Two Americans assassinated for the price of one
I’ll not shed a tear for Anwar al-Awlaki, born an American in New Mexico and holding a BS from Colorado State, an MA from San Diego State, and work towards a PhD at George Washington University. Somewhere along the line, he got weird and led several people to attack his country of citizenship. Born of Yemenis and married to a Yemen, he moved to Yemen | Read More »
What General Eisenhower Could Teach President Obama
In light of President Obama’s recent “present vote” on the war in Afghanistan, where he incoherently announced a plan both for a troop surge and for retreat, it is always good to reflect back on past leaders. I was drawn to the words of WWII General Dwight D. Eisenhower. In preparing for the D-Day invasion of France, General Eisenhower (a future U.S. President) wrote this | Read More »
No Place for Political Correctness in the War on Terror
From the diaries, by Erick The act of terrorism at Fort Hood reminds us all that regardless of what the Obama/Pelosi Team or the elite media call it we are at war with Islamic fascism. Americans must rise up and remind our elected officials, Republican and Democrat, that we will not sit idly by while they bow at the altar of political correctness. Americans must, | Read More »
President Obama, Do You Mean To Praise THAT Treaty of Tripoli?
My jaw dropped when I heard the following statement made by the 44th President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama during a speech in Cairo this morning: The first nation to recognize my country was Morocco. In signing the Treaty of Tripoli in 1796, our second President, John Adams, wrote, ‘The United States has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion | Read More »
Do we really want change?
A few issues I have not heard on the news. In defense of George Bush and John McCain, I believe these issues should be heard. Obama is placing blame on the current administration about a world credit crisis which even Alan Greenspan just testified has been cultivating for thirty years. If the Bush republican administration is to be blamed for this, what about the false | Read More »