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» Morons attack UNC, N.C. State ROTC Buildings from EagleSpeak
Over the decades, thousands of outstanding young men and women have passed through the doors of the ROTC buildings at Chapel Hill and in Raleigh. Men and women of character, courage and conviction. The slimeballs who marred the exterior of those buil... [Read More]

» ROTC buildings vandalized at two NC colleges from Sister Toldjah
Via the Raleigh News and Observer: Vandals staged attacks early Wednesday on the buildings used by the Reserve Officers Training Corps at N.C. State University and UNC-Chapel Hill, echoing similar assaults on three Triangle recruiting stations l... [Read More]

» AN ATTACK ON THE ROTC from Michelle Malkin
The anti-military punks are at it again. This has got to stop. (Hat tip: Sister Toldjah) Via the Raleigh News and Observer: Vandals staged attacks early Wednesday on the buildings used by the Reserve Officers' Training Corps at N.C. State... [Read More]

» AN ATTACK ON THE ROTC from Michelle Malkin
The anti-military punks are at it again. Reader Nora. A. e-mailed me photos of vandalism yesterday at UNC-Chapel Hill's ROTC armory taken by her son, an ROTC cadet on campus: This has got to stop. (Hat tip: Sister Toldjah) Via... [Read More]

» Tolerance from Publius Rendezvous
Such sickening displays of protests illustrate the tolerance of our friends and colleagues on the left side of the aisle. Whether or not more mainstream liberals and Democrats condone such perverted antics matters not for th... [Read More]

» Support the Troops? from The Indepundit
TWO ROTC BUILDINGS at UNC Chapel Hill and N.C. State University have were hit by vandals Wednesday morning, the News and Observer reports. Lt. Col. Carol Ann Redfield of the Army ROTC program at N.C. State was caught off guard.... [Read More]

» ROTC Attacked from Stop The ACLU
Im joining Indepundit, Black Five, Sister Toldjah, Michelle Malkin, and California Conservative in their outrage of this. Vandals staged attacks early Wednesday on the buildings used by the Reserve Officers Training Corps at N.C. Stat... [Read More]

» Seditious Vandals at UNC from Alpine Summit
Obvious comments about freedom-hating hippies aside, why didn't they vandalize the Air Force door? [Read More]

» Support the Troops? from The Indepundit
TWO ROTC BUILDINGS at UNC Chapel Hill and N.C. State University have were hit by vandals Wednesday morning, the News and Observer reports. Lt. Col. Carol Ann Redfield of the Army ROTC program at N.C. State was caught off guard.... [Read More]

» Military Hating College Intellectuals Strike Again from Random Thoughts Of Yet Another Military Member
First, It was in my backyard in Santa Cruz, now the brainiac college socialists/hippies strike again at UNC! Photos courtesy of Blackfive Just one question for the intellectuals, who asked you to fight? I know I didnt nor would even want ... [Read More]

» Thursday Reading from Most Certainly Not
Welcome Daily Kos readers...how appropriate that a quote about crazies would bring you here since when I think about crazies, many of those who comment at Daily Kos spring to mind. I am in the throes of grading hell, so [Read More]

» We Support the Troops, Not the War from The Jawa Report
More & more.... [Read More]

» NC State ROTC Building Vandalized from Outside The Beltway | OTB
Michelle Malkin is blogging on another attack on a campus ROTC program, this time at the unlikely venue of North Carolina State University. From the Raleigh News and Observer: Vandals staged attacks early Wednesday on the buildings used by the Reserve ... [Read More]

» When cowards attack: no not UC Santa Cruz, UNC this time from DPGI v.2
BLACKFIVE: University of North Carolina ROTC Armory Vandalized Ya gotta love the cowardly approach the anti-war kiddies take. Weve seen it with the SAW/bicyle-mask mafia group at UC Santa Cruz and now these hit-and-run children. The funny thing ab... [Read More]

» Unclear on the 'all volunteer' concept from Pajamas Media
Last week, organizers of the organization Students Against War chased military recruiters from the University of California's Santa Cruz campus. This week, overt student-animosity toward the military takes place on the other coast--in the form of graff... [Read More]

» ROTC Buildings Vandalized in North Carolina from The Sandbox
Looks like some peace activists decided to show their opposition to the war by vandalizing a couple of ROTC buildings in North Carolina. The Raleigh News and Observer has the story. Here are a couple pictures sent by Nora, who [Read More]

» Makes me Sick. from Not Exactly Rocket Science
First of all, it's vandalism, plain and simple. Second, it's a felony to deface a beautiful historic building. I walked/rode by this building every day for 6 years, and it was always a pleasure to see the young men and... [Read More]

» Of Bed Wetters and Spray Paint from justbarkingmad.com
Oh those little rapscallions are at it again!  Looks like some more progressive college students have taken it upon themselves to spread the word of tolerance and diversity by vandalizing some ROTC buildings at North Carolina State University, and UNC... [Read More]

» More college kids having fun from Neptunus Lex
Blackfive has the story of a hilariously revealing protest at the ROTC building at UNC - one graffito: We wont fight your wars. Yeah. We know. ... [Read More]

» ROTC attack from CDR Salamander
Well, kind of. Really lame when you think about it....but fun to blog about anyway. [Read More]

» The Night They Burned Down The ROTC Building from Committees of Correspondence
This is really a portion of a post I wrote last fall called. "Things Are Not Always As They Seem But when I read Michelle Malkin's article" MORE RECRUITERS UNDER ATTACK" and "University of North Carolina ROTC Armory Vandalize"d by BLACKFIVEI could n... [Read More]

» Note to Liberals: You hate the troops from Tonyr's Blog
The American left has been very vocal in voicing their hatred for the war on terror and the war in Iraq in particular. When confronted by Americans who question their patriotism, they spew the following bilge: "I support the troops, but not the missi... [Read More]

» UC President Robert Dynes keeps his job after pay from Cake or Death
Some California voters might want to read this before falling into the trap the election commercials are setting for them. You get those weepy teachers saying vote for this Democrat because he'll fully fund education; vote for this Democrat because h... [Read More]

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