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Diversity Over Discovery: Biden's War on Merit

Heather Mac Donald, City Journal May 7, 2021
 
EYE ON THE NEWS
Diversity Over Discovery
Biden’s war on merit puts America’s scientific edge at risk.
Heather Mac Donald
May 6, 2021 Politics and lawThe Social Order

President Joe Biden has now taken the push for “diversity” in STEM to a new level. His candidate to head the Department of Energy’s Office of Science, the largest funder of the physical sciences in the U.S., is a soil geologist at the University of California, Merced. She has no background in physics, the science of energy, or the energy sector. She has never held a position as a scientific administrator. The typical head of DOE’s Office of Science in the past has had managerial authority in the nation’s major physics labs and has been a physicist himself, Science reports. The new nominee’s only managerial experience consists of serving since 2020 as an interim associate dean of UC Merced’s graduate division.

Asmeret Asefaw Berhe is, however, a black female who has won “accolades for her work to promote diversity in science,” as Science puts it. Berhe would be the first black woman to head the $7 billion office, and that is reason enough, according to the diversity mantra, why she should oversee X-ray synchrotrons, the development of nuclear weapons, and ongoing research on nuclear fusion. Her nomination requires Senate confirmation; if Berhe will not commit to hiring and grantmaking on the basis of scientific expertise alone, irrespective of race and sex, senators should vote her appointment down.

 

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if we allow our country to be dominated by a group of folks who don't have the qualifications required to obtain excellence then ... it's the beginning of the end ...

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Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.

Proverbs 22:6 (NIV)

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On 5/7/2021 at 11:38 AM, JakeHolman said:

if we allow our country to be dominated by a group of folks who don't have the qualifications required to obtain excellence then ... it's the beginning of the end ...

This from a man who voted for Donald Trump.

 

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a total joke ... but again the Marxist state taking steps to crush its opposition while claiming it's defending democracy ... laughable ...

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truth is African chiefs built a fortune enslaving other Africans ... a little fact that is swept under the rug ... 

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the illegitimate occupant has trashed the American people with this travesty in the guise of compassion ... 

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Why I will not accept Joe Biden as president

Unwillingness to accept election result grows out of a level of outrage unlike anything previously experienced

By Newt Gingrich - - Monday, December 21, 2020
ANALYSIS/OPINION:

A smart friend of mine who is a moderate liberal asked why I was not recognizing Joe Biden’s victory.

The friend made the case that Mr. Biden had gotten more votes, and historically we recognize the person with the most votes. Normally, we accept the outcome of elections just as we accept the outcomes of sporting events.

So, my friend asked why was 2020 different?

Having spent more than four years watching the left #Resist President Donald Trump and focus entirely on undoing and undermining the 2016 election, it took me several days to understand the depth of my own feelings.

As I thought about it, I realized my anger and fear were not narrowly focused on votes. My unwillingness to relax and accept that the election grew out of a level of outrage and alienation unlike anything I had experienced in more than 60 years involvement in public affairs.

The challenge is that I — and other conservatives — are not disagreeing with the left within a commonly understood world. We live in alternative worlds.

The left’s world is mostly the established world of the forces who have been dominant for most of my life.

My world is the populist rebellion which believes we are being destroyed, our liberties are being cancelled and our religions are under assault. (Note the new Human Rights Campaign to decertify any religious school which does not accept secular sexual values — and that many Democrat governors have kept casinos open while closing churches though the COVID-19 pandemic.) We also believe other Democrat-led COVID-19 policies have enriched the wealthy while crushing middle class small business owners (some 160,000 restaurants may close).

In this context, let’s talk first about the recent past and the presidency.

In 2016, I supported an outsider candidate, who was rough around the edges and in the Andrew Jackson school of controversial assaults on the old order. When my candidate won, it was blamed on the Russians. We now know (four years later) Hillary Clinton’s own team financed the total lie that fueled this attack.

Members of the FBI twice engaged in criminal acts to help it along — once in avoiding prosecution of someone who had deleted 33,000 emails and had a subordinate use a hammer to physically destroy hard drives, and a second time by lying to FISA judges to destroy Gen. Michael Flynn and spy on then-candidate Donald Trump and his team. The national liberal media aided and abetted every step of the way. All this was purely an attempt to cripple the new president and lead to the appointment of a special counsel — who ultimately produced nothing.

