See who’s in Trump’s inaugural parade


See who’s in Trump’s inaugural parade

(CNN)President-elect Donald Trump’s inaugural committee Friday released an initial list of groups that have accepted an invitation to take part in the inaugural parade following the swearing in on January 20.

There will be more than 8,000 participants from 40 organizations, the committee said in a statement.
Here’s who’s in so far:
1st Cavalry Division Horse Cavalry Detachment — Fort Hood, Texas
1st Infantry Commanding General’s Mounted Color — Ft. Riley, Kansas
Boone County Elite 4-H Equestrian Drill Team — Burlington, Kentucky
Caisson Platoon, Fort Myer — Fort Myer, Virginia
Cleveland Police Mounted Unit — Cleveland, Ohio
Coastal Florida Police & Fire Pipes & Drums — Palm Coast, Florida
Columbus North High School Band — Columbus, Indiana
Culver Academy Equestrian — Culver, Indiana
First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Fishburne Military School Army JROTC Caissons Battalion – Fishburne, Virginia
Frankfort High School Band — Ridgeley, West Virginia
Franklin Regional High School Panther Marching Band — Murrysville, Pennsylvania
Indianapolis Metro Police Motorcycle Drill Team — Indianapolis, Indiana
Kids Overseas — Richmond Hill, Georgia
Lil Wranglers — College Station, Texas
Marist College Band — Poughkeepsie, New York
Merced County Sheriff’s Posse — Hilmar, California
Michigan Multi-Jurisdictional Mounted Police Drill Team & Color Guard — Ann Arbor, Michigan
Mid America Cowgirls Rodeo Drill Team — New Buffalo, Michigan
Nassau County Firefighters Pipes & Drums — East Meadow, New York
North Carolina Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association — Hillsborough, North Carolina
NYPD Emerald Society Pipes & Drums — East Moriches, New York
Olivet Nazarene University — Bourbonnais, Illinois
Palmetto Ridge High School Band — Naples, Florida
Russellville High School Band — Russellville, Arkansas
Talladega College Band — Talladega, Alabama
Texas State University Strutters — San Marcos, Texas
The Citadel Regimental Band & Pipes and Summerall Guards — Charleston, South Carolina
The Freedom Riders — Kersey, Colorado
Tragedy Assistance Marching Unit — Arlington, Virginia
Tupelo High School Band — Tupelo, Mississippi
University of Tennessee Marching Band — Knoxville, Tennessee
VMI Corps of Cadets — Lexington, Virginia
West Monroe High School Marching Band — West Monroe, Louisiana
American Veterans – National
Boy Scouts of America – National
US Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations – National
Disabled American Veterans – National
US Border Patrol Pipes & Drums — National
Wounded Warriors – National
Each branch of the United States military will also be represented.
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Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Arkansas, Man of Faith and TV Personality
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Mike Huckabee
Mike Huckabee
Mike Huckabee is an Evangelical Christian who never shies away from his faith. In January, 2015, he bid farewell as host of his popular talk show on the Fox News Channel to pursue his 2016 presidential bid.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Current Governor of Louisiana
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Bobby Jindal
Bobby Jindal
Gov. Jindal created history in 2008 when he became the first Indian American to be elected a state Governor. At the grand old age of 24, the Rhodes Scholar was appointed by Gov. Murphy Foster to manage the Health and Human Services Dept., the largest department in the state.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of Ohio
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate John Kasich
John Kasich
The sitting Governor of Ohio has enjoyed stunning political success over his life, and he’s hoping to ride it all the way to the White House in 2016. His incomplete rejection of Obamacare has put him on the outs with the Tea Party, but other Republicans are likely to back his strong conservative policies.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Attorney and Certified Public Accountant
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Brooks Cullison
Brooks Cullison
A man of faith for whom addressing the threat of radical Islam is Job One, but Brooks Cullison also worries about the abused and destitute in the US and the high volume of illegal immigrant traffic crossing the border with Mexico. Support for education is another issue on which he feels strongly.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businesswoman and Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina
Carly Fiorina
The only well-known woman running for the Republican nomination in 2016, Carly Fiorina is a unique political figure. Her business experience and conservative principles make her attractive to the right, but past difficulties and failures could haunt her moving forward.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Author
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Andy Martin
Andy Martin
On the surface, Andy Martin is a pretty straightforward conservative with little standing out about him. He’s got a colorful past, though, filled with vexatious litigation and accusations of being an anti-semite. He has sued the State of Hawaii for the release of Barack Obama’s birth certificate.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Entrepreneur
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Esteban Oliverez
Esteban Oliverez
Esteban Oliverez seeks to emulate what he considers the wiser aspects of both Republican and Democratic doctrine while discarding the nonsense, but he generally comes down on the political left. Nevertheless, many centrists may feel an attraction to his policies, which avoid straying far to either side of the spectrum.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Creative Dreamer
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Michael Bickelmeyer
Michael Bickelmeyer
An eccentric fellow who enjoys coming up with some very creative inventions, Bickelmeyer is running for the GOP nomination in 2016. He has a very dim view of terrorists and drug traffickers – in fact, he wants to deploy weapons to fry them from orbit.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Business-owner and Veterans Advocate
