Tag Archives: War on Terror

Benghazi, Obama and the Surreal Expectations of the Progressive Left

Ace has a post up relating to the Benghazi disaster, starting with a sharp tweet: As @johnekdahl puts it: It was decided from the first moments that this wasn’t terrorism, because it would be politically harmful if it were terrorism. … Continue reading

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You think?

Having seen a fellow Ambassador dragged through the streets and other embassies burning and under siege, do you think any American Ambassadors (and their staff) in Arab and/or Muslim countries are comfortable and secure? God help these people.

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Quote of the Day

“Those in the international community who refuse to put red lines before Iran don’t have a moral right to place a red light before Israel.” -Benjamin Netanyahu

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Canada Assumes Role as Leader of the Free World

Today, Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird said: “Canada views the government of Iran as the most significant threat to global peace and security in the world today. The government of Canada is formally listing Iran as a state sponsor of … Continue reading

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Unbelievable: Photoshop of Freedom Tower Attacked By Airliners (Updated)

I was looking for a photo of the current state of progress in building the Freedom Tower a few minutes ago.  So I simply Googled “Freedom Tower” and hit the “Images” tab expecting to find a lot of shots by … Continue reading

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Troopathon 2012

Breitbart’s Dana Loesch is reporting: Organized by Move America Forward, we raised over $371,000 dollars. Funds raised go towards providing care packages for our men and women overseas. Despite assurances from the Obama administration that the war on terror is … Continue reading

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Arab Spring Blooms

From the Investigative Project on Terrorism, the Arab Spring doesn’t seem to be working out quite like progressives hoped… In an unprecedented televised debate for Egyptian presidential candidates, the two frontrunners aggressively attacked each others’ credentials but found common ground … Continue reading

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