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Progressives, Dems Slap the Faces of Benghazi Dead

Progressives, Dems Slap the Faces of Benghazi Dead

In a move that illustrates why the overwhelming majority of American’s have grown to despise partisan politics – and come to be understandably offended by the actions of the Left, Progressives and Democrats on the House Oversight & Government Reform Committee executed – under the guise of ...

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A Gun in Your Hand is Still the Best Protection

A Gun in Your Hand is Still the Best Protection

Here's an excerpt from Steven Goddard's excellent blog, Real Science:

"Navy Issues Security Clearances To Delusional Paranoiacs With Multiple Gun Arrests"

The DC shooter had two gun arrests, including one where he fired a bullet into his neighbor's apartment and didn't even bother to check on ...

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Media Aim New Term ‘Gun Reform’ to Attack 2nd Amendment

Media Aim New Term ‘Gun Reform’ to Attack 2nd Amendment

Letterman uses propaganda expression 12 times in 3 weeks to push gun control.

The American media have long supported gun control, but they have increased their attacks on the gun industry since the Newtown shooting in December with a careful shift in the language they use. The term is likely to ...

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What Is This "Honor" Stuff, Anyway?

What Is This

"Honor is simply the morality of superior men."   ... H. L. Mencken.

"National honor is the national property of the highest value." ... James Monroe 

Honor was a big thing in my family.  Many were the times my father lectured me on family honor, on "reputation," and ...

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What Conservative Foreign Policy Looks Like

What Conservative Foreign Policy Looks Like

Neither John McCain nor Rand Paul get it right.

In the Syrian rubble of Barack Obama’s foreign policy lies a moment of opportunity for conservatives. It is a moment for building a muscular foreign policy based on a recognition of good and evil; on an unapologetic conviction that the United States ...

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War is Coming: 10 Reasons Why a Diplomatic Solution to the Syria Crisis is Extremely Unlikely

War is Coming: 10 Reasons Why a Diplomatic Solution to the Syria Crisis is Extremely Unlikely

Over the past few days, there has been a tremendous wave of optimism that it may be possible for war with Syria to be averted.  Unfortunately, it appears that a diplomatic solution to the crisis in Syria is extremely unlikely. 

Assad is certainly willing to give up his chemical weapons, ...

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Obama Has Been Rolled!

Obama Has Been Rolled!

Obama Should Resign

Back in the day, to say someone had been "rolled" meant that that person had been out-smarted, out-maneuvered, made a public fool of, etc.

When I was in the military, to be rolled meant that you had stumbled out of a bar late at night, sailing more than three sheets to the wind, ...

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Assad Is More Believable than Obama

Assad Is More Believable than Obama

In his interview with Charlie Rose, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad said there was “not a single shred of evidence” that his regime used chemical weapons. During his Tuesday night speech to the nation, Obama offered none. As the Associated Press noted, “President Barack Obama voiced his conviction ...

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Benghazi: One Year Later

Benghazi: One Year Later

Twelve years ago the bloodiest terrorist attack ever on U.S. soil occurred. But, last year, the American people received another mournful September 11th tragedy.

One year ago today, the victims of the Benghazi, Libya attacks—Ambassador Chris Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Tyrone Woods—lost ...

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