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Monthly Archives: September 2011
by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch
Even as the Obama administration celebrates the killing of American-born al-Qaeda operative Anwar al-Awlaki and his traitorous friend Samir Khan in Yemen, its analysts are beginning to admit their war by decree in Libya empowered Islamic extremists bent on exporting jihad throughout the region. Thanks to Obama’s policies, al-Qaeda-linked radicals may be pillaging Muammar Qaddafi’s stockpile of weapons and receiving shipments of contraband from overseas.
In the closest … Read the Rest of this Post
by Doug Book, CoachIsRight.com
Did a threat to “go public” by the man who made the recordings, Lone Wolf gun store owner Andre Howard, force the Justice Department to provide the previously “secret” Fast and Furious tapes to CBS News?
Andre Howard was in a tough spot. For two years he had provided valuable assistance on Operation Fast and Furious to the ATF, the FBI, and the Phoenix office of the U.S. Attorney, selling … Read the Rest of this Post
by Dr. Paul G. Kengor
Envy is sadness or discontent at another’s good fortune or excellence. Dante defined it as a perversion of one’s own good; a “wish to deprive” others of their own good. Augustine deemed it “the diabolical sin.”
Conservative columnist George Will quips that envy is the most miserable of the deadly sins because it brings not even fleeting pleasure.
No, envy simply makes you downright miserable and angry, at best … Read the Rest of this Post
by Susan Stamper Brown
Some of my fondest childhood memories include times when my father and I served meals to those in need at our town’s local Rescue Mission. Coming from humble beginnings as the daughter of a hard-working blue-collar worker, helping the homeless, sick, hungry, abused, and addicted taught me there would always be someone a little less fortunate than I out there who was in need of a helping hand. I came to … Read the Rest of this Post
by Jan Ting
The seemingly bitter struggle between Republicans and Democrats is just political theater concealing a long-standing, bipartisan determination to spend the nation into oblivion, with the self-serving and counter-productive excuse that national security demands it. That’s the belief of Andrew Bacevich, a career U.S. Army officer and West Point graduate who is now a professor of history and international relations at Boston University.
In his most recent book, Washington Rules, … Read the Rest of this Post
by Ben Johnson, The White House Watch
A series of anti-Obama signs in New Orleans’ Uptown neighborhood have raised the ire of a local city councilwoman, who promises to exploit “whatever we can use” to have them removed. And former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin has personally intervened to try to talk the homeowner, Timothy Reily, into squelching his freedom of speech.
Reily posted three placards expressing his displeasure with the president on his property … Read the Rest of this Post