Free trade Utopianism renders U.S. dependent on Russian helicopters
But have you seen how cheap are a pair of outsourced Levi jeans at the Mall of America? A conversation with Russian President Dmitri Medvedev last March over a live microphone, that our President thought private, famously revealed Barack Obama asking for Tsar Putin’s patience on arms negotiations since a re-elected Obama would have more “flexibility” to sell out U.S. national security on armaments after | Read More »
With flexible natural born Democrats like Obama, who needs a Manchurian candidate
But oh by the way, he killed Osama bin Laden Hearing President Barack Obama caught on an open mike ensuring his Russian counterpart, in a conversation meant to be in strictest confidence, that Tsar Putin could count on “flexibility” after the election on many issues, “particularly missile defense”, reminded us of debates past concerning the assimilation of immigrants and enhanced expectations of patriotism for “natural born” | Read More »
Will Monrobama Doctrine let Russian bombers land in Georgias?
Or will he insist on O’Hare? The supposed second coming of JFK, too tired for classy diplomacy with our closest ally and too busy planning a fundamentally changed America four years from now to address the present banking and credit crisis, will soon be confronted with his very own Cuban Missile Crisis: Russia could use bases for its strategic bombers on the doorstep of the | Read More »
Russian death rattle to echo off Panamanian canal walls
Originally published by Mike gamecock DeVine as Legal Editor for The Minority Report Many of the terminally ill that are diagnosed in time; physically fit to travel; and able to liquidate large amounts of their assets, cash in their pensions and throw one last blow out party before the Grim Reaper arrives. Some even take world tours and resort to risk-taking criminal behavior, given that | Read More »