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What’s With All The NewSpeak?

Since being introduced to the Obama administration, new terms have come into existence and old terms are getting new definitions.  Every time a new phrase, altered term or historical revision becomes public, I imagine Orwell’s Winston in his cubical at the Ministry of Truth pulling up old stories and “rectifying” them. Some memorable acts of rectification are the Department of ...

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Obama Takes Sides: Hugo Chavez Over England

On April 2nd, 1982 the Argentine Military invaded and occupied the Falkland Islands which had been home to nothing but British Shepherds for years. The British Navy responded with the largest naval action since WWII and In the ensuing Falklands War 900 people lost their lives. The British won the war and maintained ownership and control of the Falklands. Now ...

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With Enemies Like These Who Needs Friends

There have been myriad posts recently about how our current leadership is apologizing for us, alienating our allies and endearing our enemies. What these articles have not made clear is how many friends we are ditching and how vehemently we are befriending the violent totalitarians of our day. Just today, press secretary Robert Gibbs spent his working hours explaining to ...

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Are We Safer Now?

Barack Obama's 2008 Presidential campaign held the promise of making us safer by being friendlier. The President's foreign policy, the "Obama Doctrine", is naive, dangerous and non-productive.

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