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Venezuela Banned Private Gun Ownership Less Than A Decade Ago | The Daily Caller

Venezuela banned private citizens from owning guns seven years ago, leaving firearms solely in the hands of the army and the police. Now, as the country’s opposition attempts to oust the oppressive Maduro regime from power, it is a decision some have come to regret. Interim President Juan Guaido called for a military uprising, dubbed Operacion Libertad, against socialist dictator…

GOP Congressman by day, National Guard pilot at night: Kinzinger says he ‘loves’ border deployment | Fox News

At a time when most people are wrapping up their day, Illinois Congressman Adam Kinzinger is headed to work. He is not going to the office in Washington D.C., but out past a hangar toward a plane, an RC-26 surveillance aircraft. It’s the plane Kinzinger will fly for the next five hours (one of its primary advantages — being able…

After Fake News Reports, Media Now Claim Trump’s Christmas Visit to U.S. Troops Was Obvious | Breitbart

On Wednesday morning, media outlets were running the story that President Donald Trump had failed to visit U.S. troops at Christmastime. By Wednesday afternoon, the media claimed Trump had made his visit to a war zone obvious in advance. In between, media outlets that had earlier trumpeted Trump’s supposed non-visit to the troops were spinning the news that he had,…

Pentagon F-35 vs A-10 Close Air Support Evaluation Hits Next Phase – Warrior Maven

  The Pentagon-led F-35 vs. A-10 Close Air Support assessment is nearing its next phase of evaluation, following an initial “first wave” of tests in July of this year — designed to test which of the two aircraft might be best suited to confront heavy enemy fire when performing high-risk CAS missions. “Mission performance is under evaluation,” Vice Adm. Mat…

Afghan And Iraqi Interpreters Risk Death, Wait Years For Legal US Visas While Migrant Caravan Demands Immediate Entrance

Over 60,000 Afghan and Iraqi interpreters risked death to serve U.S. forces, but still wait amid lethal danger for the American visas they’ve earned — all while migrants caravaning along California’s border demand immediate entrance based merely on their desire for jobs. Afghan and Iraqi men who aid U.S. military forces as soldiers and translators do so at the risk…