In the news:

July 13, 2023

Reservists Set to Deploy for Europe NATO Mission Following New Biden Order

“President Joe Biden signed an executive order Thursday that will allow the Pentagon to tap into reserve forces for deployment to Europe as part of its long-standing NATO mission on the continent.”

“The Pentagon said last year it increased the troop presence on the continent by about 20,000 troops as Russian President Vladimir Putin attempted to seize the country, bringing the total U.S. force in Europe to more than 100,000.”

July 13, 2023 UPI News

Biden authorizes military to order up reservists for active duty in Europe

“…only 450 being called up from the individual ready reserve mobilization category.”

The individual ready reserve consists of people who already completed an enlistment and have gone back to civilian life, but still have an inactive reserve commitment remaining. Ask your recruiter.


“A major difficulty in activating the IRR stems from the fact that many of its members, typically those from the junior enlisted ranks, are unaware that they are even in the military. This results from such members typically being informed that they are “discharged” upon release from active duty when in fact they have been transferred to the inactive reserves. To solve this situation, many military separation transition courses now spend additional time explaining the nature of the inactive reserve. As of 2005, the military also began to enact “IRR Musters” which were once a year occurrences where an IRR member would be required to report to a military base, confirm their personal and contact information, and sign acknowledgement paperwork that they were members of the IRR.”

Surely, a large number of volunteers will now be heading over to the recruiter’s office to enlist for NATO/Ukraine.

Alternative media continues to ask questions:

Politicians and TV networks prefer friendly interviews.

How are things going over at the recruiting office Vice President Pence?

July 14, 2023 Task & Purpose

What you need to know about Biden’s IRR executive order
Don’t freak out. Everything is (probably) going to be ok!


We were told we needed to send troops to Vietnam.

Syria, Lebanon, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc.

Some may have become skeptical along the way.


The Troops may be sent to distant lands to fight people who:

“…had never attacked the United States or even threatened to do so.”

May 27, 2021 Jacob G. Hornberger

The Lies of the National-Security State


Decades ago, Uncle Sam wanted people to sign up for the US Army to pay for college.

Recruiting is in a tough situation. What is the plan going forward?


In Denial – US Armed Forces Recruiting Crisis

Random Thoughts – Recruiting Crisis

Veterans Day Nonsense

Army Secretary Christine Wormuth

Hostile Forces in Distant Lands

Schmoozy Interview With The General – Recruiting Crisis

Decades after the lessons of Vietnam

We were told…

Boeing B-52 Stratofortress

Cultural Honesty

Candidate (Fill in last name)


How Do The Troops Defend The Constitution?

Not asking about the oath of enlistment. Asking about what happens after the oath has been taken.

Love to see newspeople interview elected officials and let us know how sending US Troops to Syria, Lebanon, Somalia, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Bosnia, etc., is somehow defending the constitution.

Look for newspeople and school teachers to ask zero questions in these areas.


Possibly of interest:

Below, are some random thoughts and questions newspeople will not ask. Our questions appear in bold type.

Was It A Fake War On Terror?








Symbol of a US Dept. of Defense that has a truly poor track record with undeclared wars. This record goes back to 1949, the year DOD was established.

Symbol of a US press that avoids asking questions.

Symbol of a culture that tells us The Troops are sent to distant lands to defend American freedoms.

“The National Military Establishment was renamed the “Department of Defense” on 10 August 1949…”