · by DFG · 10 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | 12/23/2015 | Antony Beevor
    A clear cold Christmas,’ General George S. Patton of the U.S. Army wrote in his diary. ‘Lovely weather for killing Germans, which seems a bit queer, seeing Whose birthday it is.’ The skies had finally cleared with intense frosts moving in from the east, offering an opportunity for Allied fighter bombers — previously hampered by cloud — to break up German attacks as they were assembling. Christmas Day 1944 witnessed some of the most blood-soaked, desperate fighting of the war in what became known as the Battle of the Bulge.
  • World War Two Patton and the Battle of the Bulge 1944

    12/17/2015 9:47:18 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 1 replies
    YouTube ^ | History Channel
    Patton 360 - Battle of the Bulge by History Channel
  • All Glory is Fleeting - The Demise of the Warrior Ethos

    11/28/2015 7:03:57 PM PST · by pboyington · 16 replies
    US Defense Watch ^ | November 28, 2015 | Ray Starmann
    The current situation in the world can only be described as precarious. ISIS and radical jihadis are wreaking havoc across the globe. Old allies are frustrated with a complete lack of US leadership and old enemies like Russia are on the move. We’ve gone from the days in 1989, where Ronald Reagan was told, “the world is quiet” during his last days in office, to “the world is on fire.” Coupled with this, is the state of the US military, which is reeling from readiness, budget and social issues. Added to the military’s problems is what I call, “the demise...
  • Patton on Politics: A Pint of Sweat Will Save a Gallon of Blood

    11/26/2015 5:21:29 PM PST · by poconopundit · 12 replies
    Official Website of General George S. Patton ^ | November 26, 2015 | General George Patton
    At this rallies, Trump speaks of his admiration for General Patton.  And observing Trump's campaign, it certainly appears he's stolen a page or two from the great General's playbook. Watching Trump is fun because you learn winning marketing and branding techniques: the "rookie politician" is giving the veteran politicians and consultants a clinic on how it's done. Patton was a strong believer in speed of attack.  The Germans had a word for it, the blitzkrieg, or "lightning war": create disorganization in the enemy by using mobile forces and locally concentrated firepower.  It delivers shorter military campaigns, which preserves human lives...
  • The True Story of The Patton Prayer

    11/11/2015 9:43:41 AM PST · by batmast · 21 replies
    pattonhq ^ | October 6, 1971 | Msgr. James H. O'Neill
    The True Story of The Patton Prayer by Msgr. James H. O'Neill (From the Review of the News 6 October 1971) Many conflicting and some untrue stories have been printed about General George S. Patton and the Third Army Prayer. Some have had the tinge of blasphemy and disrespect for the Deity. Even in "War As I Knew It" by General Patton, the footnote on the Prayer by Colonel Paul D. Harkins, Patton's Deputy Chief of Staff, while containing the elements of a funny story about the General and his Chaplain, is not the true account of the prayer Incident...
  • Almost 5 minutes of Patton reminder

    08/30/2015 6:06:40 AM PDT · by knarf · 38 replies
    youtube ^ | August 30, 2015 | deadbolt8706
    It's history, the man was real, we exemplified greatness and Trump sounds a lot like him
  • Why WWII Didn't End Sooner

    06/11/2015 6:12:28 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 125 replies ^ | June 11, 2015 | Victor Davis Hanson
    Seventy-one years ago, the British, Canadians and Americans landed on the Normandy beaches to open a second ground front against Nazi Germany. Operation Overlord -- the Allied invasion of Western Europe -- proved the largest amphibious operation in military history, dwarfing even Xerxes' Persian invasion of Greece in 480 B.C. Brilliant planning, overwhelming naval support, air superiority and high morale ensured the successful landing of 160,000 troops on the first day -- at a cost of about 4,000 dead. Three weeks after the June 6 landings, nearly a million Allied soldiers were ashore, heading eastward through France. Hitler's once-formidable Third...
  • The True Story of The Patton Prayer

