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» Enough About Cindy, Here's Casey's Story from Woody's News
BlackFive has just posted an accounting of the events that occured in Sadr City on the day Casey Sheehan died. So much attention has been paid to his mother and her political agenda that her son's life and death has [Read More]

» Casey Sheehan Didn’t Die For Nothing from Residual Forces
Over at Blackfive, there is a post about Casey Sheehan and his fellow soldiers who died on Palm Sunday in Iraq protecting their friends and freedom. True Heroes, Great Americans! Casey Sheehan’s Sergeant asked for volunteers. Sheehan had just... [Read More]

» Casey Sheehan's Memory from Conservative Musings
I have been real hesitant to post anything about the Sheehan stuff going on. However, I can't pass up the honor of directing you to a post on Blackfive about Casey and the mission he was on at the time [Read More]

» Meet Casey Sheehan from Cyber-Conservative
The military blog BlackFive has posted a short biography of Casey Sheehan, the fallen Army Specialist whose mother has been making so many headlines.

No excerpt this ... [Read More]

» An Eagle Scout's Palm Sunday Bronze Star for Valor from Jackalope Pursuivant
This is precisely what Professor Dauber is always writing about. By failing to frame the circumstances that led to a battlefield fatality, the media implicitly lend credence to claims that soliders are dying randomly, for no reason. So many news [Read More]

» Meet the Real Casey Sheehan from RadioActive Chief
Undeserved Subject of Mom's Protests Blackfive gives some background on Casey Sheehan, USMC, who lived and died as a true American hero. With his record, it's inconceiveable that he would be in agreement with his mother Cindy's moonbat protest circus.... [Read More]

» SPC Casey Sheehan from euphoricreality.net
Blackfive gives Casey Sheehan the hero’s accolades that he should have had all along. In his Someone You Should Know series, which our own American Heroes section is patterned after, Blackfive tells the story of how Casey Sheehan lived and die... [Read More]

» Casey Sheehan from Stones Cry Out
No matter what you think about his mom, you need to read about Casey Sheehan, a true hero. Blackfive has the post. Hugh Hewitt comments: "When you are tempted to blast his mom, remind yourself of this man's sacrifice and... [Read More]

» Hoo Haa Tuesday from NIF
Today's dose of NIF - News, Interesting & Funny ... Hoo Haa Tuesday (and what about that 180, Kerry?) [Read More]

» Army Specialist Casey Sheehan from Overgrown Acres
The real story of an American hero at Blackfive. [Read More]

» Army SPC Casey Sheehan from Echo9er
Blackfive has a very good post on someone we should have known. Army Specialist Casey Sheehan did a lot in his Army career. From mechanic, to Combat Lifesaver, to field chaplain’s assistant, this Eagle Scout was a soldier, and died a Soldier. ... [Read More]

» A stunning tribute to Casey Sheehan from Project Nothing!
OVER AT ‘BLACKFIVE’: Casey Sheehan’s Sergeant asked for volunteers. Sheehan had just returned from Mass. After Sheehan volunteered once, the Sergeant asked Sheehan again if he wanted to go on the mission. According to many report... [Read More]

» Family overtakes the blog Part II from The Anchoress
Because my short-term memory is becoming more feeble by the day, in my kitchen I have a whiteboard with many lists on it - things to do, people to pray for, Buster’s busy schedule, etc. One of those lists now reads: Family Medical and Other Con... [Read More]

» More thoughts on the chickenhawk slur from Gay Patriot
In the first comment to a recent post where I agreed with a man who lose his son in Iraq that the media should offer “equal time to the other loved ones of fallen heroes,” a reader, in the very first comment, quoted a Democratic Senator, w... [Read More]

» Casey Sheehan from vangoghdaisy
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» Casey Sheehan from The Laughing Wolf
I wish to take exception to some posts I've read around the blogosphere that claim his reputation is being tarnished. Casey Sheehan volunteered to serve in the military, from all accounts thought that serving and fighting for his country and... [Read More]

