The Future of the Chaplaincy

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I found this little gem from a fellow MRFF individual. It’s not just propaganda. It’s actually an official military training manual – FM 30-40Handbook on Soviet Ground Forces – from 1975, at the height of the Cold War (which isn’t so far removed in historical retrospection). The Soviets at that time had an officer embedded [Read More...]

When Religion and Politics mix…When the media fails to report…When we don’t understand why…

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Media Coverage I suppose the first thing to cover is the fact that no national American media source is willing to cover what is going on in today’s political arena with the audacity that, say, Walter Cronkite would be able to do. If you click the link you’ll find the story about how a single reporter [Read More...]

The busyness of business

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This seems appropriate It seems like some of us have that figured out. Fortunately, I don’t. I hope it stays that way. I’ve been real busy lately talking to reporters, calling individuals in the military about religious violations, and putting my two cents in with some members of Congress about the upcoming vote for the [Read More...]

NDAA 2014: Christian Fundamentalist Congressman Tim Huelskamp Stamping out Military Religious Freedom Through Federal Legislation!! Unless You’re a Christian….then it’s okay

June 13, 2013 The extreme fundamentalists have convinced the members of Congress, and specifically the House of Representatives, that Mikey Weinstein and MRFF are anti-Christian activists despite the fact that over 96% of their clients are indeed Christian service members. Tim Huelskamp (pictured above) of Kansas proposed the “Huelskamp Amendment” to the National Defense Authorization Act [Read More...]

Just Worm Food

The toughest job in the military? We’ve all seen it portrayed in fiction. Unfortunately, you or someone you know may have experienced it first hand. One of the hardest tasks any uniformed servicemember could ever perform: notifying the next of kin of a fallen comrade.  According to the U.S. Army, the “casualty notification team” will [Read More...]


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