Now, people in my world are told it is time to stop resisting and cooperate with the new president. But we remember that the Democrats wanted to cooperate with Mr. Trump so much that they began talking about his impeachment before he even took office. The Washington Post ran a story on Democrat impeachment plots the day of the inauguration.

In fact, nearly 70 Democratic lawmakers boycotted his inauguration. A massive left-wing demonstration was staged in Washington the day after, where Madonna announced she dreamed of blowing up the White House to widespread applause. These same forces want me to cooperate with their new president. I find myself adopting the Nancy Pelosi model of constant resistance. Nothing I have seen from Mr. Biden since the election offers me any hope that he will reach out to the more than 74 million Americans who voted for President Trump.

So, I am not reacting to the votes so much as to the whole election environment.

When Twitter and Facebook censored the oldest and fourth largest newspaper (founded by Alexander Hamilton) because it accurately reported news that could hurt Mr. Biden’s chances — where were The New York Times and The Washington Post?

The truth of the Hunter Biden story is now becoming impossible to avoid or conceal. The family of the Democrat nominee for president received at least $5 million from an entity controlled by our greatest adversary. It was a blatant payoff, and most Americans who voted for Mr. Biden never heard of it — or were told before the election it was Russian disinformation. Once they did hear of it, 17% said they would have switched their votes, according to a poll by the Media Research Center. That’s the entire election. The censorship worked exactly as intended.

Typically, newspapers and media outlets band together when press freedom is threatened by censorship. Where was the sanctimonious “democracy dies in darkness?” Tragically, The Washington Post is now part of the darkness.

But this is just a start. When Twitter censors four of five Rush Limbaugh tweets in one day, I fear for the country.

When these monolithic Internet giants censor the president of the United States, I fear for the country.

When I see elite billionaires like Mark Zuckerburg are able to spend $400 million to hire city governments to maximize turnout in specifically Democratic districts — without any regard to election spending laws or good governance standards — I fear for the country.

When I read that Apple has a firm rule of never irritating China — and I watch the NBA kowtow to Beijing, I fear for our country.

When I watch story after story about election fraud being spiked — without even the appearance of journalistic due diligence or curiosity — I know something is sick.

The election process itself was the final straw in creating the crisis of confidence which is accelerating and deepening for many millions of Americans.

Aside from a constant stream of allegations of outright fraud, there are some specific outrages — any one of which was likely enough to swing the entire election.

Officials in virtually every swing state broke their states’ own laws to send out millions of ballots or ballot applications to every registered voter. It was all clearly documented in the Texas lawsuit, which was declined by the U.S. Supreme Court based on Texas’ procedural standing — not the merits of the case. That’s the election.

In addition, it’s clear that virtually every swing state essentially suspended normal requirements for verifying absentee ballots. Rejection rates were an order of magnitude lower than in a normal year. In Georgia, rejection rates dropped from 6.5% in 2016 to 0.2% in 2020. In Pennsylvania, it went from 1% in 2016 to .003% in 2020. Nevada fell from 1.6% to .75%. There is no plausible explanation other than that they were counting a huge number of ballots — disproportionately for Mr. Biden — that normally would not have passed muster. That’s the election.

The entire elite liberal media lied about the timeline of the COVID-19 vaccine. They blamed President Trump for the global pandemic even as he did literally everything top scientists instructed. In multiple debates, the moderators outright stated that he was lying about the U.S. having a vaccine before the end of the year (note Vice President Mike Pence received it this week). If Americans had known the pandemic was almost over, that too was likely the difference in the election.

The unanimously never-Trump debate commission spiked the second debate at a critical time in order to hurt President Trump. If there had been one more debate like the final one, it likely would have been pivotal.

This is just the beginning. But any one of those things alone is enough for Trump supporters to think we have been robbed by a ruthless establishment — which is likely to only get more corrupt and aggressive if it gets away with these blatant acts.

