Likely very few Americans forget U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s speech before the caskets of U.S. Ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens, Tyrone Woods, Sean Smith and Glen Doherty as they returned from the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi.
Fewer Americans will understand what led up to this event, some believing the lies peddled to us from the stories and fabrications which began almost immediately after the event was learned. Others believe that the Obama administration has been
This woman was raised with Islamic values and breaks them down with such eloquence. Her clarity on the matter is worth the few minutes of time to watch. Ayaan Hirsi Ali provides insight into the religion that is valuable for all freedom-loving people, as well as Islamic-sympathizing administrations (hint, hint…Obama’s) to understand as we deal with its violence around the globe.
You may recognize Ayaan from Megyn Kelly’s interviews. For her seemingly fearless criticism of the religion of Islam, she has received many death threats …
Although even Hillary Clinton, who vowed at the age of four to one day be President, is acting coy about making a run in 2016, I am trying to set a good example for others by announcing that under no circumstances will I be tossing my hat in the ring.
That being said, I don’t understand why so many Republicans who are also not running seem so upset at the prospect of Mitt Romney giving it another try. The notion that …
“We must not compromise when it comes to protecting innocent children from the horrors of sex trafficking”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) released the following statement after the House passed a series of bills aimed at preventing the growth of human trafficking practices in the United States:
“While many Americans may think human trafficking is problem only occurring in countries far away, the reality is disturbingly close for thousands of people living right here in the United States. …
Is it a celebration of female beauty and harmless fun? Or is it a sign that our culture has descended a little too far? Is it just “no more than you’d see at the beach” or is it inappropriately suggestive?
You be the judge:
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