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First Black President’s Middle East Policy Supports Slavery

As First Lady Michelle Obama finished her speech at Tuskegee University, decrying slavery as the cause of all human misery, her husband was brow beaten into accepting a raid in east Syria to cut off the head of ISIS finance,…

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Handcuffing a Limp Wristed Obama: Special Forces Raid on Sayyaf

19 May 2015 by Chip Jones Friday night’s raid in the eastern Syrian oil fields that killed Abu Sayyaf, the “CFO” of ISIS, is a tribute to our Special Forces, both militarily and politically. As information bleeds out about the…

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Obama Denied Military ‘CROSS BORDER AUTHORITY’ in Benghazi

Editor’s Disclaimer: The below report by Chip Jones was originally released October 2012, after the very first Benghazi Oversight Hearing. On Sept 5 2014; Fox News anchor, Bret Baier, presented a special report entitled 13 Hours in Benghazi. Named for the…

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Clinton & Obama: A Legacy of Abandonment

When considering the last two Democrat Presidents, we see a consistent history of abandonment, especially of the folks we promise to care for. We also see  two men who were each abandoned by their fathers. Both William Jefferson Clinton and…

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Taliban 5 & White House of Shame

After reflecting upon events of the past week surrounding Bowe Bergdahl, with particular consideration of “the worst trade in sports or political history”, any reasonable observer can conclude that Barack Obama has employed an Anti-American, “shame driven administration”. Rumors are…

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EXTRAORDINARY RENDITION in #Benghazi

As details continue to unfold and facts begin to be reported, the picture of why the Obama Administration sought to immediately cover-up Benghazi unfolds. When we unite disparate stories reported recently and look at the facts in relation to historical…

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Obama’s Afghanistan Plan: Indefinite Stay or Empowering Al Qaeda?

Last summer, an investigation began into the construction of a $36 million “command facility” in Helmand, Province Afghanistan. At odds were the Marine commanders who said they didn’t need it, and the Army commanders who had it built. The 64,000…