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Duty

We’re going to stay on the topic of duty today. Yesterday, in speaking of the Queen’s accession to the throne, we spoke of her in the context of doing her duty, always. Today we will speak of two young US Marines, who did as well. The story comes to us from Mike McDaniels, who explains: After […]

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Fact-checking the Pi-Press

This article in the Pi-Press is disgusting in its dishonesty. In the article, the ‘reporter’ says that “Trump’s highly controversial order suspends refugee admissions for 120 days and bars all immigration for 90 days of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries with terrorism concerns: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Those now being barred from […]

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Democrats’ manufactured uproar

This article points to the possibility that the Democrats’ uproar over the so-called Muslim ban is manufactured. The article starts by saying “Many of President Donald Trump’s core political supporters had a simple message on Sunday for the fiercest opponents of his immigration ban: Calm down. The relaxed reaction among the kind of voters who […]

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Dishonest media strikes again

The dishonest media is doing its best to whip the nation into a frenzy by not reporting the contents of President Trump’s EO accurately. Democrats are doing everything possible to keep the public misinformed. Kamala Harris, who replaced Barbara Boxer as the junior senator from California, is protesting President Trump’s EO that temporarily bans Muslims […]

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Once More Into the Breach, Dear Friends?

We have spent most of last week trying to explain to Europe why we are quite happy with the election of Donald Trump. As I reflect on what we have said, and read, it struck me that one cannot understand this intellectually. At one point I was asked if I identify as Anglo-Saxon. Well in […]

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President Obama’s state of denial

This NY Times article highlights the fact that liberals haven’t come to grips with the fact that the nation rejected President Obama’s agenda this past Tuesday night. Dan Pfeiffer, a senior advisor to President Obama, said “It was not a rejection of Obama or Obama-ism. It was probably more about the two candidates running in […]

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By an Angel’s Kiss, CPO Jason C Finam, 34, Navy-Hurt Locker, (Iraq)

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony. Chief Petty Officer Jason C Finam, 34, of Anaheim CA …

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Fifteen Years

I wrote the following five years ago today. It still seems appropriate now for the fifteenth anniversary of that horrid day. There isn’t one of us who doesn’t remember what we were doing. I was having a day off and was watching Good Morning, America and I will remember to my dying day Diane Sawyer’s “Oh, my God!”. […]

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When Hillary speaks, people listen

When Hillary Clinton talks about US national security, people listen. It isn’t that they think she’ll tell the truth. HRC’s honest and trustworthy ratings are worse than an ant’s popularity rating at a mid-summer picnic. Some people will listen to hear what absurd lies she’ll tell. Others will listen so they’ll know what she said […]

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Trump’s triumphant speech

Donald Trump’s acceptance speech last night has been characterized as being scary or dark by Democrats. Mo Elleithee, a former Hillary campaign spokesman, said that this was a dreadful week for the GOP. That’s spin but not very good spin. Kellyanne Conway, Trump’s pollster, said that she expects Trump and Hillary to be tied in […]

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Columnist: Hillary doesn’t get it

The Boston Globe’s Joan Vennochi is one of the most consistently liberal columnists in the nation. That’s her persona. Think of this morning’s column as the literary equivalent of Vennochi taking a wooden spoon to Mrs. Clinton’s political backside. It didn’t take long for Ms. Vennochi to break out the punishment, saying “One man driving […]

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Chilcot

If you missed it, yesterday morning the British published a report on the Iraq War. It’s two and a half million words, took thirteen years to prepare, and it says very little we didn’t know thirteen years ago. Chalcedon of at Jess’ site has written about it, better than I can. And yes, I believe […]

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East of Eden

In 1949, the Truman administration withdrew the American forces occupying South Korea and in January 1950 the Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, delivered his famous ‘Perimeter Speech’ which pointedly placed Korea outside our perimeter. It was a major blunder. In June 1950, North Korea attacked, causing the Korean War. The war was fought gallantly by […]

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Larry Kudlow’s dramatic change

CNBC’s Larry Kudlow has earned the reputation of being pro-immigration reform. That’s why Mr. Kudlow’s NRO op-ed is startling. Mr. Kudlow admits that we’re at war with Islamic terrorists and that “there should be no immigration or visa waivers until the U.S. adopts a completely new system to stop radical Islamic terrorists from entering the […]

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President Obama’s credibility crisis

Thanks to Sean Davis’ article for the Federalist, President Obama’s credibility problem is growing. Davis has collected some of President Obama’s most laughable statements on ISIS and al-Qa’ida in the article. Davis’s article starts with President Obama’s quote that “ISIS is contained,” which Davis calls the new “American tanks are not in Baghdad.” During his […]

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The death of American civilization and the rise of ISIS

By any measure, we are losing the war against ISIS and radical Islam. A bigger problem is we do not yet realize we are losing or why. Their legions are growing, their ambitions are apocalyptic, and our resolve is as…

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ISIS wants to nuke an American city: What is our plan to stop them?

News flash: The Islamists’ bloody war against the West is coming to our homeland, and we are not ready for it. Perhaps Obama now realizes that ISIS is not the “jayvee” and is capable of committing atrocities of historical magnitude…

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Remember the birth of ISIS? The pictures tell the tale!

Under George W. Bush there was no ISIS.  ISIS formed during the Obama presidency. Many may not like reading those words, but they are truth.  Under George Bush a ruthless dictator was deposed (& executed), thousands were set free from…

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By an Angel’s Kiss, MSG Joshua L Wheeler, 39, Iraq/Kurdistan

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony. MSG Joshua l Wheeler, 39, of Roland OK died 22 October, …

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By an Angel’s Kiss, Keith Broomfield, American Civilian Volunteer, 36

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony. Keith Broomfield, 36, of Westminster, MA died June 3, 2015 in Iraq, fighting with the Kurdish YPG near Kobani He was a two-tour Army veteran who just couldn’t stand by and do nothing. Rest inRead More

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