Archive for: May 2011

May 14, 2011

It was the only reasonable decision for the President to make

Filed under: Politics In General,War On Terror - 14 May 2011

V.P. Joe Biden in introducing President Obama, using obvious political rhetoric, told service members at Fort Campbell, Ky. that the decision made by Obama to raid the Bin Laden compound in Pakistan was a “gutsy” one. This, of course, provided …

Obama: Bin Laden’s death will aid victory against al-Qaeda

Filed under: War On Terror - 14 May 2011

The killing of al-Qaeda’s notorious leader Osama bin Laden as well as the collection of his abundant intelligence material by U.S. commandos during their raid that killed the world’s most wanted terrorist will help the United States deal a serious …

Democrat Desperation And The Mitch Daniels Ruse

It is difficult to arrive at a single, concise definition of the Tea Party, the issues that drive its participants, and what it represents for America. Some sub-groups within it are primarily focused on the fiscal excesses of the Federal …

Presidential Texts From The Edge

Filed under: J.J. Jackson's Opinion,Politics In General - 14 May 2011

President Obama has a PLAN. And by PLAN I mean The Personalized Localized Alerting Network, announced Monday, which will let government text you on your cell phone. PLAN is an extension of the Emergency Alert System we have …

May 13, 2011

Bin Laden Death Photo: Obama Breaks from History, America Losing Spine

Filed under: War On Terror - 13 May 2011

It is said that a picture says a thousand words. When it comes to today’s politically correct world, presenting some pictures may say even more. President Barack Obama’s refusal to submit the death photo of the number one terrorist behind …

Al-Qaeda suspect nabbed for cafe bombing in Marrakesh

Filed under: War On Terror - 13 May 2011

by Jim Kouri

A prime suspect arrested by Morocco security agents in that nation’s intense investigation of the deadly April 28 terrorist bombing in Marrakesh has been linked to al-Qaeda, according to a report by Morocco’s Interior Ministry to the U.S. …

Osama, Usama is this just the beginning of the end? But what about the Youths?

Filed under: War On Terror - 13 May 2011

By:Dr Phil Taverna

The pundits of the world have exploded in many different directions. And you have to laugh a little at the battle of whose fault is it that America caught Osama.

First off let’s give credit to …

The Barack Obama Administration: Fifty Facts Regarding the Assassination of Osama bin Laden

According to numerous studies, it takes 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert at something. Whether sport, art, science, vocation, lying, or incompetence, it can be accomplished in as little as 10,000 hours of practice. Therein lies Barack Obama …

May 12, 2011

The Reagan Legacy: Osama bin Laden dead

Filed under: History - 12 May 2011

Yes, it’s true…. As hard as it is to believe that Barack Obama didn’t single-handedly take out Osama bin Laden between black-tie galas and lining-up putts, there’s another iconic president we should thank: Ronald Reagan.  When the Gipper took office, …

Liberty vs Social Conservatives

Filed under: Conservatism & Libertarianism - 12 May 2011

By: Chuck Burns

After listening to several radio talk shows today, I have reached the conclusion that many on the right are beginning to stir up their social conservative policies yet again. I believe this to be a mistake, for …

What’s Your Tea Party Story?

Filed under: Politics In General - 12 May 2011

I was thinking the other day about the extraordinary chain of events which lead to me being involved in the Tea Party movement. I had been a singer/songwriter for years in the music business. Ten years ago, this led to …

The killing of Osama Bin Laden: Revenge or Justice?

In light of the jubilant celebrations all over America, spawned by the announcement that Osama Bin Laden had been killed by Navy Seals, we have to assess the appropriateness of our reactions. It is certainly hard to deny that the …

May 11, 2011

Osama and al-Qaeda’s planned attacks revealing, say security experts

Filed under: War On Terror - 11 May 2011

The details of computers and documents retrieved by Navy SEALs from Osama bin Laden’s Pakistani compound have already provided valuable information such as bin Laden’s contemplating another 9/11, this time targeting railway transportation in the United States.

Palestine – Hamas And Fatah Seal Unreal Deal

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy - 11 May 2011

The announcement this week in Cairo of the long awaited reconciliation between rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah has turned out to be to nothing more than an agreement to continue negotiating on a range of so far unresolved – …

Pulling the plug on Obamacare

Court challenges will cast critical eye at constitutionality

Obamacare is like turnip greens: bitter and hard to swallow, but Mommy made you choke them down anyway. The difference is that turnip greens are constitutional (though perhaps they shouldn’t be). They’re also …

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