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StatueLiberty-FlagWhen some people in the public arena open their mouths and blurt out "America is an empire!" they spit in the faces of the troops. And insult all Americans. America is not an empire. It is ignorant to say so. And it is tiring to hear public figures repeat it without thinking.

MediaFalsity2December 15, 2011-  The liberal media was the troops' adversary throughout the entire Iraq war and has no place in now worrying about the final troops returning home and needing to get plugged back in to work and life here at home. The troops can rely on those who have been with them all the way, and do not need those who intentionally did them harm during the war.

Throughout the war the liberal media did everything it could to undermine the troops' mission. They were as fast as our enemies to jump to conclusions against the troops, and first to offer excuses for our adversaries. They promoted a culture of lack of support at home, which caused many companies to do nothing for the troops out of fear that they would offend a few customers and lose a sale.

For many companies a dollar became more important than American moral loyalty. They hung out the red, white and blue on the 4th, but did nothing of practical value for those who the 4th of July honors. Not much on independent thought, the uniform story across all of the liberal commentators, media outlets, channels, shows, commentators, and hosts, activated nothing in the form of tangible support for the troops during the conflict. This storyline caused a chilling effect among most of America's major public companies. In fact one grocery store chain with stores in Florida declined to even put up an advertisement on their community bulletin boards telling their customers about a way to show their support for and provide assistance to the deployed troops.

December 27, 2011
focusfactor-side_1$425,072.88  worth of product is heading to troops in Afghanistan.  And $135,388.77 worth of product is heading to military families here at home.  That's a lot of vitamin brainpower!   Thank you!
JACKSON-NLIC-RGBIn November 2011, Jackson National Life Insurance Company® (Jackson) donated $20,000 to Support Our Troops® to fund morale and well-being efforts for the deployed troops. The partnership began earlier this year when Jackson announced that a portion of the savings from its Green Delivery program would benefit Support Our Troops®.
GenieBra1December 15, 2011 -  17% of the soldiers carrying guns out there to protect us are women. They live outside the wire, many times in tents and very often without running water for months at a time. In fact feminine products is a key thing that heads to Afghanistan in care packages.
BrownieSmilesDecember 8, 2011: 4,872 cans of delicious tasty highly sought after honey roasted peanuts. Brand spanking new and now on their way to the troops in Afghanistan. Exactly the kind of treat welcomed by our brave men and women serving overseas.  This is going to make their day! And all thanks to the Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline! They offered them to the local people during their sale.  The good people of Danville bought them for the troops. They got them to SOT, and we are getting them to the troops who are out there protecting all of us. "Smiles & thanks all around from Girl Scouts of Virginia Skyline!" says Arlene Wilhelm. "And thanks to Dodson Distributing in Danville, VA, and SupportOurTroops.Org for helping get our 'Care to Share' honey roasted peanuts to military servicewomen and men. It wouldn't have been possible for us to complete our council wide service project without their commitment and dedication to helping us and our customers show our appreciation to our military troops through this donation." Did you know? The Girl Scouts of the USA has a long proud history of supporting our country and our military through service since their founding 95 years ago on March 12, 1912. Upon America's entry into World War I, Girl Scouts everywhere volunteered their services working in hospitals, staffing railroad station canteens, collecting peach pits for gas masks, growing vegetables, and selling bonds. In fact, Girl Scouts sold war bonds in 1918 totaling $9,174,000. During World War II Girl Scouts nationwide stuck to their jobs with a focus of 'Girl Scouts is Defense." They held Defense Institutes, collected rubber and scrap metal for the war effort, logged over 48,000 hours on farms under the Farm Aid program, and were "Volunteers for Victory" cooperating with local organizations and agencies in support of the war effort. Even today Girl Scouts support America's servicemembers through letters, supplies, cookies, collecting items for wounded soldiers and their families, and more. USA Girl Scouts overseas, with headquarters in Europe and Japan since 1951, serves the daughters of military personnel forward deployed in those respective locations giving direct support to their soldiers and their families. Each year on Memorial Day and Veterans Day, Girl Scouts clean headstones and place flags on the graves of our fallen soldiers who are buried in American Cemeteries Overseas. This is a real hands on lessons for girls on the sacrifice so many have made for our country. Thank you Girl Scouts!