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DC Court Rewinds Counter Terrorism Clock

Editor’s Note – What the DC Circuit Court just did, was to rewind the counter terrorism clock back to Bill Clinton. All the advancements that have taken place in dealing with terrorists have just become null and void. Considering most of these terrorists are not US citizens. Should we really be treating them with all the rights afforded to a […]

Veteran’s ‘Death By Suicide’ Out-number War Casualties

Editor’s Note – SUA has noted our Veterans, after going off to war, tend to bring the war back home in their personal lives. For many it is a very difficult situation. They return home only to find there are no jobs, no way to make a decent living – it is difficult to ‘fit back in.’  They […]

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2015 Memorial Day Message – MG Paul Vallely

By MG Paul E. Vallely, We pause this day in America to remember our fallen heroes, the men and women who answered the call of freedom and paid the ultimate sacrifice. We lament our losses, the losses of our friends, the losses from our communities and our nation as a whole – we bow our […]

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Air Supremacy? Are We Still the Best? Most Expensive Fighter

Editor’s Note – With the most expensive fighter in history, the F-35, is our Air Force still the dominant force across the globe? Is the F-35 really the leading edge? What about the F-22 Raptor? Is Russia or China that far behind, or are we falling behind? If you watched the interview Shepard Smith of […]

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What Would General Haig Do? – McInerney Honored, Speech

Editor’s Note –  The following are the remarks made by Lt Gen (Ret) Thomas G. McInerney, USMA ’59, former Asst Vice Chief of Staff, USAF, upon presentation to him of the GEN Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Guardian of Liberty Award, at the 2015 Founder’s Day Dinner of the West Point Society of Philadelphia, on Saturday, […]

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Letter to SecArmy – “Quashing” Religious Expression

Editor’s Note – The following letter was submitted to the Secretary of the Army on March 5, 2015. It clearly addresses the current tide with in the military where some have taken it upon themselves to quash religious expression. What is most egregious is that the people feeling the heat the most are the Chaplains […]

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Veteran Speaks Out for Sgt. Tahmooressi in Open Letter

Editor’s Note – The following letter was received by MG Paul E. Vallely and the SUA staff  about Sgt. Tahmooressi, penned by Joseph R. John – Chairman, Combat Veterans For Congress PAC. It was slightly edited  for clarity, but is largely intact to reflect the Captain’s vehemence and justified angst at the Commander-in-Chief, Barack, H. Obama. The […]

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Veteran’s, Remembrance, Armistice Day – Never Forget

By MG Paul E. Vallely, US Army (Ret.) On the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 an armistice between Germany and the Allied nations came into effect. On November 11, 1919, Armistice Day was commemorated for the first time. In 1919, President Wilson proclaimed the day should be “filled with […]

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In Remembrance – MG James E. McInerney, Jr. USAF Retired

It is with profound sadness that we at Stand Up America US acknowledge the passing of one of America’s greatest fighter pilots and true patriots. The brother of our close friend and SUA Kitchen Cabinet member, Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney (USAF-Ret.), took his “last flight west” this past week. We wish Tom and his family […]

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For Sgt. Tahmoressi – Mr. President “Make the Call!”

By Scott W. Winchell and Denise Simon Today, finally, a public hearing was held for the imprisoned Marine in Mexico, Sgt. Andrew Paul Tahmooressi by the subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee for the Western Hemisphere. The clarion call was made, and the theme from the committee was, “Make the Call” Mr. President. The hearing […]

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