USS Stonewall Jackson

This was my first submarine: the USS Stonewall Jackson (SSBN–634).

It was named during a period of our history when it was neither politically incorrect nor controversial to name a ballistic missile submarine after an honorable Confederate General.

Will Time magazine put this photo of a starving Venezuelan on its cover, too?

This is “Democratic Socialism” in action. This is what progressives want for the US?

Sometimes, photos shock the conscience.

Such as this one, from a little town in northeast Venezuela called Cantaura, posted on Twitter by a young Venezuelan woman, Stephanie Nogales:

Nogales, who posted it, says it is real. Which is why it’s so shocking. How could this exist? How could someone be so alone and forsaken and without food? That there is actually someone in our hemisphere who walks the earth in that emaciated condition, brought on by weeks and weeks of no food, a living skeleton, so utterly impoverished of flesh and clothes it’s impossible to tell if the person is a man or woman, is truly terrible. It should be on the cover of Time, Newsweek and every major media publication to call attention to a terrible humanitarian crisis less than 1,000 miles from our border.

Texas teenager attacked on video for wearing Make America Great Again hat

A 16-year-old boy has been verbally abused and assaulted at a restaurant for wearing one of Donald Trump’s trademark “Make America Great Again” hats.

The ordeal, which took place in San Antonio, was caught on camera and has been widely shared.

The clip shows an unidentified suspect chucking a drink in Hunter Richard’s face while saying “you ain’t supporting s***” before leaving the restaurant with his red hat.