Having seen the blank expressions on the faces of women asked about Hillary Clinton’s accomplishments, and why they plan to vote for her, I thought I would offer some responses to help you. It will also help you explain your vote to family and friends. Continue reading
No, I’m not looking for those who respect the stars and stripes. I’m looking for those civil servants who work in the State Department, the IRS, DOJ and the FBI, who have evidence of corruption, and possibly have that “smoking gun” e-mail in their possession.
Are their jobs more important than the preservation of our national security, our country, our law and order, and their integrity?
You may remember when I also called upon our high-ranking military officers to take a stand against the administration’s lack of a strategy to defeat ISIS, use of the military to conduct social experimentation, tying the hands of warriors, and its failure to resolve problems in the VA. Is protecting those stars on their shoulders or that next promotion more important?
And what about your patriotism? Are you willing to ignore Hillary Clinton’s lack of judgement, lies and corruption?
If you are, you agree with her dismissing five months of warnings against our compound in Benghazi that led to the death of our ambassador and three other courageous Americans. And you choose to believe her post attack cover-up that included the myth of the video and lying to the families of the deceased.
If you are, you also believe her statements regarding her mishandling of classified e-mails, including the deleting of 30,000 e-mails and physically destroying mobile devices.
And if you are, you believe there’s nothing wrong with the pay to play operation she fostered between the state department and the Clinton Foundation.
I’m not holding my breath that one of those big government bureaucrats is going to step forward and spill the beans, but I still have faith in my fellow Americans to do the right thing and prevent Clinton from doing further damage to our nation.
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“The FBI documents should be seen as a preview of how Mrs. Clinton would govern as President, with the same get-away-with-anything entitlement that always follows the Clintons.” – The Wall Street Journal, Sept. 3, 2016
“There’s a lot we don’t know. We have 20 people working on Trump, we’re going to do a book, we’re doing articles about every phase of his life.” – Bob Woodward
During an appearance on Fox’s Media Buzz this morning, host Howard Kurtz asked the Washington Post’s Bob Woodward about the report that his newspaper has a team of 20 reporters assigned to a Donald Trump book project. The paper will also periodically publish findings in the Post. Continue reading
The deceit of the Obama administration, brought forth with the revelation of Ben Rhodes’ manipulation of the media concerning our dealings with Iran’s evil regime, was just the latest in a long record covered in this blog over the years. Continue reading
We learned that the New York Times will be publishing a story on Sunday about Ben Rhodes, a foreign policy advisor to President Obama, duping the public on the Iran nuclear deal by creating a false narrative. According to leaked information, the story will reveal how Rhodes pushed information leading us to believe the administration was dealing with Iranian moderates, while we were actually talking to the ayatollahs. It is sure to be a major topic in the news in the days ahead. Continue reading
President Obama appeared in the White House press room Friday morning to again talk about those who use tax loop holes to avoid paying their fair share, but he ignores the 3.3 percent of government workers who continue to fail to pay taxes owed. Continue reading
It’s amusing to see President Obama, so set on his legacy of met campaign promises that he doesn’t see that his failures not only doom his legacy, but hand the eventual Republican nominee issue upon issue to use against Hillary Clinton.
Unfortunately, in the process of his attempt to transform our nation, he is destroying the fabric of America. And he still has 13 months to complete his mission.
His lack of a foreign policy has made the United States a laughing stock. His feckless inability to commit to a strategy to rid the Middle East of ISIS and al Qaeda is further evidence of his failure to use the military power at his disposal.
The nuclear agreement with Iran is so important to the president’s legacy that he’s willing to sign it regardless that it doesn’t stop Iran from developing a nuclear weapon, and will provide Iran with billions of dollars to pursue its “death to America and Israel” goal.
Meanwhile, Russia’s Putin operates as he wishes in the Middle East. Continue reading
“Our investigation uncovered substantial evidence of mismanagement, poor judgment … but poor judgment is not a crime.” – Asst. Atty. Gen. Peter Kadzik
Secret e-mail accounts and a coincidental server crash are meaningless.
In his letter regarding the investigation of Lois Lerner and the IRS to the House Judiciary Committee, Kadzik stated that “What occurred is disquieting and may necessitate corrective action; and while they found mismanagement and poor judgement, (they found) no evidence that would support a criminal prosecution.”
While the work of the Select Committee on Benghazi is yet to be completed, Kadzik’s statement reminded me of one of the findings of the Accountability Review Board on Benghazi. Continue reading
“The painful fact is that Barack Obama is the president that Nixon always wanted to be,” – Jonathan Turley, constitutional law expert
While perusing the daily newspaper this morning, my attention was drawn to the This Day in History column featuring President Richard Nixon’s Aug. 8, 1974 resignation.
Over the years I have often considered Nixon’s transgressions to be foolish and clumsy to say the least, but it led to his impeachment and key members of his administration went to jail.
Hardly a day goes by, however, that I don’t see the actions of President Obama equally or more egregious than those of Nixon. But when you look back to the 1970s, reporters Woodward and Bernstein had the backing of their powerful newspaper, The Washington Post, to uncover the deeds of Nixon and his men.
You can ask, where the Woodward’s and Bernstein’s are today, but you soon come to your senses and realize that Nixon openly scorned the media and President Obama owns the media. Today, The Washington Post might tweak the Obama administration by giving the president or Hillary Clinton four Pinocchio’s. Continue reading