    12/24/2014 9:41:12 PM PST · by WhiskeyX · 24 replies
    Review of the News ^ | 6 October 1971 | Msgr. James H. O'Neill
    Many conflicting and some untrue stories have been printed about General George S. Patton and the Third Army Prayer. Some have had the tinge of blasphemy and disrespect for the Deity. Even in "War As I Knew It" by General Patton, the footnote on the Prayer by Colonel Paul D. Harkins, Patton's Deputy Chief of Staff, while containing the elements of a funny story about the General and his Chaplain, is not the true account of the prayer Incident or its sequence. As the Chief Chaplain of the Third Army throughout the five campaigns on the Staff of General Patton,...
  • We Could Not Have a General Patton Today

    12/20/2014 8:30:06 AM PST · by Davy Buck · 34 replies
    Old Virginia Blog ^ | 12/20/2014 | Richard G. Williams, Jr.
    "Patton's familial ties to Confederate veterans is quite fascinating (Chapter One is titled, "Ghosts of the Confederacy") and had a significant impact on his view of history, as well as his role it it. (An extremely important and influential factor, despite what some think.) Patton's great-grandmother once wrote, "I am crying because I have only seven sons left to fight the Yankees."
  • Patton: The Very Idea of Losing is Hateful to an American

    11/11/2014 2:32:12 PM PST · by DFG · 27 replies
    CNS News ^ | Michael W. Chapman
    Be seated. Men, this stuff that some sources sling around about America wanting out of this war, not wanting to fight, is a crock of bullshit. Americans love to fight, traditionally. All real Americans love the sting and clash of battle. You are here today for three reasons. First, because you are here to defend your homes and your loved ones. Second, you are here for your own self-respect, because you would not want to be anywhere else. Third, you are here because you are real men and all real men like to fight.
  • BOOK REVIEW: How did Patton die?

    10/07/2014 7:55:14 AM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 47 replies ^ | October 6, 2014 | Wes Vernon
    If you have read Killing Kennedy, author and TV commentator Bill O'Reilly reminds his readers, you know that Martin Dugard and I are not conspiracy theorists. We write from a factual point of view, with no axes to grind. Thus, in the afterword of Killing Patton: The Strange Death of World War IIs Most Audacious General Mr. O'Reilly seeks to assure those who have just read this most recent volume in the co-authored (with Mr. Dugard) killing series that their findings are simply facts, not hype. Careful shoe-leather detective work buttressed by research, access to decades-old correspondence and never-before publicized...
  • George Pattons Summer of 1944 [Remember his tactical brilliance that helped to win World War II]

    07/24/2014 2:32:45 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 30 replies
    National Review ^ | 07/24/2014 | Victor Davis Hanson
    Nearly 70 years ago, on Aug. 1, 1944, Lieutenant General George S. Patton took command of the American Third Army in France. For the next 30 days they rolled straight toward the German border. Patton almost did not get a chance at his summer of glory. After brilliant service in North Africa and Sicily, fellow officers and his German enemies considered him the most gifted American field general of his generation. But near the conclusion of his illustrious Sicilian campaign, the volatile Patton slapped two sick GIs in field hospitals, raving that they were shirkers. In truth, both...
  • 12 George S. Patton Motivational Posters That Will Make You Wonder Where Americas Real Leaders Are

    07/10/2014 8:40:10 PM PDT · by kingattax · 20 replies
    IJ Review ^ | 7-10-14 | By Kyle Becker
    George S. Patton. Old Blood and Guts. A Four Star General in the U.S. Army during World War II who was so tough he could eat shoe leather and sh*t nails. In his 36 years of distinguished service, he earned the Purple Heart, 2 Distinguished Service Crosses, 3 Distinguished Service Medals, 2 Silver Stars, and other military decorations. Pattons also well-remembered as a colorful character. If you know someone who needs a bit of perspective on life (or a swift kick in the ass), these 12 motivational posters just might do the trick.
  • Czech Plzen celebrates Victory, liberation by US army

