Skip to Content


Military Veteran stops a break-in attempt only to be arrested for protecting himself and his property

Obviously the heinous criminal is the one protecting himself.  Good job, Medford PD Rolling Eyes

Military veteran Corey Thompson, 36,  that the wanted felon was trying to break into his home via the back door. Defending his property, Thompson said he warned the criminal that he was armed and he was giving him his one and only warning shot.

“This is the end result. You break into someone’s house, there’s consequences,” Thompson said.

Wielding his AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, the veteran made good on his threat and fired one warning shot. The bullet did not strike the suspect or anyone else.

“When I’m dealt with a stressful situation, being a veteran from Iraq and the Afghanistan war, it’s natural. I just jump into combat mode. I told him, ‘I’m going to give you a warning shot’,” Thompson explained.

However, police later determined he wasn’t justified in firing his weapon. Medford Police Lt. Mike Budreau said “there was nothing that the suspect was doing that was aggressive enough to justify the shooting.”

Apparently, for police in Medford, a wanted felon trying to break into a law-abiding citizen’s home isn’t enough to justify a warning shot.

Spitfire 944

In 2005, an 83 year-old World War II pilot is surprised to see 16mm footage of his 1944 Spitfire crash for the first time.

SPITFIRE 944 was put on YouTube as part of the Sundance Film Festival Memorial Day observance through from May 22 through June 5, 2013 (UPDATE, ShortsHD is allowing the film to stay on youtube for the moment:) The Sundance portal is .

Memorial Day 2013

In memory of the fallen men and women of the Armed Forces; thank you for your sacrifice.

Empire State sheriffs, Cuomo battle it out over 2A restrictions

Read the whole thing at :

The governor of New York and  are locking horns over their opposition to the of 2013.

“As sheriffs it is our duty and obligation to speak out against laws that do not promote the public good,” said Putnam County Sheriff , legislative committee chairman of the .  NYSSA is a not-for-profit corporation, formed in 1934, for the purpose of assisting sheriffs in the efficient and effective delivery of sheriffs’ services to the public.

Sheriffs across the state from each political persuasion have a myriad of concerns with respect to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s signature law, the New York, he said. “Shortly after the law was passed, I led a meeting with 52 of the 58 sheriffs where we reached a consensus to sign a letter to Cuomo expressing our position,” said the Smith, whose term as president ended, but was still leading the NYSSA when the governor signed the law Jan. 15.

U.S. Military Grants Itself the Authority to Deploy Troops in American Cities Without Presidential or Local Approval

The summary is this: the DoD published an update to US code outlining military power during civil unrest.

It was slightly altered during a  which now grants the military authority to unilaterally declare martial law without presidential approval.

Many sections outline plans and policies for a martial law scenario, and should be  by any American worried about a hostile police state.  The whole article can be read at :

Most worrying is that the examples given as possible reasons for when the military would need to use their, “emergency authority,” are so broad and open to interpretation that it essentially gives them the power to declare martial law whenever they choose.

A recent piece published by the Long Island Press on the repercussions of these “subtle” changes to the US code.

The lines blurred even further Monday as a new dynamic was introduced to the militarization of domestic law enforcement.

Surprise homecoming for Air Force kids at Zoo Boise

Air Force dad's surprise homecoming at Zoo Boise found at .  I love stories like this.

Pentagon confirms it may court martial soldiers who share Christian faithIt will be interesting to ...

Pentagon confirms it may court martial soldiers who share Christian faithIt will be interesting to see who determines the definition of "sharing" and whether that definition extends to all faiths.
Syndicate content

by Dr. Radut