Memorial Day 2011: Who Do You Remember?


There are some today who won’t remember the twenty-three brave warriors who were killed in Panama during the early morning hours of December 20, 1989 (and the days immediately following) while participating in the U.S. military operation “Just Cause“. Perhaps it is because their memories are fading, or has been overshadowed by other events that preceeded and followed that particular time in history. Continue reading “Memorial Day 2011: Who Do You Remember?”

Funeral Party Crashers Crash Wrong Party

Military Funeral Protestors Choose Wrong Funeral!

f you want to know what happens when you pursue a foolish cause and compound it by fooling with the wrong people in the wrong town, then just ask the members of Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, KS.
They found out first hand when they decided to crash the funeral of Army Sgt. Jason James McCluskey, of nearby McAlester, to protest what they say is America’s un-godly tolerance of homosexuality. After finishing their picket sign wielding “God Hates America” protest they found themselves in the precarious position of having to face off with a crowd of over 1,000 Anti-protestor protestors and required the protective services of more than two dozen law-enforcement officers – state troopers, sheriff’s deputies and local police as they hobbled their way out of town!  

 I don’t know if God hates America, but I know someone in McAlester, KS didn’t like the tires on their mini-van.

 Bet the word Exodus has a brand new meaning for them now!