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Jim Hayden
Jim Hayden
Not content to sit idly by while the nation slips further away from our founding documents, Jim Hayden has announced his candidacy for President. This self-described “constitutional conservative” is making his second run for the presidency following an unsuccessful bid in 2012.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Florida
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Jeb Bush
Jeb Bush
Florida’s only Republican two-term Governor, Jeb Bush is a heavyweight political contender who comes from a family of presidents. His left-leaning ideologies make him too liberal for the taste of some in his party, however, and his lineage could be hindrance rather than help.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Water Treatment Operator (Retired)
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate James C. Mitchell, Jr.
James C. Mitchell, Jr.
Jim Mitchell, Jr is a pro-life, pro-gun rights conservative from Illinois. He’s got a bone to pick with crime, and his methods are as novel as they are aggressive: mandatory military service for young people to starve off gang recruitment, and free government-distributed narcotics to collapse the illegal drug trade.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Woman of Faith
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Shawna Sterling
Shawna Sterling
Shawna Sterling has opinions all her own, even on matters which might not generally be considered up for debate. She blames GMOs above all else for childhood obesity, and pledges to eliminate their use in school cafeteria food. Otherwise, she is generally conservative, with a strong faith and strict opposition to abortion.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Physician, Author and Citizen Politician
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Dr. Ben Carson
Dr. Ben Carson
Ben Carson is a highly accomplished physician who is seen as a breath of fresh air in the world of politics. He has left his position as director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and is in pursuit of the U.S. presidency in 2016.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Constitutional Republican and strong conservative
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate John Dummett, Jr.
John Dummett, Jr.
Hailing from the state of California, John Dummet, Jr is a Constitutional Republican who has become disenfranchised with both the Republican and Democratic parties.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Kentucky
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Rand Paul
Rand Paul
Sen. Paul finally emerged from the huge shadow of his larger than life father, maverick Republican Ron Paul, when he was selected to deliver the tea party response to President Obama’s SOTU address in 2013, and in the process, cementing his de facto leadership of the movement.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businessman and veteran
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Michael Petyo
Michael Petyo
A “business first” fiscal conservative with a very optimistic view of the role played by corporations in generating wealth, Michael Petyo is himself a business owner who feels the United States has lost its way economically and that relaxed regulation on the private sector is the solution.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Florida
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Marco Rubio
Marco Rubio
Marco Rubio is definitely on the short list of names for Republican frontrunner. Being himself of Cuban heritage, he enjoys strong support among the important Latino demographic, in addition to holding solid conservative principles that make him eminently likeable to the Republican constituency.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Veteran and volunteer spokesperson with Americans For Fair Taxation (AFFT)
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Kerry Bowers
Kerry Bowers
A former military man with a long career in the United States Air Force, Kerry Bowers has experience not only in the armed forces but as a police dispatcher, businessman, and in many other fields.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
International entrepreneur and business professor
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Dale Christensen
Dale Christensen
With experience in business management around the world, Dale Christensen is a self-described “first and foremost” family man who advocates a variety of conservative principles.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former US Senator from Pennsylvania
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Rick Santorum
Rick Santorum
The former two-term Senator from Pennsylvania announced yet another bid to be the party’s nominee for president in 2016 on May 27, 2015. With a small but loyal base behind him, Senator Santorum will work to expand his demographic appeal over the next months.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Pastor
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate George Bailey
George Bailey
George Bailey has spent much of his life preaching the gospel, but he’s had a rich and successful career outside the ministry as well. He’s a solid conservative pretty much across the board. Bailey is unfortunately saddled with a number of health problems, but he doesn’t let them keep him down.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Army child and business owner
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Skip Andrews
Skip Andrews
“Skip” Andrews is a diverse candidate who probably has at least one opinion to please anyone. Few politicians are able to satisfy both a pro-legalization marijuana advocate and a staunch pro-lifer. Of course, this also means most would object to a majority of his platform.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Veteran and Pastor
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate K. Ross Newland
K. Ross Newland
