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    As of September 21, 2019: 7,012 American Soldiers Died Violently in Asia & Africa - 1,000,000+ American Veterans Injured - Number of Iraqi Deaths Due to U.S. Invasion: 2,400,000+ - Number of Afghan Deaths Due to U.S. Invasion: 250,000+ - Cost of War

  • The Most Privileged and Promoted Class in America

  • Who Killed Batman? - scroll down to bottom of page and click on 'proceed to video'

  • U.S. Drone Strike Accidentally Killed 30 Farmers in Nangarhar, Afghanistan on September 18; Taliban Suicide Bomber leaves 20 Dead in Zabul, Afghanistan on September 19

  • With Government Propaganda, the Sky is Always Falling

  • The Cholesterol Con

    Every Little Thing She Does is Magic

  • Watch the Movie: 85 Million Dead Humans in 45 Minutes?

  • Mark Fiore: September 19, 2019

  • Our Invisible Government

  • The Strange Death of Jimi Hendrix

  • Les Visible: September 18, 2019

  • John Whitehead: September 16, 2019

  • The Top Ten Enemies of Success

  • One U.S. Army Officer Shot Dead in Wardak, Afghanistan on September 16

    The Speed of Love

  • John Oliver: September 15, 2019

  • Oiling for War

  • America Unmasked

  • The Gray Zone Project: September 14, 2019

  • Redacted Tonight: September 13, 2019

  • How Freeway Rick Ross Made and Lost One Billion Dollars

  • Is the Price of Gas about to Go Up? The Houthis Strike Back

  • Is the U.S. Military Targeting Civilians & Committing War Crimes in Syria?

    Picture This

  • Painkiller

  • Weekly Report of Israeli Human Rights' Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (September 5-11, 2019)

  • Les Visible: September 12, 2019

  • The Pentagon Wants More Control Over the News - What Could Go Wrong?

  • Mark Fiore: September 11, 2019

    Whole Lotta Love

  • American Terror Syndicate

  • Flint's Deadly Water

  • John Whitehead: September 10, 2019

  • How Deep is the Rot in America's Institutions?

  • Les Visible: September 10, 2019

    Why Can't This be Love?

  • Paul Craig Roberts: September 9, 2019

  • John Oliver: September 8, 2019

  • The Instant Addiction - Part II - Part III - Part IV

  • The Nation on Suicide Watch

  • On Contact: September 7, 2019

  • Why Washington Can't Reduce its Global Military Footprint

  • Finding the Fix

  • The Gray Zone Project: September 6, 2019

  • Car Bomb Blew One U.S. Army Officer to Pieces in Kabul, Afghanistan on September 5

    You Give Love a Bad Name

  • Are We Creating Our Own Narratives?

  • Paul Craig Roberts: September 4, 2019, Part II - September 6, 2019

  • Will You be Denied a Visa if You or Your Friends are Critical of American Policies?

  • Are 22% of All U.S. Navy Sailors Overweight?

  • Weekly Report of Israeli Human Rights' Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (August 29 - September 4, 2019)

    I Was Made for Loving You

  • Israel's Many Wars

  • From Spook Air to Lolita Express

    Dream On

  • Paul Craig Roberts: September 4, 2019

  • John Whitehead: September 3, 2019

  • Boat Fire off the Coast of Santa Barbara, California leaves 33 Dead on September 2

  • Some Lives are Taken While Others are Freely Given

    Have a Cigar

  • Making a Killing from Killing

  • One Nation, Overdosed

  • Tips for Veterans Leaving the Military

    Bad Reputation

  • The Real War on Drugs - Part II

  • Confronting Corporate Greed

    You Don't Know How it Feels

  • Mass Shooting in Texas leaves 8 Dead and 24 Wounded on August 31; Ten Critical

  • Voice of the White House: August 31, 2019

  • One U.S. Army Officer Died Violently in Zabul, Afghanistan on August 29

    Cat Scratch Fever

  • The Architect of Tomorrow - Part II - Part III

  • Do U.S. Navy Officers Compromise American National Security for Sex Parties, Cocaine & Money?

  • America's Forgotten Bullshit Bombing of Serbia

  • Escaping the Kingdom

  • Scarcity vs. Abundance: How Globalists Control Humanity

  • The False Flag Event that Started the Vietnam War and Cost 58,000 American Soldiers their Lives

  • Is the Labelling of a Theory as Conspiratorial an Attempt to Erase Uncomfortable Evidence by Reprioritising the Relevance of Certain Facts?