    05/06/2014 2:31:15 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 5 replies ^ | May 6, 2014
    Plzen - The five-day Liberation Festival that celebrated the end of World War Two and the arrival of the U.S. army in Plzen on May 6, 1945 ended with a commemorative event at the memorial to the American troops. The speakers at the event, who included Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka and Senate chairman Milan Stech, also talked of Ukraine and warned against a military conflict. Sobotka said the former Czechoslovak communist regime tried to suppress the memories of the liberation of Plzen by U.S. soldiers. He noted that Czechoslovakia was also liberated by Russian, Polish and Romanian troops. Sobotka told...
  • The Magnificent Infantry of WW II

    05/01/2014 7:23:39 PM PDT · by Retain Mike · 47 replies
    Self | May 1 2014 | Retain Mike
    The Army deployed 67 infantry divisions for the Second World War. Each was like a small town with its own equivalents for community services plus the eight categories of combat arms. Units such as artillery, engineering, and heavy weapons engaged the enemy directly. Yet of all categories, the foot soldier faced the greatest hazard with the least chance of reward. Except for the Purple Heart and the coveted Combat Infantrymans Badge, recognition was often missing because so few came through to testify to the valor of many. The infantryman faced the most dismal fate of all whose duty was uninterrupted...

    04/10/2014 2:19:58 PM PDT · by kingattax · 98 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 10 Apr 2014 | WILLIAM BIGELOW
    The new documentary Silence Patton: First Victim of the Cold War claims that General George Patton was murdered, possibly by the KGB, because he was vociferous in his desire to oppose the former Soviet Union. Writer-director Robert Orlando said his goal was to prove to the viewer that he was silenced because his views didnt go along with the status quo. Patton died Dec. 21, 1945, as a result of injuries he suffered when he was traveling as a passenger in a car that was crushed by a two-ton truck. The rest of the people involved in the crash only...
  • Feminists Outraged Over New Book by Princeton Mom

    03/22/2014 8:48:53 AM PDT · by servo1969 · 61 replies ^ | 3-13-2014 | Nathan Harden
    Susan Patton, aka The Princeton Mom has finally released her book, Marry Smart, based on the controversial letter she published last year in The Daily Princetonian, which advised young women to focus on finding a husband while in college. Liberal feminists hate the book. I mean, they just hate it. Which makes me want to read it, actually. Anyway, Patton generates so much wrath because she points out one of the big lies behind modern feminism. The lie is this: that to be successful and happy you need to focus on your career and not marriage or children throughout your...
  • Ike's Son Remembers George S. Patton Jr.

    12/22/2013 10:26:40 AM PST · by Lonesome in Massachussets · 23 replies
    American Heritage Magazine ^ | Summer 2012 | John D. Eisenhower
    <p>On the morning of December 19, 1944, General Dwight D. Eisenhower strode into the gloomy school building in Verdun that housed the main headquarters of General Omar Bradleys Twelfth Army Group. He had called a meeting of all the senior commanders under Bradley. More than just the building was gloomy; the weather outside was a dark gray, and the tactical situation facing the American Army in Europe was also dark. Adolf Hitlers gigantic Ardennes counteroffensive had been launched three days before, and German Gen. Hasso von Manteuffelss Fifth Panzer Army was about to surround the all-important road junction at Bastogne. The news had reached the United States, and near panic reigned from across the ocean.</p>

    11/24/2013 6:16:05 AM PST · by Homer_J_Simpson · 16 replies
    Microfilm-New York Times archives, Monterey Public Library | 11/24/43 | Drew Middleton, George Axelsson, George F. Horne, Milton Bracker, C.R. Cunningham, Arthur Krock
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  • November 8, 1942 - Operation Torch, the Allied Landings in French North Africa

    11/08/2013 6:57:29 AM PST · by Ready4Freddy · 7 replies
    "On the morning of November 8, 1942, a force of over 70,000 American and British soldiers went ashore on the coast of Vichy French North-West Africa, and a period of close Anglo-American co-operation began. Altogether over 500 ships had carried and guarded the assault force: 102 of them crossing the Atlantic from America; the remainder sailing in two convoys - one fast and one slow - from Britain. They all arrived at their destinations within a few hours of each other and a pattern of smooth timing and organisation had been set."
  • FDR 'Covered Up Soviet Atrocity to Appease Stalin'

