Category Archives: national security
Mon Dieu! Who woulda thunk? This trip to the Czech Republic took us through Paris since, peculiarly, the booking agent could find no reasonably priced direct flights from JFK to Prague on fairly short notice. After going through the gauntlet … Continue reading
This is definitely worth reading. AND, it’s a great review of the latest 007 flick, too!
Last summer, Nobel Prize-winning “economist” and Obama worshiper Paul Krugman had suggested a radical move to create economic stimulus that, in his view, would result in rapid economic recovery. It’s an idea straight out of a totalitarian ivory tower (or … Continue reading
You gotta hand it to the Russians – they know how to protect their own people. Here’s what Peter Schweizer at Big Peace says about a new development in Moscow: In Moscow officials are looking to deploy public toilets that … Continue reading
Barack Obama, in defiance of the U.S. Constitution and the War Powers Act, has kicked off an unnecessary war in Libya and is staying with it. His justification is that he has authorization from the United Nations and the Arab … Continue reading
I cannot imagine U.S. troops – the guys who, for a century now, fought all over the world in support of freedom – marching against their own people. Well, unfortunately, yes I can: after all, I did grow up in … Continue reading
On April 17, 2011, Barack Obama’s National “Security” Adviser Tom Donilon published an essay titled “Iran will not hinder plans for a nuclear-free world.” ’nuff said.
During the first session of the 36th United States Congress (1859-61) that frequently and acrimoniously debated slavery, secession and war, the Ohioan John Sherman, serving as Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, moved to slash a million dollars … Continue reading