Russian treachery and bullying
Russians play chess, and the Putin government orchestrated a chess match when it came to Georgia, and they’re levering their actions in Georgia by bullying America into making a choice. The Russian government also has a choice, [i]if[/i] they can get over their bellicosity, paranoia and imperialist tendencies. Ralph Peters has interesting take on Russia’s readiness to invade Georgia: Let’s be clear: For all that | Read More »
It’s Time For Congress To Take Stand Against Russian Aggression
We are the Party of Lincoln and Reagan. This is our moment to stand with Georgia; it is our moment to make a strong moral statement and take action against Russia’s military invasion of a free and sovereign neighbor. Representative Thaddeus McCotter from my home state of Michigan, Chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee, is rallying members of Congress to have Georgian President Mikheil | Read More »
MI Morning Update
76 Days until Election Day August 20, 2008 QUOTE OF THE DAY: "Here comes the orator! With his flood of words, and his dropof reason." – Benjamin Franklin (Poor Richard’s Almanack, 1735) MORNING UPDATE: BEN FRANKLIN AND OBAMA…who knew he had a dream about a guy named Barack Obama so long ago? OBAMA-AYERS…CHICAGO COVER UP…National Review has two stories about the "cover up" by the University | Read More »
Blogging From Gori
The team at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty has done an outstanding job covering the war between Russia and Georgia. Check out the blog maintained by correspondent Goga Aptsiauri, one of only a handful of journalists reporting from Gori. He’s chronicling the latest developments in central Georgia.
MI Morning Update
77 Days until Election Day August 19, 2008 MORNING UPDATE: GOV. KATHLEEN SEBELIUS IN MICHIGAN…TOP VP PROSPECT…NO GRANHOLM…I think Obama and the rest of the country have heard enough…if you like what Jennifer Granholm has done for Michigan, you’ll love what Barack Obama will do to America! No Granholm…No Kwame. McCOTTER LEADS DEMONSTRATION…in front of the Russian Embassy in Washington D.C. to condemn Russia’s brutal | Read More »
In light of the recent events in Georgia, I offer Westwood Studios’ take on US-Russian relations. Given Obama’s naivete to cut the military, that video seems like reality.
Cliché Diplomacy: “Peace Through Speech”
In wake of revanchist Russia’s invasion of Georgia, a sovereign democracy allied with the United States and Europe, the stunned Bush administration’s response to this failure of “quiet diplomacy” and “engagement” policy with Comrade Putin – he of the soulful eyes – was initially one of stammered clichés, each of which is revelatory, juvenile and injurious. Consequently, to further the cause of liberty and security, | Read More »
From Georgia to Georgia
Everyday this past week, I have watched the news as usual. Everyday I have seen the same four things; Olympics, Georgia Invaded, McCain/Obama, and the hurricane. Not much I can say about a hurricane. I guess I should inset an obligatory congratulation statement for Michael Phelps. So there. The other two news stories, however, fascinate me. Georgia, that’s the one near Russia, is a bit | Read More »
MI Morning Update
78 Days until Election Day August 18, 2008 MORNING UPDATE: RUSSIA SIGNS BROKERED CEASE-FIRE…does it mean anything? We’ll see. Russia announced it will pull it’s troops back today…the world watches as the Russian bear throws out verbal threats, which if implemented, would make the world more dangerous. WALBERG…RUSSIAN ATTACK HIGHLIGHTS NEED FOR ENERGY POLICY…Walberg says: The Georgia situation highlights the perilous condition our country is | Read More »
MI Morning Update
79 Days until Election Day August 17, 2008 MORNING UPDATE: McCAIN ON GEORGIAN CRISIS… ‘Georgia remains in line for alliance membership, and I hope NATO will move ahead with a membership track for both Georgia and Ukraine. At the same time, we must make clear to Russia’s leaders that the benefits they enjoy from being part of the civilized world require their respect for the | Read More »
Add them to the enemies of freedom list.
MI Morning Update 8-16-2008
DaysUntil Election Day: 80 August 16, 2008 MORNING UPDATE: MICHIGAN MATTERS…taped "Michigan Matters" with Carol Cain, which will air this weekend. "Michigan Matters" airs Saturday on CBS Detroit at 11 a.m. and is repeated on Sunday on CW 50 at 11:00 a.m. We talk about McCain, Kwame and Russia. HUGHS SULLIVAN LIVE…CANDIDATE FORUMS…CONGRESS HOEKSTRA MONDAY…on August 18th, this Monday, tune in and hear Congressman Pete | Read More »
The Bear Goes Berserk
The cloud of war obscures much, but can anyone imagine a warfaring party that has gone as off the deep end as have the Russians? I mean, consider: A top Russian general said Friday that Poland’s agreement to accept a U.S. missile interceptor base exposes the ex-communist nation to attack, possibly by nuclear weapons, the Interfax news agency reported. The statement by Gen. Anatoly Nogovitsyn | Read More »
A little history might shed light on the Russian aggression.
Stumbling around as usual… I came across this. Take it for what it is.. I caution it is 1 meg PDF.. an image.. quite literally a “snapshot.” – Enjoy 1954 I was particularly struck by the element of fear that Russia has for us because of our freedoms.