Tag Archive for "Foreign policy"

United Nations Troops, Repeat Voters & Adolf Hitler

  No matter how much we all might disagree about the issues and the candidates, I hope the one thing that we all agree on is that the meaning of our votes are not diluted or diminished by voter fraud, election fraud or voter intimidation.  Unfortunately, there have already been multiple incidents of electronic voting…
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Unexpected Impact Of Libyan Scandal – Where’s Obama?

  After four years of pampering media support, the floundering Obama campaign seems stunned into inactivity in light of the stunning revelations about White House orders to SEALs to “stand down” DURING the 7 hour battle in Libya on September 11 of this year.  (Cowardly orders to “stand down”)  The soon to be former President…
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Are We Living Orwell’s 1984?

  George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four was one of those books that I read at just at the right point in my life to have a real long-term impact on my philosophy.  When I read it 35 years ago. I reasonably drew parallels to events going on at that time in the communist world.  Never in my…
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What’s in Store for the Third Presidential Debate?

  The third and final presidential debate on Monday night will focus on foreign policy. What sorts of questions and issues can we expect to hear about? There are a few things that I expect will be brought up by the moderator and by each candidate. To begin with, Obama will have to defend his…
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Libyan Lies Detailed In Great Video Timeline

  I have written this at length, but this video communicates the same information in an even more entertaining way.  This is Carl Rove’s work:   The next debate which is going to be solely about foreign policy is going to be very interesting.

Debate Win Doesn’t Matter, Obama Will Pay Price For Lies on Libya

  Democratic pundits are giddy tonight about the reappearance of a feisty and quick (I would argue rude and petulent) Obama at the second debate held tonight at Hoffstra University.   I wouldn’t even argue with anyone that would call the evening a slight Obama win.  However, Obama’s answers may have won the hour but…
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Is the White House Engaging in a Cover Up of the Reasons or Groups Behind the Benghazi Attack?

As reports and comments from the State Department emerge, and Congressional testimony from security officials becomes public, it is starting to appear as though the Administration was engaged in a cover up of actions leading up to the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya as well as the embassy in Cairo. A background…
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Horrific Shooting Of 14 Year Old Female Literacy Advocate By The Taliban

  Using commando style tactics, members of the Taliban burst into a transport vehicle yesterday and sprayed bullets at the person they considered “Public Enemy Number One” two of the bullets hitting the intended targets throat and head.  Unbelievably the victim survived the brutal attack and was successfully airlifted to a nearby military hospital under…
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Thinking Right Has Great First Month

I am going to indulge myself with this first self-congratulatory post and then forever more leave them to an annual reports just after the first of each year.  When I set out with this grand endeavor I set a goal of hitting 10,000 unique hits for the blog in the first month and 30,000 views…
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Changing Their Tune about Libya.

  At 9:00pm on a Friday night (probably the lowest point in the news cycle), the intelligence community issued an official revision of its initial assessment of the September 11 attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Anybody paying even the slightest attention to the date and nature of the attack probably reached that…
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R-E-S-P-E-C-T?

    Over the weekend, more news came in from around the Middle East/North Africa. Protests and riots in Afghanistan, Sudan, Pakistan, Indonesia and Lebanon . The current administration would have us believe that this was all sparked by a single 13 minute, incredibly bad “movie.” U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice has stated…
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Who Exactly are the Allies of the U.S.?

Who exactly are the allies of the US? Apparently, the President of the United States is not sure. Responding to the situation in Egypt, Obama said “I don’t think that we would consider them an ally, but we don’t consider them an enemy…” Really? You don’t know? Congress designated Egypt as a Major Non-NATO Ally…
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