SECTIONS Search E-edition Customer Service Customer Service Mobile & Apps Newsletters News Local Fort Worth Arlington Northeast Tarrant Texas Crime & Courts Politics Elections Bud Kennedy Databases Nation and World Sports Cowboys Rangers TCU Mac Engel Colleges Mavericks Motorsports Stars High School Sports Scores & Schedules All Sports Football Baseball Softball Volleyball Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Opinion Editorials Letters Submit a letter Cheers and Jeers Submit a Cheer or Jeer Bud Kennedy Michael Ryan Cynthia M. Allen Other Voices Business Business Growth Entertainment Restaurants Arts & Culture Movies Things To Do Music Nightlife Party Pics Horoscopes Comics Contests Puzzles and Games Living Food & Drink Arts … [Read more...] about The Army secretary is in Fort Worth. Could he be Trump’s next Defense secretary?
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Sooner or later there is going to be a mutiny in the British Army. As exhibit a) I present this essay — titled “The Army Needs More Feminists” — by some brown-nosing major, presumably written with a view to ingratiating himself with his PC superiors.As exhibit b) I present this video of a bunch of squaddies protesting at the fact that one of their ex-comrades has been chucked out of the Army for the ‘crime’ of posing for a selfie with Tommy Robinson. Mutiny is not something you associate with the British Army and its proud traditions of discipline and loyalty to the Crown. But I see after a quick search that there was one as recently as 2013 when 16 soldiers of the Yorkshire Regiment were court-martialled for “disobeying a lawful command” after staging a sit-down at a parade. Their complaint — apparently in response to an unpopular captain and colour sergeant — was that they were being “led by muppets.” Since … [Read more...] about Delingpole: The British Army Needs Less Feminism and Diversity Outreach – and more Tommy Robinson
News / UK and world by Press Association April 20, 2018, 12:57 pm FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsAppEmail Sign up to our Daily newsletter In just two days’ time, more than 39,000 runners will descend onto the streets of the capital to take part in the London Marathon. Sunday’s race is expected to be the warmest on record with highs of 23 degrees Celsius forecast, and organisers are urging runners to take extra precautions to stay cool and hydrated. Whether you’re looking to beat your personal best this year as a race day participant, or you’re a spectator on the sidelines, it’s time to start thinking about those last-minute logistics so you can run your best, beat the crowds and enjoy one of the biggest events in the running calendar. With that in mind, we’ve answered some of the most-asked questions about the marathon. Here’s everything you need to know. What time does the London Marathon start? This year’s race takes … [Read more...] about The most asked questions about the London Marathon answered
**Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** What firing Mueller would mean for the GOP - Corker all in for Blackburn - Chinese ruler offers carrot, stick to Trump on trade - Trump cancels South America trip to oversee Syria plans - Mr. Stinky triumphant WHAT FIRING MUELLER WOULD MEAN FOR THE GOP When Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley says it would be “suicide” for President Trump to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller what exactly does that mean? Grassley and other Republicans have been moved to weigh in once again on Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign and almost universally they agree with the plain-spoken Iowan’s sentiment. They’ve had to pipe up because the president, at a meeting of his war council to discuss attacks on Syria, openly, angrily mused on whether or not he might fire Mueller or Mueller’s overseer, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. We … [Read more...] about What firing Mueller would mean for the GOP
A 91-year-old man lifts off in a commercial airliner bound for France and for a moment can imagine himself in the cabin of a Douglas C-47, preparing to leap into moonlit darkness.Norwood Thomas was just a boy, really, the first time he arrived in Normandy. Now he is returning for the last time, once again mindful of his own mortality.More than 100,000 Americans were there at the start of the campaign to retake Europe from Hitler. Only a few hundred are expected to return this week. Thousands more, many too frail to travel, will mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day back home.Thomas flew out of Norfolk last week. Grant "Gully" Gullickson isn't far behind. Cary Jarvis and Eddie Shames wish they could join them; they'll spend the day with family in Virginia Beach.None of them knew one another on that day, yet they are forever linked by it. They are among the lucky few – the ones who survived brutal fighting and then the merciless march of time. Almost all of their buddies are … [Read more...] about The lucky few