GOP Must Block Maria del Carmen Aponte from Becoming Ambassador to El Salvador

    What is worse than an Obama radical czar?  An ambassador to a sensitive South American country that had an affair with a Cuban spy. Last August, stymied by Jim DeMint’s Senate hold, Obama used a recess appointment to name Maria del Carmen Aponte ambassador to El Salvador.  She was originally selected as ambassador to the Domincan Republic during the Clinton administration, but she withdrew her | Read More »

    GOP Must Block Maria del Carmen Aponte from Becoming Ambassador to El Salvador

    What is worse than an Obama radical czar?  An ambassador to a sensitive South American country that had an affair with a Cuban spy. Last August, stymied by Jim DeMint’s Senate hold, Obama used a recess appointment to name Maria del Carmen Aponte ambassador to El Salvador.  She was originally selected as ambassador to the Domincan Republic during the Clinton administration, but she withdrew her | Read More »

    Czech Republic (our recess-appointed ambassador, CREW, Soros, spies, missile defense and Russia)

    What’s happening with the Czech Republic? Who can forget 1968’s Prague Spring, a defeat that became much sweeter when Czechoslovakia finally achieved freedom in 1990? Is Obama allowing a defenseless Czech Republic to be Russia’s pawn, again? CREW CO-FOUNDER BECOMES CZECH AMBASSADOR Our story starts with the recess appointment of Norman Eisen as Ambassador to the Czech Republic. From the White House: Norman L. Eisen, | Read More »

    JSOC analyst arrested in FBI spy sting.

    ‘JSOC’ being short for the ‘Joint Special Operations Command,’ which is known to normal people as a group that coordinates communications and operations among various American Special Forces organizations*.  The alleged would-be spy Bryan Martin allegedly traded secret documents to an FBI operative in exchange for roughly $3,500; there’s no indication as of yet that he was working with anyone else, but between this and | Read More »

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    JSOC analyst arrested in FBI spy sting.

    ‘JSOC’ being short for the ‘Joint Special Operations Command,’ which is known to normal people as a group that coordinates communications and operations among various American Special Forces organizations*.  The alleged would-be spy Bryan Martin allegedly traded secret documents to an FBI operative in exchange for roughly $3,500; there’s no indication as of yet that he was working with anyone else, but between this and | Read More »

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    The Washington Times: Today’s Headlines — Oct. 23, 2008

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/23/mccain-lambastes-bush-years/EXCLUSIVE: McCain lambastes Bush years’We just let things get completely out of hand’http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/23/economic-summit-likely-feature-clashing-agendas/Bush summit likely to see many agendasGood chance for clash with 20 world leadershttp://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/23/candidates-eye-better-use-of-spies/McCain, Obama eye better use of spieshttp://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/23/obama-says-mccains-tax-plan-favors-wealthy/Obama: McCain’s tax plan favors richCriticizes Republican’s ‘misleading charges’http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/23/palins-makeover-cost-rnc-thousands/Palin’s makeover cost RNC thousandsAlaska billed for kin’s travelhttp://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/23/commodities-plunge-roil-world-markets/Commodities plunge, roil world marketsLatin America leads another broad sell-offhttp://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/23/hamels-utley-shine-in-opener/Hamels, Utley shine in World Series openerPhillies ace holds | Read More »