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Lt. Colonel Scheller trapped in Wonderland by a fool cat and ugly queen.

TEXAS: Lt. Colonel Stuart Scheller was deployed six times to Afghanistan. He served honorably and performed his sworn duty to God and Country. As much as his commitment to his fellow countrymen was executed well,  as any man who served will tell you, is that he made his Mama and Daddy proud. (Soldiers of Valor: ...

Evil, Good, Biden, Scheller, Niemoller

Patrick Henry to Stuart Scheller: Freedom the cost of speaking against evil

The cost of freedom means speaking against evil, even if that evil is your government. And if the price of doing so includes loss of employment, losing all freedom, even death–it is worth that cost to courageous people. Because without standing up for the cause of good over the cause of evil, evil will win. ...

No longer seeking a few good men – any old male-like morph will do

TEXAS: The Marine Corps. is no longer seeking a few good men. Instead what we have is one good man. And he is being attacked by a bunch of bad men. Bad men giving new meaning to the term “mean green.” The same men have taken much from the esprit de corps. The good man ...

MacArthur, Mitchell, Scheller, Soldiers, Valor

Soldiers of Valor: Generals Billy Mitchell, MacArthur, Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller

TEXAS: What do Colonel Billy Mitchell, Lt. Colonel Stuart Scheller, and even General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, have in common? They all recognized incompetency in the ranks, not below them, but above them. Billy Mitchell and Douglas MacArthur stood within military law with their concerns for God and country. But their obligations were to ...

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The Pentagon purge begins: US Marine Lt. Col. Scheller thrown in the brig

WASHINGTON. The loyalty of the U.S. military services to the United States Constitution, the government, and its people is legendary. And despite its abuse by civilian authority, our military has never staged a coup – not yet. Fox News reports US Marine Corps Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller now cools his heels in a Camp Lejeune ...