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The one-time conservative magazine Weekly Standard just went belly up. When a conservative mag like this goes full anti-Trump, ye reap what you sow. https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/weekly-standard-rip/
The Democrats/Liberals/Progressives/Socialists like to think of their “side” of the political aisle as the Science side – as they claim some kind of science-based high ground on all things science. So chalk this one right up there with their belief there are no … Continue reading
Chevy’s big entry into the electric car world will be no more. I remember seeing a number of these bought by the Navy at the Washington Navy Yard as official government vehicles. Knowing the cost of them and watching the … Continue reading
,,,is not like the others! F/A-18 Hornets at NAS Oceana, 2015.
A nice capture of Joe “Reb” Edwards in his T-28 Trojan Navy trainer during the Culpeper Air Fest airshow last weekend (early October 2018.) Joe Reb was an F-14 Tomcat pilot and we crossed paths back in the early 90s … Continue reading
This is just insane. Hollywood actor Kristen Bell goes all Woke and politically correct on…a fairy tale. Kristen Bell, the voice of Anna in Disney’s hit animated film “Frozen,” revealed in an interview published Wednesday her concerns about the message … Continue reading
Nice shot of my old carrier, USS JOHN F KENNEDY as she turns into the wind to launch and recover aircraft. I took this from what we called high-holding, about 2,000 feet above the carrier as we waited for our … Continue reading
Was down at Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach over the past 4 days for their annual air show. As usual, it was a great time and the Blue Angels were the headliners, shared with the Canadian Snowbirds. One … Continue reading
Oceana Air Show, 2006. This was the last appearance of the Tomcat at the Oceana show. The aircraft was on her last legs by now, down to only a few squadrons as she was being phased out of service. Size, … Continue reading
I haven’t gotten really political much – or at all – on the Instapinch 2 during this reboot. That may change, depending on if I can wean myself away from that vacuous and vapid sucker-of-life-force Facebook. This particular tidbit pretty … Continue reading