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Why We Can't Negotiate With Iran

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To believe we can negotiate with Iran is a to indulge a fantasy. “I have no illusions about how hard it will be to achieve this objective, but for the sake of our national security and the peace and security

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What’s the Deal with Obama and Netanyahu?

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is coming to the US for a diplomatic meeting in March. Is he meeting with President Obama? Nope. He’s set to speak before Congress at Speaker John Boehner’s request, but Obama won’t meet with him

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Liberals Slam American Sniper; ISIS Throws Men Off Buildings

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Some reviewers go into a liberal rage over American Sniper. “I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.” – Voltaire With the unexpected, and massive success of

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Worst Gift Ever? Kerry Brings James Taylor to France to Apologize for Us

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John Kerry finally made it to Paris on Friday and he brought his buddy James Taylor to give our official apology for missing the unity and solidarity march on Sunday. To say that this may have been the most awkward

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Should We Declassify the Redacted 9/11 Report Pages?

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Recently, House Resolution 14 has been forwarded to declassify about 28 redacted pages of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s 9/11 Report: Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC), Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA) and former Sen. Bob Graham (D-FL) met on January 7 with families

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The Interview, The Hack, The Commies, and The “Cave”

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It’s kind of a strange day when a comedy vehicle piloted by the stars of stoner movie Pineapple Express is at the center of an international cyber-terror debacle highlighting the strange intersection of government coercion, freedom and national security, the

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Obama Opens Relations with Dictatorship in a Desperate Attempt to Stay Relevant

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The President now opens relations with Cuba. Why? “The idea of reasoning with terrorists without force or with appeasement is naive, and I think it’s dangerous.”  – George Allen We live in a savage world, a world in which powerful

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We’re Number Two! China Overtakes US as World’s Largest Economy

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We’re not number one anymore. The International Monetary Fund just released this year’s economic production numbers and China has officially overtaken the US as the world’s largest economy: The International Monetary Fund recently released the latest numbers for the world economy. And

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Is ISIS the Second Coming of the Umayyad Caliphate?

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You probably haven’t heard of the Umayyad Caliphate, which in itself is a testimony to the effectiveness of its defeat. But there was a time when the Islamic Umayyad armies had taken over a huge swath of the ancient world,

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The Dwindling Power of OPEC

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As if you hadn’t noticed, gas prices are plummeting. You may have wondered why this is the case. There is really one main reason, and it is shaking things up for OPEC. The US is producing far more oil than

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214 Days in A Mexican Prison

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How Obama’s Lack of Character Led to Sgt. Tahmorressi Spending 214 Days in A Mexican Prison “…the United States of America does not ever leave our men and women in uniform behind.” – Barack Obama On March 31st, 2014, Sgt.

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Central American Extortion to Stop Illegal Immigration

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Should the U.S. pay Central American extortion to get those countries to stop the flood of immigrants? According to Google, extortion is “the practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.” Thanks to Breitbart Texas, and the work

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