For more than four years, the entire establishment mobilized against the elected president of the United States as though they were an immune system trying to kill a virus. Now, they are telling us we are undermining democracy.

You have more than 74 million voters who supported President Trump despite everything — and given the election mess, the number could easily be significantly higher. The truth is tens of millions of Americans are deeply alienated and angry.

If Mr. Biden governs from the left — and he will almost certainly be forced to — that number will grow rapidly, and we will win a massive election in 2022.

Given this environment, I have no interest in legitimizing the father of a son who Chinese Communist Party members boast about buying. Nor do I have any interest in pretending that the current result is legitimate or honorable. It is simply the final stroke of a four-year establishment-media power grab. It has been perpetrated by people who have broken the law, cheated the country of information, and smeared those of us who believe in America over China, history over revisionism, and the liberal ideal of free expression over cancel culture.

I write this in genuine sorrow, because I think we are headed toward a serious, bitter struggle in America. This extraordinary, coordinated four-year power grab threatens the fabric of our country and the freedom of every American.

• To read, hear and watch commentary by Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the House, visit Gingrich360.com.

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/dec/21/why-i-will-not-accept-joe-biden-as-president/

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Nolte: Gas Lines Return as Woke Deep State Fails to Stop Cyber Attack

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JOHN NOLTE

11 May 2021

Welcome to Jimmy Carter 2.0, to an America saddled with a failed president and a failed Deep State whose minions worry about everything except what actually matters.

The goddamned FBI and the goddamned CIA have one goddamned job, and that’s to protect our way of life. Period. And the fastest way to unravel our way of life — the most effective, deadly, and destructive way — is to interrupt the free flow of oil.

Therefore, outside of physical threats to American persons and property, the FBI and the CIA should be focused almost exclusively on ensuring the energy that keeps our way of life alive is not interrupted.

Well, once again, these feckless Deep Staters have failed. Instead of being focused on stopping a VERY successful cyber-attack on a crucial oil pipeline, these useless idiots have been focused on using the correct pronouns.

The buzzword is “intersectionality.”

Here’s what the Woketard CIA has been focused on these days:

 

And on top of orchestration a coup against former President Trump, it looks as though the FBI has been focused on the same.

The very last thing the institutions charged protecting our way of life should be worried about is any of this racist and divisive social justice garbage. It not only wastes their limited resources on nonsense, it skews institutional priorities to where damaging the American way of life sounds like a good thing. Like cosmic justice. Like a way to teach our evil country a lesson, a way to right wrongs.

Other than oxygen and sunlight, oil is the most important natural resource in the world. Without it we have nothing. No light, no food, no working hospitals, no heat, no air conditioning, and no way to make a living… And when the price of oil and gas increases, it affects the price of everything else, because oil is necessary to manufacture and transport everything. And who do you think these price spikes hurt most? It sure isn’t the wealthy, like Hunter Biden. No, it’s the working poor who are brutalized, because it’s the working poor who feel the ravages of inflation the most.

But now that the damage is done, now that the cyber-attack has succeeded, the question becomes what His Fraudulency Joe Biden and the Woketard CIA and FBI plan to do about it. This attack is without question only one of two things: if it from a foreign government, it is an act of war. If it came from an individual or a group not affiliated with a government, it is an act of terrorism.

There must be consequences, but with Biden, the CIA and FBI so focused on using the correct pronouns and hunting down anyone photographed in D.C. on January 6, I have zero faith anything will be done to discourage further attacks. I also believe the ongoing fecklessness from Biden, the CIA, and the FBI invited this attack.

These things didn’t happen under Trump, because the world knew Trump was not screwing around or worried about pronouns. He was dedicated to protecting our way of life and ensuring America was energy independent.

But then along comes Slow Joe, and what we get is the kind of weakness and appeasement that openly encourages this kind of aggression, and as will always be the case, it is our country’s most vulnerable who suffer the brunt of it.

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https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/05/11/nolte-gas-lines-return-as-woke-deep-state-fails-to-stop-cyber-attack/

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Look at the Mess Biden & Dems Have Made of Economy
Andy Puzder, FOX Business May 12, 2021

While the economy created an average of over 500,000 jobs from January through March (770,000 in March alone), that number dropped precipitously in April and the unemployment rate increased. No one should have been surprised.

