Tag Archives: Egypt

White House states that suspending aid to Egypt ‘not in best interests’

The White House stated today that aid to Egypt will continue, and that suspending it at this point is not in the best interests of the U.S. This comes as some pressure had been building over the legality of continued financial support of the embattled nation. Those that were opposed to continued support were arguing… Read More »

Getting Hammered Radio – Friday, July 5, 2013

  When: Friday, July 5, 2013 at 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Getting Hammered with Steve Hamilton and Stevie J West Tonight: We’re celebrating our Countries Independence, talking about Egypt, The Zimmerman Trial, and wrapping up the week in the News. While Stevie is doing some wedding stuff (not hers lol) and will join us occasionally,… Read More »

Mohamed Morsi has been removed as president of Egypt

After vowing that he would not leave office yesterday, Mohammed Morsi has been removed as president of Egypt. The constitution of that nation has been suspended, and the chief justice of the constitutional court, Adli Mansour, has been named as the interim leader by the head of the Egyptian military, Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. While the… Read More »

The Confederate Corner with George Neat July 2nd – Firefighters, Fourth of July, and Freedom

When: Tuesday, July 2nd, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Confederate Corner with George Neat on Blog Talk Radio What: Yes there are Confederates north of the Mason-Dixon line, and George Neat is one of them. And we’re happy to bring his views to you in the “Confederate Corner” radio show. For more information on George and his… Read More »

Thousands Protest in Cairo

Moderate Egyptians: Our Brief Window of Hope Closes Concern about Egyptian President Morsi’s proclamations and the upcoming constitutional referendum continues to grow. Thousands of protesters marched on the presidential palace defying the police and their threats of tear gas. The protesters are a diverse group of Egyptians including Christians and moderates, concerned that the country… Read More »

Morsi-White House: Similar Designs?

Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy declared he is exempt from overview by Egyptian courts, saying they cannot overturn any decision or law he has issued since taking office or until a new Egyptian constitution is finalized.  Morsy also decreed that Egypt’s courts will have no authority or oversight over a constitution-writing panel dominated by Islamists.  The… Read More »

Obama’s Policy on Egypt – Trade Mubarak for Morsi

Before the Arab Spring, Egypt was ruled by a dictator, that happened to be on good terms with the U.S. in spite of anything else. Many moons have passed, and the earth has cooled considerably since then (global warming alarmists notwithstanding.) In spite of any wishes for something remotely resembling democracy in Egypt, President Mohamed… Read More »

Arab Spring … Turns to Winter?

Last week newly elected Egyptian president Mursi proclaimed he had ultimate authority and his decisions would not be eligible for judicial review. Following a surge in protests the president backtracked somewhat, stating that his power would be only of temporary nature. Al Arabiya: Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi reiterated on Sunday the “temporary nature” of his… Read More »

Egypt latest launching point for artillery strikes on Israel

Egypt has become the latest launching point for rocket and artillery strikes against Israel joining the Gaza Strip and Syria in unprovoked attacks on the Jewish state. The Jerusalem Post reported on Friday that rockets were fired from the Sinai Peninsula towards an Isreali village on the southern border. No injuries were reported. These latest attacks come after… Read More »

My Address To the United Nations on Behalf of Americans

President Obama will address the United Nations this week and reports are that he will once again address the YouTube video that is supposedly fueling the anti-American riots across the Middle East. Whatever he says, I know I will be underwhelmed and disappointed. I decided to provide my own address to the United Nations. This… Read More »

White House: Mid East Attacks Not Premeditated

The attack on America’s Benghazi consulate was not premeditated. It was all about the video. So said the White House, so said the State Department, so said U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice: “Our current best assessment, based on the information that we have at present, is that, in fact, what this began… Read More »

White House Fails at Home and Abroad

Why are Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the White House obsessed with apologizing for an amateur video that no-one had heard of, seen or cared about?  Why are they so obsessed with singing the praises of “a great religion” who’s leaders are the world’s leading proponent for mob violence and mass murder? In light… Read More »