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The Captain’s AMERICA Radio Show For Oct. 28th


Tune in today to hear Frank Salvato, Managing Editor of the New Media Journal, talk with ‘The Captain’ on all the latest regarding the Barack Obama birth certificate issue that has prompted lawuits in 8 States…

There’s also more good news coming from Iraq in the War on Terror and it’s not being reported by our mainstream news media

You’ll hear a LIVE interview from Marine SSG Mike Brown who is with the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines, Charlie Company, 2nd Platoon calling in via satellite from Fallujah, Iraq

Fallujah as recent as 2004 was the scene of street to street and house o house fighting when the Marines drove al-Qaida out of that City.  oday the Iraqi Military and Police run the show and our Marines back
them up…

You’ll hear SSG Brown tell us how GOOD things have gotten there with he blood, sweat and tears of our great Marines and fighting Military en and women…

Don’t forget about the Tampa Bay Rays! We next talk about the World Series and suspended Game #5 which was tied 2-2 and now will be played on Wednesday in Philadelphia. If the Rays win, the World Series goes
back to ‘The Trop’ in St. Pertersburg, FL for Game #6…

Get in on all the FUN and knowing what others won’t unless they tune in to hear “The Captain’s AMERICA Radio Show”…

God Bless America!

‘The Captain’



October 28, 2008 Posted by | Commentary, Iraq, Politics, the captains america, trucking | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Murtha sued over remarks

The Tribune-Democrat

In May 2006, six months after 24 people were killed in a small Iraqi town, U.S. Rep. John Murtha made a startling accusation.

American soldiers, he contended, had killed innocent civilians “in cold blood.”

Now, less than six weeks before the longtime Johnstown Democrat is up for re-election, a Marine involved in the now-infamous Haditha incident is suing Murtha for slander.

Justin Sharratt of Canonsburg, Washington County, left the Marine Corps last year. But he claims Murtha’s statements have caused “permanent, irreversible damage to his reputation.”

“What Murtha did is outrageous, and I am seeking punitive damages,” said Noah Geary, a Pittsburgh attorney representing Sharratt.  More from the Tribune Democrat

September 26, 2008 Posted by | Iraq | , , , | Leave a comment