Friday, September 10, 2021
It’s important to go through this slowly, deliberately. (long)
In the United States vs Throckmorton, it was found that even after twenty years, after the original claimant was dead and the land had transferred to other owners, that a document, the last item required to perfect the original claim of title from a previous land grant issued by Mexico, was suspect. The document, the only unsatisfied requirement of the claim, was eventually determined to be fraudulent. That fraud, meant that the claim was vacated, undoing possession of the land that had been occupied since before California was a territory of the United States.
While this is a cursory explanation of the case, the vital point to be made is that Justice Miller, recognizing the extraordinary hardship it would place on those who had, as far as they knew, done everything legally in purchasing the land in dispute, could not, at least through that deed, possess the land. Fraud vitiates everything.
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‘That’s Correct’ — White House Confirms Joe Biden Hypocrisy on Unvaccinated People Crossing Southern Border
The White House confirmed Friday that President Joe Biden would continue allowing unvaccinated people to cross the border — even while demanding private employers to require vaccines for their workers.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki spoke about the hypocritical rules during an exchange in the daily briefing with Fox News reporter Peter Doocy.
“But it’s a requirement for people at a business with more than a hundred people, and it’s not a requirement for migrants at the southern border,” Doocy noted. “Why?”
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Social media giant Facebook has reportedly partnered with sunglasses manufacturer Ray-Ban to create sunglasses that can secretly record people. The product is the latest in a long line of Facebook innovations that invade the privacy of Americans.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Facebook has partnered with Ray-Ban to create a new way to creepily invade people’s privacy — a pair of sunglasses equipped with cameras to record everyone around the wearer. The covert recording frames come in a number of styles and cost $299.
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COVID: 'Will Fight Them To The Gates Of Hell’ - ‘I Will Not Comply’ - ‘We Will Fight’ - ‘Are You People Trying To Start A Full On Revolt?’ - We’re Prepared’ To End Biden’s ‘Unconstitutional Bullsh*t’ -‘If There Was Ever A Case For 25th Amendment’ -
Governors Immediately Push Back On ‘Unconstitutional’ Biden Plan: ‘Will Fight Them To The Gates Of Hell’
John Lucas is a practicing attorney in Tennessee who has successfully argued before the U. S. Supreme Court. Before entering law school at the University of Texas, he served in the Army Special Forces as an enlisted man and then graduated from the U. S. Military Academy at West Point in 1969. He is an Army Ranger and fought in Vietnam as an infantry platoon leader. He is married with four children.
There is no greater danger to the country than this effort to politicize the military by ensuring that all officers hew to the political party line of this administration.
President Joe Biden and his administration are continuing to purge and politicize the American military. Consistent with the totalitarian left’s effort to control curricula down to the grade-school level, their latest effort targets the education of America’s future military leaders at the service academies: The U. S. Military Academy at West Point, the Naval Academy at Annapolis, and the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
This is not happening by accident. And there is no greater danger to the country than this effort to politicize the military by ensuring that all officers hew to the political party line of this administration.
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JWMJR "Think about this and tell me I'm wrong. Imagine the democrats frustration that some Patriots haven't snapped and started blowing away some petty judges or school board members and giving them the excuse they so desperately want to fully deploy the military against any Americans who dare speak out against them under the rubric of "hate speech."
Either We Stand Now and FIGHT! Or We suffer a fate worse than any people throughout the History of man have ever seen.
I have no more words. Everything I have written, Every word I have Ever published, I have meant Everything.
I guess it depends on how things go with this war, whether or not I come back to share anymore of my thoughts.
I’ll be watching.
War Is Here!
A New Declaration of Independence
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Excellent, professional description of what transpired at link.
The only information I can find about this picture is that it was from the 282nd Assault Helicopter Company PS: Just found the unit's site and the picture but no more information unfortunately. There are ARVN in the pictures so the subjects might have been them or US. 282nd Assault Helicopter Company
Arterial spray from a high speed projectile hitting someone on the skid. You can see the outline of the door gunner and the passenger in the blood. There is also blood UNDER the seat indicating it (the blood spray) came from out side. The blood stripes on the post and seat back are from severed Arteries. Bullet holes in the coke cans and ammo box indicate an AK type weapon. Blood spray shows very high retained bullet velocity. Poor guy probably never knew he was hit. With that kind of blood loss he would have died at once or gone into hypovolemic shock within moments even If the round hadn't taken his head off. (like a .50 would have.) Sad day for that boys mother. I hope they brought him home. --Ray
1,000's of photos here and took many hours to peruse.
