I’ve just been busy with projects and such and keeping my eye on the idiots in DC. Four more years of this crap! Face/keyboard.
Since I don’t watch TV news much anymore, I scour the internet to try to find factual accounts of what is going on in our government and with our Troops. Neither is easy, but there are intrepid citizen journalists and bloggers out there doing their best to report the real news. You know, news that includes facts. (An endangered species at present.)
Since I only have had time for quick linking to interesting articles and blog posts on the Military and politics, I’ve been spending time over at Twitter and Facebook.
If you want to know where I’ve been around the net, look for me on Twitter:
or on Facebook:
Lord knows, there’s more than enough to blog about but sadly, it usually requires only the same reaction and rant again and again and again. I get tired of writing the same thing over and over again.
And I sure as hell don’t want to revisit 2012.
So much idiocy is not good for one’s mental health or blood pressure.
So, as 2012 rolls to a close and 2013 rolls in, please just remember that our Combat Troops are still in a war zone and other service members are far from home stationed all over the world, doing good things that the media deems unimportant and of which a good majority of the country knows nothing.
If you’d like to acquaint yourself to some of the activities and experiences of our Military, go to the link below and see the slideshows of some of the best photos of 2012:
The men and women of the U.S. military serve in operations around the world. They also are family members, athletes and sports fans who embrace life. Military photographers provide a visual record of their activities. In this review, Year in Photos 2012, we offer a selection of some of the most compelling pictures they produced.
Stay Strong. Stay Safe. Fight On.