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Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output... A steady rate of monetary growth at a moderate level can provide a framework under which a country can have little inflation and much growth. It will not produce perfect stability; it will not produce heaven on earth; but it can make an important contribution to a stable economic society.
 

Milton Friedman

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A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.

Luke 6:45 (NIV)

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Open Letter from Retired Generals and Admirals


Our Nation is in deep peril. We are in a fight for our survival as a Constitutional Republic like no other
time since our founding in 1776. The conflict is between supporters of Socialism and Marxism vs.
supporters of Constitutional freedom and liberty.


During the 2020 election an “Open Letter from Senior Military Leaders” was signed by 317 retired
Generals and Admirals and, it said the 2020 election could be the most important election since our
country was founded. “With the Democrat Party welcoming Socialists and Marxists, our historic way of
life is at stake.” Unfortunately, that statement’s truth was quickly revealed, beginning with the election
process itself.


Without fair and honest elections that accurately reflect the “will of the people” our Constitutional
Republic is lost. Election integrity demands insuring there is one legal vote cast and counted per
citizen. Legal votes are identified by State Legislature’s approved controls using government IDs,
verified signatures, etc. Today, many are calling such commonsense controls “racist” in an attempt to
avoid having fair and honest elections. Using racial terms to suppress proof of eligibility is itself a
tyrannical intimidation tactic. Additionally, the “Rule of Law” must be enforced in our election
processes to ensure integrity. The FBI and Supreme Court must act swiftly when election irregularities
are surfaced and not ignore them as was done in 2020. Finally, H.R.1 & S.1, (if passed), would destroy
election fairness and allow Democrats to forever remain in power violating our Constitution and
ending our Representative Republic.


Aside from the election, the Current Administration has launched a full-blown assault on our
Constitutional rights in a dictatorial manner, bypassing the Congress, with more than 50 Executive
Orders quickly signed, many reversing the previous Administration’s effective policies and regulations.
Moreover, population control actions such as excessive lockdowns, school and business closures, and
most alarming, censorship of written and verbal expression are all direct assaults on our fundamental
Rights. We must support and hold accountable politicians who will act to counter Socialism, Marxism
and Progressivism, support our Constitutional Republic, and insist on fiscally responsible governing
while focusing on all Americans, especially the middle class, not special interest or extremist groups
which are used to divide us into warring factions.


Additional National Security Issues and Actions:


• Open borders jeopardize national security by increasing human trafficking, drug cartels, terrorists
entry, health/CV19 dangers, and humanitarian crises. Illegals are flooding our Country bringing high
economic costs, crime, lowering wages, and illegal voting in some states. We must reestablish border
controls and continue building the wall while supporting our dedicated border control personnel.
Sovereign nations must have controlled borders.

• China is the greatest external threat to America. Establishing cooperative relations with the Chinese
Communist Party emboldens them to continue progress toward world domination, militarily,
economically, politically and technologically. We must impose more sanctions and restrictions to
impede their world domination goal and protect America’s interests.


• The free flow of information is critical to the security of our Republic, as illustrated by freedom of
speech and the press being in the 1st Amendment of our Constitution. Censoring speech and
expression, distorting speech, spreading disinformation by government officials, private entities, and
the media is a method to suppress the free flow of information, a tyrannical technique used in closed
societies. We must counter this on all fronts beginning with removing Section 230 protection from
big tech.


• Re-engaging in the flawed Iran Nuclear Deal would result in Iran acquiring nuclear weapons along
with the means to deliver them, thereby upsetting Mideast peace initiatives and aiding a terrorist
nation whose slogans and goals include “death to America” and “death to Israel” . We must resist the
new China/Iran agreement and not support the Iran Nuclear Deal. In addition, continue with the
Mideast peace initiatives, the “Abraham Accords,” and support for Israel.


• Stopping the Keystone Pipeline eliminates our recently established energy independence and causes
us to be energy dependent on nations not friendly to us, while eliminating valuable US jobs. We must
open the Keystone Pipeline and regain our energy independence for national security and economic
reasons.


