Browsing All posts tagged under »War on Terror«

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 […]

The Compassion of the Religion of Peace is Fatal

December 16, 2014

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One of the main issues that commenced my fallout with George W. Bush, was the incredible statement he made that “Islam is a religion of peace”. From that moment forward, I began to see the fiction of the ‘War On Terror’ in an entirely new light. There could be no war on terror if the […]

Admiral Mullen’s Parapraxis

January 25, 2014

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A soldier returning home from one of our ‘dirty little wars’. I’ve been chewing on that speech that former Admiral Mike Mullen (you know him – one of the main cheerleaders for the repeal of DADT), now retired, gave at a breakfast attended by Gold Star families and members of Concerned Veterans for America, earlier […]

The Note In The Boat

May 17, 2013

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CBS News just conducted an interview with one of their ‘special correspondents’,  former Assistant FBI Director John Miller, in which Mr. Miller explained to them about a note that the surviving Boston Marathon bombing terrorist, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is supposed to have written inside the boat where he was hiding from authorities.  In the note, Dzhokhar […]

His Royal Majesty’s Drones

March 7, 2013

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I wanted to embed one of the all time scenes involving a predator drone from the world of entertainment.  This, from the grand series end finale of my favorite TV drama, 24 – was my initial choice –  because it affords you the script writer’s anticipation of the policy argument now at hand – that […]

Lara Logan – Journalistic Integrity – it’s not always an Oxymoron

October 11, 2012

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I have the sense that I’ve just discovered the needle – or at least a needle, in the proverbial haystack.  A field reporter inside the belly of the beast – the legacy, political, corporate media, that has actually dared to contradict that media’s anointed President and his administration. It’s a little shocking to hear what […]