While the Republican Party rank and file on the grassroots level has made it clear to the party big-wigs that the seemingly endless game of the same old, same old needs to stop, many of the GOP faithful are still wondering if the honchos even bother listening.
Frustration by many of the working-class Republicans saw the emergence of not only the Tea Party, but also of the House Freedom Caucus who many inside the DC Beltway credit for the resignation of Ohio Republican John Boehner from his post as Speaker of the House. Continue reading →
Many conservatives are applauding Russian President Vladimir Putin for his decision to intervene in the Syrian civil war. Even though the US-led coalition has been bombing ISIS for more than a year, many feel that Putin has taken a leadership role in the war in comparison to President Obama’s lackluster resolve.
A good example of the conservative applause for Putin comes from Robin McFee of Family Security Matters who applauded Putin for his “moral clarity” in pointing out the failures of the Obama Administration in the Middle East. Going even further, Walid Shoebat, a former terrorist who converted to Christianity, called Putin’s intervention in Syria “a holy war,” saying “it is the latest crusade of our time.”
With US borders being so porous, the only way to stop “dirty bombs” or other WMD attacks within the homeland is to catch the terrorists before they get here. European security officials and members of American law enforcement successfully thwarted at least four attempts at selling radioactive material to Islamic extremists in the Middle East.
Organized crime gangs with suspected ties to Russian organized crime — many of whom are former KGB agents — in the latest case of WMD (weapons of mass destruction) smuggling had intercepted a huge cache of deadly cesium — enough to contaminate several city blocks — and specifically sought a buyer from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), according to Fox News on Wednesday.
A source via Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children sent some startling information to us a couple of days ago regarding the crash of a C-130 Hercules aircraft in Afghanistan. The source claimed that the plane was taken down by two Stinger Missiles.
“That C-130 that crashed in Afghanistan was shot down. 2 Stinger Missiles. The air traffic control logs went to the Pentagon. They are in upheaval. Factions are developing. The pilots of the Hercules reported being engaged by missiles and deploying chaff sticks and flares. Then the radio went dead.”
As depicted in the film Schindler’s List, as SS Hauptsturmführer Amon Goeth was briefing his troops on destroying a Polish city’s Jewish Quarter, screen writer Steven Zaillian may have penned the best example of how a determined force can make centuries of history disappear in very short order.
As the scenarist wrote; “Six hundred years ago, when elsewhere they were footing the blame for the Black Death, Casimir the Great – so called – told the Jews they could come to Kraków. They came. They trundled their belongings into the city. They settled. They took hold. They prospered in business, science, education, the arts. They came with nothing. And they flourished. For six centuries there has been a Jewish Kraków. By this evening those six centuries will be a rumor. They never happened.”
(Dakota Meyer receiving the Medal of Honor; Wikimedia public domain photo)
For the past year, ISIS has not only videotaped the beheading of innocent civilians, mostly Christians, something they enjoy; they have issued several direct threats pledging to infiltrate America, some pretending to be refugees from Syria, in order to launch attacks against Americans. One Medal of Honor recipient, Dakota Meyer, released a message to ISIS.
While President Obama and his administration are setting their sights on looking for ways to deny Americans their Second Amendment rights, giving amnesty to illegal aliens, worsening race relations and negotiating a bad deal with Iran, they are ignoring the ISIS threats and infiltration through the Syrian refugees. Continue reading →
As the old adage goes; if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. In light of the word leaking out that the Nobel Institute may be regretting their 2009 choice of Barack Obama, the same sing-song truism just may be echoing off the walls in Oslo.
And if the whispers in the corridors of power ring true, the duo being mentioned at co-awardees very well have essentially guaranteed that the Islamic Republic of Iran will be a member of the Nuclear Bomb Club within at least 10 years. Continue reading →
Marine Corps Base, Hawaii – A sign erected after 9-11 that was intended to bring hope to our military has become the focus of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. Surprise. Not. And remember, Mikey Weinstein, the atheist, founded this organization as well as the “Freedom From Religion Foundation.” They want it removed or moved to the chapel area.
The sign reads: “God bless the military, their families and the civilians who work with them.”
In the wake of Barack Obama’s diplomatically finalized nuclear deal with Iran, the ayatollahs have found themselves with even deeper pockets then they already have.
With Iran already perched atop a veritable ocean of oil, the ayatollahs calling the shots in the Tehran-government now have the international green light to go forward with not only a nuclear program, but thanks to Barack Obama and John Kerry, they will soon have access to well over a tenth of a trillion American dollars.
Many reporters wish they could have been a fly on the lip of Obama during his meeting with Russian President Putin.
At just about the same time the news media swooned over President Barack Obama’s speech at the United Nations on Monday, hundreds of Islamic terrorists from the group that Obama boasted was on the decline, recaptured the city of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan after a bloody ambush.
The members of the Afghan Taliban, who were said to be experiencing a decline in their power, are now in control of a major city for the first time since 2001 when the United States launched its retaliatory invasion against Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaida group and the ruling Taliban who allowed him to use their country as a stronghold.