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Watch: President Trump and The First Lady Participate in a September 11th Pentagon Observance Ceremony

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump participate in a 9/11 memorial ceremony at the Pentagon Wednesday to honor those lost on September 11, 2001. The memorial is set to begin at 9:30 AM EDT. Watch: Content created by Conservative Daily News and some content syndicated through CDN is available for re-publication without charge under the Creative Commons license. Visit ...

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National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial – What to Know Before You Visit

The traumatic events of Sept. 11, 2001, changed the lives of everyone in America, especially those working for the Defense Department. Terrorists proved that the very symbol of our national security — the Pentagon — was not, in fact, impenetrable. A hijacker flew American Airlines Flight 77 into the southwest corner of the Pentagon that day, killing 184 people — ...

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Pentagon

1) Why is the Pentagon, you know, a pentagon?The land the Pentagon was first planned to go on was bordered on five sides by roads, so the architects designed a five-sided building. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was worried putting the building at that location would interfere with the view of Washington from Arlington Cemetery, so he chose to move it ...

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Seventeen Years After ‘The Falling Man’

We are seventeen years on from the most significant event of our lifetimes: the Islamofascist terror attacks of September 11, 2001. For those who were aware on that day, the events were life-altering, changing the world forever, yet it seems as though we, as a society, have forgotten both the threat and the identity we all were forced to admit. ...

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Google Ends AI Program With Pentagon After Employees Resign In Protest

  by Kyle Perisic Google was set to help develop an artificial intelligence program to help military drone strikes reduce the number of civilian casualties — that is, until 12 employees resigned from the company in protest and another 3,000 signed an open letter blasting the program as evil. Google had an employee meeting to discuss whether AI should be used ...

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Pentagon retweets post demanding Trump step down

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The Defense Department admitted Thursday that its press operation had “erroneously” retweeted a message calling for the resignations of President Donald Trump and Senator Al Franken. The tweet was quickly un-retweeted, but not before being noticed by Twitter users that follow the Pentagon account. One of the people operating the DoD’s Twitter account was at fault according to a quick ...

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Left’s Policy on Guns & Mental Health Turns on a Stiletto

Up until quite recently the official policy on the left was to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally unstable. A CNN propagandist wrote, “If there’s anything both sides of America’s heated and polarizing gun debate may agree on, it’s the need to keep firearms out of the hands of people with serious mental illness.” The gun control ...

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President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Today, July 20, 2017

President Donald Trump will start his day by going to the Pentagon for a meeting at the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs (Pol-Mil.) In the afternoon, the president will make an announcement on pharmaceutical packaging. No other public events have been scheduled and the briefing schedule will not be released until the morning. President Trump’s schedule for Thursday, 7/20/17 9:50 AM ...

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Obama administration intends to use military pay raise as ‘weapon’

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In his weekly address, House Speaker Paul Ryan read from a memo showing that the Obama administration intends to turn a military pay raise into a political weapon. Ryan was briefing reporters on the status of the Defense Authorization Bill when he read from a memo from the Pentagon in which it said the President should veto the raise to use “as a principle ...

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Does This Ballistic Vest Make Me Look Fat?

Developments on the women–in–combat front are cause for concern, even for leftists that have made cognitive dissonance a way of life, because the women don’t seem to be holding up their end of the ideological bargain. If Ranger Sgt. Rosie Riveter is going to be leaping out of aircraft and putting paid to ISIS misogynists — either by a well–placed ...

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Feeling the Pain of the Falling Man of September 11th

This article was originally published in a number of publications on September 11, 2002. With a slight edit to reflect our current circumstances, I present it to you as a tribute to the souls lost on September 11, 2001. Everyone remembers the horrifying images of September 11, 2001. Anyone alive and aware on that date will live with those images ...

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Eros and Estrogen on the Front Line

This December it will be 42 years since the last male was drafted into combat, but it looks like the fun is just starting for women. Not that they will be going to the post office to register anytime soon. Instead woman already in the military — who thought they were being all they can be by typing 130 WPM ...

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Rebuttal of Robert Gates and his BS book

Today,  a book by former Defense Secretary Robert Gates will hit the stores. Already some parts of it have been released to the media, which, depending on their political preferences, have focused on the parts favorable or unfavorable to Obama and the Democrats. But equally (if not more) important is Robert Gates’ disastrous tenure as Defense Secretary under both Presidents ...

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House GOP Has Nothing to Offer Conservatives

Here’s the situation: You’re in a high–stakes negotiation with an untrustworthy opponent. The opposition has violated every agreement the two of you have made in the past. Enforcement mechanisms are weak or non–existent. In other areas of mutual interest your opponent regularly violates the law and dares you to do something about the violation. Your weak and vacillating leadership can’t ...

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