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Today’s TWO Politically INCORRECT Cartoons by A.F. Branco


A.F. Branco – A Hole in Our Heart

There’s a huge hole in heart as we still remember 9-11-2001 in 2019. We will never forget.
Hole Hearted 9-11Political cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2019

A.F. Branco Cartoon – Jet Setter

Pete Buttigieg flies around in his private jet while telling you to stop driving your SUVs.
Pete Buttigieg Private JetPolitical cartoon by A.F. Branco ©2019.
More A.F. Branco cartoons at FlagAnd Cross.com here.

An adult children’s Book for all ages APOCALI NOW! brilliantly lampoons the left. ODER >  HERE

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Two Offerings from A.F. Branco in Honor of Memorial Day 2018


Honoring Their Memory

This weekend we remember those who gave all. Drawing by A.F. Branco ©2018 – revised from 2016.


Memorial Day 2018

 

 

Heroic Southwest pilot studied in Olathe, among 1st female fighter pilots in the Navy


Tammie Jo Shults is seen here in the early '90s, during her days as a fighter pilot with the Navy. Shults served for about 10 years.

Tammie Jo Shults is seen here in the early ’90s, during her days as a fighter pilot with the Navy. Shults served for about 10 years. Courtesy Linda Maloney

April 17, 2018 08:10 PM | Updated April 18, 2018 06:57 PM

URL of the original posting site: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article209178274.html

Tammie Jo Shults, MidAmerican Nazarene University Alum, Touted As Hero

Tammie Jo and Dean Shults

Student & Alumni Stories | Tammie Jo and Dean Shults. Photo credit: Kevin Garber, MidAmerica Nazarene University

MNU Alumnae Capt. Tammie Jo Shults, pilot for SWA 1380, is being credited as a hero. Tammie Jo, a 1983 graduate, safely landed the passenger plane after engine failure. Prior to joining Southwest, Tammie Jo was one of the first female fighter pilots in the U.S. Navy. For more information read the KC Star article at: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article209178274.html.

Some Memes Worth Keeping


From My Email Inbox


THE WONDERFUL SILENT MAJORITY OF VETERANS WITH FULL SACRIFICE, INTENT, AND PURPOSE REVEALED. AND, WITHOUT THE MEDIA EXPOSURE THEY SO WELL DESERVE AND HAVE NOT RECEIVED.    

You’ll never see this picture on the front of Time Magazine, or any

other magazine for that matter.

Neither will you see it going viral in FaceBook or sent and re-sent through the Internet — and yet, it should be … Photo of the year!

We see lots of pictures of wounded male veterans, but women vets get wounded and maimed too.  You may need to take a second, closer look though.  The first thing I saw was a bunch of beautiful smiles.

Study this picture again.  Let the story it tells sink in. These women and many others, as well as their male comrades, paid this price for our freedom.  And, they did it for less than what welfare recipients are paid.

There is more patriotism and class in those 11 ladies than the majority of members of Congress and all other occupants off the seats of government agencies, combined!!!

And a HELL of a lot more than those over-paid athletes who choose to “take a knee” when the National Anthem is played!!!  

These ladies risked injuries and many who are not in the picture died for America.

GOD BLESS ALL OF THEM !!! Let’s see if this goes viral.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ALL MARINES


Vn

 

Surrender Was Not An Option
http://www.capveterans.com/

These 17 Companies Are Putting Patriotism Before Profit by Honoring Veterans on Veterans Day


Reported By Randy DeSoto | November 8, 2017 at 1:47pm

URL of the original posting site: https://www.westernjournalism.com/17-companies-putting-patriotism-profit-honoring-veterans-veterans-day/?

In recognition of Veterans Day, multiple companies are partnering with organizations that help and honor those who served in the nation’s armed forces. Joe Davis, a spokesman for Veterans of Foreign Wars, commended these corporations for going the extra mile for America’s veterans.

“The companies who take care of veterans, service members and our families do so to thank us for our service,” he told The Western Journal. “We should thank them in return by patronizing their services or products.”

Some of the more prominent companies compiled in a list by MilitaryBenefits.info are below.

Dunkin’ Donuts is donating $10,000 to Homes For Our Troops and will provide a year’s worth of Dunkin’ Donuts K-Cup pods along with a new Keurig coffeemaker to up to 100 veterans who have been or will be provided new specially adapted homes by the organization. Home For Our Troops’ mission is “to build and donate specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives.”

