Category Archives: National Defense

War; Missing airliner; Media

Russia has invaded and annexed part of a sovereign country, Ukraine.  Russia has told the protesting world to pound sand.  The Obama Regime’s Secretary of State, John Kerry has unilaterally (undoubtedly ordered by Obama) cancelled the Monroe Doctrine, the 1823 … Continue reading

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Teddy Roosevelt; Obama; Ukraine; Foreign policy

“At the beginning of the twentieth century, President Teddy Roosevelt’s foreign policy was, “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” At the beginning of the twenty-first, President Obama’s policy appears to the the opposite: “Speak loudly and carry a small … Continue reading

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Rhetoric; Ukraine; World disorder; Obama

“Your mother wears combat boots,” was kids’ schoolyard rhetoric when I was one.  The rhetoric and threats of Western “leaders” to Putin and his annexation of parts of Ukraine is as bad or worse as the lead threat uttered by … Continue reading

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Ukraine; Liberal blindness; Romney

“Who is going to be the first to apologize to Mitt Romney?  The president, the vice president or Hillary Rodham Clinton? All three mocked the GOP presidential candidate in 2012 when he called Russia “our number one geopolitical foe.” Obama … Continue reading

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Ukraine; Putin; Obama

Ukraine is the latest of the planet’s flashpoints, not to discount Venezuela.  The two most guilty provocateurs are Presidents Yanukovych of of Ukraine and Putin of his wannabe sponsor, Russia.  Co-provocateurs must include President Barack ‘Do-nothing’ Obama.  Is there any … Continue reading

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Iran; Nuclear proliferation; Obama

‘It’s all over but the shouting,’ I mean the mushroom cloud.  This was as close to certainty when the first draft of Obama/Kerry’s Chamberlainism surfaced: de facto cancellation of all sanctions in return for nothing – well, maybe a reduced … Continue reading

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Dictatorships; World War II; Pending Iranian nuclear deal

WWII and the proposed Iranian nuclear deal is not history that offers any encouragement of avoiding a nuclear bomb equipped Iran and a Middle East war.  Quite the contrary, looking at the WWII  Axis’ breaking of accords to give them breathing … Continue reading

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Iran “Agreement;” Game, set and match; Sec. State Kerry

Anything good said about the ‘Agreement,’ whether real, signed or not (Iran claims that the US interpretation is ‘incorrect,’) is spin and nothing but.  Powerlineblog’s Scott Johnson calls it “a pathetic excuse for a sellout.”  Charitable, IMHO.  More, in Forbes:  “a … Continue reading

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Iran deal; Obama; Kerry; Obamacare

“The new Iran deal is Obamacare II, only worse, a thousand megatons worse.”  A bad deal is worse than no deal is an axiom of negotiations that goes back a long time. Thinking Neville Chamberlain is appropriate.  The linked column … Continue reading

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Benghazi; CBS 60 Minutes

CBS 60 Minutes allegedly spent a year investigating the Benghazi attack on 9/11/12, which killed $ Americans, including the American Ambassador, Chris Stevens.  A staunch supporter of Obama breaks that mold with one of its investigative reports.  Don’t miss the video.  … Continue reading

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