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The Lies and Corruption From Our Own Government Smearing An Innocent Woman – Tokoyo Rose

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This woman searched for her MIA husband for 68 years – you’ll never believe what she found

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August 14, 1945: A jubilant crowd of American Italians are seen as they wave flags and toss papers in the air while celebrating Japan’s unconditional surrender in their neighborhood in New York City. (AP Photo)

NEW YORK CELEBRATES V-J DAY

Superbowl cut this commerical : Veteran say’s it’s his responsibility to defend his family and no one has a right to tell him he can’t

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U.S Generals Who Won’t Enforce Martial Law Being Fired

I LOVE JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO! SHE JUST BITCH-SLAPPED EVERYONE AT TOP LEVEL FOR THE TREATMENT OF OUR TROOPS, VETERANS AND FALLEN WARRIORS!

10/12/13 – Judge Jeanine Pirro Explodes At Obama Administration – Opening Statement – Obama Administration Refusal to Bury U.S. Soldiers –

 

H.R.3199 – Safe Military Bases Act – Bill allows guns on military bases

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Sponsor: Rep. Stockman, Steve [R-TX-36] (Introduced 09/26/2013)
Cosponsors: 6
Latest Action: 09/26/2013 Referred to the Committee on Armed Services, and in addition to the Committee on the Judiciary, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
Major Recorded Votes: There are no Roll Call votes for this bill

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10 USC § 1034 – Protected communications; prohibition of retaliatory personnel actions

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Current through Pub. L. 113-36. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)

(a) Restricting Communications With Members of Congress and Inspector General Prohibited.—

(1) No person may restrict a member of the armed forces in communicating with a Member of Congress or an Inspector General.
(2) Paragraph (1) does not apply to a communication that is unlawful.
(b) Prohibition of Retaliatory Personnel Actions.—

(1) No person may take (or threaten to take) an unfavorable personnel action, or withhold (or threaten to withhold) a favorable personnel action, as a reprisal against a member of the armed forces for making or preparing—
(A) a communication to a Member of Congress or an Inspector General that (under subsection (a)) may not be restricted; or
(B) a communication that is described in subsection (c)(2) and that is made (or prepared to be made) to—

(i) a Member of Congress;
(ii) an Inspector General (as defined in subsection (i)) or any other Inspector General appointed under the Inspector General Act of 1978;
(iii) a member of a Department of Defense audit, inspection, investigation, or law enforcement organization;
(iv) any person or organization in the chain of command; or
(v) any other person or organization designated pursuant to regulations or other established administrative procedures for such communications.
(2) Any action prohibited by paragraph (1) (including the threat to take any unfavorable action and the withholding or threat to withhold any favorable action) shall be considered for the purposes of this section to be a personnel action prohibited by this subsection.

CONFIRMED! Michael McCaul (R-TX) confirms that a ‘stand down’ order was given to a rescue team that could have responded rapidly to DC Navy Yard massacre

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