US Army Sergeant and former Taliban collaborator Bowe Bergdahl was recently cleared to return to duty, and moved from his position as an instructor at the Army’s Defense Language Institute to a prestigious new assignment as an “Honor Mentor” at the US Military Academy at West Point. In this new job, Bergdahl’s primary duties will be to educate, train, and inspire the newest generations of Army leaders, particularly those who struggle with issues of personal honor.
Washington, D.C. – In a surprise move, the President held a late night press conference at the White House last night with a surprising announcement. On the evening of the nations 238th birthday, the President issued a formal apology to the United Kingdom for revolting and instigating hostilities over two centuries ago.
Washington, D.C. (May 30, 2014) – In a surprise move designed to coincide with the weekend network news cycle and Americans’ short attention span, outgoing White House Press Secretary Jay Carney announced in his final press conference that ousted Veterans Administration Secretary Eric Shenseki will be replaced by former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebilius.
THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS—Bowing to intense public pressure from hashtag campaigns all over the world, Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group Boko Haram disbanded this morning, surrendering its ideology, its leaders, and its heavy weapons, and releasing hundreds of women and girls it kidnapped during its long-running insurgency in northern Nigeria.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Tragedy has struck again for Malaysia Airlines, only months after their last passenger plane went missing. In light of the 295 passengers who were plucked from the sky at the hands of Ukrainian opposition forces, the airline is taking a page from the U.S. Military’s safety playbook.
Minneapolis, Minnesota – Jesse Ventura, well known as a Navy SEAL, professional wrestler, as well as the governor of Minnesota, has just released a statement confirming rumors about his recent hospitalization. Only hours after winning a 1.8 million dollar settlement against the widow of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, Ventura was admitted to the Mayo Clinic following symptoms that were confirmed as the onset of...
WASHINGTON, D.C. In a surprise decision announced late Friday evening by embattled Secretary of Veterans’ Affairs Eric Shinseki, self-described feminist/atheist and grievance industry professional Melody Hensley, 29, was awarded full VA disability due to PTSD she acquired due to mean tweets about her written by US veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. Hensley managed to convince Shinseki that her PTSD from mean tweets was “on par” with that incurred by veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan and, as it was directly caused by veterans, she should receive full disability from the VA.