Posts Tagged ‘Current Events’

Breitbart Oped: Obama’s Russian Hacking Shell Game

January 6th, 2017

It is interesting that President Barack Obama, who during eight years in office has, historically, been slow to act on international challenges, has moved quickly to impose sanctions upon Russia for alleged interference with the 2016 election. He moves well before a detailed investigation into the issue can be concluded.   Compare the timeline for the investigation

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WND Oped: WHY TODAY’S TERRORISM IS NEVER-ENDING

January 6th, 2017

Interestingly, during the last several weeks of President Barack Obama’s term in office, two stories made news that subtly suggest the true nature of the war we are fighting and how long we will be fighting it – suggestions about which Obama still remains in denial.   The first involves an announcement by the military’s

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Breitbart Oped: Berlin: When Will Merkel Realize the Unknown Unknowns Have Become Known Knowns?

January 6th, 2017

In a February 2002 news conference, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld was asked about evidence linking Iraq to supplying terrorist groups with weapons of mass destruction.   Rumsfeld famously observed “we know there are known knowns… there are also known unknowns… but there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don’t know we don’t know…”   As

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WND Oped: SECRET BEHIND DEMS’ SUDDEN CONCERN FOR CYBERSECURITY

January 6th, 2017

Just as important as knowing whether Vladimir Putin interfered with the 2016 U.S. presidential election is knowing, if so, why he favored Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.   As to interference, a jury applying the standard of proof used in U.S. courtrooms on criminal matters – i.e., guilt beyond a reasonable doubt – would be hard-pressed to

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FSM Oped: UN Resolution Condemning Israel: “Et tu, Barack?”

January 6th, 2017

On March 15, 44 BC, Roman emperor Julius Ceasar, surrounded by a group of 60 senators, was repeatedly stabbed. Initially resisting his assassins, a crestfallen Ceasar saw among them a good friend, Brutus Albinus. Disbelieving, he uttered as his last words, “Et tu, Brute (you too, Brutus)?”   More than two millennia later, the expression

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Breitbart Oped: Congress’s 9/11 Lawsuit Bill Opens Pandora’s Box of Claims Against U.S.

December 7th, 2016

The Senate recently passed the Justice Against State Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) – a law intended to permit victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia in court for being complicit in the terrorist acts committed that day.   The law has opened up Pandora’s Box, creating risks with international consequence

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FSM Oped: Was “Hamilton” Actor Who Lectured Pence Acting?

December 7th, 2016

On November 18th, following his performance in the Broadway musical “Hamilton,” Brandon Victor Dixon chose to lecture a member of the audience preparing to leave-Vice President-elect Mike Pence. Dixon’s lecture focused on social justice concerns being honored by the incoming Donald Trump Administration.   While Dixon took advantage of his theatrical soap box to deliver

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WND Oped: OHIO STATE ATTACK: WHAT DID WE LEARN?

December 7th, 2016

In endeavoring to identify a scintilla of logic related to events emerging from the Ohio State University attack in which Somali refugee Abdul Razak Ali Artan, 18, tried to kill pedestrians, first attempting mass slaughter by running over them with his car and then by jumping out to attack them with a butcher knife purchased for this

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Breitbart Oped: Obama Used ‘Fake News’ to Sell the Iran Nuclear Deal

December 7th, 2016

During a press conference last month with German leader Angela Merkel in Berlin, President Barack Obama provided us with a “Jesse Jackson moment.”   For those who have forgotten, in 1998, as the Monica Lewinsky sex scandalreared its ugly head, Reverend Jesse Jackson offered President Bill Clinton his services as a spiritual advisor.   It would turn out

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The Washington Times Oped: The canary in the free speech coal mine

December 7th, 2016

A safety practice used in the early days of coal mining involved the use of canaries. Since these birds were susceptible to the ill effects of deadly toxic gas exposure before humans, caged canaries brought into the mines were closely monitored as an early warning system of lurking danger.   A criminal trial, recently completed

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