• Using the U.S. military as political pawns with thousands of troops deployed around the U.S. Capitol
Building, patrolling fences guarding against a non-existent threat, along with forcing Politically
Correct policies like the divisive critical race theory into the military at the expense of the War
Fighting Mission, seriously degrades readiness to fight and win our Nation’s wars, creating a major
national security issue. We must support our Military and Vets; focus on war fighting, eliminate the
corrosive infusion of Political Correctness into our military which damages morale and war fighting
cohesion.


• The “Rule of Law” is fundamental to our Republic and security. Anarchy as seen in certain cities
cannot be tolerated. We must support our law enforcement personnel and insist that DAs, our
courts, and the DOJ enforce the law equally, fairly, and consistently toward all.


• The mental and physical condition of the Commander in Chief cannot be ignored. He must be able to
quickly make accurate national security decisions involving life and limb anywhere, day or night.
Recent Democrat leadership’s inquiries about nuclear code procedures sends a dangerous national
security signal to nuclear armed adversaries, raising the question about who is in charge. We must
always have an unquestionable chain of command.


Under a Democrat Congress and the Current Administration, our Country has taken a hard left turn
toward Socialism and a Marxist form of tyrannical government which must be countered now by
electing congressional and presidential candidates who will always act to defend our Constitutional
Republic. The survival of our Nation and its cherished freedoms, liberty, and historic values are at
stake.

We urge all citizens to get involved now at the local, state and/or national level to elect political
representatives who will act to Save America, our Constitutional Republic, and hold those currently in
office accountable. The “will of the people” must be heard and followed.