Indigenous Montagnard Kit Carson scout with crossbow, very invaluable due to their knowledge of the terrain & fearlessness of Vietcong.
25 May 1967 Pleiku, South Vietnam:An unidentified soldier breaks down under the stress of combat and is comforted by a comrade following recent battle 55 miles west of Pleiku. Troops of the US 4th Infantry Division engaged a force of North Vietnam regulars near the Cambodian border.
U.S. Marine Larry Hilton with a custom 40-round M14 magazine, Vietnam.
Mass Graves in Hue, 1969. Unidentified bodies of the victims of a Vietcong massacre of civilians during the Tet offensive, February 1968, about to be reburied in wooden coffins.
13 Mar 1968, Quang Tri Exhausted GIs Rest in Front of a Ruin
A young South Vietnamese soldier carries a fatally wounded fellow soldier after street fighting in the central market of the Cholon Chinese section of Saigon, . Viet Cong infiltrators on the western edge of the capital penetrated more than a mile into the city, triggering a battle that sent thousands of civilians fleeing in panic.
One GI weeps over the body bag that holds his slain buddy. Others run down the trail to seek snipers who fired on their patrol
Rocket killed a truck load of MP's opening day of Tet. Bodies recovered by unidentified APC crew & tank crew. Unit: Unknown Location: Near Tan Son Nhut, Saigon.
11 May 1967, Khe Sanh, Vietnam A wounded United States Marine is held in the arms of soldiers while awaiting medical attention during fighting of the Vietnam War on Hill 881 on May 11, 1967.
A French soldier and Vietminh guerrilla who killed each other in hand-to-hand combat. Vietnam, 6 Nov 1950.
Alexis François Borella, also known under the nom de guerre Dominique Borella.Born in 1937, he joined the French military before being of legal age and served in Indochina.
He then fought with the Foreign Legion in Algeria and, after the putsch of 1961, became a member of the far-right, anti independence group, OAS.
Mercenary in Biafra in the late 1960′s, he then joined the Royal Khmer Armed Forces in 1974 where he became an officer in the 1st Cambodian Parachutist Brigade.A few months after fighting with his unit in the last battle against the communist troops in 1975, he joined the Lebanese Phalanges.
He was killed on the 29th of September 1975 in Beyrouth.
02 May 1972, Quang Tri, South Vietnam. Out of the War. Quang Tri, South Vietnam: South Vietnamese soldier carries young victim of war after a truck in which the youngster was riding struck a mine four mile south of Quang Tri recently.
Bodies of US paratroopers lie near a command post during the battle of An Ninh, 18 September 1965. The paratroopers, of the 1st Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, were hit by heavy fire from guerrillas that began as soon as the first elements of the unit landed. The dead and wounded were later evacuated to An Khe, where the 101st was based. The battle was one of the first of the war between major units of US forces and the Vietcong
8/29/1967 An Loa Valley, South Vietnam- After an air assault and helicopter gas attack, members of the U.S. Army's 1st cavalry entered An Loa Valley on foot. Here, they round up young prisoners taken from bunkers.
Ten Viet Cong bodies lie in the street in Cholon where they were dragged by ARVN Rangers. 6 June 1968
Like the one I had to leave in '75. There was no description but I'm virtually sure it was across the street from the American Embassy, Saigon when the sappers burst through the wall in Tet '68.
Aftermath, Tet Offensive, Charles A. Ekberg, 1968
Battle of Hue, Tet Offensive, 1968. Feb 15, 16 or 17, 1968, Hue city - Unidentified, Courtyard Rocket Attack, radio operator KIA, Corpsman went for help. Fire team accompanied by Priest rescued elements of Bravo, 1/5th Marines.
A Vietnamese woman and her two children, all terrified and in tears, seek refuge against a wall. Saigon (Vietnam), 1968.
