Islamic Civil War Anyone?

If there is a so-called War on Islam, it is being perpetrated by the Islamic terrorists themselves. Not the United States. Not Christians. The official listed the most notable losses to Muslim heritage as being the shrines of Imam Yahya Ibn al-Qassem, Aoun al-Din and Nabi Danial. “But the worst destruction was of Nabi Yunus, …

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aSide Order

Obama Regime Passes Iraq Off To Russia US Secretary of State Kerry’s visit to Iraq comes after radical Sunni militants gain control of the Jordanian border, which, after the loss of the Syrian border, is piling pressure on Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki. (Image captured from a Reuters TV video clip) Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki could …

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Foreign Policy? What Foreign Policy?

Snapshot of the state of foreign relations and leadership of the Obama Administration. Nov. 3, 2013 and June 23, 2014, Secretary of State John Kerry trying to “mend” relations with Egypt. Nov. 4, 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry trying to “mend” relations with Saudi Arabia. January 1, 2014 to June 23, 2014, after a decade …

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Obama Announces First Benghazi “Capture”

He was never questioned since the attack (by authorities). And he lived openly in Benghazi. The terrorist involved in the Benghazi attack said in an interview to an AP reporter . . . “I am in my city, having a normal life and have no troubles,” he told The Associated Press late last year after he was …

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Islamist Goons Still At It

But President Obama fixed that. He sent in advisors, and Michelle did her hash tag thing. Boko Haram militants dressed as soldiers slaughtered at least 200 civilians in three villages in northeastern Nigeria and the military failed to intervene even though it was warned that an attack was imminent, witnesses said on Thursday. Nothing here. Move on. …

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President Barack “Hope” Obama

One thing I like about President Barack Obama is, he never stops defending the indefensible. No matter how ridiculous his action or how big the lie. Like the great success Obamacare has been and how many millions of people have signed up (at the threat of government force and penalty) forgetting how many millions of …

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Obama Doctrine, Serial Killer, What’s The Difference?

No longer will the Commander-in-Chief of the United States fight wars the old-fashioned way, to win them. He now says his new strategy is to let the local ill-equipped (in so many ways) villagers determine the future of our sons and daughters in harm’s way. This so-called “new” strategy he has for our armed forces …

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No Free Pass In Politics

One thing is certain. If it happens in Washington, or anywhere there is an elected official, it is political. Politician, politics, political. Get it? That’s not to say that anything or everything political is bad, good, or acceptable. The difference between what’s bad and what’s good is the legal and moral aspects of the action. …

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Secretary of State Clinton And Boko Haram

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with Chief of Staff Huma Mahmood Abedin Now that the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram has kidnapped nearly 300 teenage girls, Christian girls, from school where they were taking their final exams, questions are popping up about how this group is still not on the list of terrorist organizations by the …

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‘Austerity’ Isn’t What It Appears

In what could qualify for the MRIOD award where the defense budget is concerned, if President Obama really does cut the military back to pre-WWII levels, don’t think for a second that you won’t hear how that so-called ‘saving’ is going to be spent on something other than paying down the national debt. We heard …

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