It’s hard to disagree with what K. Ross Newland wants to do as President – there’s so darn little of it. He believes in limited government that leads by influence rather than mandate, while his strong Christian faith brings him to call for generous tithing that would allow churches to practice large-scale charity.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
American Progressive
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Eric Cavanagh
Eric Cavanagh
With a platform that generally aims to the left, Eric Cavanagh nevertheless has a number of right-leaning ideas, including a 100% porn tax. He also favors “mandatory expungement”: Six months after being convicted of a serious crime, your record is wiped clean. Even minor offenses would be forgotten after 3 months.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Virginia
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Jim Gilmore
Jim Gilmore
Jim Gilmore has ruffled conservative feathers with his abortion positions, but there is no doubting his right-wing tendencies on a number of other issues. He has also achieved the closest analogue to filling the Oval Office – governing a state – giving him the resume to back up his potential aspirations.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from South Carolina
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Lindsey Graham
Lindsey Graham
The former Colonel with the USAF JAG unit has been one of the most recognized Republican faces in the post-2012 election era. However, his reputation as a compromise broker in Congress has taken a hit over his recent conversion into a foreign policy hawk.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former combat pilot and current airline captain
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Chris Hill
Chris Hill
Chris Hill is a combat veteran who served as a pilot during Desert Storm. Although he is running on the Republican ticket, some of his leanings are at odds with those of the GOP, including his “Living Wage” plan and his support for labor unions and recognition of gay marriages.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of New Jersey
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Chris Christie
Chris Christie
Chris Christie tells it like it is and doesn’t care whom he offends – even when he gets in trouble for being nice. More than a few people on all sides have surely used his portrait as a dartboard, but he’s earned a lot of respect for his fearless tongue, and Republicans appreciate his conservative ideology.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businessman
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Bartholomew James Lower
Bartholomew James Lower
With a passion for the installation of a widespread solar power infrastructure and hydroponic farming, Bartholomew Lower isn’t losing friends on the left. He’s a Republican, however, with harsh views on illicit drug use to match, potentially winning him friends among conservatives as well.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of Wisconsin
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Scott Walker
Scott Walker
Gov. Walker’s proposed Wisconsin Act 10 triggered a wave of controversy that forced a recall election in his second year in office. However, Gov. Walker prevailed and achieved the distinction of becoming the country’s first governor to survive a recall election.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Texas and 2012 presidential candidate
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Rick Perry
Rick Perry
After his ultimately underwhelming presidential bid in 2012, Gov. Perry, the longest serving Texas governor in history, announced a 2016 presidential bid at an event hosted by his political action committee, RickPAC, on June 4, 2015.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Common-Sense Leader
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Jefferson Sherman
Jefferson Sherman
He’d rather talk about America’s problems and their solutions than talk about himself, but he’s got a lot to say. Jefferson Sherman has three “core goals” for his administration, should it come to pass, focusing on job creation, honorable foreign policy, and reduced government.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Entrepreneur, innovator, limited government advocate
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Brian Russell
Brian Russell
Brian Russell is a successful entrepreneur who believes that implementing sound economic policy should be the government’s top priority. He also supports a strong military and foreign policy that presents the USA as the true leader in the free world.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businessman, television personality and author
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump
Donald Trump
A wealthy business tycoon and well-known American personality, Donald Trump brings a dour attitude that never fails to entertain. He has channeled his notoriety into a number of outlets, now including a 2016 presidential run.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businessman and former IRS Commissioner
Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Mark Everson
Mark Everson
A strong conservative with an extremely dim view of large banks, Mark Everson calls the integrity of mainstream politicians into question and accuses them of catering to monied special interests. He strongly believes a President should serve only a single term.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of New York
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate George Pataki
George Pataki
A three-term Governor of New York State with an impressive political career besides, George Pataki is a red Republican who has found success in blue country. His fiscal policies are pleasing enough to the GOP base, but his stance on social issues may leave something to be desired.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Texas
Declared Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz
Ted Cruz
The Harvard and Princeton-educated attorney once served as the Domestic Policy Advisor to former president George W. Bush. Noted for his formidable oratory skill, Senator Cruz is viewed by some as one of the intellectual leaders of the tea party movement.


