Posts Tagged ‘Current Events’

Breitbart Oped: Hillary’s Great Escape: How FBI Email Scandal Dismissal Put Clinton Above the Law

August 3rd, 2016

Bryan Nishimura must have been shocked to learn about Hillary Clinton’s “great escape” from an indictment for her “extremely careless” handling of classified material on her private email servers.   A year ago, the FBI helped convict Nishimura — a U.S. Navy reservist and Afghan war veteran — of committing the same crime for which Hillary will

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August 2nd, 2016

In the aftermath of the Orlando mass killing at a gay nightclub in the early morning hours of June 12, 2016, statements made both before and after the incident reveal a gap in understanding why such acts of domestic terrorism will only continue.   On March 29, English-born Imam Farrohk Sekaleshfar spoke to an audience

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Author, retired Marine visits Solera

July 16th, 2016
Author, retired  Marine visits Solera

By Sherry Andervich In celebration of the July 4th holiday, Solera Beaumont residents and guests were treated to a special presentation by internationally acclaimed best-selling author and speaker Lt. Colonel James Zumwalt, USMC retired, who writes extensively on foreign policy and defense issues. Son of Adm. Elmo T. Zumwalt, Commander of U.S. Naval Forces Vietnam (1968-1970)

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Frontpage Mag Oped: HIROSHIMA: A TALE OF TWO U.S. PRESIDENTS: Obama’s attack on Truman’s necessary decision.

June 8th, 2016

One week into office, President Barack Obama apologized to the Muslim world declaring, “we have not been perfect.” Traveling the globe as president, he continually blames America for the world’s ills.   Unsurprisingly, therefore, veterans groups opposed Obama’s May 27 visit to Hiroshima, Japan, where America dropped the world’s first atomic bomb, bringing an end

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Breitbart Oped: Obama’s Legacy: Media Negligence Empowered Ben Rhodes to Prey on National ‘Stupidity’

May 31st, 2016

With the clock winding down on Barack Obama’s presidency, historians are gearing up to write his legacy. They, unlike journalists reporting on daily issues, will engage in more detailed research to assess Obama’s tenure.   Thus, the historian’s assessment should prove much more accurate—and telling.   Obama foreign policy guru Ben Rhodes recently claimed journalists

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The Blaze Oped: Nail Driven into a European Democracy’s Coffin

May 29th, 2016

Said at the height of the United Kingdom’s greatest expanse in 1922 was, “the sun never sets on the British Empire.” It was a time Britain held sway over a fifth of the world’s population.   One wonders how 20th century Brits felt as that influence began waning in World War II’s aftermath. At what point

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The Blaze Oped: Purple Hearts Tell Us Who the Enemy Is As Obama Won’t

May 27th, 2016

The process by which the Purple Heart is awarded to qualifying members of the military has been a most telling indicator of how President Barack Obama seeks to keep hidden the true identity of the enemy we fight today.   Simultaneous occupation on the battlefield of the same space by a warrior and an enemy

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The Blaze Oped: Islam: What Lies Ahead for the Next Thousand Years?

May 26th, 2016

Retired U.S. Army Major General Jerry Curry gleaned tremendous insights into the Muslim mindset through his military experiences, both as a junior and senior officer. These insights, ignored by our current president, need to be understood by the next one.   As a junior officer, Curry developed friendships with his Arab military counterparts from among the allied

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The Blaze Oped: Obama’s UK Visit Had Churchill Rolling Over in His Grave

May 25th, 2016

The British undoubtedly are grateful for President Barack Obama’s recent visit to their country – knowing it will be his last in office.   Not one to miss an opportunity to lecture an ally (but never a foe), Obama stuck his nose into an issue best left to the Brits to decide – whether or not

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The Blaze Oped: Tensions Mount on Temple Mount But Cameras Won’t Be Mounted

May 24th, 2016

On September 7, 1986, sports and video technology converged to make history.   The Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears were playing the Cleveland Browns. Three plays into the game, a bad snap by Chicago sent the ball bouncing towards the end zone. Crossing the back of the end zone would put the ball out of play,

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