    06/27/2013 9:25:33 AM PDT · by george76 · 43 replies
    Newsmax ^ | 10 Sep 2012
    American POWS sent secret coded messages to Washington with news of a Soviet atrocity: In 1943 they saw rows of corpses in an advanced state of decay in the Katyn forest, on the western edge of Russia, proof that the killers could not have been the Nazis who had only recently occupied the area. The testimony about the infamous massacre of Polish officers might have lessened the tragic fate that befell Poland under the Soviets, some scholars believe. Instead, it mysteriously vanished into the heart of American power. The long-held suspicion is that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt didn't want to...
  • Truth... As We Know It (of General Patton)

    03/10/2013 6:59:35 PM PDT · by JerseyanExile · 54 replies
    The Chieftain's Hatch ^ | March 22, 2012
    A Bridge Too Far is one of my favourite war movies. Pretty much the last of the Big Screen Epics, with an All Star Cast, it doesnt try to do much except simply tell what happened. No romantic sub plots, no political commentary, it just goes all-out to bring us the story. Theres a scene near the beginning, where von Rundstedt and Model are discussing if they need to worry about stopping Patton or Montgomery. Hes their best. Id prefer Montgomery, but Eisenhower isnt that stupid says von Rundstedt. The whole Monty/Patton argument in general is frequent, and shows up...
  • The Mysterious Death of Gen. George S. Patton (Was it really an "accident"?)

    11/22/2012 10:20:03 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 56 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 11/22/2012 | Robert K. Wilcox
    Sixty-seven years ago, on a cold December 9th in 1945 Germany, legendary American general George S. Patton was injured in a strange auto "accident" on a road outside Mannheim, near the Rhine River. The opinionated anticommunist died twelve days later. Today, the evidence that he was murdered -- the first in a line of postwar political assassinations including that of President John F. Kennedy -- is mounting. In 2008 my book about Patton's mysterious death, Target: Patton, was published by Regnery with the core evidence, including: * Patton was the only passenger hurt that cold day in what essentially was...
  • Snyder Brothers, Pattons Third Army Recalled

    11/11/2012 9:01:07 AM PST · by george76 · 11 replies
    The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register ^ | November 10, 2012 | DANIEL DORSCH
    In early January 1943, the United States Third Army was assembled on the large terrace in front of Peover Hall near Knutsford, England. Before them stood a man in a tailored, brass-buttoned battle jacket with four rows of battle ribbons and decorations. On his legs were riding breeches and polished, high-topped boots with spurs. Around his waist was an old-fashioned leather belt with a large, shiny brass buckle, and he carried a long riding crop with a hidden sword in it. Fifteen stars in total were placed on his shirt collar, helmet and shoulders. "I've been given command of the...
  • Afterburner with Bill Whittle: The Train Set (Youtube)

    04/30/2012 1:31:55 PM PDT · by servo1969 · 3 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | 4-26-2012 | Bill Whittle
    Bill Whittle tells you why this is the greatest sentence ever written: "The love of theory is the root of all evil." Whittle looks at the difference between fact and theory, and shows you the effects misguided theories have had on everything from warfare to climate science. Can Bill Whittle disprove global warming? What about Einstein's theory of relativity? Find out.
  • Americans cheered Gen. Patton when he urinated on the enemy

    01/13/2012 9:51:48 PM PST · by Windflier · 117 replies
    The last soldier I heard of urinating on the enemy was Gen. George S. Patton. Should the general, who, as much as any other, was responsible for defeating the Nazis, have been driven from the military for such an act? Youd think so from the hysteric response building in the mainstream and Left-leaning press to a video allegedly showing marines urinating on dead Taliban fighters. Presuming its authentic, such reaction is absurd. We send these young men out to kill and maim their enemy. That means snuffing out their life, with all the heartbreak and tragedy involved. They usually do...
  • George Patton: when his army came to the Rhine (Photo)

