Military

What Better Way To Kick Off The Day Than Watching the FBI, CIA, and Delta Force Kidnap a Terrorist!

Well happy Tuesday everyone, and it’s a fine Tuesday at that. You might wonder why I’m so chipper. Well its because we just captured a terrorist. He might not be Osama Bin Laden, but this asshole is Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, an Al Qaeda militant with connections to a number of terrorist groups. As seen in the video after stopping his car in front of his house, two vans pull up near his vehicle and boom  American special forces agents. and the scum of the Earth, Al-Ruqai was thrown into a van and driven away. Good job to our military.

http://www.mediaite.com/online/watch-u-s-commandos-abduct-accused-al-qaeda-militant/#ooid=h3NHZsazolabaCE5NI_1nl6y4X1eJfMZ

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Charles Tillman Is a Real Class Act

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If this next story doesn’t tell you something about Charles Tillman’s character I don’t know what will.

Tillman received the  the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year award on saturday  at the NFL Honors Show which was held at Radio City Music Hall.Tillman’s no stranger to philanthropic work. In his spare time he and his wife run the Charles Tillman Cornerstone Foundation, the Charles’ Locker program that provides support for pediatric hospital patients and their families, and the Tiana Fund, which provides grant money to families in need.

But it turns out, Tillman was not done giving, and on Sunday morning he sent out this tweet

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Doltz’s friend Neeraj Singh was the man that made it happen, and by kickoff Greg Doltz was sitting in Metlife stadium watching the Super Bowl. Talk about an awesome friend, and a great recipient.

The Doltz family and many others have given up so much for our country, it just reminds us how much we have to be thankful for, and how much we need to support our troops and their families.

For ways you can help our veterans check out these charities:

(These veterans charities received an A or A+ grade from CharityWatch, a charity watchdog group that analyzes charities’ financial reports)

Armed Services YMCA http://www.asymca.org

Fisher House Foundation http://www.fisherhouse.org

Homes for our Troops http://www.homesforourtroops.org

Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund http://www.semperfifund.org

Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund http://www.fallenheroesfund.org

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society http://www.nmcrs.org

National Military Family Organization http://www.militaryfamily.org

Operation Homefront http://www.operationhomefront.net