Do Straw Men Have Free Speech?
President Barack Obama took to the UN podium on Tuesday and lied, blaming an American’s exercise of free speech for the death of Obama’s own Ambassador. He also stood before that august body of Islamists, antisemites, tyrants, socialists, and corrupt panderers and told America’s sworn enemies that the future is theirs. In continuing to blame the video and attack it, Obama is using his usual straw man tactics. | Read More »
Barack Obama takes a page from the Muslim Brotherhood.
You may have noticed a little while back that the US Embassy in Cairo called out the Egyptian government/Muslim Brotherhood for saying one thing in English (read: Western foreign consumption) and another in Arabic (read: domestic/regional consumption). Which is all to the good… so why did the President do the same thing this week? The View: “In an interview with ABC’s “The View,” Obama — | Read More »
PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP or “Where is your Whoopi Cushion?” Part I of a Series
September 2012 should be a month of scandal and sure defeat in the upcoming election for any sitting President… …but we live in a world of pop culture elections, fake noise to distract, and teflon media coverage making it difficult to identify real leadership. PART ONE of THREE REPORTS Leadership is not something you hear. Leadership is not something people say. Leadership is action. And in America leadership deserves to be reported | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Barbara Walters
, Benjamin Netanyahu
, Fox News
, James Michael Pratt
, New York Times
, The View
, Whoopi Goldberg
Is Barack Obama REALLY thinking about releasing the Blind Sheik? REALLY?
Before we get started:
NO. DO NOT DO THIS.
OK, wanted to get that out of the way.
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Must Egypt hold 52 Americans for 444 days before we cut off aid?
President Barack Hussein Obama is no James Earl Carter Before “extremists” overthrew the America’s ally in the Shah of Iran, then President Carter signaled his willingness, and even desire, to work with the Ayatollah Khomeini, since he was a “religious” man. Before the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, Carter famously chided his fellow Americans for their “inordinate fear” of Communism. But, unlike the Citizen of the World | Read More »
Obama and his ‘Friends’
This past week our nation remembered the eleventh anniversary of September 11th 2001, the day when thousands of our countrymen died at the hands of Muslim extremists. We all remember where we were, what happened that day and the horrifying days that followed when we realized the widespread effects of this. Most of us felt insecure and endangered. But we had a strong, capable leader | Read More »
, Middle East
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
Condescension and “A Legal Term of Art”
No matter if Obama was really correct or brutally honest in claiming Egypt 2012 is neither an ally or an enemy, I was struck that the way the Obama administration chose to walk this one back was to claim…well, it was all our fault. You see, President Obama can’t help it if he was a lawyer by trade. Kinda. A super-smart lawyer. Sometimes, you see | Read More »
NERO FIDDLED, OBAMA FUNDRAISED, Rome Burned on the 4th Day
Seeing the Oval Office vacant is nothing new to Americans. In fact, I personally saw it empty one day in 1976 as a White House guest during the tenure of Gerald Ford. But today the world burns as the President campaigns. The decline of the Roman Empire was not due to lack of military prowess but moral vacuity and ineptitude at the helm of leadership where | Read More »
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, Middle East
, Oval Office
, white house
President @BarackObama: #Egypt May Or May Not Be An Ally
And yet they accused Mitt Romney from shooting from the hip: Asked if he considered the current Egyptian government an ally of the United States, President Obama Wednesday balked. “You know, I don’t think that we would consider them an ally but we don’t consider them an enemy,” he said in an interview with Telemundo. I find the quibbling over “not an ally, but not | Read More »
President Obama Skipped His Intel Brief the Day After the U.S. Ambassador to Libya was Murdered by Terrorists
Marc Thiessen provides a shocker in his Washington Post column: the day after America’s embassy in Cairo was assaulted and the consulate in Benghazi, Libya fell victim to an armed attack that killed four, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens, the president once again skipped his intelligence briefing, choosing instead to fly off to Las Vegas to fundraise while the world continued to burn. This after being | Read More »
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 »
U.S. Flag Replaced in Yemen Embassy Storming; Once Again, State Didn’t See it Coming
The U.S. Embassy in Sanaa, Yemen was the latest to be stormed by rioting protesters, as American flags were burned outside the building and the stars and stripes flying atop it was pulled down and replaced with a white Islamic flag bearing the words “There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger.”
Once again, the Department of State appears to have been completely unprepared for this action. Read more >>
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Paul Bonicelli on Libya, Egypt and Our Message to the Middle East
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Paul Bonicelli to discuss the unfolding events in Africa and the Middle East, Mitt Romney’s comments yesterday and what message we need to send to Egypt in the wake of the turmoil this week.
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Obama vs. Obama on whether Egypt is an ally.
Barack Obama, 2012: Egypt is neither an ally nor an enemy of the United States, President Barack Obama said Wednesday in the wake of a violent protest at the US embassy in Cairo. “I don’t think that we would consider them an ally, but we don’t consider them an enemy,” Obama said in excerpts of an interview with Telemundo aired by MSNBC. Barack Obama, 2011: | Read More »