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The Rumble in Lost Wages Part Deux – The GOP Poker Game

December 16, 2015

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  My impressions of the last GOP debate of 2015, will be from the 35,000 foot level and I’ll avoid getting too far in the weeds. This is appropriate because one of the CNN analysts asked, “Did we hear substantive plans?” and the answer is that we did not. What we did hear, with some […]

U.S. Mosques – Command & Control Centers of Jihad

December 11, 2015

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The Omar Ibn El Khattab Mosque that the Little Rock shooter, Abdulhakim Muhammad attended under the spiritual direction of prominent Muslim Brotherhood Imam, Dr. Hany Saqr.   Along with the indoctrination at Sharia adherence mosques, is the limitless access to malevolent missives and recruitment taking place by the minute on social media. Elton Simpson tweeted […]

American Mosques – Jihad Central

December 9, 2015

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Editor’s Note:  In the second report in this series, we examined the central role that the mosque plays in the radicalization of Muslims in America and the terror that is spawned in them. We pick up that thread here in more detail and will conclude our series tomorrow with a recommendation of a course of […]

You Can’t Protect America with a Blindfold on.

December 6, 2015

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Editor’s Note:  This is the first of a three part series on domestic terror prompted by the edicts of the “religion of peace”. We will begin with examining what the actual causes are of attacks like the one in San Bernardino, Boston and Garland, Texas, and by contrast, what aspects are merely the effects. The […]

Paris Terror, Islamic Militants and Euro vs Euro

November 17, 2015

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  I have a number of observations concerning the horrific attack by Muslim fanatics on Parisian concert goers and others attending sports events and just enjoying the evening on Friday of last week, which claimed 129 victims and likely to claim more. Before I begin, my heart goes out to the survivors of the attack […]

What’s wrong and right about Donald Trump, the Presidential Apprentice? Almost everything and almost nothing.

July 13, 2015

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This will be the first and the last column I have written exclusively about the subject of Donald Trump and his candidacy. I’m known as a critic of the Donald. I’ve nicknamed him “Donald Chump” – not because I think he is a chump, but more because of my concern that he might wind up […]

The Only Thing We Have To Fear …

July 4, 2015

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The media is partnering with the government to reinforce irrational fear regarding domestic terrorism from the ISIS threat. Unless Americans can be convinced that jihadists are swarming the country and that “chatter” in the social media communications grid and on cell phones suggest that an attack is imminent, no sane justification remains for the excessive […]

Ted Cruz – The Foreign Policy Goldilocks

April 22, 2015

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Part of what prompted me to write this column was a segment on Fox News a few nights ago.  (Editor’s Note: this report has been updated since its’ original 4/22/15 publication).  Sean Hannity, whom I only watch when I’m visiting  mom in Arizona, was interviewing former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani about what the mayor […]

Obama gets go ahead for new round of arming Islamic State militants

September 22, 2014

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                          ISIS needs more trained fighters – Obama and Congress to the rescue There was an expression I heard somewhat frequently growing up – particularly when working with my father.  “Don’t just stand around, do something, even if it’s wrong!”  I recognized this for the negative and facetious comment that it was, and filed it […]

Globalist War Hawks see opportunity in the Islamic State

September 3, 2014

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Hawks…or Vultures? I just read a piece posted on Drudge, from the Washington Post, in which the writers, Sebastian Payne and Robert Costa, take note of what they observe as a shift in the GOP, away from the trend of non-interventionism, back towards ‘hawkism’, i.e, the NeoCon perspective and focus. I don’t doubt the numbers, […]