Joseph, you hit the nail on the head! The mess created on the international relations front has been tailored to help diminish the standing of this country within the New World Order, which also ties in with the concurrent destruction of our military establishment.
Also, you are probably the first commentator who has tied the ultimate failure of the Obamacare to the goals specified in the Cloward and Piven strategy BO has been following very consistently.
It would be very helpful if you could tie in the ultimate contributions of all major government ... continue reading »
Something is drastically wrong with American intelligence. We (the American public) are supposed to believe that Obama knew nothing about foreign surveillance of European leaders, and yet an Army private and an intelligence contractor had access to highly sensitive information. If these revelations are true, then the Keystone Cops operation that is the NSA needs to be shut down until adequate safeguards are instituted that prevent willy-nilly access to information that can be embarrassing to U.S. activities. Certainly, the Pollard case was embarrassing to Israel, and it’s not surprising that allies spy on allies.
Eric Grey... continue reading »
Allen West and Thomas Sowell point out the increasingly clear violence of black mobs on white America.
Bill O’Reilly claims it is the breakdown of the black family, while Rev. Al Sharpton insists that it is the lack of jobs in black communities.
In addition to pointing out the problem and the lack of media coverage, black conservatives should also provide their short-run and long-run solutions to the problem. No one wants a “race war,” ... continue reading »
Mr. Farah, I loved your story about Cooper! I am a dog lover, too.
When my husband and I got our first home, we went looking right away for a dog, an outside dog, and we decided on a beautiful boxer my husband named Dagmar. Dagmar was a great watchdog and learned to jump her fence when the kids in the Catholic school across the street had recess. I would hear this noise of children just outside my house and, sure enough, Dag had escaped her confines and stolen the ball from the kids and was having a grand old time!
My intent ... continue reading »
I get a sense of feeling ridiculous when I respond to so many articles from WND, but I can’t constrain myself from doing it. The commentary is just too good, and then there are simple stories like this one that are just about the good things in life.
The insanity that is going on around us is wearing me down, but the remainder of this day will be filled with thoughts of the German Shepard (a black and white) that I had while growing up.
Princess loved playing catch, but not with a ball or Frisbee. She loved catching rocks ... continue reading »
Regarding your story “Democrats ‘wholly own’ Obamacare catastrophe”: Let’s say those who built the dysfunctional Obamacare website were each paid a princely wage of $150 per hour for the job. At this wage and a reported cost of $634,000,000 for the Obamacare website, taxpayers paid for 4,226,666 man-hours, or 528,333 work-days (eight-hour days), or 2,113 work-years (at 250 work days per year) toward the building of a website that doesn’t work.
Barack Obama and Kathleen Sebelius have lot of explai ... continue reading »