Fruits Of Obama Foreign Policy.
Absolutely incredible! Our first Moslem President has made the ineptitude of the Carter years look like sheer genius. How is it that someone, who is supposedly so tuned-in to all things Moslem, can misread the entire Middle East for so long?. Unless by purposeful intent, which I suspect is more truth than fiction, denigrating and denying our allies and giving aid and comfort to our | Read More »
Call for Vengeance
The most recent acts of jihad against the United States should obliterate any lingering reluctance to admit the Islamic war against the United States of America. Double-talking Mohamadans and traitorous apologists for Islam inside American borders have spent the past eleven years since the jihadist attacks on the eleventh of September of 2001 obfuscating and lying about the inherent malignancy of Islam and its enmity | Read More »
, Christopher Stevens
, Jeff Landry
, Navy SEALs
, September 11
NBC Foreign Correspondent on Obama Egypt Admission: ‘I almost had to sit down when I heard that’
Update 12:45pm: The White House has issued a “clarification” of President Obama’s “not an ally” remark about Egypt. In brief, it amounts to “that’s a technical term and we don’t like technical things.” From Foreign Policy: “I think folks are reading way too much into this,” [White House spokesman Tommy] Vietor said. “‘Ally’ is a legal term of art. We don’t have a mutual defense | Read More »
The response to Embassy Attacks that I WISH we saw
The United States of America believes that all Americans have the right to express themselves as they wish, and that the validity of their thoughts will stand or fall in the free marketplace of ideas. We believe that the strongest and most noble ideas are impervious to distortion and that they rise above iniquity. They appeal to our common humanity and they do not need | Read More »
ROMNEY MUST OFFER DAILY LEADERSHIP TO AMERICA, or “Where is the President?”
Photo Courtesy Human Events (See Post After-Note: ROMNEY MUST DID OFFER LEADERSHIP TO AMERICA, or “Where is the President”) Leadership Missing in Action On September 11, 2012 leadership from the White House was MIA on the anniversary of real attacks, as at least one more American lost his life with others injured at the US Consulate in Libya, and the US Embassy attacked in | Read More »
, Economic Collapse
, James Michael Pratt
, Mitt Romney
, President Obama
, Presidential leadership
, Ronald Reagan
, September 11th
, Terror Attacks
, US Embassy
Lord What Fools These Mortals Be
Even if you don’t subscribe to the “everything is gray” school of moral relativity, life often presents complex dilemmas with no ideal choice. Egypt is like that.
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No Internet – Courtesy of Uncle Sam?
“Egypt has apparently done what many technologists thought was unthinkable for any country with a major Internet economy: It unplugged itself entirely from the internet to try and silence dissent.”
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Say Goodbye To Cairo: Why The Iranian Crisis Reveals The Hollowness of The Cairo Speech
The Obama Administration’s response to protests against the Iranian regime’s contempt for even its own thin facade of democracy has been markedly muted and tentative; even the French Government has spoken out more clearly against the fraudulence of the presidential election and the mullahs’ suppression of the Iranian people than has President Obama. One conclusion we can draw from Obama’s failure to offer support for | Read More »
Breaking: Mahmoud Abbas claims USA committed to ending West Bank settlements.
A simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’ will do. ‘Obama committed to ejecting Jews from Judea-Samaria,’ says Abbas Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday told reporters in Cairo that he is convinced that US President Barack Obama is firmly committed to finally ejecting the Jews from Judea and Samaria. Abbas spoke to the press after briefing Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on his visit to the White House | Read More »