February 20, 2008

Web Reconnaissance for 02/20/2008

A short recon of what’s out there that might draw your attention, updated throughout the day...so check back often.

In the News: (Registration may be required to read some stories)
Son of Spitzer - You buy an insurance policy. A tree falls on your roof. Then your state's insurance regulator calls you in for a meeting. He tells you that some people will say that you should have cut down that tree. He suggests that you and all the other homeowners likely to submit claims should join together and send a big check to your insurance company to help pay for repairs. (READ MORE)

Pakistan and the Bush Doctrine - The results of Pakistan's parliamentary vote are being billed as a repudiation not only of Pervez Musharraf, but also of President Bush, who has mostly supported the Pakistani strongman over the past seven years. We're more inclined to see the elections as a vindication of both. (READ MORE)

49 Years of Fidel - After nearly 50 years in power, ailing communist dictator Fidel Castro passed the torch yesterday, announcing that he wouldn't accept another term as "president" of Cuba when the national assembly meets Sunday. Hope, like Fidel, springs eternal, but there can be no mistaking that this news has many believing his reign is finally over. The end of Fidel isn't a sufficient condition for Cuban freedom, but it is a necessary one. (READ MORE)

2 More: Obama Wins Wis., Hawaii - Sen. Barack Obama last night won the Wisconsin primary and the Hawaii caucus, setting the stage for a March 4 showdown with wounded Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in delegate-rich Texas and Ohio. (READ MORE)

U.S. Presses N. Korea on Syria - The United States, alarmed by mounting evidence that North Korea gave nuclear assistance to Syria, has rejected pressure from some of its partners in six-nation talks to compromise on an overdue declaration of Pyongyang's nuclear activities, U.S. officials said yesterday. (READ MORE)

Bhutto's Party Rises to the Top - The widower of slain opposition leader Benazir Bhutto emerged yesterday as Pakistan's most powerful politician, in a position to form the next government, choose the prime minister and possibly determine the fate of President Pervez Musharraf. (READ MORE)

Fuel-Cell Vehicles Stalled by Price Tag - Every major car company is exploring fuel-cell technology, but most hydrogen-powered vehicles are still in testing or development. (READ MORE)

Rwanda Genocide Unsettles Bush - President Bush's visit yesterday to a Rwandan genocide memorial shook him to his "very foundation," and he called on the international community to act decisively in Kenya to prevent anything similar from happening. (READ MORE)

Pakistan President Won't Step Down - ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AP) -- Pakistan's president will not step down as head of state and intends to serve out his five-year term, his spokesman said, despite a sweeping victory by his opponents in an election that President Bush on Wednesday judged to be fair. (READ MORE)

On the Web:
Michelle Malkin: Michelle Obama's America -- and Mine - Like Michelle Obama, I am a "woman of color." Like Michelle Obama, I am a working mother of two young children. Like Michelle Obama, I am a member of the 13th generation of Americans born since the founding of our great nation. Unlike Michelle Obama, I can't keep track of the number of times I've been proud -- really proud -- of my country since I was born and privileged to live in it. At a speech in Milwaukee this week on behalf of her husband's Democratic presidential campaign, Mrs. Obama remarked, "For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country... (READ MORE)

Ben Shapiro: Barack Obama is a Fake - Sen. Barack Obama's star appeal is causing physiological reactions in his supporters. Which is to say, they're fainting. And these fainting routines are causing me physiological reactions. Which is to say, I'm throwing up. At no less than six of Obama's recent rallies, fans have reportedly fainted. Those incidents were caught on video or audio. In each, Obama -- who never even thinks to put down the microphone or ask a campaign aide to take care of the matter -- narrates to the crowd as medical volunteers show up to minister to the stricken. In two of the videos, he picks up a bottle of water and offers it to the poor, overcome admirers. (READ MORE)

Walter E. Williams: Costs vs. Benefits - If we look to benefits only, we'll do darn near anything because there's always a benefit. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that there were 43,443 highway fatalities in 2005. If we had a maximum speed law of 15 mph, the death toll wouldn't be nearly as high, probably not even as high as 500. You say, "Williams, that's a crazy idea!" You're right, but let's not call it crazy; it's more accurate to say: saving some 43,000 lives aren't worth the cost and inconvenience of a 15 mph speed limit. Suppose there was a one percent risk of a $10,000 loss, how much are you willing to pay to try to prevent or insure against it? (READ MORE)

