Tag Archives: Middle East

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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We Saw This Coming: De Facto Sharia Law Comes to California

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the Coptic Christian filmmaker that has wandered into the crosshairs of the federal government as well as international Islamic fundamentalists, has been arrested for an apparent probation violation. At least, that’s what it will say on the … Continue reading

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Seldom Do I Ever Say This, But Louis Farrakhan Is Right About Gaddafi & Christopher Stevens

  “We should have never gotten involved in Libya in the first place. It was a poorly-thought-out decision to back the losing side of a civil war that could go on for years. Even if Gaddafi were killed tomorrow, we … Continue reading

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Allen West Outshines Obama in the Wake of Obama’s Cowardly U.N. Address

Yesterday, President Obama gave yet another nauseating rendition of his new favorite excuse, “Don’t blame me or the terrorists, blame the YouTube video!” This time, however, he embarrassed us further in front of the whole world as he placated the … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Still Sticking to Their Failed Narrative: Blame the YouTube Video, Not Us!

I think it’s fair to say that President Obama must be in some serious trouble if even the liberal mainstream media isn’t buying his lame narrative. Jake Tapper, of ABC’s “This Week,” interviewed United States Ambassador to the United Nations … Continue reading

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Does an Oath to Protect the Constitution Mean Nothing Anymore?

Oaths, themselves, seem like a clinging relic from the past, but they’re not. We think of oaths as a verbal bond, a declaration that you subscribe to an idea beyond impulsive self-interest. We use oaths less these days, and the … Continue reading

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Define Irony: Muslims Burn a Bible to Illustrate That it’s Wrong to Insult Religion

On September 11th, 2012, a Muslim cleric named Abu Islam stood outside the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Cairo as protesters chanted anti-American rhetoric and eventually stormed the embassy walls to tear down and further desecrate our flag to … Continue reading

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Now It Makes Sense: Reports State That Marines in Egypt Were Prohibited From Carrying Live Ammunition

As details continue to emerge out of the Middle East concerning the seemingly unchecked chaos that is occurring outside (and inside) our embassies, we learn more and more about the epic failures of the state department in dealing with terrorists … Continue reading

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