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» University of Washington Doesn't Like Black Sheep from The Jump Blog
As a kid I loved Robert Conrad's portrayal of Pappy Boyington in Baa Baa Black Sheep. It would appear that many of the younger (and more clueless) residents of my state don't share my enthusiasm. As reported by World Net Daily the utterly ignorant Univ... [Read More]

» Congressional Medal of Honor recipient not the sort of person UW wanted to produce from Sister Toldjah
The University of Washingtons student senate has rejected a memorial for Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Gregory Pappy Boyington. Why? WND has the details: The University of Washingtons student senate rejected a... [Read More]

» Rich White Male Kills 26 Japanese Tourists from Small Town Veteran
... I wonder if it's occurred to any of the spoiled brats at al-UW that if not for men like Greg Boyington half of this country would be speaking German today and the other half Japanese. Some days I wonder if we shouldn't have just given the Japs the ... [Read More]

» The University of Washington: Umm.. whats a most derogatory comment? from Pirates! Man Your Women!
Via BLACKFIVE Students reject honor to Baa B ... [Read More]

» THE FIGHT OVER PAPPY BOYINGTON from Michelle Malkin
There's a storm brewing at the University of Washington, where students have rejected a proposed memorial to one of the school's bravest military heroes. WND has the write-up, first noted by my good friend, stalwart conservative KVI talk show... [Read More]

» Pappy Boyington from The Scratching Post
NOT THE KIND OF PERSON THEY WANT TO PRODUCE?!? What a pack of ignorant, pampered over-indulged, ignorant morons! Get out and see the world, you creeps. The walkways of your arrogant university are paved with the brave deeds of the men and women wh... [Read More]

» A Hero Denied from Flopping Aces
All I have to say is maybe these dummies are right. Why would this school so full of god hating, America hating, pimple faces cowards want this guy enshrined at their school. Isnt there some rave parties to attend or something? ... [Read More]

» University of Washington should honor 'Pappy' Boyington from The Rule of Reason
I've posted the text of an open letter I've composed for USMC veterans to sign in regards to the recent decision by the University of Washington's student government to quash a proposal to erect a monument to "Pappy" Boyington, a Marine Corps [Read More]

» Clearly Not A Good Example Of The Sort Of People We Want To Produce from The Laughing Wolf
Gregory "Gramps/Pappy" Boyington was a drunk, a braggart, a liar, and more -- all of which are things he owned up to being. He would be the first to admit that he was not a nice person and very honest... [Read More]

» UW student to apologize from Righty in a Lefty State
The waves expanding from the University of Washington Student Senate rejection of a memorial to "Pappy" Boyington have been interesting to follow. [Read More]

» A Real Hero from Mind of Mog
This past Sunday I watched one TV show and it wasnt Desperate Housewives. It was Oliver Norths War Stories and this week it was on the attack on Pearl Harbor. It brought back memories when I first heard in depth about the attack from peo... [Read More]

» Pappy Boyington from Politics of a Patriot
It was proposed to the Student Senate at the University of Washington to erect a memorial in honor of Lt Col Boyington. Not surprisingly, the Student Senate denied the proposal. Somewhat shocking, however, was the coldness that it was denied with. [Read More]

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