Austin Bay: Fidel Castro's Painfully Long Finale - Anti-Americanism energizes numerous dictatorships. Check the miserable roster. Iran's noxious mullahs have invoked the anti-American liturgy since 1979. Mass murderers despise America, with Cambodia's (thankfully deceased) Pol Pot, Serbia's Slobodan Milosevic and Sudan's genocidal junta as examples. Three particularly long-lived dictatorships make "America hate" the staple gruel in their propaganda diet: the Assads' Syrian Baathist regime, the Kims' gulag of North Korea and Fidel Castro's communist slum, otherwise known as Cuba. This week, after suffering another bout of illness, Castro announced he is resigning his presidency. Is the slum getting a new landlord? (READ MORE)

Mike S. Adams: I Don't Think, Therefore I Am - I get a lot of hate mail, most of which is amusing. Seldom is it enlightening. An email I received from a fellow named Stewart provides a rare example of hate mail that is both amusing and enlightening. Stewart wrote because he was upset with me for my opposition to a new “GBLT Center” at NC State. Actually, it is a new GLBT Center, which causes me to refer to its beneficiaries as “Gilberts.” But if Stewart wants to call it a “GBLT Center” that’s fine. I’ll just refer to them as “Giblets” so I won’t be accused of discriminating against dyslexic homosexuals. (READ MORE)

John Stossel: Presidents Can't Manage the Economy - The presidential candidates have been repeatedly asked how they would "manage the economy." With the exception of Ron Paul, every candidate has accepted the premise that this is something the president of the United States should do. Or can do. Nonsense. Democrats act like the president is national economic manager. Republicans pay lip service to free markets, tax and spending cuts, and less regulation -- before proposing big programs to achieve "energy independence," job training and a cooler climate. (READ MORE)

W. Thomas Smith, Jr: Turning a terrorist into a cult hero - In what the Jerusalem Post refers to as “an uncommon act of journalistic contrition,” the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has issued a public apology “to anyone who was offended” by its reference of recently-killed terrorist mastermind Imad Mughniyeh as a “great national leader.” For once, a major Western media outlet did the right thing by admitting its complicity – perhaps unwitting collusion – in what is becoming a trend toward soft-soaping terrorists and their activities. But how could the BBC have come to this is in the first place? (READ MORE)

Gregg Jackson: Why are Rush, Sean, Laura, and Ann Crying About McCain? - Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and Ann Coulter and many others in the conservative media have been attacking Senator McCain relentlessly, assailing him as a liberal and referring to him as "Juan McCain." Limbaugh has claimed that a McCain (or Huckabee) nomination would "destroy the Republican Party." Frankly, it is unfathomable to me and many others how any honest and responsible person could fail to say exactly that about Willard Mitt Romney -- if they've done the homework assignment Now that Romney has "suspended" his campaign and McCain looks like the inevitable nominee, many of the conservative elites continue to cavil and lambaste McCain. (READ MORE)

David Strom: Why Are Americans Giving Up Their Freedom? - Are Americans tiring of individual liberty? It sure seems so. How else can you explain the proliferation of laws that regulate the most mundane aspects of our lives, and the mostly passive reaction of Americans to the ever increasing micromanagement of our lives? Liberty has always been a tougher sell than many of us assume. We all want the freedom to do as we like, but few of us are as committed to allowing others to act contrary to our notion of right and wrong. Majorities have always sought and often found ways to impose their views upon minorities. The most vocal minorities have often been successful in imposing their will on the majority, at least for a time. (READ MORE)

Frank J. Gaffney, Jr.: 'John Doe' Telecoms - We interrupt this congressional recess to bring you an announcement: While the House of Representatives is vacationing this week, terrorists are probably communicating about plots to kill Americans without fear that their plans will be intercepted by U.S. intelligence. If one or more of those mortal plots are, as a result, successfully executed, we won’t need an independent 9/11-style commission to assign blame. The buck will stop squarely at the desk of Speaker Nancy Pelosi who refused to allow a vote on a permanent renewal of the Protect America Act (PAA). That legislation provides, in effect, authority for the Commander-in-Chief to monitor our adversaries’ battlefield communications... (READ MORE)

