If We Are to Lead, Doing So from the Front with Strength, Competence and Conviction Is Not Optional

September 19th, 2012

By Dan Miller A Stratfor article, “From Gadhafi to Benghazi,” appears below in its entirety following my comments. It would be great — and so would be our nation — were our leaders to learn from and be guided by it. The United States of America is now perceived as weak regardless of whether she […]

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Cleansing the Palate of an Unpleasant Islamist Flavor

July 22nd, 2012

By Dan Miller After posting two disconcerting re-blogs yesterday about the culture of rape enjoyed by our Islamist brethren and about the extent to which Englishmen have been deprived of their freedoms in order to appease increasing numbers of violent Islamists infesting England, I awoke this morning in need of a restorative. I had dreamed […]

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A Victory in the War on Terror

May 2nd, 2011

By Tom Carter Finally, after more than a decade of hunting him, Osama bin Laden has been killed by U.S. forces.  As the leader who directed the attack on America on September 11, 2001 he was responsible for the deaths of almost 3,000 people, mostly Americans but also citizens of many other countries. That attack, […]

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Why Is the U.S. Attacking Libya?

March 23rd, 2011

By Tom Carter U.S. policy in Libya is getting murkier by the minute, and there’s not much chance of a positive outcome.  All the normal standards for employing military force are being ignored, probably because most of the decision making is being done by people who know little about the military and don’t hold it […]

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Egypt’s Path to Peace

February 16th, 2011

By Jan Barry Not since the ancient Israelites slipped out on the Pharaoh in a famous dash through the Red Sea has a mass movement of people in that corner of the world so confounded the powers that be. “The young Egyptian protesters who overthrew the Mubarak regime on Saturday have accomplished what two generations […]

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