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CNN: Benghazi Bombshell?

August 1, 2013

In a spontaneous act of actual journalism, CNN’s Drew Griffin is reporting that the events of September 11, 2012, at the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, may not be so “phony” after all. The highlights of the report include: A number of CIA agents had been in Benghazi that night, adding the CIA to the [...]

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Rand Paul’s Filibuster

March 6, 2013

As of this writing, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) is in the seventh hour of an old-school filibuster of President Obama’s nominee to head the CIA, John Brennan.  While saying that he has nothing personal against Brennan, Attorney General Holder and President Obama’s view on potential drone strikes in America against American citizens warranted this [...]

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Movie Review — Zero Dark Thirty

January 12, 2013

The highly anticipated film about the search and eventual killing of Osama Bin Laden, Zero Dark Thirty, opened on screens across the country yesterday.  Here’s the trailer: As you may know, this movie is controversial for some on both sides of the aisle.  Some Democrats (and John McCain, of course) don’t like the “torture” scenes [...]

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Beck’s Take on the Benghazi Attack

September 22, 2012

It’s been fascinating to watch the Obama Administration hang itself on all the inconsistencies relating to the 9/11 terrorist attack on our consulate in Benghazi.  Some believe that all the confusion paints a picture of an administration in disarray, which may give some indeterminate political advantage to Romney in this election game of inches. Yet, [...]

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Cheney: “Drumbeat of Defeatism” from Obama

October 21, 2009

I Heart Cheney for many reasons.  I love his unabashed defense of the Bush Administration’s Gitmo policy, the free-market, the CIA’s advanced interrogation techniques, and now his defense of what the Bush Administration left for Obama to deal with in Afghanistan.  Here’s how Fox reported Cheney’s statement’s on Special Report with Bret Baier tonight: Well, you had [...]

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Former CIA Chiefs to Obama: Cut It Out!

September 19, 2009

Adding another piece of evidence that the Obama Administration is at worst dangerous and at best inept, a letter was circulated yesterday from seven of America’s former CIA chiefs imploring the Obama Administration to end their incessant investigations into that agency for the following reasons:  the issues at hand have already been thoroughly investigated;  reopening these kinds [...]

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San Fran Nan Looks Like a Sham

May 14, 2009

This just gets better from the San Francisco Treat!  Internal polling data has to be devastating.  Word around the watercooler ain’t that nice! It’s very very hard to follow the House Speaker’s memory and recent statements.  Sometimes she “misremembers” this and that, sometimes she throws the CIA under the bus to cover herself (as a rule, don’t [...]

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What Did She Know and When Did She Remember It

May 10, 2009

An important story worth watching last week was that of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and when she knew about the Enhanced Interrogation Techniques (EITs) used on Gitmo detainees.  At first, she knew nothing about the EITs being used until the general public did:  “We were not, I repeat, we were not told that waterboarding or [...]

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Cheney to Obama: Release ALL the CIA Memos

April 21, 2009

Dick Cheney has come out swinging against Obama’s selective release of memos detailing the interrogation techniques the CIA used against terrorists during the Bush administration.  Cheney, speaking to Sean Hannity in an interview to be aired later tonight, called for a release of all the memos showing the effectiveness of the techniques and the intelligence [...]

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A Nation Less Safe

January 22, 2009

On the second full day of the Obama administration, President Barack Obama has decided to make the world a better place for terrorists, depriving our men and women in uniform and in the intelligence community of the tools that they need to defend this nation.  In executive orders today, Obama ordered the closing of the [...]

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US Deaths in Iraq at All-Time Low

June 1, 2008

As the headline indicates, May 2008 saw the lowest monthly death toll for US troops in Iraq since March 2003 when the war began.  Nineteen soldiers lost their lives last month.  We hadn’t seen numbers that low since 21 soldiers died in the month of February 2004.  This is a testament to the successes we’ve [...]

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GOP Fighting Back

November 8, 2005

Drudge has posted that Frist and Hastert will, this afternoon, launch an investigation into the leak to the Washington Post on the “Black Sites” where Al-Qaeda terrorists are being held. It’s about time that the GOP started making the leaking of real classified info an issue. If the MSM and the Democrats want to make [...]

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