Betsy McCaughey: Health Questions for the Candidates - On March 4, voters in the Texas Democratic primary will choose between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. The battle is shaping up to be a health-care Alamo. Twenty five percent of people living in the Lone Star state are uninsured, according to the U.S. Census. That's the highest rate of any state. Sen. Clinton has issued the challenge, telling Sen. Obama "I'll see you in Texas." She promises to provide health coverage for "every single one of the nation's 47 million uninsured," (READ MORE)

Martin Feldstein: Our Economic Dilemma - Although it is too soon to tell whether the United States has entered a recession, there is mounting evidence that a recession has in fact begun. Key measures of economic activity stopped growing in December and January or actually began to decline. The collapse of house prices and the crisis in the credit markets continue to depress the real economy. The sharp reduction in the federal funds interest rate and the new fiscal stimulus package may, of course, be enough to avert a downturn. (READ MORE)

Husain Haqqani: Beyond Musharraf - Pakistan has never voted a military ruler out of office. That could change following Monday's parliamentary elections. Though President Pervez Musharraf was not on the ballot, the election was about his fate. The people voted overwhelmingly against Mr. Musharraf. Even though the election was held under rules that favored his political allies, almost every candidate who served in his government lost. So did all major leaders of the Kings Party that Mr. Musharraf cobbled together with the help of his security services soon after taking power in a 1999 military coup. The Islamists, who Mr. Musharraf used as bogeymen to garner Western support, were trounced. This is good news for everyone worried about an Islamist takeover of the world's only nuclear-armed, Muslim-majority nation. (READ MORE)

Lorin Maazel: Why We'll Play Pyongyang - Last fall the New York Philharmonic accepted an invitation from the North Korean government to add a concert to our tour of Asia, currently underway. Our plans were met with excitement, shock and, in some quarters, dismay. But the overture from Pyongyang should not have come as a surprise. The winds of change have been blowing through the split halves of the Korean peninsula. Lee Myung-bak, President-elect of South Korea, has laid out an economic program for establishing closer ties with the North, marking a departure from his prior platform. (READ MORE)

Chesler Chronicles: Kabul Today: No Trees, No Paved Roads, No Electricity, No Women in Sight--Only Drugs, Guns, and Maoist Government Officials! - I lived in Kabul nearly fifty years ago. It was enchanting and dangerous. I lived on a wide and gracious street lined with trees. We had electricity, phones, hot and cold running water, and marble bathrooms. There was a movie theatre and an American-style cafeteria restaurant. Bazaars flourished, mosques shimmered, a thousand (all male) tea-houses thrived. Barefoot boys scurried bearing tea for businessmen all day long. It is gone, all gone--mainly due to the Arab jihadis, (bin Laden's boys), the Soviets, and the native reactionary Islamists. They all bear enormous responsibility for this tragedy as do all the Arab and Muslim regimes who failed to stop bin Laden and who instead spent all their time and resources scapegoating Israel. (READ MORE)

Bill Roggio: Musharraf, pro-Taliban party routed in Pakistan's election - Pakistan has successfully held elections for the National Assembly and provincial governments, and President Pervez Musharraf and the pro-Taliban Muttahida Majlis-e-Amil, or MMA, have encountered major setbacks. Musharraf has lost his governing coalition, while the MMA lost most of its seats in the National Assembly as well as control of the Northwest Frontier Province. The Pakistan People's Party has won the majority of seats and will form the government, while the Pakistani Muslim League-Nawaz finished a close second. The Awami National Party also won a surprising victory. (READ MORE)

The Midnight Sun: Ezra Gets Even - Ezra Levant who published the Muslim cartoons in his newspaper in Canada and who was dragged across the coals after Muslim lobby groups complained to the government watchdog for such matters, Alberta Human Rights Commission has lost a lot. Defending himself has cost him $100,000.00 and he has lost his magazine Western Standard. But due to his foresight to publish the interviews on YouTube, he has had some measure of sweet revenge. Due to the publicity generated from this, one of the complainants has withdrawn his complaint. And the interviewer who interviewed him has resigned: (READ MORE)

