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Neil Armstrong Couldn’t afford Life Insurance

October 23rd, 2012

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Challenger – Amazing Free-Flying Bald Eagle

September 12th, 2012    

This  is Great!  Enjoy the  show!!!
Read  the message, turn on your speakers and click on  the link below — Beautiful

Please  take the time to watch the whole video.  It will make your  day.
YOU’LL  ENJOY THIS AMAZING BIRD!  Read the narrative before viewing.

Music video featuring a special free-flying Bald  Eagle named ‘Challenger’ (in honor of the lost space shuttle crew) cared for by the non-profit American Eagle Foundation (AEF).

He’s a ‘human-socialized’ bird accidentally raised by the people who rescued him – after being blown from a wild  Louisiana nest in a storm as a baby in the late 1980s. Declared ‘non-releasable’ by federal and state wildlife  authorities, he was trained by the AEF to perform educational free-flight  demonstrations at high profile public  events.

He’s the first Bald Eagle in U.S.  History that learned to free-fly into stadiums,  arenas and ballrooms during the singing of the Star Spangled Banner. The celebrity eagle has  appeared at numerous major sporting events like  the World Series, Pro-Bowl, All-Star game, BCS  National Championship, Fiesta Bowl, Men’s Final Four, etc.

Challenger has also flown before 4  U.S. Presidents!

His life story is told in a children’s storybook titled ‘Challenger, America’s Favorite Eagle.
Turn on your speakers and click on link below.

Challenger – Amazing Free-Flying  Bald  Eagle 

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National Anthem. “For the young at heart.”

September 12th, 2012    

Watch this young singing Star belt out our national anthem with great enthusiasm

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Navy Ships and New Plane

September 9th, 2012    

Beautiful pictures

Carrier Groups

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The American People are Not Getting The Right Information.

August 23rd, 2012    

Look a little further than just what you’re not being told:

It’s a beautiful world we live in. We are truly blessed. Now, let’s see what we can do about that. I heard a “Don’t worry about it… you can’t help any of us!” What a sad thought. And that came at a time when I was already discouraged. It happened just last week as a matter of fact. I intend to research the German economy in the early1920’s. History repeats itself. We are standing at the door of hyper inflation.

With the de-industrialization of our country during the 1990’s, we saw the collapse of many companies. The evaporation of jobs and then the growth of government services. What has become a walk, can soon become a crawl. Roughly 20 years of soft war has hardened us to the death and maiming. The only solace as to the cost of it all, is that the violence has stayed out of our country.

With the current rate of cocaine and heroin consumption in the United States it’s a wonder the banking system is still functioning. Being able to find traces of “nose candy” on every US note in circulation tells a story of its own. Fighting the Mexican Cartels with bean bags ( US border agent killed) War is not a game! Give me a break. Believe me, there was a reason for the need of of “Fast and Furious” by the Justice Department. (Really ATF)

So what are the facts? Some say the US has put almost a Trillion dollars into Mexico to fight the drug war in the last 6 years. Now after their election, the Cartels have Public Relations groups putting out press releases to the newspapers. They print them because they have had close to 50 reporters killed. The most recent, a US journalist student in Mexico for the summer.


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New Memo Pad Post

August 23rd, 2012    

This is another feature of AmericaAndMe.Org. I have found that I have to work in this manner to accomplish anything. If my thoughts become disconnected please bear with me. I find I have a tendency to stray off dead center on subjects because of influences. Please accept these thoughts as part of the puzzle we are working our way through. I think over time we will build an interesting Big picture. “America is preparing for it’s proudest moment.”

TRK Founder

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In Your Face

June 14th, 2012    

I am so blessed to be an American by birth, and a veteran by choice. I feel very strongly about our Veterans. If it were possible I would do everything I could to see they all were given the right to 2 votes per election. Believe me, they truly realize the meaning of freedom.

While activities were underway in Iraq the majority of IED’s were made up of stockpiled Iraqi munitions that had been stored in sand bunkers during the war. They also used ordinance stolen from U.S. convoys, or other sources. The toll was heavy from IEDs initially, but with adding additional armor and improving vehicles it became less devastating. Moving on to Afghanistan presented another issue.