    01/12/2012 5:36:33 PM PST · by Nachum · 35 replies ^ | 1/12/12 | staff
    "I drove to the Rhine River and went across on the pontoon bridge. I stopped in the middle to take a piss and then picked up some dirt on the far side in emulation of William the Conqueror." General George S. Patton, March 1945
  • Veterans Day: Honoring Pattons 10th Armored Division aka the Tiger soldiers

    11/11/2011 8:43:47 AM PST · by Starman417 · 10 replies
    Flopping Aces ^ | 11-11-11 | Mataharley
    When this day rolls around annually, it's difficult to pick a single unit, battle or warrior to honor. And despite all attempts, the story is only fractionally told. Truly all Veterans, from all wars, are to be honored, respected and given heartfelt thanks for their contributions to our freedoms. But this year I decided to zero in on Patton's Tiger's Division, serving in his Third Army, and single out only one of their remarkable accomplishmentsCombat Command B's Herculean efforts in WWII's Siege of Bastogne in the war's largest, and bloodiest, battle - the Ardennes-Alsace campaign. Or as it is...
  • A 1944 Christmas miracle for Gen. Patton

    12/26/2010 6:31:05 AM PST · by Saije · 46 replies · 2+ views
    LA Times ^ | 12/26/2010 | Alison Bell
    In early December 1944, Gen. George S. Patton Jr., commander of the United States' 3rd Army, stood with his troops at Germany's doorstep. He'd pushed his men across France toward Germany with furious speed during summer and early fall, but in the last months, as he drove through France's Lorraine region toward the Saar River, progress stalled. Fuel and supplies were running short, and perhaps even more deviling, the weather wouldn't cooperate. Driving rains had mired his troops and grounded the fighter planes and bombers needed for air support. On Dec. 8, Patton turned to a higher power to clear...
  • Was Patton killed?

    12/19/2010 12:17:44 PM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 167 replies · 8+ views
    New York Post ^ | December 18, 2010 | ROBERT K. WILCOX
    Sixty-five years ago this month, Gen. George S. Patton Jr., hero of World War II and an outspoken critic of the Soviets, was en route to a Sunday hunting trip, a day before permanently leaving Europe, when he was critically injured in a vehicle accident on a deserted two lane highway near Mannheim, Germany. A large US army truck that Pattons driver later said was waiting for them, suddenly and without signaling abruptly turned into his limousines path, causing a head-on crash. Even though Patton had an aide with him and the driver of the truck had one...
  • Becket man, 91, receives France's highest honor for service in WWII

    10/22/2010 4:38:17 PM PDT · by HalfIrish · 5 replies
    Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, MA) ^ | 10/22/10 | Derek Gentile
    Becket man, 91, receives France's highest honor for service in WWII By Derek Gentile, Berkshire Eagle Staff, 10/22/2010 BECKET -- At a solemn and at times moving ceremony on Thursday at Town Hall, Wesley J. Souliere, former second lieutenant, 104th Infantry, 26th Division, Yankee Division, was awarded France's highest accolade, the French Legion of Honor, in recognition of his "eminent service to the Republic of France" during World War II. "It brings me a great pleasure to decorate you with the Legion of Honor as a token of our eternal gratitude," said Hamon Gregory, deputy counsel of the French Consulate...
  • National Archives puts Nazi papers on public view

    10/06/2010 5:47:15 PM PDT · by DFG · 4 replies
    Yahoo via AP ^ | 10/06/10 | BRETT ZONGKER
    The laws signed by Adolf Hitler taking away the citizenship of German Jews before the Holocaust were placed on rare public display Wednesday at the National Archives. The Nuremberg Laws were turned over to the archives in August by The Huntington, a museum complex near Los Angeles where they were quietly deposited by Gen. George Patton at the end of World War II. The papers will be on display in a separate gallery from the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence through Oct. 18.
  • Using Korans to generate heat. Gen. Patton pleased.

