Posts Tagged ‘Communism’

Breitbart Oped: Flashback: Ted Kennedy Asked the Soviets for Help Putting a Democrat in the White House

August 16th, 2016

Last month, a comment made by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump about Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s missing emails received mass media coverage—while overlooking an important point.   Trump’s off-the-cuff remark, referencing 30,000 emails Hillary failed to turn over to the U.S. State Department upon leaving office, was: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able

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North Korea’s Kim Need Not Inquire “You talkin’ to me?”

February 20th, 2013

JAMES ZUMWALT || UPI Outside View Commentator HERNDON, Va., Feb. 19 (UPI) — In the 1976 psychological drama “Taxi Driver,” Robert De Niro plays a socially outcast cab driver. In a real-life drama today, North Korea’s Kim Jong Un is an internationally isolated world leader. In both roles, these characters communicate messages delivered with a

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Communism’s Royalty

September 29th, 2010

Published in Human Events September 29, 2010 In 1859, at age 75, the longest-serving Marine Corps Commandant, Brig. Gen. Archibald Henderson, died in office—the last 39 of his 53-year military career spent residing in the Commandant’s quarters in Washington, D.C. Legend has it, after so long, Henderson—forgetting the home belonged to the U.S. government—bequeathed it

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Beijing and Seoul Enable Pyongyang’s Brutality

June 3rd, 2010

Published in Human Events June 3, 2010. SUMMARY: South Korea is sending China the wrong signals following North Korea’s sinking of the warship Cheonan. The photograph of an emotional mother kneeling at the grave of her Navy son underscored the sacrifices this past Memorial Day weekend made by those in uniform. While the photograph was

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Pyongyang Sank South Korean Warship — Now What?

May 25th, 2010

Published in Human Events May 25, 2010. As a North Korean submarine fired a heavy torpedo at the unsuspecting South Korean warship Cheonan, sinking her on March 26, Pyongyang believed it had gotten away with murder. It apparently had no idea evidence—such as torpedo parts, retrieved acoustics data, etc.—would all be recoverable in an extensive

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