Jay Tea: Confessions Of A Chickenhawk - Over at Rob Port's "Say Anything," he discovered that there are still a group of blithering idiots who are still pushing the "chickenhawk" non-argument. I've said it before, but it bears repeating: The crux of the "chickenhawk" argument is a fundamental dishonesty. It it an attempt to change the subject from the topic under debate to the personal qualifications of one of the arguers. It is an attempt to not refute the arguments, but silence the arguer. And those who push it are tacitly admitting that they cannot win the argument on the strengths of their own arguments. Well, I've been thinking about it some more, and I have a few things I'd like to get off my chest. (READ MORE)

Cassy Fiano: We hate Obama because he's inspirational! - Over at the Huffington Post, some whining is taking place. Nothing too out of the ordinary, of course, but this particular whining stuck out to me. Blogger Robert Creamer is crying that Obama is being vilified for being -- sob! -- inspirational! “It's one thing for supporters of Hillary Clinton to make the case that her experience in Washington politics would make her a better president than Barack Obama. But it's quite another to actually vilify Obama's ability to inspire as a ‘cult of the personality’ or ‘nothing but words.’ It is particularly disturbing when serious progressive writers who should know better repeat this attack on Obama's inspirational abilities. It demonstrates a failure to grasp the principal lesson of the last thirty years of American politics.” This guy obviously hit the nail right on the head. The entire political establishment is vilifying Obama because he's just so gosh darn inspirational! (READ MORE)

Ron Winter: National Geographic Vietnam Special; Not Nearly As Good as It Could Have Been - National Geographic's just released special on Vietnam nearly had me convinced for the first two segments that someone finally was going to get it right on that war and do justice to those of us who served there. The key word is "nearly." However, in its segment on the aftermath of the Tet Offensive, the series went off on a historically inaccurate tangent and once again, a crucial factor in that war, the massive losses sustained by the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) in 1968 and 1969, that pushed them to the brink of surrender, went unreported. (READ MORE)

Mark Steyn @ Macleans: So what would it take to alarm you? - Sharia in Britain? Taxpayer-subsidized polygamy in T.O.? Yawn. Nothing to see here. Since Maclean's got into a spot of bother with Canada's "human rights" pseudo-courts, I've been pleasantly surprised by the number of our media confreres who don't think it should be a "crime" for magazines to publish excerpts from books by yours truly. Nevertheless, in defending free speech in general, they usually feel obliged to deplore my exercise of it in particular: Okay, enough already. I get the picture: alarmist, alarmist, alarmist. My book's thesis — that most of the Western world is on course to become at least semi-Islamic in its political and cultural disposition within a very short time — is "alarmist." (READ MORE)

The Sundries Shack: CNN Tells Anchors Be Nice to Fidel - If you’re CNN, it just wouldn’t do to give the straight dope about the thousands upon thousands of people Fidel Castro has killed in his lifetime or the hundreds of people he’s throw in prison for nothing more than speaking their minds. Oh, heck no. They have to make sure that their anchors sanitize their speech with weaselly equivocations like telling us that some idiots consider him a brave and noble soul. I’m sure that every monster has had more than his share of useful idiots and people who are more than happy with them putting people against the wall they don’t particularly like. (READ MORE)

Stop the ACLU: When the Magic Fades - The afflicted had already been through the phases of Obama-mania - fainting at rallies, weeping over their touch screens while watching Obama videos, spending hours making folk crafts featuring Michelle Obama's face. These patients had experienced intense surges of hope-amine, the brain chemical that fuels euphoric sensations of historic change and personal salvation. But they found that as the weeks went on, they needed more and purer hope-injections just to preserve the rush. They wound up craving more hope than even the Hope Pope could provide, and they began experiencing brooding moments of suboptimal hopefulness. Anxious posts began to appear on the Yes We Can! Facebook pages. A sense of ennui began to creep through the nation's Ian McEwan-centered book clubs. Up until now The Chosen One's speeches had seemed to them less like stretches of words and more like soul sensations that transcended time and space. (READ MORE)

