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Axis of Right Radio, Show #5, 4/19/2010

April 19, 2010

Episode #5 of Axis of Right Radio is now available. In this episode, Mike, Ryan, and Sal Obama’s new obsession with ridding the world (or at least the United States) of nukes and his neutering of America’s ability to defend itself; our new stance towards Israel, “balancing” our relationship with Israel against other interests; Gov. [...]

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Obama Tells the World He Won’t Use Nukes

April 6, 2010

This is just maddening.  Most of Obama’s policies to this point have been damaging to our nation.  Both the Stimulus and ObamaCare, for instance, will have a long-term disastrous effect on our national debt and our economy.  His foreign policy has propped up our enemies and insulted our allies.  In his latest assault on our [...]

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Something Brewing in Iran

February 1, 2010

A couple of stories that have surfaced today make me wonder if something is brewing in Iran.  First, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced yesterday that Iran would “deliver a harsh blow to the ‘global arrogance’ on this year’s anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.” The anniversary, which takes place on February 11, marks the beginning of [...]

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America’s Reputation In The World

October 26, 2009

Obama campaigned on the idea of restoring America’s reputation in the world.  What he failed to mention at the time was that he was trying to restore the Carter-era reputation of American being an unreliable partner.  Two cases this weekend illustrate that. First, French President Nicolas Sarkozy is growing increasingly frustrated with Obama and his [...]

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Obama Can’t Be Bothered To Meet With His Generals

September 29, 2009

President Obama touted the importance of the Afghanistan war during the 2008 election campaign.  He consistently accused Bush of ignoring that campaign, and focusing too much on the Iraq front.  Obama promised that when he was president, he would take whatever steps necessary to obtain victory in Afghanistan (wait, we can’t say victory anymore, can [...]

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G20 Shows Obama’s Lack of Diplomatic Skills

April 6, 2009

For the man who has been touted to be one of the most intelligent presidents ever elected, and who promised to restore our reputation overseas, Barack Obama has made many boneheaded blunders in the arena of foreign policy.  Sure, all Presidents have a laughable foreign policy moment or two, but Obama’s have become routine and [...]

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Renewing Alliances with the Wrong Leaders

March 23, 2009

Part of President Barack Obama’s foreign policy agenda is to supposedly “renew alliances” and “strengthen old partnerships.”  Over the weekend, it came to light that by “old” partnerships, Obama apparently meant with former leaders of our allies rather than current leaders. In a diplomatic letter sent to France, Obama said: I am certain that we [...]

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Yearning for Freedom in Iran

December 8, 2008

A protest rally of five thousand people, mostly students, was held yesterday in Tehran, Iran.  The rally was held to protest Ahmadinejad and the Islamic theocracy, and demand a change to a democratic form of government. Past protesters have met with imprisonment and have been barred from academic life.  These protesters showed extraordinary bravery to [...]

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Obama Undermining Foreign Policy

October 10, 2008

The Washington Times has a story today outlining how Obama tried to thwart our foreign policy by attempting to convince the Iraqi government to hold off on any agreement on troop presence / withdrawal until after the January elections.  The story has been rumored before, but this story has the testimony of a named source – [...]

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First Presidential Debate

September 26, 2008

Tonight is the first Presidential Debate, with a focus on foreign policy.  LiveBlog of this event is here. LiveBlogging will start at approximately 8:45 PM, EST. Feel free to contribute by leaving comments.  

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