Posts Categorized: Africa

Ebola Creep

Ebola Creep

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Obama, September 16, 2014 The possibility of an Ebola outbreak are extremely low. First and foremost, I want the American people to know that our experts, here at the CDC and across our government, agree that the chances of an Ebola outbreak here in the United States are extremely low. Obama, October 15, 2015: Now… Read more »

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The Human Story as Told by DNA

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The story of mankind is essentially a story of migration and of reproduction of the species. In the past we relied on archaeological evidence and fossils to tell us of early man, but fossils are limited, because of the conditions required to preserve bone in a fossilized state. Most organisms, including man are preserved as… Read more »

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Obama votes “present” on ISIS

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Barack Obama voted “present” 129 times in the Illinois State Senate. He did it to preserve his political capital and dodge having to be visible in unpopular events. He’d wait for someone to take the bullets and then when the dust settled Obama would rise from the dust and assume the popular side. That is… Read more »

The Obama weapons scorecard

The Obama weapons scorecard

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I thought it might be useful to add up what Obama has done with weapons in his foreign policy. Here’s an accounting of how he’s handled weapons: Fast and Furious Obama sent 2000 automatic weapons to Mexican drug cartels Libya Eager to show he is a tough guy, Obama toppled Moammar Gaddafi without seeking Congress’s… Read more »

The man who should be America's President

The man who should be America’s President

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Today British Prime Minister David Cameron gave a speech about the need to act vis-a-vis the threat posed by ISIS. You can see the speech in its entirety: Among measures announced: Legislation will be drawn up to give the police statutory powers to confiscate the passports of suspect terrorists at UK borders The UK will… Read more »

A Fast Slaver

The Trans-Atlantic Slavers

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Introduction: Slavery is a peculiar institution and most people automatically recoil with indignation at the thought of owning other people. However, the standard revulsion is most often a socially acceptable and predictable reaction by people who have only a superficial understanding of the depth of depravity and horror enacted upon the people of Africa and… Read more »

It's 3 am. The phone is ringing. Obama won't answer. He can't.

It’s 3 am. The phone is ringing. Obama won’t answer. He can’t.

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He’s been called aloof. He’s been called detached. He’s been said to dither. They were all correct. Now you can add paralyzed to that list. His worst nightmare (and ours, BTW) has arrived. ISIS is marching across Iraq. Despite their inhuman atrocities, Obama cannot call them the enemy. He’s not interested in defeating them and… Read more »

Obama celebrates dictators and homophobes

Obama celebrates dictators and homophobes

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Michelle Obama said it: ‘The blood of Africa runs through my veins’ Then Obama said it: ‘The blood of Africa runs through our family’ Gee, that’s great. Exactly why one might be proud of it is a good question. For all his blather about human rights, Barack Obama celebrated the monsters of Africa at the… Read more »

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The world’s most accessible terrorist is captured in only two years. The timing is very curious.

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In Disney’s delightful movie “Up” there is a dog named Doug who, with the help of a special collar, can speak. Doug has an inclination toward a short attention span and is easily distracted. Doug is a metaphor for the US press. And democrats. Barack Obama is becoming more and more predictable. Every time he… Read more »

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Benghazi…Obama’s Midway?

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Richard Fernandez has an excellent post up that must be read in it’s entirety.  In it he compares two regimes and two battles and how the results of those battles marked the downward spiral of that regime. First he describes the battle of Midway: Almost nobody in Japan heard about the Battle of Midway until… Read more »