Huế 1968-69.Weeping Women -- Two grieving women walk through a school yard where clothing of 250 victims found in a mass grave near Hue were spread for identification
Remnants of the 275th Viet Cong Main Force Regiment after engaging the 4-12th Infantry in Ho Nai Village. 1968
Lieutenant-Colonel Hal Moore and Sergeant-Major Basil Plumley, photographed upon their return from the Ia Drang Valley, 1965. LTC Moore wore his Korean War-era HBT fatigues, while SGM Plumley wore first-pattern jungle fatigues.
Survivors covering the bodies of some of the 114 villagers in Dak Son killed by the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese troops in December 1967.
Navy Corpsman, "Doc", Compresses the chest of a Marine who was shot during a battle.
July 26, 1968. Two 1st Cavalry Division LRRP teams, Quang Tri, Vietnam.
Battle of Khe Sanh, 1968. Close-up of a marine from the US occupying force at the Khe Sanh base, on the border with North Vietnam.
A famous picture. A South Vietnamese Marine carries the dead body of a brother killed on Route 1, about seven miles south of Quang Tri Sunday, April 30, 1972. Marines were fighting to reopen the road in order to break the North Vietnamese siege of the provincial capital.
During an ambush by the VC, an officer shouts orders as a wounded American soldier awaits evacuation near Saigon during the Vietnam War, 1969f
ROK Soldiers. Unit of Korean soldiers stationed near Qui Nhon. The Koreans were fantastic fighters mostly because they didn't have to worry about any rules. When they fought the enemy anything and anyone (men, women, children) who got in the way were wiped out. This scorched earth policy got rid of your enemy quickly and without anyone to complain later.
The child soldier is fighting for Khmer Republic - and prisoner is a member of the Khmer Rouge . Angkor Chey. Cambodia 1973
March, 30, 1966, near thede foot of the Chu Pong Massif, Ia Drang Valley
A South Vietnamese Ranger smokes on the march, carrying an M1919 .30 caliber machine gun over one shoulder. 1973.
January 01, 1965. January 1965, Tay Ninh, South Vietnam, The bodies of dead Viet Cong insurgents killed in a government ambush litter the roadside
Looks like someone got hit bad on the seat. Interior of a helicopter used during the Vietnam War.
February 1968, Hue city. An ARVN M41 Bulldog tank supports ground troops from an ARVN Rangers unit during the house-to-house battle for Hue city.
A Viet Cong prisoner sits next to corpses of 11 of his slain fellow guerrillas after a street fight in Saigon-Cholon on February 11, 1968. In the background are Vietnamese Marines that defeated a Viet Cong platoon holed up in the residential area. The prisoner was later taken out for interrogation.
23 Nov 1967, Dak To, South Vietnam. Soldiers of the American 173rd Airborne Brigade pass the bodies of their brothers killed during the fighting at Dak To, Vietnam. Allied forces captured a North Vietnamese fortress at Hill 875 during the fighting.
Victoire de Jolivet, French Indochina, 1939.
In 1899, de Jolivet family arrived in French Indochina and there, they turned this colonized land into their new homeland, creating their own life. In the Far East in the late 1930s, where storms were accumulating in a so far serene sky, de Jolivet family bought a property called Bao-Tan and made this place their home, hoping to stay there for several generations.
While in Europe the spectre of war was looming, French Indochina is somewhat forgotten by the mainland. However, they were in danger: the Japanese army was assembling at the Tonkin border.
For Victoire and her family, a slow and inexorable downfall into hell was about to begin, the Japanese and its horrors and violence were only the beginning of a nine-year war, even more terrible. All of them would be injured. Some of them died. For the survivors, forced to leave, it will be time for exile. An exile without bitterness, tempered by the hope that one day a new dawn will rise over Indochina, now plunged into its night.
1968 - ARVN troops (Army of the Republic of Vietnam) advance through a burning town. The ARVN suffered 2788 killed during the Tet Offensive, and three times that number in wounded
Battle of Dak To, November 1967
I believe the man carrying the children is an American and the other 3 ARVN.
"Koreans Bad Ass Dudes."
US Marines Mike Cunningham and Ricky Riley (KIA 29 June 1968).
11 Feb 1968, Hue, South Vietnam.With a wounded baby in her arms, an elderly Vietnamese woman makes a plea for help as she arrives at a U.S. Marine aid station.
North Vietnamese POWs under questioning, surrounded by corpses. 1967.
1965 South Vietnam: The burned bodies of South Vietnamese children shown sprawled on ground after Viet Cong attack on village