Category Terrorism

Midway

If Hindus were terrorists, we’d be fighting Hindus. If Buddhists were terrorists we’d be fighting Buddhists. If atheists were terrorists we’d be fighting atheists. The war against terror has nothing to do with hatred and everything to do with terror.

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We Will Fight Them On the… Whatever…

Obama has left all of the ideological doors open so that he can pop in and out of them at the times when they are popular. In his attempts to look strong he makes himself look weak because trying to prove his strength makes him look insecure. Yet, if he does not show some courage and leadership, he will be accused of the same fault. He does not cling to an ideology — just to himself.

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Impotent Inimical Insanity

The democrats and republicans have spent most of the recent weeks dominating the news with talk of a government shutdown acting like old men arguing about the best placement of the deck chairs on the Titanic. Now they’ve settled: They’re going to narrow down the number of chairs they argue about. Okay, okay, really: They […]

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START Praying

While you were dreaming of a big box wrapped with a bow on top sitting under a heavily adorned tree, the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) — which was signed between Obama and Russian President Dimitry Medvedev earlier this year — was ratified by the Senate. Now it’s official, we will reduce our […]

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Confused and Irresponsible

President Obama officially announced that that United States will be pulling out of Iraq on August 31 in the Oval Office. But in his speech he seemed to have confused goals and ideas. Both in his address’ to the troops at Fort Bliss and in the Oval Office, he stated that the war in Iraq […]

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A Mosque by Any Other Name…

70% of Americans oppose the Ground Zero “Muslim community center” (mosque) and for a good reason. The issues are not tolerance or religious liberty, but rather, ignoring cultural sensitivities and allowing radical anti-American ideologies to prevail. And this is only the beginning. While the first amendment of the U.S. Constitution, fortunately, preserves the right to […]

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News This Weak?

This is a summary of the news this week, June 20-June 26. Politics President Obama met with Russian President Dimtry Medvedev over a diplomatic hamburger to talk about helping Russia join the World Trade Organization (WTO.) “Not quite healthy,” noted Medvedev on the hamburger, but “you can feel the spirit of America.” General Stanley McChrystal […]

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McChrystal Sharp

(You can view the beginning of this conflict here.) Fifty-five year-old four star general (commander and strategist in Afghanistan)  Stanley McChrystal walked into the spotlight this week with remarks recorded and published by Rolling Stone magazine (please note that the article is explicit.) The article quoted McChrystal disrespecting colleagues and superiors in Afghanistan such as […]

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Bringing a Knife to a Gun Fight

Be careful above all things not to let go of the atomic weapon until you are sure, and more than sure, that other means of preserving peace are in your hands.” -Winston Churchill in a warning to the United States The Obama Administration has expressed its opinion numerous times to do away with nuclear weapons. […]

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Connecting the Dots

The unsuccessful bombing on Christmas day Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was not any surprise, he was no dark horse. Investors Business Daily reported that “Abdulmutallab’s father walked into the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria earlier this year to warn America about this fanatic.” President Obama said, “There were bits of information available within the intelligence community that […]

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Are There Actions Behind His Words?

President Obama recently gave his big speech at West Point, “On The Way Forward In Afghanistan And Pakistan”. In this speech many strong words were uttered. He talked about our present economy (etc), and of course, Afghanistan, “our cause is just, our resolve unwavering.” He said, many things, but will those words result in action? […]

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