» FOCUS ON CASEY SHEEHAN from Michelle Malkin
So, the mother of Army Spc. Casey Sheehan is going back to Crawford. Go to The Buzz if you really need to keep up on the circus. I hope she enjoys the foot massages. Reader David L. writes: One can... [Read More]

» FOCUS ON CASEY SHEEHAN from Michelle Malkin
So, the mother of Army Spc. Casey Sheehan is going back to Crawford. Go to The Buzz if you really need to keep up on the circus. I hope she enjoys the foot massages. Reader David L. writes: One can... [Read More]

» FOCUS ON CASEY SHEEHAN from Michelle Malkin
So, the mother of Army Spc. Casey Sheehan is going back to Crawford. Go to The Buzz if you really need to keep up on the circus. I hope she enjoys the foot massages. Reader David L. writes: One can... [Read More]

» FOCUS ON CASEY SHEEHAN from Michelle Malkin
So, the mother of Army Spc. Casey Sheehan is going back to Crawford. Go to The Buzz if you really need to keep up on the circus. I hope she enjoys the foot massages. Reader David L. writes: One can... [Read More]

» Our Country (Letter for Cindy) from Fried Baloney
Soldiers view protestors as one might I’m grateful each day that I was able to spend more than half my existence on this earth with thousands of the dedicated men and women that keep our country free and moving forward. [Read More]

» Our Country (Letter for Cindy) from Fried Baloney
Soldiers view protestors as one might I’m grateful each day that I was able to spend more than half my existence on this earth with thousands of the dedicated men and women that keep our country free and moving forward. [Read More]

» Who Was Army Specialist Casey Sheehan? from Hatful of Hollow
Black Five tells a brief story of his heroic death. He repeatedly volunteered to go into high risk situations (including re-enlisting in 2004), and he died as part of an all-volunteer squad sent in to rescue other American troops who... [Read More]

» Casey Sheehan from The Daily Brief: A Military Blog Written With Intelligence And Purpose
Blackfive has the scoop on the real Sheehan story: Casey Sheehan's Sergeant asked for volunteers. Sheehan had just returned from Mass. After Sheehan volunteered once, the Sergeant asked Sheehan again if he wanted to go on the mission. According t... [Read More]

» Q & A of the Day: Corporal Forest J. Jostes from UrbanGrounds
Who is Corporal Forest J. Jostes? ... [Read More]

» The Sheehan Who Deserves MSM Attention from Baby Wings
Head over to Blackfive and read about Specialist Casey Sheehan. I feel that what his mother is doing is a disgrace. [Read More]

» Casey's Bio from Alpine Summit
This whole story shows me that the patriotism of the child is not equal to the patriotism of the parent. [Read More]

» Casey's Bio from Alpine Summit
This whole story shows me that the patriotism of the child is not equal to the patriotism of the parent. [Read More]

» You hear a lot about Casey Sheehan's mom... from hubs and spokes
...but we should really focus on Casey himself. He died as a genuine hero - trying to save others.... [Read More]

» Blackfive has the REAL Sheehan story. from Void Where Prohibited
Link: BLACKFIVE: Army Specialist Casey Sheehan - Someone You Should (Have) Know(n). The truth shall set you free. via MuD PHuD [Read More]

» Meet Casey Sheehan from Lifelike Pundits
Back from vacation, Michelle Malkin continues her reporting about the Sheehan saga. Today she tells her readers to focus on Casey Sheehan. Black Five gives a brief biography about Casey. To read it, click here. Hat Tip to Michelle Malkin.... [Read More]

» BLACKFIVE: Army Specialist Casey Sheehan - Someone You Should (Have) Know(n) from eCorry.com
BLACKFIVE: Army Specialist Casey Sheehan - Someone You Should (Have) Know(n) BLACKFIVE does some damn fine reporting. This will make you humbled that we have such men on the front lines: Casey Sheehan grew up in a devout Catholic home. He served a... [Read More]

