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Dirty Wars – Jeremy Scahill pulling the veil from covert operations


Jeremy Scahill, known for his book <em>Blackwater</em>, is focusing on covert operations now. His latest book is <em>Dirty Wars</em>, and it has an accompanying documentary. See the official trailer below: <code><iframe width=”480″ height=”270″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/5KpzBAKJmig” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe></code> As observed in the trailer, Scahill has definitely given readers and viewers quite a bit to consider – and much of it could arguably ...

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Conservative Media Elites, Progressives & The Blood of Boston


Well, bravo to the mainstream media – at least the Conservative mainstream media – for finally putting two-and-two together in understanding the role that political correctness plays in the ongoing conflict with violent jihadists and fundamentalist Islam. To say that they showed up “fashionably late” to the party is borderline sarcastic. Nevertheless, the subject has finally been broached and those ...

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I Had a Dream

Last night I had a dream about Barack Obama. In the dream he was a shabby young man.  He had been abandoned by his father and left to be raised by his mom’s family.  His grandparents spent their life criticizing America, while basking in the wealth they had acquired.  His daddy, far away in Kenya, was known for criticizing America. ...

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Does Obamacare Apply to Lawmakers?

obamacare fallout

Talk about hypocrisy.  Key members of Congress are said to be working to find an ‘opt-out’ for themselves and their aides from Obamacare. Politico is reporting that “leaders in both parties are engaged in high-level, confidential talks about exempting lawmakers and Capitol Hill aides from the insurance exchanges they are mandated to join as part of President Barack Obama’s health ...

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Happy Days! Twinkies to Return Soon!


No need to test the longevity of your Twinkies purchased pre company breakup, your favorite snack may be back on the shelves as soon as July! A Columbus, Georgia Dolly Madison plant is scheduled to be up and running by July. The reformulated Hostess Brands expects the most popular products to be back on the shelves this summer. In a ...

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Anti-PC subject matter leads to threats against professor

Anti-PC subject matter leads to threats against professor A professor at a New York university is facing the wrath of students who perceive the content of his lecture as insensitive to victims of abuse. In reality, Dr. Theodore Everett’s SUNY Geneseo lecture was meant to bring attention the prevalence of fraudulent and exaggerated cases of sexual assault that  often cast ...

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Confession of Conviction

A couple weeks ago I decided to “like” several US Senators on Facebook.  Specifically, it was fourteen of the sixteen Republican Senators that voted, in contradiction of their oath of office, on a resolution regarding gun control. Since that time I have also “friended” Bryan Hyde (StGeorgeNews.com and host of 1-4 pm program “Perspectives” on 1450 KZNU).  Today Bryan had ...

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Pentagon’s war on Christianity


When it is one situation, it’s possible to just say it’s an aberration. Two? Well, the likelihood that it’s a coincidence starts going down dramatically. Three? Like the baseball analogy, “three strikes, and you’re out!” And that is precisely where the U.S. military is right now. Since April 5th, readers of Todd Starnes writing have been shown examples of the ...

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Will The Boston Marathon Bombing Be A Power Grab Excuse For Obama?

The bombing on Monday, April 15, 2013, at the finish line of the Boston Marathon and the fact that many innocent people were either killed or injured was, indeed, a tragedy. As Jim Yardley said in an e-mail he sent to me that Monday afternoon: “My first reaction … was the similarity to the Reichstag fire in 1933 as a ...

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George W. Bush Speech at Presidential Library Dedication


George W. Bush was joined by all four living Presidents of the United States, for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, TX. The last time all five men had met was in 2009, shortly before President Obama’s inauguration. Following is George W. Bush’s dedication speech video, and transcript: George W. Bush: I’m retired from politics ...

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There Is No Doubt About Obama Now

If there is any doubt in your mind about what Obama’s intentions have been, well wonder no more. There are many who believe that Obama truly wants to run this country into the ground, in his own words he has said that he wants to “fundamentally transform” our country, there should be no doubt that is exactly what he is ...

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Answer to No One


I have found my new anthem- “Answer to No One” by Colt Ford! Eric Boling featured this song on “The Five” this evening. As Mike Brandstatt said in the comments on YouTube: “Can i turn this up louder? I don’t think Obama can hear it yet.” Can I get a “Hell yeah”?!

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Secretary Napolitano Caught in Lie, Media Absent

Janet Napolitano

Under oath! Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee to discuss immigration policy and was quickly questioned about a Saudi national who was reported early in the investigation of the Boston Marathon bombings as a “person of interest.” Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) inquired about Abdul Rahman Ali al Harbi, about whom Napolitano refused to answer questions ...

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Rand Loves The Drones? Not Quite…


Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has learned another key lesson of the “age of sound bytes.” During an appearance on Neil Cavuto’s Fox Business Network show, Paul pointed out he didn’t mind using drones or any kind of technology against an “imminent threat,” whether it was a terrorist or “someone coming out of a liquor store with a weapon and 50 ...

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