    09/09/2010 12:25:58 PM PDT · by patriotgal1787 · 28 replies
    The Radio Patriot ^ | Sept. 9, 2010 | Andrea Shea King
    *** Gen. George S.Patton, Jr. After reading the Koran and observing North Africans, he wrote to his wife, "Just finished reading the Korana good book and interesting." Patton had a keen eye for native customs and methods, wrote knowingly of local architecture, even rated the progress of word-of-mouth rumor in Arab country at 4060 miles a day. In spite of his regard for the Koran, he concluded, "To me it seems certain that the fatalistic teachings of Mohammad and the utter degradation of women is the outstanding cause for the arrested development of the Arab. . . . Here, I...
  • Sean get a clue. We're not digging foxholes.

    09/09/2010 12:13:54 PM PDT · by patriotgal1787 · 57 replies
    The Radio Patriot ^ | Sept. 9, 2010 | Andrea Shea King
    *** I am listening to Sean Hannity and I'm fuming. He's defending Gen. Petraeus' weak-kneed position on the burning of Korans... and Hannity's not seeing the bigger picture. "This Koran burning will put our troops in harm's way!" he screams. ??? Ummm, Sean, they already are in harm's way. And no matter how fierce the fight, how dangerous the battle, that's what our military is trained to do. That's why they are in "harm's way". Three callers so far. All three disagree with Sean. Sean cuts them off, sliding their audio pot down on his switcher to override them, all...
  • Patton speech in Los Angeles 1945 and death. (Narrated by Ronald Reagan)

    05/29/2010 6:07:51 AM PDT · by Virginia Ridgerunner · 13 replies · 755+ views
    Youtube ^ | 1945 | Movietone News
    Patton giving one of his last public speeches in Los Angeles, 1945, before he returned to Europe and died after a freak automobile accident.Patton Speech
  • Patton: "Mark, you magnificent bastard! I read your book."

    05/21/2010 8:51:24 AM PDT · by patriotgal1787 · 5 replies · 388+ views
    The Radio Patriot ^ | May 21, 2010 | Andrea Shea King
    The NY Daily News headline screamed: Tea Party leader Mark Williams says Muslims worship a 'monkey god', blasts Ground Zero mosque Heh. Tea Party Express chairman and radio talk show host Mark Williams didn't pull any punches when he wrote that Muslims worship a "monkey god" in a blogpost protesting the proposed mosque near Ground Zero in Manhattan. The post is password protected at his site, (in a clever bit of marketing, you have to own or purchase Mark's book "Taking Back America One Tea Party at a Time" to access the article) but the piece has set off...
  • Palin and the General (Putting the McCain Endorsement in Perspective)

    03/09/2010 8:28:51 PM PST · by Brices Crossroads · 210 replies · 2,629+ views
    3/09/10 | Vanity
    I cannot tell how much of this outrage about Sarah Palin's endorsement of McCain is feigned by those who do not wish her well. It is not principally to those folks that this post is directed. To those conservatives who are genuinely disappointed by Sarah Palin's decision to support McCain, let me say that I think Rush and Mark Levin understand it and have said that it is a question of loyalty and that loyalty is a virtue. That makes sense to me and, personally, I would be a little put off if she did otherwise, since it would look...
  • Incredible! New George S Patton speech: Iraq & modern world

    01/04/2010 1:46:26 AM PST · by OL Hickory · 7 replies · 806+ views
    you tube ^ | July 13, 2007 | scenesofaudio
    General George S. Patton...rants about Iraq and the modern world situation! "An absolute must-see!!"
  • Miracle of the White Stallions: A Brazenly Patriotic and Kid Friendly Film

