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Liberals Hate Europeans, Unless They’re Mexicans Or Cubans With European Names

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Liberals are hard to understand. They love Europe with its public transportation, its wine, its single-payer healthcare and its tiny cars, but they hate European accomplishments, especially when considering the old European colonies in the Americas. Here’s the rundown on this subject as it reflects liberal sentiment today, along with an attempt to demonstrate the intellectual deficits involved in related ...

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Obama Thinks Seeking His “Legacy” Means Playing The Fool

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Obama makes a nuke deal with Iran with no pre-conditions, assures Americans and the world that nuclear weapon development will not be allowed to continue, and then gives Iran everything they demand as part of the deal. Obama gets nothing in return for his efforts and now we find out that Iran is indeed continuing to develop a nuclear weapon, ...

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Obama’s Advice for A Failed Cuba: Blame America And Drop The Embargo. Obama’s Advice For A Failing America: Continue On Obama’s Same, Failed Path.

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When Obama decided that we need to start bailing out Castro’s failed paradise in Cuba the situation became a classic case of “blame America first”.  He told us that the terrible fault with Cuba was not the Communism/Fascism practiced by the Castro brothers, but rather America’s meddling in Cuba’s business, and as a result America is destroying the futures of ...

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Missing Hellfire missile ends up in Cuba, Obama unable to get it back

U.S. 5TH FLEET AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (Oct. 12, 2012) Aviation MachinistÕs Mate Airman Kenzie Lane, left, Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd Class John Goyarola and Aviation ElectricianÕs Mate 2nd Class Anthony Boccanelli lift an AGM-114N Hellfire missile from its case to load onto an SH-60B Sea Hawk helicopter from the Proud Warriors of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light (HSL) 42, Det. 7, on the flight deck of the guided-missile destroyer USS Jason Dunham (DDG 109). Jason Dunham is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility conducting maritime security operations, theater security cooperation efforts and support missions for Operation Enduring Freedom. AmericaÕs Sailors are Warfighters, a fast and flexible force deployed worldwide. Join the conversation on social media using #warfighting. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Deven B. King/Released) 121012-N-XQ375-101
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Hellfire missiles are highly-effective and technologically-advanced air-to-ground missiles usually fired from attack helicopters or drones. Somehow this one, intended for European training, ended up in Cuba in 2014. An inert U.S. Hellfire missile sent to Europe for training purposes was wrongly shipped from there to Cuba in 2014, said people familiar with the matter, a loss of sensitive military technology that ranks among the worst-known incidents of its ...

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From the 1980s to Today: The Perversion of Moral Authority in the Free World

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In the 1980s, the world had the leadership of a triumvirate- Pope John Paul II, Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. Their message was simple and straightforward: dignity of the self through adherence to principles through work ethic and larger social interaction. It was a positive ideology that promulgated cohesion and understanding. But it did not shy away from division. Those ...

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The Evils of Political Tolerance Towards Rogue Regimes

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The tolerance of an authoritative hand begets chaos, chaos in which dishonesty and maliciousness reign. Yet, it is precisely this hand of appeasement America has extended to the regimes whose antics resemble those of the lashing out of a petulant child. Dissidents in Syria, Ukraine and Cuba have called out to the United States for help. But the Obama administration ...

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Marco Rubio RNC Speech

Remarks prepared by the Republican National Convention In 1980, I watched my first Republican Convention with my grandfather. He was born to a farming family in rural Cuba. Childhood polio left him permanently disabled. Because he couldn’t work the farm, his family sent him to school, and he became the only one in the family who could read. As a ...

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How Many Foreign Governments are Drilling for Oil, Gas in the U.S. ?

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he has no idea how many foreigners are extracting American gas and oil, while answering questions at a House Committee on Natural Resources hearing held on Nov. 16, 2011. During the hearing, Rep. David Rivera (R-FL) told Salazar that his staff has asked two divisions of Salazar’s Interior Dept., the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) ...

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I was thinking…. Canary in the coal mine

I was thinking….. Sometimes it’s a good thing,  sometimes I just don’t know… I have been fortunate in my life to grow up and live in foreign countries; and in that I have perspective many of my friends and family members  have never had, nor ever will.  It was no accident I decided to come to America (just as many ...

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Hugo Chavez ‘Not Dead’ – Questions Remain on Health

Chavez has been out of sight for several weeks and is allegedly recovering in Cuba following a June 10, surgery. According to his closest friends and allies, Hugo Chavez is still alive and the Venezuelan president is firmly in control of the country. His brother Adan said he had just returned from Cuba and that Hugo was recovering “satisfactorily”. Venezuela’s vice-foreign minister Temir Porras tweeted, “President ...

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