Ian O'Doherty is a columnist who writes for the Irish Independent. His "iSpy" column is published Monday to Thursday. On Fridays, O'Doherty publishes a rather more serious column containing his opinion on a chosen subject in "The World According to Ian O'Doherty."
Colonel Phil "Hands" Handley is credited with the highest speed air-to-air gun kill in the history of aerial combat. He flew operationally for all but 11 months of a 26-year career, in aircraft such as the F-86 Sabre, F-15 Eagle, and the C-130A Hercules.
Additionally, he flew 275 combat missions during two tours in Southeast Asia in the F- 4D and F-4E. His awards include 21 Air Medals, 3 Distinguished Flying Crosses, and the Silver Star.
Here is what Col. Handley wrote in response to Panetta and Dempsey's claims there was no time to send help to Benghazi.
The recent decision by the Director of the FBI not to press charges against Hillary Clinton should have come as no surprise for anyone who pays attention. All indications pointed to the gross mishandling and dissemination of classified information that could cause grave harm to the United States being swept aside to put her in the White House.
In this article, David W. Brown makes a compelling case for the efforts undertaken by the Framers of the US Constitution, specifically, the 2nd Ammendment in the Bill of Rights. This bill empowers the people of these United States and protect from the over reach of a federal government.