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We Need to Be Honest; Dispensing With the Spin

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As we consider the anniversary of September 11th – now, both 2001 and 2012, it is important to consider some simple truths. These truths eluded our government and the nation in the early days after September 11th, 2001, because partisan politicians in Washington, DC, erected walls that kept our law enforcement and intelligence communities from honestly informing each other about ...

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Refusal to Answer


The official Massachusetts State Police statement on the 5 men and 2 women arrested for trespassing near the largest man-made water reservoir in the U.S. just days after the Boston Marathon bombings is “no comment,” but that’s not the end of the story. Publicly, MSP cannot legally release the names or other information about the 7 individuals because they haven’t ...

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America Our Way with Dustin Hoyt – July 10th


When: Wednesday, July 10th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: America Our Way with Dustin Hoyt on Blog Talk Radio What: Dustin Hoyt takes on the biggest issues of the day, advocating for smaller government, liberty, common sense, and honest politicians. His insight and witty commentary provide entertaining and provoking angles on everything from fiscal policy to the most sensational statements. With a ...

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Questions Remain After 7 Arrested For Trespassing

Shortly after midnight on May 14, 2013, five men and two women, all of Middle Eastern decent, were arrested for trespassing within the boundaries of the Quabbin water reserve just outside Boston, Mass. The seven, who are from Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Singapore, are recent chemical engineering grads and “cited their education and career interests” for being at the reserve, ...

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Saudi Man Arrives at Detroit Airport with Pressure Cooker in Suitcase

Intimidating pressure cookers like this will be a thing of the past after Democrat Terry McAuliffe becomes Virginia governor.

This one surely will be chalked up under the ‘stupid criminals’ chapter, or maybe the “Oh, for God’s Sakes.” A man flying in from Saudi Arabia this weekend was stopped by a Customs agent. He apparently had a few pages missing from his Passport (unbeknownst to him, of course). And when the agents looked in his suitcase he had brought ...

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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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Saudi that was questioned after bombing – deported


On the day of the Boston Marathon bombing, there was talk of a suspect, then person of interest – Abdul Rahman Ali al-Harbi. Now, that Saudi man is no longer on considered as a potential bomber, and has apparently been deported. His departure is markedly like how the Bin Laden family members were removed from U.S. soil shortly after the ...

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Harlem Shake – Iraqi Style


Everybody’s doing the Harlem Shake these days. It’s even caught on in the Middle East. According to Al-Monitor’s Pulse, tracking trending media in the region, the above video is trending. Of course, a quick search on YouTube leads one to a “greatest hits” version out of Saudi Arabia: Gotta give credit to the ones that didn’t opt to cover their ...

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Real War on Women: Husbands Alerted if Wives Leave Country

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There is a real war on women. And it’s not the one contrived by liberals to win voters in the last election. No, this war on women takes place in many countries. It’s hard for people of the U.S. to imagine but there are still places where women are still seen as second class citizens. The Wahhab religion, is a ...

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Managing Illegal Immigration: One Option


Everyone agrees there is a need for the United States government to manage immigration. Our southern border is nearly 2,000 miles long; its sheer length invites many to cross looking for a better life. Those who make it illegally are often willing to work for lower wages than residents. There are many in the US who would like us to ...

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9/11 Again? Saudi Arabian Students Are Here

There are currently 65,000 students from Saudi Arabia in the US. That may or may not be well and good. Even if the vast majority of them are, in fact, students, then some number of terrorists, recent history teaches us, have entered this country. For perspective, there are now four times as many Saudi Arabian “students” in the US as ...

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Politics and Oil – Strange Bedfellows

If there was ever a reason for President Barack Hussein Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline and to support drilling in the US, this is it. We learn that in December, 2010, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, in a leaked note, that Saudi Arabia is the single biggest contributor to the funding of Islamic extremism. In a secret ...

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“Iran to be Held Accountable”: Out Comes the Obama Wet Noodle!

Without a doubt, the story of the day was the unveiling of an Iranian plot to assassinate Ambassadors to the United States, ON U.S. soil, from Saudi Arabia and Israel.  At minimum, this is a clear act of provocation by a regime that has made it clear their contempt for the United States and Israel.  At worst, it’s an act ...

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Lipton vs. The Burqa

In a stunning announcement that will guarantee King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia a place in history next to Susan B Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Nancy Pelosi….. well…. OK, his worship has decreed that, starting in 2015, women will gain the right to run and vote in local elections for the first time in the history of the kingdom.  Of ...

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