» BLACKFIVE: Army Specialist Casey Sheehan - Someone You Should (Have) Know(n) from Electric Desert
BLACKFIVE: Army Specialist Casey Sheehan - Someone You Should (Have) Know(n) BLACKFIVE does some damn fine reporting. This will make you humbled that we have such men on the front lines: Casey Sheehan grew up in a devout Catholic home. He served a... [Read More]

» The Casey Sheehan we should know from Mike's Noise
It might be a little easier to forgive his mother's moonbat rantings if we all took some time to read this touching bio of Specialist Casey Sheehan over at Black Five's blog. As I've stated before, I don't have personal [Read More]

» Get to know Casey Sheehan from Tel-Chai Nation
Through Michelle Malkin, I found a profiling of army specialist Casey Sheehan, whose mother, the one and only Saint Cindy, shows little signs of actually loving [Read More]

» 101 Soldierly Thoughts. from Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys..
Having received lots of things today in email that had been ripped from bloggers with no attribution, so I thought I'd put 'em out there and give the bloggers some recognition... I may update this later, given the volume of... [Read More]

» Cindy.. Cindy.. Cindy… back from CA from Jennifer's Story
It appears that Cindy Sheehan has arrived back in Crawford, Texas again. To read the scoop, please click here. I am growing wearisome of “Cindymania” as Michelle Malkin put it on her blog. One thing that I am glad to report is that the... [Read More]

» Casey Sheehan.. a fallen hero… from Jennifer's Story
After visiting my blogroll for the day, Michelle Malkin pointed out an excellent article written on Casey Sheehan by Black Five. Please click below to visit it: http://www.blackfive.net/main/2005/08/army_specialist.html It is about time we start l... [Read More]

» It’s About Time from rightwingnation.com
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» Honoring The Son from Explicitly Ambiguous
After reading Patrick Sheehan’s comments about his son I found something that is definitely worth passing on. Blackfive has this: Army Specialist Casey Sheehan - Someone You Should (Have) Know(n) He was an incredible young man and he should b... [Read More]

» An Excellent Article about Casey Sheehan from PolitaKid
He sounds like a class act guy. It's a shame that his mother's actions have overshadowed his sacrifice. [Read More]

» An Excellent Article about Casey Sheehan from PolitaKid
He sounds like a class act guy. It's a shame that his mother's actions have overshadowed his sacrifice. [Read More]

» Sheehan-Bush Propaganda Fight from scoopstories
While bloggers including Michelle Malkin and others have complained about the media coverage and spinning of Cindy Sheehan and others in the anti-war movement, I wanted to pause to point out the propaganda from George Bush. As if it's not [Read More]

» Sheehan-Bush Propaganda Fight from scoopstories
While bloggers including Michelle Malkin and others have complained about the media coverage and spinning of Cindy Sheehan and others in the anti-war movement, I wanted to pause to point out the propaganda from George Bush. As if it's not [Read More]

» "Where My Chief Goes, I go"
Casey Sheehan
from Oblogatory Anecdotes
Thank you blackfive for helping us know more about this brave soul. He volunteered to go in and save the lives of his fellow troops. His death was not “meaningless”. He is a true hero. In the LDS scripture called The Doctrine and Covenants there is ... [Read More]

» "Where My Chief Goes, I go" from Oblogatory Anecdotes
Thank you blackfive for helping us know more about this brave soul. He volunteered to go in and save the lives of his fellow troops. His death was not “meaningless”. He is a true hero. In the New Testiment there is verse that describes the sacrifice... [Read More]

» The Question About Cindy Sheehan That I've Been Wa from The Hedgehog Blog
Rather than blast Ms. Sheehan, I think more Americans should know about who Casey Sheehan was. Start here. Even better, see what Blackfive posted a few days ago about Army Specialist Sheehan. [Read More]

» Carnival of the Revolutions, 29 August 2005 from OneFreeKorea
Welcome to the Carnival of the Revolutions edition for August 29th. Hosting next week's edition (Sept. 5) will be Thinking-East; next up (Sept. 12) is Quid Nimis. [Read More]

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