Declared 2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Engineer and perennial candidate
Declared Republican 2016 Candidate Jack Fellure
Jack Fellure
A stubborn refusal to say “die” is one of the hallmarks of Jack Fellure, who’s been running for President every four years since 1988. He’s a dauntlessly religious man and a rock-solid conservative, advocating alcohol prohibition and the criminalization of homosexuality, among other right-wing positions.

[WATCH] MASS Beheading Of 21 Christians At Once, ISIS Declares Bold Warning


The slaughter of Christians at the hands of the Islamic State just reached a pinnacle today as a video has emerged which purportedly shows the militant group beheading 21 kidnapped Egyptian Christians in Libya.

MASS Beheading Of 21 Christians At Once, ISIS Declares Bold

The Christian men dressed in the signature orange jumpsuits, which have become synonymous with impending death, are seen kneeling on a beach before being forced down and beheaded. NBC News reported that an earlier caption in the original video indicated the location of the slaughter was “Wilayat Tarabulus by the Mediterranean Sea,” which means it could have been filmed near Tripoli.

***WARNING: Extremely graphic content.***

The Video and full article  Can be found here http://madworldnews.com/21-christians-isis/

 

August 3, 2014 Outbreak Update


August 3, 2014

Outbreak Update

The World Health Organization, in partnership with the Ministries of Health in Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria announced a cumulative total of 1440 suspect and confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) and 826 deaths, as of July 30, 2014. Of the 1440 clinical cases, 953 cases have been laboratory confirmed for Ebola virus infection.

In Guinea, 472 cases, including 346 fatal cases and 337 laboratory confirmations of EVD, were reported by the Ministry of Health of Guinea and WHO as of July 30, 2014. Active surveillance continues in Conakry, Guéckédou, Boffa, Pita, Siguiri, and Kourourssa Districts.

In Sierra Leone, WHO and the Ministry of Health and Sanitation of Sierra Leone reported a cumulative total of 574 suspect and confirmed cases of EHF as of July 30, 2014. Of these 574, 507 cases have been laboratory confirmed and 252 were fatal. Districts reporting clinical EVD patients include Kailahun, Kenema, Kambia, Port Loko, Bo and Western Area, which includes the capital, Freetown. More recently, Tonkolili, Bambali, Moyamba, and Bonthe Districts have also reported confirmed cases of EVD. Reports, investigations, and testing of suspect cases continue across the country.

As of July 30, 2014, the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Liberia and WHO reported 391 clinical cases of EVD, including 109laboratory confirmations and 227 fatal cases. Suspect and confirmed cases have been reported from Lofa, Montserado, Margibi, Bomi, Bong, Nimba, RiverCess, and Grand Cape Mount Counties. Laboratory testing is being conducted in Monrovia.

