Obama and the Use of Military Force: Why an Obama Presidency would Necessarily Fail

    Here is something the media won’t tell you: The means by which Barack Obama has positioned himself to potentially capture the presidency have put him in a box from which there is no escape. Should he obtain his goal, the seeds of his political destruction have already been planted, and there is one and only possible outcome: disastrous failure. Whether the disaster would be substantive | Read More »

    Study Says Mature Presidents Are Better For the Country

    This is a fantastic article giving evidence for why Obama’s inexperience would be a serious risk to our security. Please read and pass the word. I know so many Obama supporters who whine about “But,McCain is too old…” and now I have ammo to neutralize that argument. Older = Safer!!!! http://www.ibdeditorials.com/IBDArticles.aspx?id=310346667376102

    Nuclear Terror and other Dangers

    Democrat vice presidential candidate Joe Biden told a Seattle audience in mid-October: “Mark my words. It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. “Watch, we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy. I don’t know what the decision is going to be, but I promise you it will | Read More »

    Joe Biden’s Fantasy Life

    Anyone who has listened to Joe Biden must be wondering if Dems have their own Dan Quayle, but of course, we know that’s just not possible because Democrats are smart. They may say stupid, ignorant or insulting things sometimes, but we all know that they’re really intelligent. Just ask them, they’ll tell you. As that’s an undisputed fact backed up by the media, we must | Read More »

    Al Jazeera scoops ‘military giants’ meeting between US, China in Hawaii

    (Pearl Harbor)–Al Jazeera, the Middle Eastern news agency, scooped a story about a military meeting between the U.S. and China that hasn’t appeared in a newspaper in either country. The headline said, ‘Military Giants Meet in Hawaii,’ and the story dated Oct. 20, 2008 revealed, “Major-General Zhong Zhiming [Chinese People’s Liberation Army] was leading a delegation of Chinese military officers on one of the first | Read More »

    Obama lacking more than expierience

    Barack Obama has been in the senate for 4 years years. I personally think that is way too short to be the leader of our nation. John Mccain with 35 years in the senate seems to definetely be the right choice. Expierience, Knowledge and being in Washington for so long should show everyone he is ready to lead our country. Other than Obama lacking expierience | Read More »

    Jesse Explains What Change in the Middle East Obama has in Mind

    When a news article starts out with this: PREPARE for a new America: That’s the message that the Rev. Jesse Jackson conveyed to participants in the first World Policy Forum, held at this French lakeside resort last week. He promised “fundamental changes” in US foreign policy – saying America must “heal wounds” it has caused to other nations, revive its alliances and apologize for the | Read More »

    Obama and Odinga

    Where has Obama been? While he complains about the Afghanistan war, he held not one hearing in his position in the Senate. He was busy making good with his communist fanactics in Kenya. Take a look at the video, see what Obama’s America will look like when he is done. http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1P_P8lBCsE

    Foreign Policy For DUMMIES- The Book(s) Obama Needs to Read

    France has a longstanding tradition of realism in foreign policy, as well as an unapologetic resolve to protect her national interests. Both were on display recently as French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner visited Israel and succinctly warned that Israel will hit Iranian nuclear sites before Iran can finish its race to build nuclear weapons. “First, because you will hit them before. And this is the | Read More »

    The Obama Doctrine

    During the vice-presidential debate, the moderator Gwen Ifill asked Joe Biden the following question: “You argued for intervention in Bosnia and Kosovo, initially in Iraq and Pakistan and now in Darfur, putting U.S. troops on the ground. Boots on the ground. Is this something the American public has the stomach for?” After a lengthy answer from Senator Biden, Ms. Ifill followed up with the question, | Read More »

    Russians, Canadians and Palin, oh my!

    Republican vice presidential candidate Gov. Sarah Palin has taken enough heat to melt the Artic Circle over this exchange with CBS’ Katie Couric: Couric: You’ve cited Alaska’s proximity to Russia as part of your foreign policy experience. What did you mean by that?Sarah Palin: That Alaska has a very narrow maritime border between a foreign country, Russia, and, on our other side, the land-boundary that | Read More »

    Senator McCain Survives His Weakest Debate Topic, Foreign Policy

    The conventional wisdom going in and coming out of last night’s debate is that foreign policy would be Senator McCain’s strongest subject, his best chance to shine. I think that is wrong. There are reasons why a point of view becomes conventional wisdom, and those reasons are obvious here. The polls show the public has more confidence in Senator McCain vis a vis Senator Obama | Read More »

    Let Sarah be Sarah

    When are we going to let Sarah be Sarah. Governors do not have foreign policy experience. Jimmy Carter did not. Bill Clinton did not. George W.Bush did not. Sarah Palin doesn’t. The most important truth is that John McCain does. She is not on the ticket to balance his weaknesses. On the other hand Joe Biden is ONLY on the ticket to balance the ticket. | Read More »

    1st debate strategy – 10 suggestions

    With a short 3 days to go until the first debate, the next major shift in the polls is inevitably drawing closer. The debate will focus on foreign policy, something on which McCain has a polling advantage. My strategy suggestions are: Since McCain has a polling advantage over Obama on this issue, this is a perfect opportunity to get folks refocused on foreign policy and | Read More »

    Palin’s Foreign Policy Cred

    The political beehive is abuzz with news that vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin is going to meet Tuesday in New York with former secretary of state Henry Kissinger, Afghan president Hamid Karzai and Colombian president Alvaro Uribe. She also is scheduled to meet later in the week with Mikhail Saakashvili, the president of the nation of Georgia, which was invaded by Russia in August. She | Read More »