Cracker Barrel will donate 20 percent of its proceeds from online and in-store purchases of its Lodge cookware between Oct. 30 and Nov. 11 to Operation Homefront. The funds raised will be donated in the form of gift cards to help provide holiday meals to military families across the country.

eBay for Charity and Home For Our Troops are holding a special online auction featuring celebrity autographed items, as well as tickets and back stage passes to various events. The auction ends Nov. 14. Among the 70 items people can bid on are a “Thor” movie poster autographed by Chris Hemsworth, a “Gardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” movie poster signed by the entire cast, a Fonz T-shirt autographed by Henry Winkler, Doc Marten sneakers signed by Whoopi Goldberg, a Dallas Mavericks jersey autographed by Dirk Nowitski, and a “Hamilton” play poster signed by the entire cast.

iHOP will be donating $1 from every purchase of a Red, White & Blue combo from Nov. 1-30 to support the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation. The organization provides college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in military service.

The New York Stock Exchange will give 100 percent of its trading proceeds on Veterans Day to Headstrong, which is an organization that provides mental health services to veterans. Headstrong explains on its website: “As veterans ourselves, we know how tough it can be to overcome the hidden wounds of war. We’ve lost friends, made the same choices, and walked the same ground. That’s why we built Headstrong – because we know that if you have the courage to get help, and you get the right help, you can overcome the hidden wounds of war.” According to a report released by the Department of Veterans Affairs last year, approximately 20 veterans take their own lives each day.

At Outback Steakhouse, from Nov. 8 through January 2, 2018, customers can add $1 to their check to be directly donated to Operation Homefront and every donation of $5 or more will be used to purchase Outback gift cards that will be shared with military families. Further, for every purchase of a Foster’s Lager Big Bloke, MillerCoors will donate $1 to Operation Homefront. The organization helps military families going through difficult financial circumstances and does other outreaches to support the military community throughout the year.

Pet Supplies Plus will match every “like” and “share” of a Facebook post with a $1 donation, up to $5,000, to Patriot PAWS Service Dogs. The group provides service dogs to disabled veterans.

Regal Cinemas will donate $1 for every large popcorn purchased on November 11 to the Gary Sinise Foundation.

Baskin Robbins will donate 11 cents from every ice cream scoop sold on Veterans Day to the United Service Organizations.

Lone Star Steakhouse will give 10 percent of its proceeds on Veterans Day to the Snowball Express. The Snowball Express’ mission is, “Providing hope and new happy memories to the children of military fallen heroes who have died while on active duty since 9/11. In December each year we bring children together from all over the world for a four-day experience filled with fun activities, like sporting events, dances, amusement parks and more.” The purpose is to create “opportunities for joy, friendship, and communal healing, by connecting these families to one another.”

Hair Cuttery, as part of its Share-a-Haircut Program, will donate a free haircut gift certificate to local veterans organizations for every haircut purchased on Veterans Day.

Sports Clips, from Oct. 16 to Nov. 11, will donate $1 for every hair cut to the VFW’s “Sport Clips Help a Hero” program, which provides scholarships to veterans.

O’Charley’s restaurant will donate $0.25 for every 22 oz. beer sold through Veterans Day Weekend to the Folded Flag Foundation. The organization supplements the death benefits and provides scholarships to dependents of service members killed in combat.

Abuelo’s Mexican restaurant, from Nov. 9 to Nov. 12, will donate $1 for every Chile con Queso appetizer sold to support Home For Our Troops.

Pilot Flying J is donating a portion of its proceeds, up to $25,000, for the sale of 20 to 24 ounce PhilMor travel coffee refills on Veterans Day to Wreaths Across America. Each December, the organization coordinates wreath laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as over 1,200 additional locations in all 50 states and overseas on National Wreaths Across America Day.

Waffle House will send a coupon for a free waffle for donations made between Sept. 11 and Nov. 11 to the Waffle House Mission: ABLE, which supports the Paralyzed Veterans of America. Waffle House will match donations dollar-for-dollar up to $10,000.

Christmas Decor will donate their products and services to decorate the homes of military families. The company explains on its website: “With more than 300,000 American soldiers deployed overseas this holiday season, families across the nation are facing the challenge of preparing for the holidays without their loved ones. Christmas Decor has stepped in to light up the homes of the families of these brave men and women.”

In addition to supporting veterans organizations, many restaurants and other companies will be honoring those who served with free meals and other discounts and giveaways on and around Veterans Day. USA Today compiled a list.

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