    Meet the New Love of Rob's Life

    Fait Accompli

  • Published in 'America at the Millennium: The Best Poems and Poets of the 20th Century,' 2000. click here
  • Published in 'Journey to Infinity,' 2000. click here
  • Cold War Certificate of Recognition, United States Secretary of Defense, 1999. click here
  • Master of Arts, University of Louisville, 1995. click here
  • United States Army Honorable Discharge, 1992. click here
  • Published in 'A View from the Edge,' 1992. click here
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Louisville, 1991. click here - or here - or here - or here
  • United States Army Lapel Pin awarded at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 1987. click here
  • Certificate for 'Outstanding and Dedicated Service to The United States Army,' 18th Airborne Corp, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 1987. click here
  • United States Army Good Conduct medal awarded at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 1987. click here
  • Designated an Esteemed Member of The U.S. Military Intelligence Corp, Chief of U.S. Military Intelligence, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, 1987. click here
  • Certificate for Exceptionally Meritorious Service, 194th Armored Brigade, Fort Irwin, California, 1987. click here
  • United States Army Meritorious Unit Citation with 2 Oak Clusters awarded at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 1986. Click here to visit this unit's website.
  • Graduated from The United States Army Pre-Noncommissioned Officer Development Program in Berlin, Germany, 1986. click here
  • United States Army Overseas Service Ribbon awarded in 1986. click here - or here
  • Served and gathered intelligence 110 miles behind enemy lines at the height of The Cold War while stationed at United States Army Field Station Berlin, Germany, Andrews Barracks, which was the Military Intelligence unit for the 4th, 5th, and 6th Battalions of the 502nd Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Divison, while it was recognized as the #1 intelligence gathering site in the free world by The United States Department of Defense and The National Security Agency, 1986. click here - or here - or here
  • Designated a Guardian of Berlin's Freedom by the Commander of U.S. Forces, Berlin, Germany, 1986. click here
  • Outpost of Freedom Award, Commander, United States Army Field Station Berlin, 1986. click here
  • Certificate of Achievement for scoring 96% on a job skill qualification test, Commander, U.S. Army Field Station Berlin, 1986. click here
  • United States Army Sharpshooter medal awarded in Berlin, Germany, 1986. Hit 35 out of 40 pop-up targets ranging from 50-300 meters with an M-16 assault rifle. Click here to visit this unit's website.
  • U.S. Veterans of Foreign Wars member since 1985. click here
  • United States Army of Occupation medal awarded in Berlin, Germany, 1985. click here
  • United States Department of Defense Top Secret Security Clearance with Special Background Investigation awarded in 1985. click here
  • Graduated from United States Army Intelligence School, Fort Devens, Massachusetts, 1985. click here
  • Letter of Commendation for completing 438 hour course in 45 hours, Chief, U.S. Army Intelligence School, Fort Devens, Massachusetts, 1985. click here
  • Letter of Commendation for completing 686 hour course in 275 hours, Deputy Assistant Commandant, U.S. Army Intelligence School, Fort Devens, Massachusetts, 1985. click here
  • United States Army Expert Grenade Thrower medal awarded at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, 1984. Hit ten out of ten targets. click here
  • Graduated from U.S. Army Basic Training, Fort Jackson, South Carolina, 1984. click here
  • Graduated from Jeffersontown High School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1984. click here
  • Attended 'One of the two best high schools in America' according to the U.S. Dept. of Education: L'anse Creuse High School North, Mount Clemens, Michigan, for three years. Missed the Honor Roll once. click here - or here
  • Certificates of Achievement for creative writing excellence. click here - or here
  • Licensed by the FCC as an Advanced Class Amateur Radio Operator (Equivalent to a Master's of Science in Electrical Engineering) since 1982, age 16. click here
  • Licensed by the FCC as a General Class Amateur Radio Operator (Equivalent to a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering) since 1981, age 15. click here
  • Worked All States Award as a Novice Class Amateur Radio Operator, American Radio Relay League, Newington, Connecticut, 1980. click here
  • Certified 20 words per minute morse code interceptor, American Radio Relay League, Newington, Connecticut, 1979. click here
  • Licensed by The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as a Novice Class Amateur Radio Operator (Equivalent to an Associate's of Science in Electrical Engineering) since 1978, age 12. click here

    February 26, 1986 - West Berlin, East Germany

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