On January 7, 2022, an Army court-martial panel (jury) comprised of 2 Lieutenant Colonels and 6 Command Sergeants Major found Sergeant First … [Read more...] about SFC Robert Nicoson found not guilty of all allegations, case dismissed
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On December 22, 2021, United American Patriots CEO, David "Bull" Gurfein, appeared as a guest on Dan Ball's Real America television show on One … [Read more...] about UAP featured on OANN’s Real America with Dan Ball
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Written by J.M. Phelps and originally published by American Family News A committee within the Louisiana Republican Party is arguing that … [Read more...] about American Family News: Soldiers ‘left behind’ by politics deserving of amnesty, says GOP group
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Dear Patriots, Thank you for supporting United American Patriots and defending America’s soldiers, sailors, and Marines. Each year on the … [Read more...] about #GivingTuesday: Will you help us meet our critical end-of-year goal?