Some Soldier's Mom: Fair Enough - He was in his early 20’s with dark hair and eyes. He had a slim build – not scrawny, but thin and well-muscled. What some would call well-proportioned. He sat in the stiff backed chair in a small waiting area at the Veterans’ Medical Center awaiting his appointment with the physician who would give him a thorough examination and evaluate the injuries he had received the prior year in Iraq. The waiting room wasn’t so much a room as it was a few chairs and a television carved out of a hallway between two wings of the building. The floor was clean but the grey linoleum was worn. A small television perpetually tuned to CNN played softly on a swivel shelf near the corner. Even if his hearing had not been so deteriorated from multiple IEDs and he could make out the words, he was far too anxious to follow what the talking head was saying. He fidgeted and scanned the room… (READ MORE)

ROFASix: No Food For Fat People Law - Once, when Rush Limbaugh suggested that obese people would one day sue fast food restaurants for "causing" their obesity, I laughed at the "joke." It turned later that is exactly what happened. When the city council of a nearby town decided they would order restaurant and bar owners to not allow smoking, I snickered. I knew that in America property rights would prevail. I was wrong that time too. So now that two Mississippi legislators have introduced a bill in their state legislature that makes it illegal for restaurants to serve "fat people," I am not going to discount it as a joke. Nor will the restaurants (with over 5 seats), because if they violate the "Feed No Fat People" law they will lose their license to do business. (READ MORE)

Right Truth: Obamaminia, many asking 'where's the beef?' - More important than what Michelle Obama says, or whether Obama used someone else's words, or the fact that Obama would never pick Clinton as his running mate, or even Clinton trying to nab Obama's delegates ... What really matters is that Obama who is as transparent as air, could be President of the United States. I listened to his speech tonight in Texas after winning Wisconsin and the only plans I heard were a promise for no more toys with lead paint and no taxes for senior citizens. Did I miss something? Instapundit, Krugman (NYT), Kevin Drum (Washington Monthly), Talk Left, and others are beginning to talk about the Obama bubble beginning to burst. There are going to be a lot of embarrassed disciples when they realize the truth about him. (READ MORE)

John Hawkins: Wait A Second, I Thought All That Ice Was Gone For Good? - Have you ever noticed that global warming alarmists relentlessly hype anything that they think proves their case, but then they immediately go quiet when enormous holes are blown in the key pieces of evidence that they've been using? Isn't that a pretty good indication that they're more interested in pushing political propaganda than science? For example, how many times have you heard global warming fanatics point to the "melting ice caps" and hysterically shriek something like, "The polar bears are all drowning to death, man! Know why? Because the ice caps have almost melted! The water from all that ice is going to swamp the coasts, New York is going to be under 50 ft. of water, and we're all going to die...and wow, this is some good acid, man! I can hear my hand talking to me about penguins!" Well, there's one problem with that bit of global warming propaganda: (READ MORE)

John Hinderaker: Raul Unbound? - Some time in the early 1980s, a friend of mine went to Florida for spring training with the Minnesota Twins. She met an elderly couple, Cuban emigres, who told her that they had saved a bottle of champagne to be consumed when one of two things happened: the Twins won the World Series, or the Tyrant died. We felt sorry for them, as it seemed unlikely that they would live long enough to witness either event. I thought of that couple when the Twins, to everyone's surprise, won the Series in 1987. It's a good thing the Twins came through for them, because twenty years later, the Tyrant is still hanging on. Castro resigned as Cuba's President today, leading to this rather pathetic AP headline: Cubans Hope Raul Castro Brings Reform: (READ MORE)

Dr. Sanity: Beyond Parody - Michelle Obama--educated at a high-class Ivy league school and then Harvard for law school--finally has found something to be proud of in America. The Democrats show to the world the blatant racism, sexism and underlies their multiculti ideology of victimhood; they hold up their perverted obsession with both race and sex as some sort of dystopian ideal-- and Michelle Obama is proud? This is the kind of America that Obama can be proud of? This is the sort of America that we should hope for? The kind where everything is determined by identity politics and the only thing that really matters is race and gender? The kind where the content of one's character is always trumped by the color of one's skin or the absence of a "Y" chromosome? Excuse me while I vomit. (READ MORE)

Don Surber: Plame fallout - The press set the precedent with Judy Miller; WVU professor Toni Locy should disclose her sources. A judge wants Locy, a former reporter for USA Today (as well as AP), to reveal the sources for a 2001 story — or face jail. The precedent was set in Plamegate. In its zeal to get the Bush administration, the lefties of the American press demanded that whoever leaked Valerie Plame’s identity to columnist Bob Novak be burned at the stake. It marked the first time the press abandoned its claim that the First Amendment provided a shield for its sources — as if reporters were priests hearing confessions or lawyers working with their clients. (READ MORE)

