Month: September 2018

Déja Veux: Getting Ready for Florence in the Carolinas

Some Storm History … Back in 1996, North Carolina experienced a devastating one-two punch at just this time of year. First Hurricane Edouard, a Cat I storm, hit us late in August.  Winds were tolerable but, Ed dropped a… Read More

SITREP 1 September Those Who Care

Hello again to all you Vets in the Fight, this is David Miller with your weekly Special Operations Speaks, Vets in the Fight SITREP. In this week’s installment, we would like to highlight a few organizations that are quietly and with… Read More

Trump Appoints Conservative Scholar at State to Carry Out ‘America First’ Agend

Jay Ell is one of our supporters, along with her Jack Russell, Murphy, below.  She often sends us some good commentary.  We publish her latest below. “To effectively implement President Trump’s America First vision means thinking through the President’s… Read More