Tag Archives: Foreign Policy

Head Of Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness: China “Works!”

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Taking Advantage Of America: Birth Tourism In California

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Egypt: Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss

Well, who didn’t see this coming?… The Obama Administration full-heartedly supported the ousting of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak during the Arab Spring of 2011. And while virtually every foreign policy adviser warned of the dangers of helping to oust a … Continue reading

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I Stand With Israel

I support Israel. I am willing to have a rational discussion all day long about historical rights to the land, who got short-changed in the formation of Israel and as well as a variety of different issues. However, Israel has … Continue reading

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I’m With Israel

“THE DESIRE to prevent harm to innocent civilians in Gaza will ultimately lead to harming the truly innocent: the residents of southern Israel. The residents of Gaza are not innocent, they elected Hamas. The Gazans aren’t hostages; they chose this … Continue reading

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Digging in Deeper: Obama Circles the Wagons Around Susan Rice

The Obama Administration and State Department must settle on which lie they want to go with. They must either decide that they are incompetent, and left the consulate vulnerable to attack, and when it was attacked, couldn’t figure out for … Continue reading

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Nothing Fishy Here: Petraeus Resign Just Before Testifying Before Congress on Benghazi

Yesterday, just days after President Obama’s reelection to our highest office, General David Petraeus, the Director of the CIA, resigned. He cited an extra-marital affair as the cause of his resignation. As he was supposed to testify next week before … Continue reading

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Regroup and Rethink: Where We Go From Here

So, the question now is, “Where do we go from here?” It’s simple. We take a right turn. First, allow me to get the unpleasantness out of the way. I was wrong. I dramatically underestimated the Democratic voter turnout in … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Clean House In The Republican Establishment

The Republican Party lost to one of the worst Presidents in American history with its handpicked, establishment-approved candidate despite the fact that the economy is terrible, there’s a foreign policy scandal making headlines, and Obama ran a poor campaign. Despite … Continue reading

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Empty Chairs: Obama’s Cleveland Appearance Highlights Diminished Democratic Enthusiasm

As we enter the final days of this race, each candidate has made their pitch and Americans are expected to decide who embodies the principles to lead us to the correct path. More than anything, however, this race will come … Continue reading

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