Signed by:
RADM Ernest B. Acklin, USCG, ret. 
MG Joseph T. Anderson, USMC, ret. 
RADM Philip Anselmo, USN, ret. 
MG Joseph Arbuckle, USA, ret. 
BG John Arick, USMC, ret. 
RADM Jon W. Bayless, Jr. USN, ret. 
RDML James Best, USN, ret. 
BG Charles Bishop, USAF, ret.
BG William A. Bloomer, USMC, ret. 
BG Donald Bolduc, USA, ret.
LTG William G. Boykin, USA, ret. 
MG Edward R. Bracken, USAF, ret.
MG Patrick H. Brady, MOH, USA, ret. 
VADM Edward S. Briggs, USN, ret. 
LTG Richard “Tex’ Brown III USAF, ret. 
BG Frank Bruno, USAF, ret.
VADM Toney M. Bucchi, USN, ret. 
RADM John T. Byrd, USN, ret. 
BG Jimmy Cash, USAF, ret. 
LTG Dennis D. Cavin, USA, ret. 
LTG James E. Chambers, USAF, ret. 
MG Carroll D. Childers, USA, ret. 
BG Clifton C. “Tip” Clark, USAF, ret. 
VADM Ed Clexton, USN, ret.
MG Jay Closner, USAF, ret
VADM John G. Cotton, USN (ret)
MG Tommy F. Crawford, USAF, ret. 
MG Robert E. Dempsey, USAF, ret. 
BG Phillip Drew, USAF, ret. 
MG Neil L. Eddins, USAF, ret. 
RADM Ernest Elliot, USN, ret.
BG Jerome V. Foust, USA, ret. 
BG Jimmy E. Fowler, USA, ret. 
RADM J. Cameron Fraser, USN, ret.
MG John T. Furlow, USA, ret. 
MG Timothy F. Ghormley, USMC, ret. 
MG Francis C. Gideon, USAF, ret. 
MG William A. Gorton, USAF, ret.
MG Lee V. Greer, USAF, ret. 
RDML Michael R. Groothousen, Sr., USN, ret.
BG John Grueser, USAF, ret. MG Kent H. Hillhouse, USA (ret)
MG Ken Hagemann, USAF, ret.
BG Norman Ham, USAF, ret. 
VADM William Hancock, USN, ret. 
LTG Henry J. Hatch, USA, ret. 
MG Harald G. Hermes, USAF (ret)
BG James M. Hesson, USA, ret.
MG Bill Hobgood, USA, ret.
BG Stanislaus J. Hoey, USA, ret. 
MG Bob Hollingsworth, USMC, ret. 
MG Jerry D. Holmes, USAF, ret. 
MG Clinton V. Horn, USAF, ret.
MG James P. Hunt, USAF, (ret) 
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VADM Paul Ilg, USN, ret. 
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MG William K. James, USAF, ret. 
LTG James H. Johnson, Jr. USA, ret. 
ADM. Jerome L. Johnson, USN, ret.
BG Charles Jones, USAF, ret.
BG Robert R. Jordan, USA, ret. 
RADML Herbert C. Kaler, USN, ret
BG Jack H. Kotter, USA, ret.
MG Anthony R. Kropp, USA, ret
BG Charles Kruse, ARNG, ret.. 
RADM Chuck Kubic, USN, ret. 
BG Jerry L. Laws, USA, ret. 
BG Douglas E. Lee, USA, ret. 
MG Vernon B. Lewis, USA, ret.
MG Thomas G. Lightner, USA, ret. 
MG James E. Livingston, USMC, ret. MOH 
MG John D. Logeman, USAF, ret.
MG Jarvis Lynch, USMC, ret. 
LTG Fred McCorkle, USMC, ret. 
MG Don McGregor, USAF, ret.
LTG Thomas McInerney, USAF, ret.
RADM John H. McKinley, USN, ret.
BG Michael P. McRaney, USAF, ret. 
BG Ronald S. Mangum, USA, ret.
BG James M. Mead, USMC, ret. 
BG Joe Mensching, USAF, ret. 
RADM W. F. Merlin, USCG, ret. 
RADM (L) Mark Milliken, USN, ret. 
MG John F. Miller, USAF, ret. 
RADM Ralph M. Mitchell, Jr. USN, ret. 
MG Paul Mock, USA. ret.
BG Daniel I. Montgomery, USA, ret.,RADM John A. Moriarty, USN, ret.,
RADM David R. Morris, USN, ret.
MG James H. Mukoyama, Jr. USA, ret 
RADM Bill Newman, USN, ret. 
BG Joe Oder, USA, ret. 
MG O’Mara, USAF, ret. 
MG Joe S. Owens, USA, ret.
VADM Jimmy Pappas, USN, ret. 
LTG Garry L. Parks, USMC, ret. 
RADM Russ Penniman, RADM, USN, ret.
RADM Leonard F. Picotte, ret. 
VADM John Poindexter, USN, ret.
RADM Ronald Polant, USCG, ret. 
MG Greg Power, USAF, ret. 
RDM Brian Prindle, USN, ret. 
RADM J.J. Quinn, USN, ret. 
LTG Clifford H. Rees, Jr. USAF, ret.
RADM William J. Ryan, USN (ret)
RADM Norman T. Saunders, USCG, ret. 
MG Richard V. Secord, USAF, ret. 
RADM William R. Schmidt, USN, ret.
LTG Hubert Smith, USA, ret.
MG James N. Stewart, USAF, ret. 
RADM Thomas Stone, USN., ret. 
BG Joseph S. Stringham, USA, ret. 
MG Michael Sullivan, USMC, ret. 
RADM (U) Jeremy Taylor, USN, ret. 
LTG David Teal, USAF, ret. 
VADM Howard B. Thorsen, USCG, ret. 
RADM Robert P. Tiernan, USN, ret. 
LTG Garry Trexler, USAF, ret. 
BG James T. Turlington, M.D., USAF, ret.
BG Richard J. Valente, USA ret. 
MG Paul Vallely, USA, ret.
MG Russell L. Violett, USAF, ret. 
BG George H. Walker, Jr. USAR Corp of Engineers, ret. 
MG Kenneth Weir, USMCR, ret. 
BG William O. Welch, USAF, ret. 
MG John M. White, USAF, ret.
MG Geoffrey P. Wiedeman, JR. USAF, ret. 
MG Richard O. Wightman, Jr., USA, ret. 
RADM Denny Wisely, USN, ret.
RADM Ray Cowden Witter, USN, ret

LTG John Woodward, ret.

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