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Guardsmen Bring Combat Skills to Fighting Western Fires

Fighting wildfires is "like being in a combat zone, just we're not getting shot at," said Army Sgt. Julian Ross, one of the California National Guardsmen called up to battle the wildfires in his state.

SOP newswire2American Women Are Being Lured Into Addiction Says Jane Velez-Mitchell - HLN TV Host Jane Velez-Mitchell believes American women are being "hooked" on everything from shopping to prescription drugs.
SOP newswire2Unprecedented and Dangerous Cuts Will Not Help Solve U.S. Fiscal Problems - CWS urged the House to oppose the cuts and to appropriate funding for foreign assistance at the levels President Obama has requested for FY2011.
SOP newswire2Valentine's Day Massacre at Yellowstone? - In fact, some in Congress are trying to use a must-pass spending bill to eliminate lifesaving protections for gray wolves across the U.S
SOP newswire2It Is the Sixth Anniversary of Terri Schiavo's Death - The International Day of Prayer and Remembrance for Terri Schindler Schiavo, and All of Our Vulnerable Brothers and Sisters
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)From Chaos to Michael Jackson, These Essays Put America Under a Microscope - In "Trial By Ink," a collection of astute essays, Yahia Labadidi examines American life, particularly U.S. pop culture, with microscopic intensity.
SOP newswire2China and Russia Drop US Dollar - The Dollar's Future Continues to Be a Concern for The Chinese Government
SOP newswire21 Million Immigrants Take U.S. Jobs - In the past two years, as unemployment remained near 10 percent, more than 1 million immigrants, of whom 35 percent were undocumented or illegal, have gotten jobs in the United States.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with John Masters About The Discovery of Queen Anne`s Revenge - John Masters, Director of Operations for Intersal, Inc. and son of its late founder Philip Masters, spent years helping his father research and hunt for shipwrecks
SOP newswire2No-Fly List Returning to U.S. - On Friday, January 21, attorneys with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will meet a Virginia Muslim teenager at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) when he arrives on a flight from Kuwait.
SOP newswire2Nation At Risk of Credit Downgrading of Triple-A Rating - The goal is to fully implement by June the Fed's purchase of $600 billion in Treasury debt to complete the Fed's policy of intervening into the economy in a policy known as Quantitative Easing 2.
SOP newswire2Millions of U.S Jobs Outsourced to China - Milwaukee-based Master Lock has decided to relocate jobs out of China and back to the U.S., according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
SOP newswire2Feds Will Soon Be Knocking on Your Door? - The effort, according to officials at the Coplay Whitehall Sewer Authority, is to prevent water from sources such as sump pumps or downspouts from being channeled into a water treatment process.
SOP newswire2Move Signals Increased Concern About U.S. Currency Devaluation - The World Bank issued its first bonds denominated in China's currency, the yuan, in a further indication last week that the dollar is slipping in status among international bankers.
SOP newswire21 in 6 Americans Live in Poverty? - Statistics released just last week indicated that unemployment and poverty in the United States might be much larger in the first two years of the Obama administration than had been previously reported.
SOP newswire2American Muslim Teen Beaten in Kuwait: Ordered by US Government? - Mohamed, a 19-year-old from Alexandria, Virginia, called the New York Times' Mark Mazzetti and Salon's Glenn Greenwald
SOP newswire2Minorities Increasingly Dependent on Government Welfare Programs - That these areas have a high minority population, largely African-American and Hispanic, is not a coincidence, Ron Haskins, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, told the Washington Examiner.
SOP newswire2Gas to Hit $5 a Gallon in 2011? - With OPEC targeting $100/barrel oil as OPEC oil ministers gathered last week for a meeting in Cairo, 2011 may see oil challenge the $148/barrel all-time high reached in July 2008.
SOP newswire2Are TV Dramas Pimping Obama Propaganda? - It is more or less common knowledge among conservatives that the entertainment industry has done more than its share in abetting far-left social engineering in America.
SOP newswire2Property Taxes Soaring: New Jersey Faces Highest Allowance Gap in Nation - The State of New Jersey disclosed on Thursday that the unfunded pension liability for state government employees grew from $45.8 billion to $53.9 billion in 2009, an increase of 18 percent.
SOP newswire2A New Year's Resolution to Be Prepared for Emergencies is Simple - and Could Save Lives - With the holiday season upon us and 2011 fast approaching, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is encouraging all Americans to make emergency preparedness one of their New Year's resolutions for the coming year.
SOP newswire2Millions Enter U.S. Without Proper I.D. - Despite reassurances of DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano that the U.S. border with Mexico has never been more secure, millions are being allowed to enter the United States, largely through Mexico, without proper identification.
Tim MartinJacksonville Florida Mother Charged with Shaking Baby to Death Over Farmville Game - A Jacksonville mother charged with shaking her baby to death has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for interrupting her playing Farmville
SOP newswire284 Million 'Trusted' to Access U.S. Through Security, Prosperity Partnership - The trusted traveler network is more thoroughly described on the "Global Entry" website maintained by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.
SOP newswire2TSA Gate Rape: U.S. House of Representatives urging Congress to Freeze Funding for Nude-Image Scanners - A Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives is now urging Congress to freeze funding for the controversial nude-image scanners being installed
SOP newswire2NOAA Out-Forecasts Trained Chimpanzee - Who Knew? - NOAA made a monkey out of Dr. James Hansimian, The National Center for Public Policy Research's trained hurricane-forecasting chimp, by producing a more accurate hurricane forecast for 2010.
SOP newswire2Breaking News: TSA Could Be Fooled By Terrorists Who Mold Explosives to Their Bodies? - By comparison, the "shoe bomber" was carrying 40 grams of PETN, and the "Christmas bomber" was carrying 80 grams of PETN, both amounts considered sufficient to blow a hole in an aircraft`s skin.
SOP newswire2The Growing Debate Over the "War on Christmas" - Boss Creations, a faith-inspired holiday decor company, has re-launched its innovative CHRIST-mas Tree, featuring an illuminated cross in the center of a fir-style tree.
SOP newswire2Breaking News: Oregon Mosque Fire Prompts the Need to Protect Muslims - FBI and state law enforcement authorities to step up protection for the region`s Muslim community after an intentionally-set fire damaged a mosque in Oregon
SOP newswire2Paying Federal Taxes Just Got More Expensive - Those meeting IRS requirements will be certified as an IRS registered tax return preparer.
Inactive WriterTSA Official Soaks Traveler in Urine After Repeatedly Searching Urostomy Bag? - Thomas Sawyer (no relation to the other guy) is a 61 year old retired teacher. He fought and won against bladder cancer, but as a result has to wear a urostomy bag to collect his urine.
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