Posts Categorized: Foreign Policy

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Who Fathered ISIS?

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Trump has called Obama the “father of ISIS” and the media are salivating over apparent red meat. Especially when doubling down: “Last night you said that the president was the founder of ISIS,” said radio host Hugh Hewitt in a Thursday interview with Trump, the Republican presidential nominee. “I know what you meant. You meant… Read more »

Obama-Bows

Top 10 List of What President Obama Should Say in Hiroshima Speech

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  6 years ago, on the 65th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb over Hiroshima, I wrote: No sitting Japanese prime minister has ever been to Pearl Harbor; and no sitting American president has ever been to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Will President Obama be the first? 6 years later, we have our answer…. Read more »

Could torture have prevented the Brussels terror attacks?

Could torture have prevented the Brussels terror attacks?

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In wake of the Brussels attack, media (including center-right polibloggers monikered “wordsmith”) once again are drawing focus on Trump; because how do you keep a narcissist happy? Feed them the attention they ask for: The Republican frontrunner was the first presidential hopeful to respond to the Brussels attacks, tweeting and then appearing on multiple television… Read more »

immigration

Busted: Top 5 Myths Justifying Mass Immigration (Guest Post)

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  Whenever the controversial issue of immigration is debated, bleeding-heart liberals and West-hating leftists will trot out the following reasons to justify it. They’re passed off as though they’re self-evident facts only racist Nazis would dare to deny. However, if one gets past the faux moral outrage accompanied with predictable ad hominem slurs and looks a… Read more »

A sober scrutiny of Clinton's testimony: no, it wasn't a victory for her.

A sober scrutiny of Clinton’s testimony: no, it wasn’t a victory for her.

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  After reviewing Hillary Clinton’s testimony before the Benghazi committee I have come to the conclusion that the left wing media was not watching the same event as was I. The NY Times, the official arm of the democrat party, wished Clinton a happy birthday: Monday is Hillary Clinton’s birthday. Don’t bother sending a gift…. Read more »

America: Obama's new fertile ground for growing ISIS jihadis.

America: Obama’s new fertile ground for growing ISIS jihadis.

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Never send a community organizer to do a man’s job. The other day Barack Obama made a most astonishingly stupid remark: “..chanting ‘death to America” does not create jobs or make Iran more secure.” The line appears to have to been written by the equally feckless Marie Harf, who called for fighting terrorists with jobs…. Read more »

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The Don trumped up by Name-Dropping Radio Talk Show Host

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The apple does not fall far from the libertarian tree. The one thing that is the biggest negative in ever considering Rand Paul as PotUS is that he shares the same isolationist/non-interventionist scrawny foreign policy beliefs as his father. Is Rand purposely trying to alienate a segment of the Republican base before primaries by commenting… Read more »

North African Waves

Obama / Clinton Arab Spring — A Betrayal of Europe and The West

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The Obama Administration’s support of the Muslim Brotherhood revolutionaries in the Middle East, beginning with deposing Mubarak in Egypt then spreading destabilization to Tunisia, Libya and Syria, ignited an out-of-control fire that has consumed practically all of North Africa and the Middle East.   The inferno still rages and is imposing irreversible consequences on the West…. Read more »

70 years ago....and yesterday

70 years ago….and yesterday

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The single most destructive bombing of WWII wasn’t Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but the firebombing raids of Dresden in February of 1945, with upwards of 135,000 men, women, and children slain. In wars between nations, the deaths of civilians is historically all-too common; and the norm, not the exception. Yet it’s the horrors of the dropping… Read more »