Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Muslim Brotherhood Group ISNA Working with WH Officials

August 27, 2013

Source:  TheRightScoop CBN News has done some exceptional reporting recently and this one is huge. Erik Stakelback explains how Mohamed Magid of ISNA, one of the Muslim Brotherhood groups here in America and an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial, is working directly with White House officials and even sits on a Homeland […]

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A Day In The Park – This is not all that far off from where we are today!!!

August 27, 2013

A Day In The Park Follow VeronicaCoffin

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DOJ Sues Louisiana to Stop School Voucher Program Helping Black Students

August 27, 2013

DOJ Sues Louisiana to Stop School Voucher Program Helping Black StudentsLast week, Eric Holder’s Department of Justice, fresh off its controversial decision to sue the state of Texas of its voter identification law, sued the state of Louisiana to block its school voucher program largely designed to help minority children. The DOJ sued to stop […]

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Muslim Brotherhood’s World Domination Blueprint

August 27, 2013

Muslim Brotherhood’s World Domination Blueprint Unappreciative of Western philosophy, members of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood probably never heard an analogy first mentioned by Roman statesman Cicero — “putting the cart before the horse!” For more than two millennia, the phrase has applied to situations of misplaced priorities. In the aftermath of the Egyptian military removing from […]

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We tried Stagnation. Let’s PUT GROWTH FIRST

August 27, 2013

We tried Stagnation. Let’s PUT GROWTH FIRST If the great football coach Vince Lombardi was alive today, he could modify his famous speech, “What it Takes to Be Number One,” to address our fiscal problems: Growth is not a sometime thing. Growth is an all-time thing. You don’t grow once in a while, you grow […]

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Mapping 3 Syrian Side Effects

August 27, 2013

Mapping 3 Syrian Side Effects • War drums spook stocks • Oil, gold, and fear rise • Plus: Sweeping gold $1,000 under the rug? The grisly Syrian civil war is dominating headlines across the globe today. Stateside, stocks slipped after Secretary of State John Kerry effectively toughened the administration’s stance on the conflict. Warships are […]

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Syria: A Toxic Mess

August 27, 2013

Syria: A Toxic Mess   Some humanitarians implement their ideas through charity, love, and intellectual means. Other humanitarians do so at gunpoint. We often apply the term “government” to the latter group. Throughout modern history, we see government embarking on missions of humanity and aid. The United States government has done so in many parts […]

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Obama Could Attack Syria As Early As THURSDAY

August 27, 2013

President Obama could attack Syria with a cruise missile strike as early as THURSDAY as Russia says West is acting like a ‘monkey with a grenade’ in Muslim world By Hayley Peterson American destroyers have moved into position in the Mediterranean Sea and are ready to launch into action at any moment The strikes would […]

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WHERE THE WORLD’S LEADERS STAND ON TAKING MILITARY ACTION IN SYRIA

August 27, 2013

From the AP: France and Germany suggested Monday they may take part in a military intervention in Syria, while Russia said any such intervention would violate international law. Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin FRANCE – President Francois Hollande says time is running out for the Syrian regime and airstrikes are a possibility. ‘Everything will come into […]

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KERRY’s WARNING TO ASSAD

August 27, 2013

Below is the full text of Secretary of State John Kerry’s remarks on Syria: Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin ‘Well, for the last several days President Obama and his entire national security team have been reviewing the situation in Syria. And today I want to provide an update on our efforts as we consider our response […]

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NSA Leaker Outed as Russian Agent

August 27, 2013

By Cliff Kincaid The media have been given important new information in the case of NSA leaker Edward Snowden and don’t seem to know what to do with it. Snowden has been “outed” by the Russians as their agent. The Washington Post reports that “Before American fugitive Edward Snowden arrived in Moscow in June—an arrival […]

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Lease a Spouse?

August 27, 2013

Lease a car.  Lease a Condo.  Now they want to be able to “Lease a Spouse”.  WOW!  What will the Liberal Progressive think of next?  Are they imagineering life or cartoons? By Eric Metaxas Sometimes, and for some people, leasing makes better sense than buying. For instance, if you like to drive a new car […]

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Cold War Lessons

August 27, 2013

We live in dangerous times, but so have generations of earlier Americans. Here’s a look back at the Cold War and our present enemies. By Alan Caruba Some very interesting realignments are taking place in the world, often between nations one would think have little in common. The threat of fanatical Islam in the form […]

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A Day In The Park – This is not all that far off from where we are today!!!

August 27, 2013

A Day In The Park – This is not all that far off from where we are today!!! Follow VeronicaCoffin

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Washington Post Still Defending the Muslim Brotherhood

August 27, 2013

By Cliff Kincaid Just two days after hundreds of Egyptian-Americans besieged the Washington, D.C. headquarters of The Washington Post, a Post editorial defended the absurd claim that the Muslim Brotherhood was not involved in the destruction of Christian Churches and attacks on Christians in Egypt. We posted videos of the demonstration against the Post here […]

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Top 10 Racist African-Americans

August 27, 2013

By Matthew Vadum, FrontPageMag Sadly, racism is very much alive in America — among influential black Americans. It was very much on display Saturday at the Lincoln Memorial where prominent black activists gathered a few days ahead of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic “I have a dream” speech in order to […]

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