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"SGT P" is a 10-year veteran of the US Army, who served as an Infantryman with the Rakkasans in the Gulf War. He lives in the south with his wife of 27 years and owns a small business. He spends his free time riding motorcycles, diving, and working like a slave for Chop.
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Breaking News: Person of Interest in Custody in shooting at Westminster, CO dental office that left two adults and two children injured

Westminster, Colorado Westminster Police Department in Colorado announced that a person of interest was taken into custody at approximately 6pmContinue Reading

Op/Ed Politics

“Words Mean Things” – Empty promises from a politician running against a Navy SEAL

As a combat-decorated veteran of the first Gulf War, you would think that this is the paragraph where I throw down the “Veteran Card” and launch into a diatribe of “He is attacking a Veteran…” and “How DARE he say such things about a hero.”  Well…I am beyond that.  Crenshaw’s record speaks loudly for itself.

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Running the Distance. Leading from the front. Rebuilding Houston – Dan Crenshaw, Candidate for US House CD-2 (Texas) to run 100 miles through district to raise money for Harvey rebuilding

Dan believes in overcoming all odds and he knows that Texans do also. After an IED explosion in Afghanistan took his right eye, he deployed two more times; a true testament to his grit and dedication to his country.

Op/Ed Politics

Retired Navy SEAL, wounded warrior, throws his hat into the ring for Texas District 2 Congressional Race

Dan also spoke about the concept of “Leaders always eat last,” alluding to the common practice of effective leaders always taking care of their troops first, before taking care of themselves.  He said that he would use this principle in Congress for his District constituents.