An Open Letter To Fox News About ‘Boobs On The Ground’

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First, foremost, and most obvious to everyone other than yourselves, your remarks were immensely inappropriate. Your co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle was so right to call attention to an inspiring story of a woman shattering glass ceilings in a society where doing so is immeasurably difficult. We never heard an answer to her question: why did you feel so compelled to “ruin her thing?”

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Phony Navy SEAL of the WEEK. James “Kimo” Akaka and Arthur Neil Obus.

Published on Sep 19, 2014

Retired Navy SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley BUSTS James “Kimo” Akaka from Honolulu, Hawaii and Arthur Neil Obus from Montpelier, Ohio.

James has gained a celebrity following from his claims of being a Navy SEAL and he was not. Googling any part of his name with “Navy SEAL” brings up numerous links about him being a 17-year veteran Navy SEAL and he has reaped numerous rewards for something he never earned.

I expect Kimo will claim “lost paperwork” that proves he was a SEAL just like he did to KITV in Honolulu. Lost paperwork is just another lie Limo is using to cover his ass…

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Video: Medal of Honor Ceremony for two Vietnam Veterans

Medal of Honor Ceremony

President Obama awarded the Medal of Honor to two Vietnam War soldiers, Army Command Sergeant Major Bennie Adkins and Army Specialist Four Donald Sloat. Specialist Sloat received the award posthumously for his actions while serving as a machine gunner. Dr. William Sloat accepted on his brother’s behalf. Sergeant Major was given the award for actions taken as an intelligence sergeant. The president in his remarks recounted their combat actions and heroics. He emphasized the importance of honoring Vietnam veterans for their sacrifices, saying they have not always gotten the thanks they deserve.

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