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President Obama’s most senior national security advisers have recommended measures that would move U.S. troops closer to the front lines in Iraq and Syria, officials said, a sign of mounting White House dissatisfaction with progress against the Islamic State and … Continue reading
Writing about congressional concerns is often times difficult; speaking from a literate and critical mind. There are concerns that opposing political parties use and quite literally abuse against the other political party, as well as themselves as “law makers,” that … Continue reading
Hundreds of Pakistani Christians have attended funerals Security was tight, with police sealing off Lahore’s biggest Christian neighborhood and submitting those attending to security checks. Sunday’s bombings of two churches in the Youhanabad area left 17 people dead and more … Continue reading
I feel as though I want to hate this article — Why? — Because it brings a segment of overwrought political correctness into a place where it just doesn’t belong. Believe me, the way in which this situation is reported … Continue reading
Republican Senators Question Immigration System After Finding 72 Individuals Tied to Terrorism At the very headline for this article, I did not agree with it being “Republican Senators…” inasmuch as I believe there is far too much emphasis given to … Continue reading
Judicial Watch announced that the State Department today submitted to the court an August 8 sworn declaration from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarding federal records on her controversial email system. The declaration states: I, Hillary Rodham Clinton, declare … Continue reading
Understanding “The War on Women” or just what it is… GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says that Democrats are playing politics with women’s issues, especially when it comes to abortion. “The Democrats have used this issue to scare women to … Continue reading
The Supreme Court decision is unadulterated judicial activism. As Chief Justice John Roberts said in dissent: “Today’s decision rests on nothing more than the majority’s own conviction that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry because they want to. . … Continue reading