Hillary Clinton advocates war with Russia
For someone who allegedly has experience in foreign policy, Hillary Clinton is sounding like a bit of a numbskull. In an apparent break with the Obama White House, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called for the creation of a no-fly zone inside Syria Thursday, the day after Russian warplanes started bombing rebels fighting the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. “I personally would be advocating now | Read More »
Jay Nordlinger on the Children of Dictators
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Allysen Efferson and Jay Nordlinger to discuss his new book studying the children of dictators. Then Brad is joined by Dan Kochis for a discussion on Russia’s new involvement in Syria and just exactly who they are supporting. Finally, Steve Bucci talks about the recent struggles of U.S. backed forces in Afghanistan.
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Mom Jeans Foreign Policy
President Obama has done one remarkable thing in his time in office — he has made the American left turn a blind eye to human rights abuses around the world. American soldiers are being sent home for defending boys who are being raped by Afghan soldiers. Meanwhile, the left is peddling articles noting that pedophilia is just another lifestyle choice. Cuban dissidents are still imprisoned | Read More »
Vladimir Putin Does In Syria What The US Electorate Should Have Done In 2012
Barack Obama is surprised that Vladimir Putin isn’t playing nicely in Syria. He is amazed that Russia has intervened on behalf of the butchers and thugs that tenuously cling to power in Damascus. He thinks we should fight ISIS with longer words and more complex syllogisms. Vladimir Putin thinks Barack Obama needs to take off his skirt or leave the battlefield to men. I’m pretty | Read More »
Russia takes command of fight against ISIS in Syria
Russia has launched its first airstrikes against ISIS. President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia suddenly escalated the stakes in his contest with the West over influence in the Middle East on Wednesday, as Russian pilots carried out their first airstrikes in Syria. Russian warplanes dropped bombs near the central city of Homs, according to American officials in Washington, who spoke on the condition of anonymity | Read More »
Britain’s Daily Mail Shows How Easy it is to Obtain Fraudulent Syrian Documents
I’ve been on record here before about how the United States should be more proactive in granting asylum to Middle Eastern refugees, but the present situation in Europe and the Middle East is problematic for more than just the gigantic scope of the crisis. David Cameron has promised that Britain will take in up to 20,000 refugees, but a Daily Mail article from Tuesday reports that | Read More »
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Syrian Refugees: Arm Them, Train Them, And Send Them Back
America and its allies have two immediate problems right now with the situation in Syria. One is that there’s a civil war going on in which a mass-murdering, terrorist-sponsoring, chemical-weapons-using, neighbor-dominating, Israel-bombarding, Lebanese-prime-minister-assassinating, Iran-allied and Putin-backed anti-American dictator is the lesser evil – and we have failed to create or cultivate a military force capable of supporting any winner in Syria who won’t commit routine | Read More »
Germany starting to reestablish border controls, ‘thanks’ to refugee crisis.
The entire thing would be quite the knee-slapper, except that I have children who will be of military age in about, oh, ten years or so. I would rather that we not be faced with yet another general European war in that time – and, no, I don’t think that we can avoid getting sucked into one. We have yet to avoid getting sucked into a general European war. Why would we change our losing streak in that regard now?
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9-12, The Patriot Act and Islamic Terrorism
Same As It Ever Was, Same As It Ever Was,…. The United States Government needs to do one of two things in regards to the Post 9-11 existential threat of anti-western terrorism and the Orwell State we have erected to combat it. We can go Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 88% or we can go Genghis Kahn. Instead, as | Read More »
, 95% TSA Failure Rate
, Cherry-Picked Intelligence
, Drowned Boy From Syria
, Genghis Kahn
, Global War on Terror
, Hillary's Homebrew Server
, OPM Hack
, Orwell State
, Rand Paul
, USA Patriot Act
, War on Terror
Let us stop pretending that the Iraq War was the Worst Thing Ever.
Stop pretending that the Iraq War was the worst disaster to ever befall America. Or even that it was particularly a disaster at all. At least, under Bush.
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10,000 Refugees: The Net Result of Barack Obama’s Inaction
Barack Obama drew several lines in the sand that Syria kept crossing. He laughed off helping the rebels against Syria until he had to do something. Then he armed a bunch of rebels who sided with ISIS. The situation in Syria has continued to destablize. Barack Obama’s answer was to help the people help themselves. We were not going to fight for them. They were | Read More »
The Blood on Barack Obama’s Hands
The warning signs were there in 2009. President Manuel Zelaya of Honduras sought a referendum to change the Constitution of Honduras to allow himself a longer tenure in office. The Honduran Constitution permanently bars multiple terms and it is not an amendable provision of the nation’s constitution. The Honduran Supreme Court ruled that Zelaya had overstepped his bounds and Zelaya sought to stir up civil | Read More »
Refugee crisis or invasion?
At an immigration checkpoint in Hungary a television crew caught and interesting image. After the on-camera talent had signed off, the cameraman continued to pan the scenery for B-roll video to accompany the news broadcast. A well built young man caught the eye of the camera man and made a very clear gesture seeming to threaten the cameraman with beheading. Hardly the act of an | Read More »
WaPo Editorial Page Editor upset about the Syria crisis the WaPo helped spark.
As I said this weekend: “I would appreciate it if everybody who voted for Barack Obama think thrice before offering an opinion on the Syria refugee crisis.” That includes the Washington Post as a corporate entity.
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Be Wary of the Refugee Crisis
I write this with the full knowledge that the bleeding hearts of the world will frown upon it, but it is an alternative side of the refugee crisis in Syria that we must be wary of. It is an absolutely terrible crisis that we need to pray for, and we do need to see that these people who have fled their homes because of the devastating | Read More »