Munitions were more difficult to assemble. More primitive by nature, this virtually barren country has little, other than farming as local income. Farming there requires fertilizer which is not readily available. The U.S. has over the past 20 to 30 years given aid to Pakistan, developing fertilizer facilities, and helping to terrace and irrigate most all of the farmland in that country. The locals have since built plants in their country with other available sources from the general area. A local fertilizer Manufacturer, PAKARAB, one of the countries largest, is the only producer of calcium ammonium nitrate in Pakistan. Pakarab operates 2 factories in Punjab province, the larger of which is on the outskirts of Multan. (Is there a picture starting to develop?) 32 87

The shortage of fertilizer in Afghanistan has meant that smuggling has long been a normal practice. The bomb making material (chloride ammonium nitrate) known as CAN is often trucked into Afghanistan after being repackaged as harmless fertilizer, or smuggled under loads of other goods at checkpoints along the border. Bribes take place on a regular basis by crossing guards. Over a year ago 200 sacks of ammonium nitrate were dug up in Helmand province. The sacks that were partially buried showed they were made by Pakarab. In the spring of 2012, as much as 480,000 pounds of fertilizer had been reported stolen in Pakistan. Just last month over 1,000 pounds was confiscated in a truckload of sacked potatoes at a border crossing. 6472

A U.S. expert has stated that a 110 lb sack of fertilizer can yield from 2 to 4 bombs, depending on them being used for targeting vehicles or infantry troops on foot patrols. Given that the company Pakarab produced 350,000 metric tons of CAN in 2010 alone, over 140,000 bombs could have been made during that period. The production increased by 20% in the past year. Serious talks have been under way about adding die to indicate that the fertilizer product is CAN, to make it more identifiable. Calcium Ammonium Nitrate makes up only 10% of all fertilizer manufactured in Pakistan, while it accounts for most of the product output by the Pakarab plant in Multan. 52 95 (let’s try painting by numbers)

Thus far, there have been as many as 1000 deaths already, and more that 8,000 wounded. With 80% of the bombs in Afghanistan made by fertilizer produced in Pakistan by Pakarab, in Punjab province, on the outskirts of Multan, it would seem there is an obvious pattern here. By the way, the explosives work well on dissident factions inside Pakistan as well. (Shall we try connecting the dots now?)

Being a publicly traded company, Pakarab, has hired BNY Mellon to help it become the first Pakistani company to sell shares on the U.S. stock market. (AMERICA, WAKE UP) 9328

Timothy McVay, helped the American people figure out a few things about fertilizer. He used the same product at the Federal building in Oklahoma City some 15 years ago. But the important thing is what he taught us, was about what he had learned from our military. So in a land far away, it has to be learned all over, body by body. The price of war among friends. 7381

The rebirth of America, our great republic, by the men and women of our country.


AP IMPACT: Pakistani fertilizer fuels Afghan bombs”

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States Rights -Alabama Immigration Law

June 2nd, 2012    

Alabama has retained the Illegal alien bill passed and signed by the Governor last year with the recent re write of certain provisions. Five other states, including Mississippi, Arizona, and Indiana have bills that have held up so far. The following link is to the revised Alabama Bill:

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Donations to America and Me

June 2nd, 2012    

America And Me is still in it’s infancy. We are growing as fast as possible. What will help us expand our coverage and services at this time is donations. If you feel we are on the right track and can provide a place for Americans to gather, voice opinions, and grow by knowing more of the real problems we are facing, we truly can use your support.

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Tex R. Kline

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May 29, 2012 – UN: Most of 108 Killed in Syria Were Executed

June 1st, 2012    

BEIRUT – The U.N.’s human rights office said Tuesday that most of the 108 victims of a massacre in Syria last week were shot at close range, some of them women, children and entire families gunned down in their own homes. Associated Press| by Ben Hubbard and Frank Jordans

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