Former Obama Defense Intelligence Director says “Pull Clinton’s Security Clearance”!

Former Defense Intelligence Agency Director Gen. Michael T. Flynn says President Obama should “immediately suspend” Hillary Clinton’s security clearance because she ran a private, unprotected email server from her New York home. Flynn also told the Daily Caller News Foundation in an exclusive interview Saturday that Clinton’s use of a private server for official national security business was “unprecedented,” and he believed Clinton caused “untold damage” to national security. “Clinton Read more […]

Colin Powell And The “Media Republicans.”

I’m not an easily demoralized person; it takes a pretty big hit to knock me to the floor. That being said, I have become more and more disheartened with some in the Republican Party during this past election cycle and going into the new year. I’ve noticed that it’s getting more difficult to remain unscarred by the political machine. Colin Powell is adding to my scar tissue with his latest remarks. Now, Colin Powell–ever since his first endorsement of Barack Obama back in 2008–is certainly Read more […]

Was Powell Hoping For a Job When He Endorsed Obama?

The CNN National Security blog just posted an entry, “Who Might Serve in Obama’s Second Term?”  One of the candidates mentioned for Secretary of Defense was Colin Powell, “Still an icon within the military ranks, he served as the first African-American chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the 1991 Gulf War. That’s where he gained much of his notoriety as the highest ranking member of the military and a strong presidential adviser. After retiring from the military, Powell focused Read more […]

Colin Powell Blames Congress More Than Obama

Yesterday morning, former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell appeared on the CBS This Morning show and talked with hosts Charlie Rose and Norah O’Donnell about the presidential election. Powell is a Republican who served as the National Security Advisor to President Ronald Reagan, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President George H.W. Bush and Secretary of State under President George W. Bush and well as serving 35 years in the U.S. Army and retiring as a four star general. Although Read more […]