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Osama Bin Laden

Project Veritas on the Border: Do You Feel Safe?

August 11, 2014

James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas just released a new video designed to emphasize the real problem with an open Southern border — we don’t really know who is coming over the border!  Here’s the latest video showing O’Keefe himself, dressed like Osama Bin Laden crossing from Mexico into the United States. The Southern border should have [...]

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Major al Qaeda Terror Plot Allegedly Upon Us

August 4, 2013

Happy 52nd birthday, Mr. President.  Unfortunately, there’s an apparently “strategically significant” terror plot which reports indicate is pretty much ready to go!  Twenty-two embassies and consulates were closed down in anticipation of this attack, so I’m glad the President could get in a quick game of golf yesterday in the midst of all this. One [...]

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Movie Review — Iron Man 3

May 5, 2013

The summer movie season usually kicks off the first weekend of May.  So, the film industry usually saves a film they think will open the busiest season of the movie-going year with a bang.  This year’s anticipated opening blockbuster is Iron Man 3.  “Certified Fresh” by Rotten Tomatoes, Iron Man 3 delivers on what our [...]

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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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9/11 Plus Eleven

September 11, 2012

Eleven years ago It feels so strange that over a decade has passed since the 9/11 attacks. Since then we’re safer, though perhaps a bit more complacent.  Our soldiers, first-responders, and law enforcement still do great work in keeping us safe and staying vigilant.  Complacency kills — today reminds us of that. But time moves [...]

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Obama’s Divisive and Partisan Bin Laden Ad

April 29, 2012

This ad was coming.  I thought it would have emerged later, but then again Obama’s got nothing else to truly run on:  Obama ordered the operation which took out Osama Bin Laden, but would Romney have done so?  Here’s the ad: I have many issues with this ad: Choosing Bill Clinton narrate a Bin Laden-related [...]

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A Decade Since 9/11

September 11, 2011

Today marks the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.  It was one of those terrible “where were you?” moments those who remember Pearl Harbor or the Kennedy assassination can empathize with.  We share our stories when the opportunity arises.  We still remember those who’ve given their lives in the War on Terror, especially those whose [...]

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Bin Laden Sends Message from Hell

May 7, 2011

Well, not exactly.  It’s really a Steven Crowder youtube video, but that’s good enough for me.

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The Bin Laden Photo Problem

May 3, 2011

Obama will enjoy his bounce, as he should.  It’s a great story with lots of heroism and such a satisfying ending.  But here, I’m not going to go into depth regarding the actual details of the mission, firefight, or double tap which delivered Bin Laden to hell because quite frankly, it’s too soon and the [...]

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Gaspar Llamazares Wants You to Know That He Is Not Bin Laden

January 16, 2010

It looks like Spanish Communist politician Gaspar Llamazares pissed off someone at the FBI.  As you may recall, the FBI released some age-enhanced photos last week to show the world what the terrorist may look like today.  Unfortunately, the FBI wasn’t satisfied with the finished product.  So rather than just going back to the drawing [...]

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Terror in Jakarta Targets Foreigners

July 17, 2009

Obama Administration Newspeak:  Unfortunately our overseas contingency operations failed to stop a man-caused disaster which took the life of at least 18 non-Americans in Jakarta, Indonesia, at the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton Hotels today.  No Americans were killed, but at least five were wounded. Regular-Person Translation:  Islamic terrorists set off bombs at two hotels in Jakarta, [...]

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Commemorating the Sacrifices at “Obama” Beach

June 7, 2009

Embattled British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, who as we can all tell is smitten by Barack Obama, made a pretty embarrassing gaffe at yesterday’s commemoration of the 65th anniversary of the D-Day invasion: At least he didn’t call it “Osama” beach.

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Al Qaeda, Iraq, and Google 2001

October 2, 2008

While looking at Sal’s Google 2001 “timesuck”, I discovered something that isn’t a timesuck at all. After Googling “Osama Bin Laden Iraq” on Google’s 2001 site and index, I found this article from 2000 in the Guardian about the connections between Al Qaeda and Iraq on the USS Cole bombing. So let me get this [...]

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Gitmo Conviction

August 6, 2008

Weeping as the verdict was read, Bin Laden’s old driver Salim Hamdan was found guilty of terrorism, not conspiracy, by a six-member military tribunal.  Since he was only convicted on the first count, he’ll probably just have his stay at Gitmo extended for the rest of his life.  US troops found him in a car in Afghanistan in [...]

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Finishing the “Real War” in Iraq

July 17, 2008

There’s this story going around the AP this morning which indicates that some soldiers are longing to go to the “real war” in Afghanistan, as Iraq is becoming the more quiet of the two battlefields lately.  With violence against Coalition troops in Iraq on pace to be the lowest in years and the Dems even [...]

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Obama Bounced

June 17, 2008

Usually a Presidential candidate who has just received their party’s nomination gets a traditional “bounce” in the polls in the weeks following their success.  However, Obama has not received such a bounce:  the same bounce that had Mondale up by 20 in 1984 and Dukakis up by 17 in 1988.  The bounce may be delayed, [...]

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Osama Has Bin Relevant, Not So Much Anymore

March 19, 2008

How the mighty have fallen. In 2001, Osama Bin Laden actively and openly led a sophisticated international terrorist network that was disciplined, organized, well-financed, supported by evil regimes, and successful in carrying out terrorist attacks on American soil. After President Bush responded to the September 11 attack with a multi-pronged strategy including two wars, international [...]

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