Hillary Clinton: Source of the Benghazi Video Lie
Yesterday we reported on the revelation that the White House made a conscious decision to blame the sacking of our Benghazi consulate on a silly and sparsely distributed internet video called Innocence of Muslims. In an email distributed by Ben Rhodes, senior policy makers, among them Susan Rice, are told to 1) blame the internet video for the violence, 2) deflect attention from greater | Read More »
The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House is the title of a book by Edward Klein that was first published May 15, 2012. The Google eBook synopsis of this publication says: “It’s amateur hour at the White House. So says New York Times bestselling author Edward Klein in his new political exposé The Amateur. Tapping into the public’s growing sentiment that President Obama is in | Read More »
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, 2016 presidential election
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Tech at Night: Insurance companies may attack innovation. A group even more absurd than Bitcoin zealots.
Remember during the height of the Edward Snowden media frenzy, how his defenders would dutifully parrot every word RT said about him? Here’s your great Snowden defender now. RT and Snowden are the enemies of liberty, peace, and the United States of America.
Bitcoin is the fantasy tool of ideologues, the 21st century version of Goldbuggery, but there turns out to be a group even more ridiculous than the Bitcoin zealots: TSA agents.
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, Driverless Cars
, Edward Snowden
, Emergency Broadcast System
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, Jim DeMint
, Retransmission Consent
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3 Generals, Sec. of Defense, Joint Chief of Staff – “Nail Obama & Clinton”
Three questions that haunt Christopher Stevens, Tyrone Woods, Glen Doherty and Sean Smith’s families and all Americans; (1) Did they know?, (2) When did they know?, and (3)Why didn’t they send help? So let’s back track to September 11, 2012 – we have 3 Generals, Sec. of Defense & a Joint Chief of Staff who just filled in the missing pieces about the Benghazi murders. | Read More »
Accomplices to Murder – Obama & Clinton???
The Benghazi murders have more twists and turns than a roller coaster – the one thing and most important thing about the massacres of our four brave Americans is this: the two key people in our Government, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were in charge. There’s no negotiating on that fact – it was their duty and responsibility to do whatever it takes to protect | Read More »
Obama & Hillary Can’t Run From Benghazi
Many times I have written about Obama and Hilary Clinton and their unadulterated worship of Saul Alinsky and his “Rules for Radicals.” There is one thing that wasn’t mentioned in my articles and that is securing the trust of the people. Obama and Hillary threw “trust” out the window thinking it unimportant. Obama’s first few years were smooth sailing for the youth, African Americans, Hispanics | Read More »
Tech at Night: Obama, the Democrats, and the Press use NSA and Target to distract from Obama’s failures.
It’s neat how the New York Times is dredging up an old NSA website as news. I guess it beats writing about Obamacare breakins or Benghazi.
And it’s interesting how Democrats don’t seem to want to dig into the Healthcare.gov or Benghazi failures but seem ready to blame Target for crimes against them.
So the Obama administration wants us to believe that taking gun databases from the states is legal, Healthcare.gov is legal, but NSA is illegal. Sure, buddy.
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Christie’s Bridgegate just as bad as Obama’s scandals
It’s been a week now since Chris Christie was forced to face the scandal that has come to be known as “Bridgegate.” And as the dust from this political payback has settled, heads have rolled and top people within his administration have been terminated thrown under the bus of political expediency. During the post-mortem of these events, an interesting colloquy has been developing within Conservative | Read More »
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Bridgegate vs. Benghazi
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” opens Charles Dickens’ famous novel, beginning the book’s powerful literary motif of doubles. This week, politics embraced the same thematic element, as the scandal with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called forth memories from Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi episode, despite the vast difference in severity. When news broke this week that Christie’s aides and political | Read More »
U.S. State Department Finally Confirms Terrorists Behind Benghazi Attacks
Just weeks after the New York Times’ asinine attempt to defend and cover up the Obama Administration’s disastrous response to the murder of four U.S. citizens, including our ambassador, in Benghazi, the U.S. State Department has now finally confirmed that “terrorist organizations” were behind the Benghazi attack.
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Politically Convenient President
They’re talking about income equality, poverty, unemployment extensions, the sun, the moon, global warming and all in between hoping that once again they can distract Americans from the real problems. Problems like murder in Benghazi, the Fast and Furious Gunrunner scam, spying on Americans, stealing taxpayer’s money, forcing a healthcare system on us that will cause and is causing financial and physical stress on millions | Read More »
Women Beware of HRC
Although Hillary Clinton is out trying to recoup the women’s votes she had in 2008, it might behoove her avid followers to review this woman’s sordid past. One can hide and run for a while but sooner or later the past does catch up with us. It’s not propaganda about the murders, suicides and accidental deaths of her business associates, bundlers and colleagues that plague | Read More »
Ethics in Journalism
It’s been an odd way to end the year, for sure. Several stories seem to be cropping up about now that call into question the standards and practices of journalism and what ethical lines are drawn in the profession. The very first job of a journalist is to inform the public of the truth. Truth is not subjective. Truth is not a point of view. | Read More »
Benghazi – Murders, Cover Ups and Smokescreens
Will the Benghazi murders of our four brave American men ever be solved? Probably not because the key players have snubbed their noses at Americans pretty much saying, “catch me if you can.” Darrell Issa has fallen prey to Washington politics anyway you cut it. This in no way means Darrell Issa has been a willing victim of our defunct judicial system, but it does | Read More »
Obama’s Bloody Shenanigans
After almost five years of the bloody Obama shenanigans one must wonder if the laws of our land actually protect Americans or just the crooks. Going back in time to April 2009 we sat back and watched Obama, Holder and Napolitano roll out the Fast and Furious Operation. What we do know according to the DOJ website is this: Obama funded the Fast and Furious | Read More »