Sergeant Brent Willoughby U.S.M.C.

REMEMBERING 9/11: A JARHEAD'S PERSPECTIVE 21 YEARS LATER LIVING IN CLAY COUNTY, KENTUCKY

OP-ED by Brent Willoughby

CLAY COUNTY, KY - There are world events that have taken place that will always be remembered by those who were living at the time of those events.  Pearl Harbor. The Bay of Pigs.  The Gulf of Tonkin.  The assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, his brother former Attorney General Robert (Bobby) Kennedy, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Each generation has had to deal with something that is considered life altering and people never forget where they were or what they were doing when those events took place.  These stories are passed down from one generation to the next and are ingrained into our very beings of existence.  My generation's most life altering such event transpired on September the 11th, 2001.

Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

Op-Ed: Here’s How the Climate Cultists Pressed Senator Manchin to Pass the Inflation Reduction Act

Opinion-Editorial by Melissa Martin, Ph.D. 

The left-winged radicals of the pressure campaign (aka, Joe Biden’s bullies) prodded and poked West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin until he caved and approved their climate crisis hoax demands – The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. 

In a recent commentary piece for the Western Journal, Matthew Holloway outlined an article from Bloomberg and gave play-by-play details of the hammering of an elected official by a frenzied mob obsessed with misusing power.

YES OR NO QUESTION: LOCAL, STATE, NATIONAL - IS "THE" SYSTEM BROKEN?

Constitution 350 H U.S. Constitutional preamble (we the people) and U.S. flag

OP-ED by Brent Willoughby

The recent FBI raid of former President Trump's home has set off a firestorm of partisan attacks and counterattacks.  Who's to blame? How could this happen? Was it justified?  Depending on which side of the political aisle you identify with, you probably have started to form your own opinions. 

Everyone has their own favorite news source and oftentimes they do not question the media coverage that they subscribe to.  Very few people will try to gather information that does not correspond with their own personal ideologies and that allows for unfair and unbalanced coverage to flourish on both sides. 

OP-ED: KENTUCKIANS MUST REFUSE A MONKEYPOX LOCKDOWN!

Big Four Bridge Louisville during Covid 650

The Big Four Bridge crossing the Ohio River between Louisville and Jeffersonville had few pedestrians during pandemic lockdown

Opinion Editorial by Melissa Martin, Ph.D.

On August 4, the Biden administration declared the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency in the U.S.

Will Dr. Anthony Fauci use monkeypox as an excuse to lockdown America again?

Will Gov. Andy Beshear mandate another lockdown in Kentucky?

"Bad Ass" discovered in SE KY

Op-Ed: A Volunteered Response to Intentional Ignorance

Opinion Editorial by Brent Willoughby

The English language has been described as one of the most difficult languages to learn or understand as a second language. Even people who grew up with it as their first and only language still have difficulty with it. That is because most words have multiple meanings and connotations and this can create confusion.

Different regions speak different dialects and as a result people from outside a particular region may have trouble communicating with the people of that region. Then on top of all that individuals who specialize in a particular trade craft begin to use jargon specific to their craft.

I know it can be confusing.

 

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