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I started this blog as a forum to fight back against leftist blowhards, Islamofascists, and their supporters.
After witnessing the vulgarity spewed by the Democrats during the 2000 election, I could no longer maintain the status quo, so I traded in my kid gloves for brass knuckles. I post news articles, write opinions about current and historical events, and provide a counterpoint to the DemProg propaganda..

Some Bio: Born and raised in the Cleveland, Ohio vicinity in a working-class family. Graduated from Southview High School in 1975.  Received an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science from Cuyahoga Community College.

Diehard Browns fan and Ohio State Buckeye fan.

Joined the United States Army and earned the title of Soldier in 1976 as a member of the now disbanded Women’s Army Corps.  Former Intelligence Analyst. Worked in tactical boots-on-the-ground battlefield intelligence, strategic intelligence, and counter-terrorism. Veteran of Desert Storm, Bosnia, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. I have been to Europe, Korea, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, and all over the U.S.  Duty assignments included: 1st Armored Division, 21st Psychological Operations Company (USAR, Cleveland, Ohio), 342nd MI Co (USAR Cleveland, Ohio), 1st Cavalry Division, 3rd COSCOM, EUCOM, 101st Airborne, and the DIA.

Retired from the Army in December 2006.

SFC Cheryl McElroy US ARMY (RET)


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  1. Posted by sfcmac on 24/11/2009 at 21:33

    To the Anonymous “Mother”,
    Submitted on 2009/11/22 at 8:19pm

    You’ll note that your little ‘endearment’-laced missive has been deleted. If you decide to come back, bring coherent arguments. The ones you used make you look every bit the sophomoric assclown you are. The only disgrace to this nation is the fact that brave Soldiers are on the frontlines protecting even little ratfucks like you.
    And xxxxoooo to you, as well.


  2. Posted by sfcmac on 04/11/2009 at 11:16

    Thank you for the information. It’s a good thing that amidst the chaos of WWII, the women and men of this group had the foresight to secure and safeguard some of the most valuable artwork in the world before the Nazis could get ahold of them. Unfortunately, no one was able to stop the Soviets, who did their own plundering.



  3. Here’s an amazing video with Doris Kearns Goodwin discussing The Monuments Men, a new book about a small group of unknown heroes, men and women, who volunteered to save the cultural treasures of western civilization from the Nazi’s during WWII. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036789/vp/33411966#33411966
    Many of the Monuments Men had established careers and families, yet they volunteered to serve a purpose greater than themselves. This is the first and only time in history, our military formed a special division dedicated to saving the cultural treasures of our civilization. Unfortunately, by this story being so relatively unknown, our military today has made no effort towards saving the cultural treasures in the Middle East. It is our mission to change that. Book Page writes, “an account that moves like a Hollywood action adventure…there are heroes to root for, villains to hiss at and an increasingly pressing race against time…Whether you’re a fan of art, military history or stories of real-life heroes, The Monuments Men is a treasure worth the hunt”. As we approach Veteran’s Day (November 11, a Wednesday), I hope your blog will profile these great heroes of civilization and share their story with your readers and supporters.

    Thank You,

    Robert M. Edsel


  4. Posted by sfcmac on 10/09/2009 at 08:08


    Such eloquence! What an intellect!
    100,000 sperm and YOU were the fastest.
    Does Canadian socialist healthcare cover your mental retardation?



  5. Posted by Donna on 09/09/2009 at 14:35

    America sucks

    You’re a complete wack-job!


  6. Posted by sfcmac on 18/04/2009 at 12:54


    My opinion, based on the facts of the incident and my experience as an Iraq war veteran, is this: 1SG Hatley and his squad were attacked by a group of enemy terrorist combatants. They fired back, chased them down, captured them, and found their weapons cache. They should have killed them on the spot, instead of taking them to the base camp. As for the Courts Martial decision, justice isn’t always “just”.
    You should know that 99.9% of the accusations leveled against American troops fall flat either before they get to trial, or as a result of acquitals.



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