Obama is an ideological brick. He is part of a vast conspiracy of diminished intellect that cements itself into a socialistic wall.
Go into any college and ask a sophomore his opinion on politics and foreign affairs. You will think that Obama is speaking through his lips.
Go back to the ’60s and ask a student or an academic what his views on big government, gay rights or Vietnam were and you would find a precursor of Obama’s clichés. You would hear his derivative communism and think that you are listening to a supporter of Khrushchev or Castro.
Obama is so trapped in his Lego that he can’t break a pi ... continue reading »
Regarding “White House fails to get word of Iran explosion” – what can we expect from a possible red diaper baby mouthpiece speaking for a Muslim communist dictator that circumvents Congress through intimidation and corruption?
A coup has taken place under our broken-system noses.
I commend you for another excellent column, this one having to do with Secretary Clinton’s “what difference does it make” non-testimony.
This suggests some similarities to an event older than Benghazi. I’m sure you are quite familiar with it. A king had done something wrong, and he preferred to keep it a secret. In order to do that, it would help greatly if a certain soldier fell in battle. Brave soldiers died in battles all the time, only this time, he made it more certain by ordering him to the point of the enemy’s greatest strength and inst ... continue reading »
Please keep up the heat on Benghazi just as the Washington Post kept up the heat on Watergate. Justice demands the culpable to be held accountable to the electorate – especially if that leads to Obama himself. To let the matter rest is to turn your back on “We the People” and the ultimate insult to the families of those who served the administration with loyalty and devotion.
“We the People” are tired of the sensationalistic complaints by our conservative leaders without the leadership needed for resolution of those complaints.
Tyranny exists because it is allowed to.
During Operation Desert Storm in 1991, I was a military police 1st sergeant for an MP company assigned overseas. I had previously served 13 years in U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets), so this was my first time working directly with women.
I had 21 females of a 120-man company. Half of them ended up pregnant within six months. One of my “soldiers” had a miscarriage in the middle of the war. Morale was difficult to maintain since men were always vying for attention of females. Women constantly bickered among themselves, and if I wanted a heavy detail I had to weed out the women from the detail.
Putting women i ... continue reading »
The roots of the problems in our nation date back further than most Americans think. Recently, Ellis Washington brought one of these to our attention: the socialization of education, beginning in the latter part of the 19th century.
Before the end of the 19th century, most education was in the hands of parents, churches and private schools. These were all close to home, subject to the wishes of parents and usually taught values consistent with the desires of an overwhelmingly Christian population.
But under the influence of John Dewey and his ilk, public education arose, funded by pu ... continue reading »