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A Brewing Mess in Syria

August 27, 2013

In the wake of yet another chemical weapons attack against the rebels in Syria by the Assad regime, President Obama has allowed the US military to position itself to strike Assad at any time, with multiple options.  This would be the third major military intervention since our Nobel Peace Prize winning President entered office.  Retired [...]

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Lech Walesa Snubs Obama

May 27, 2011

I never thought I’d see the day when Lech Walesa couldn’t find time to meet with the President of the United States.  Then again, I never thought I’d see the day when we had a President like Barack Obama.  Truth be told, Walesa refusal to meet Obama is a little disappointing because the two men [...]

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Obama Evokes Reagan on Nuke Treaty

November 20, 2010

The prospective treaty with Russia regarding nuclear inspections hit a hurdle when Arizona Senator Jon Kyl called for more time to look through the details, prompting President Obama to say: “Those who would block this treaty are breaking President Reagan’s rule — they want to trust, but not verify.” Here’s our post-partisan president going into [...]

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Obama the Prince of Peace

October 9, 2009

Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize today.  Like you, I first thought it was a joke.  Then once my head cleared and realized this wasn’t a joke, a simple question came to me: “For what?”  It’s not like he’s done anything worthy before or since entering office.  It seems like it was presented as a “what if” award rather [...]

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Gore wins Nobel Communist Prize

October 12, 2007

And the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is…. <Drum Roll>….Al Gore.  Big surprise.  The Nobel Communist Prize was awarded to Albert Gore, Jr., and the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for their work in promoting “Climate Change Awareness”.  The Nobel Prizes were established in the will of Arthur Nobel.  The Peace Prize was [...]

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