Breath of the Beast: Obama's Campaign and The Real Meaning of The Che Guevara Flag - Some of the things you learn about the people who attach themselves to political campaigns are more revealing and interesting than the candidates, what they say and how the media covers them. Last week's Che Guevara flag eruption was a case in point. Usually, I don’t have the time and energy but I got involved in a comment trail about it on a post at Solomonia a few days ago. When I do get sucked into these things its always because something grabs my attention about one of the responders and I sense that I might learn something about some larger issue. (READ MORE)

Democracy Project: Hillary Shows Why Michelle Obama's Words Count - Michelle Obama's words are important because, like Hillary, a future former-First Lady Obama may decide to seek the highest office in the land. Yet in the hullabaloo arising from Michelle Obama's statement that, "for the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country," this obvious reason for paying attention to her words has received little comment. Hillary is proof that First Ladies, and potential First Ladies, are no longer "simply" supports to their husbands, ambassadors of good will, and domesticators of the White House (not that Hillary succeeded on that score). (READ MORE)

Ed Morrissey: Hope-A-Dope? - Barack Obama has made an incredible run for the presidency against long odds of success. He has almost dismantled the formidable Clinton machine and exposed Hillary Clinton as a surprisingly mediocre politician, doing his party at least two very large favors. Obama has succeeded by promising hope and change, but as Robert Samuelson and Dana Milbank report, that mostly exists as rhetoric: “Whatever one thinks of these ideas, they're standard goody-bag politics: something for everyone. They're so similar to many Clinton proposals that her campaign put out a news release accusing Obama of plagiarizing. With existing budget deficits and the costs of Obama's ‘universal health plan,’ the odds of enacting his full package are slim.” (READ MORE)

Blue Star Chronicles: Sharon Stone Says 4,000 American Soldiers Dead is Nothing Compared to Dead Iraqis - Sharon Stone, the actress best known for flashing Michael Douglas in the movie Basic Instincts, has spoken to middle eastern newspapers about her disdain for American policies and most things American. BTW, she’s pictured here in an outfit, including elaborate fur, that probably cost more than I make in a year. I’m just saying …. America has been pretty good to the old girl. Mz. Stone went to the Dubai International Film Festival in the United Arab Emirates and bad-mouthed the United States to the Arab press. Needless to say, the Arab newspapers have taken her words and run with them, terrorist organizations are applauding her and she’d be real popular there if she’d just put on a burka and keep her legs closed for more than a minute at a time. (READ MORE)

Dafydd: Fair and Balanced - AP Style - I predicted this many years ago, but it still amazes me when a putative news source publishes an article on a controversial issue being pushed by the Left -- and doesn't even trouble to ask a single person on the right to comment. The issue in this case is the Terrorist Surveillance Program, the NSA al-Qaeda intercept program that President Bush began shortly after the 9/11 attacks. The ACLU and various other anti-American activists brought suit against the federal government on the grounds that they were convinced the purpose was really to spy on American dissidents. They won at the district level, but the Sixth Circus tossed them out of court; and today, the Supreme Court denied certiorari: (READ MORE)

A Soldier's Mind: Man Mails Flag To Iraq, After Finding It Lying On Ground - Take a look at the picture above. Doesn’t that just piss you off? I does me! Nothing can raise my blood pressure faster than seeing someone desecrate the symbol of our country, the American flag. I proudly fly the flag in front of my house on a daily basis. When I see a flag that is not given the proper respect, it gets me upset. Most of our Troops, who proudly serve our country and wear that flag daily on their right shoulders, feel the same way. One man in Georgia, when seeing a flag lying in the mud, decided that he was going to take action. I applaud him for his actions. Dan Turner of Conyers, Georgia says that he’s a criminal and he’s darn proud of that fact. The crime that Turner committed, which could be termed as petty theft, occurred over the weekend, when he took a flag that had been lying on the ground in the mud in front of an apartment complex and mailed it to a friend of his, who is currently serving in Iraq with the Georgia National Guard. (READ MORE)

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