Monthly Archives: April 2009

100 Days of Devastatingly Swift Success

April 29, 2009  |  Vol. 4, No. 17 by Newt Gingrich To mark President Obama’s 100th day in office, I’m going to say something you might find unexpected, even shocking: President Obama’s first 100 days have been spectacularly successful. President … Continue reading

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Obama’s Anti American Foreign Policy

  Quote: Apparently, here’s the deal: If you are a longtime enemy of the United States, count on a grand reception from the Obama administration. All is forgiven and, worse, forgotten. But if you have a track record as an … Continue reading

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The West Coast Plot: An “Inconvenient Truth”

Critics of the CIA program are desperate to convince Americans that no valuable information came from the interrogations of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed (KSM) and other senior terrorists.  They know that if our citizens learn the details of how enhanced interrogations … Continue reading

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Hoekstra: Congress Knew About Memos

Rep. Peter Hoekstra of Michigan says it’s high time to have the CIA declassify and release its memos on the successes of enhanced CIA interrogations of terrorist detainees. The ranking Republican on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence wrote … Continue reading

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Parentalrights press conference

  Quote: This is important!! Parentalrights press conference Ten things you need to know about the structure of the CRC. 1. It is a treaty which creates binding rules of law. It is no mere statement of altruism. 2. Its … Continue reading

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The Con Is On… Gore Tells Congress Climate Most Important Issue Ever

Former Vice President Al Gore, the leading American voice on climate change, urged lawmakers Friday to overcome partisan differences and take action to reduce greenhouse gases, calling the climate issue the most important ever before Congress. Gore told a House … Continue reading

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A Legacy of Inspiration

In January 1948, Mohandas Gandhi was shot three times by a Hindu assassin as he walked through a garden in New Delhi to take evening prayers. He died instantly. Today he is remembered as an anti-colonialist, an advocate of non-violence, … Continue reading

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