Archive for May 9th, 2013

Benghazi eyewitness never contacted by Feds

Benghazi eyewitness never contacted by Feds

As riveting and informative as the testimony of Benghazi personnel is I fear the administration will continue to stonewall.  With a sycophant media, or Ministry of Propaganda, the administration will continue to deny and diminish testimony until Americans become numb to the atrocity and the cruel neglect that led to the deaths of four Americans.  We can’t let this happen.  There has yet to be a thorough investigation of the events of September 11, 2012.  This recording from the Sean Hannity Radio Show provides additional evidence that the Feds have little interest in gathering facts.  This is all about cover for heartless political decisions, gross incompetence and demonstrable lies, all hallmarks of the Obama regime. In this phone call the caller identifies himself as a drone operator that operated one of the spy drones that watched as the attack on the Benghazi diplomatic mission unfolded.  He describes in detail what he saw. […]

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Truth is Out on Amnesty Bill: Amnesty First, Secure Border…Never?

Truth is Out on Amnesty Bill: Amnesty First, Secure Border…Never?

It seems “Republicans” have joined with Democrats in killing an amendment that would have required the U.S. border be secured before providing amnesty to millions of illegal aliens. This has brought out the much-denied truth about the latest amnesty bill: amnesty first, then secure the border…well, maybe never.

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British Electricity Going Back to Sherwood Forest

Insane, bonkers, utterly mad and downright Looney Tunes are all terms which could be used to describe actions a Yorkshire, England power plant is taking to meet Great Britain’s green agenda. Great Britain has coal, plenty of it, and the Drax power plant is one of the most efficient coal burning power plants in the country. So, what are they doing? Burning wood chips. Didn’t environmentalists want to hug trees, not burn them?

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Ender’s Game Coming to the Big Screen

Ender’s Game Coming to the Big Screen

I first read Orson Scott Card’s “Ender’s Game” as a short story when I was in high school. Because it was so popular, Card later lengthened it into a full novel. There have also been several novels that followed Ender after “Ender’s Game”, and still more that followed the adventures of one of his lieutenants, Bean. I’ve read almost all if not all of them, and they are fantastic. Card is a great writer. If they got some good people to put this movie together–and with Harrison Ford in it, I suspect they did–then it should be thrilling on the big screen.

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A Dead Giveaway

A Dead Giveaway

What was done to those girls in Ohio was reprehensible almost beyond words, so don’t think for a second that I or anyone else is making light of that heinous crime. But what someone did with the guy who rescued the girls is hilarious. He deserves kudos for doing the right thing and being the instrument of freedom for these girls. But his down-to-earth plain-spoken manner of describing the incident was funny enough by itself…until someone used one of those autotuners on his account.

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