In Nigeria, WHO and the Nigerian Ministry of Health reported one probable fatal case and 2 suspect cases as of July 30, 2014.

CDC is in regular communication with all of the Ministries of Health (MOH), WHO, MSF, and other partners regarding the outbreak. Currently CDC has personnel in all four countries assisting the respective MOHs and the WHO-led international response to this Ebola outbreak.

Based on reports from the Ministry of Heath of Guinea, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation of Sierra Leone, the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Liberia, the Ministry of Health of Nigeria, and WHO 30 July 2014External Web Site Icon.

Outbreak of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone


ourbreakJuly 31, 2014 expanded   

Outbreak Update  ( Source CDC )

The World Health Organization, in partnership with the Ministries of Health in Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria announced a cumulative total of 1323 suspect and confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) and 729 deaths, as of July 27, 2014. Of the 1323 clinical cases, 909 cases have been laboratory confirmed for Ebola virus infection.

In Guinea, 460 cases, including 339 fatal cases and 336 laboratory confirmations of EVD, were reported by the Ministry of Health of Guinea and WHO as of July 27, 2014. Active surveillance continues in Conakry, Guéckédou, Boffa, Fria, Siguiri, and Kourourssa Districts.

In Sierra Leone, WHO and the Ministry of Health and Sanitation of Sierra Leone reported a cumulative total of 533 suspect and confirmed cases of EHF as of July 27, 2014. Of these 533, 473 cases have been laboratory confirmed and 233 were fatal. Districts reporting clinical EVD patients include Kailahun, Kenema, Kambia, Port Loko, Bo and Western Area, which includes the capital, Freetown. More recently, Tonkolili, Bambali, Moyamba, and Bonthe Districts have also reported confirmed cases of EVD. Reports, investigations, and testing of suspect cases continue across the country.

As of July 27, 2014, the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Liberia and WHO reported 329 clinical cases of EVD, including 100 laboratory confirmations and 156 fatal cases. Suspect and confirmed cases since May have been reported from Lofa, Montserado, Margibi, and more recently, Bomi, Bong, Nimba and Grand Gedeh Counties. Laboratory testing is being conducted in Monrovia.

In Nigeria, WHO and the Nigerian Ministry of Health reported one probable case as of July 27, 2014. This case has not yet been laboratory confirmed.

CDC is in regular communication with all of the Ministries of Health (MOH), WHO, MSF, and other partners regarding the outbreak. Currently CDC has personnel in all three countries assisting the respective MOHs and the WHO-led international response to this Ebola outbreak.

Based on reports from the Ministry of Heath of Guinea, the Ministry of Health and Sanitation of Sierra Leone, the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Liberia, the Ministry of Health of Nigeria and WHO  29 July 2014External Web Site Icon.

Bowe Berghdal gives his first message to the media, he has something to say to Obama


Bowe Berghdal gives his first message to the media, he has something to say to Obama

 News & Politics

Bowe Berghdahl hasn’t had any interactions with the media since he was traded for 5 of the most dangerous terrorist in the world.

He has now sent a message through his new lawyer, Eugene Fidell, who told  The Daily Beast that “Sergeant Bergdahl is deeply grateful to President Obama for saving his life.

His life doesn’t look like it was in much danger to me…

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Meanwhile, Bergdahl is now a “normal soldier” again.

Several of Bergdahl’s platoon mates, including Army Sgt. Matt Vierkant, one of Bergdahl’s former platoon mates, responded:

“We know that he deserted.  So I don’t really see with all the evidence against him . . . how they can just send him back to active duty like nothing’s gone on and give him a desk job, like they said, and just let him walk around in the public after he deserted and left us, left his brothers-in-arms.”

The cover-up is in full effect, ladies and gentlemen. The Left’s totally incompetent and unqualified dear leader Barack Obama cannot, I repeat, CANNOT look bad on this terrible, politically-drive trade-off.