    12/18/2009 9:35:49 AM PST · by jazminerose · 12 replies · 767+ views ^ | 12/18/09 | Joy Tiz
    Ostensibly the story of the elegant Lipizzaner stallions in Vienna, this 1963 Disney film is blatantly pro-America with some authentic history thrown in. The director of Viennas legendary Spanish Riding School, Alois Podhajsky was desperate to protect his extraordinary horses from the vicious Nazi commanders. Hopes were dim until the arrival of horseman General George S. Patton who crafted a bold mission to rescue the splendid animals and keep the breed alive. In 1945, by sheer serendipity, the U.S. Third Army moved into Upper Austria at the time Colonel Podhajsky had hidden the horses on a private estate. Podhajsky showed...
  • How Appropriate: Veteran's Day Also B'Day of George Patton

    11/11/2009 11:56:07 AM PST · by AnnGora · 11 replies · 745+ views
    AnnGora | 11/11/09 | George S. Patton
    Let us not forget that Veterans Day is also the birthday of one of America's greatest veteran warriors, General George S. Patton, Jr. THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY by George S. Patton, Jr. Through the travail of the ages, Midst the pomp and toil of war, Have I fought and strove and perished Countless times upon this star ... So as through a glass, and darkly The age long strife I see Where I fought in many guises, Many names, but always me. ... So forever in the future, Shall I battle as of yore, Dying to be born a fighter,...
  • "The Speech" - General George S. Patton, Jr. (WARNING: Profanity!!)

    09/15/2001 12:43:15 PM PDT · by StoneColdGOP · 181 replies · 8,734+ views
    The Patton Society ^ | Posted September 15th, 2001 - Originally delivered June 5th, 1944 | George S. Patton, Jr. - General, United States Army
    "THE SPEECH" Somewhere in England, June 5th, 1944... "Be seated." "Men, this stuff that some sources sling around about America wanting out of this war, not wanting to fight, is a crock of bullshit. Americans love to fight, traditionally. All real Americans love the sting and clash of battle. You are here today for three reasons. First, because you are here to defend your homes and your loved ones. Second, you are here for your own self respect, because you would not want to be anywhere else. Third, you are here because you are real men and all real men ...
  • General Patton's Address to the Troops

    10/27/2001 4:52:30 PM PDT · by Bubba_Leroy · 26 replies · 4,606+ views
    United States Naval Academy Class of 1963 ^ | May 31, 1944 | Gen. George S. Patton
    Patton's Speech to the Troops in England May 31, 1944 Men, this stuff that some sources sling around about America wanting out of this war, not wanting to fight, is a crock of bullsh_t. Americans love to fight, traditionally. All real Americans love the sting and clash of battle. You are here today for three reasons. First, because you are here to defend your homes and your loved ones. Second, you are here for your own self respect, because you would not want to be anywhere else. Third, you are here because you are real men and all real men ...
  • Pattons Speech to the Third Army

    11/09/2001 12:08:22 PM PST · by Earl B. · 5 replies · 3,905+ views
    National Review Online (Weekend Edition) ^ | June 5, 1944 | General George S. Patton
    Pattons Speech to the Third Army Americans play to win all of the time. By General George S. Patton, June 5, 1944 November 10-11, 2001 EDITOR'S NOTE: The Allies had been gathering in lower England for many months, setting for the greatest amphibious invasion in the history of the world and warfare. It was June 5, 1944. The invasion of the French coast at Normandy had already been delayed once when General Eisenhower gave the green light for the commencement of "Operation Overlord." On the evening of the 5th, the Allied gliders and parachutists would enter the interior of ...
  • General Patton s Speech Somewhere in England June 5th, 1944

    06/30/2002 8:57:02 AM PDT · by Lockbox · 19 replies · 1,552+ views
    War Room ^ | 6/5/1944 | General Patton
    Herein follows a copy of General Patton's (unabridged) speech to 3rd Army on the eve of D-Day. Although not Politically Correct by contemporary standards, in the context of the pending invasion of Europe and the human losses anticipated, it communicated an important message to his target audience. General Pattons Speech Somewhere in England June 5th, 1944 "Be seated." Men, this stuff that some sources sling around about America wanting out of this war, not wanting to fight, is a crock of bullshit. Americans love to fight, traditionally. All real Americans love the sting and clash of battle. You are here...