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By an Angel’s Kiss, CSWO William Ryan Owen, 36, Navy SEAL

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels’ Voices, and the Cello Sings Harmony. On November 24th 2016, Chief Special Warfare Officer, William Ryan …

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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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Conservative Comedy 4/17/15

It’s Conservative Comedy time at the Strident Conservative. As I do every Friday, I bring you some of the best conservative political and religious comedy, jokes, and satire on the internet, sure to provide a good laugh to begin your weekend. The Conservative Comic at Hope n’ Change notes that yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu marked the sad occasion with a speech in which he likened the United States’ tentative deal with Iran to the European appeasement to Hitler which let to World War II and the Holocaust. Or perhaps “Holocaust I” as it may be known after “Holocaust II” occurs on Barack Obama’s timetable. Russia is already preparing to ship “defensive” missiles to Iran as soon as sanctions are lifted, and those mischievous psychopaths in North Korea are planning on selling missile system parts to Obama’s pals as well. And even the president acknowledges that the “best case” scenario for his deal will only forestall the possible incineration of the Jewish state for 10 years. And that’s assuming that Iran, for the first time ever , lives up to their word. Jodi Miller at Newsbusted takes us into the weekend with these headlines: The nuclear deal […]

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The geopolitics of oil a game of Roulette

Many complicated factors contribute to the global price of a barrel of oil, but two of the leading components are supply and risk—and both have the potential to escalate in the days ahead. The current region-wide sectarian war could easily bump oil prices up dramatically. And, the expected nuclear deal with Iran could drop them—dramatically. Oil price predictions today play like a game of roulette, or a carnival barker of days gone by, round and round it goes, where she stops, nobody knows. A few weeks ago, addressing the need to open up access to mid-Atlantic oil resources, I wrote: “With the current oil abundance, it may seem like an odd time to be going after more. However, the legal wheels that could allow limited access to the vast, untapped oil resources move very slowly. Today’s market conditions will fluctuate between now and 2035 when the global demand for energy is expected to spike. Not to mention the increasingly volatile situation in the Middle East, where new coalitions are already being formed: Iran and Iraq, Saudi Arabia and South Korea—just to name two. If one more beheading takes place or a bomb hits the right (or wrong) target, the region […]

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