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Category Archives: Muslims
Senator Ted Cruz wants America to win the war against ISIS and he wants us to do it quickly. A healthy urgency needs to be a component of our strategy, such as it is, in view of the rapidly expanding nature of our enemy.
Senator Cruz describes the Obama regime’s position on the ISIS terrorist issue as being fundamentally unserious from the beginning, citing his golfing during terrorist beheadings and his admission of a lack of strategy to the world.… Continue Reading
The report quotes “federal officials” as saying the large Somali population of Minneapolis/St. Paul Minnesota makes it a natural target for terrorist recruiters.
Rather than not allowing those terrorist targets into the country in the first place, the Obama regime is launching a taxpayer-funded program aimed at intervening in the terrorist recruitment process.… Continue Reading
Sean Hannity interviews one of those Democrats that have perfected the art of conversation monopoly. Rep Luis Gutierrez ranks up there with Debbie Wasserman-Shultz in his ability to turn what should be a free exchange of ideas into a painful, anxiety-filled lecture.
Hannity shows a clip from Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearings in which a senior DHS official acknowledges the threat of ISIS crossing the southern U.S.… Continue Reading
In September of 2006 George W. Bush described the likely consequences of our failure in Iraq for the Middle East, America and the world.
He speaks specifically to the claims of Osama bin Laden that the establishment of an Islamic caliphate is tied directly to a terrorist victory in Iraq. Conversely, the defeat of Islamic fundamentalism is also contingent, Bush argues, upon American success in Iraq.… Continue Reading
Former UN Ambassador John Bolton is asked by Greta Van Susteren who he thinks the Arab countries who John Kerry claims have expressed a willingness to fly missions against ISIS targets in Syria might be. Bolton doesn’t know who, saying that he assumes that the definition of several is more than two in the White House vernacular.… Continue Reading
Supposedly the Obama “grand strategy” that took so long to get just right involved an international coalition, including Arab partners who would fulfill the role of providing infantry boots on the ground in Syria. That was how it was sold to the American public.
Now, in either what is an exhibition of dishonesty, ineptitude, diplomatic failure or a combination thereof, the ever-deceptive Obama regime is changing their story.… Continue Reading
Former Centcom Commander General Anthony Zinni gives his perspective on the Obama strategy for dealing with ISIS and he has some very bothersome questions that have yet to be addressed by the Obama regime.
First off he quotes Obama as saying “We would lead this effort,” but then described America’s role in the operation, outlining specific areas of responsibility, all of which are supporting tasks.… Continue Reading
John Kerry only recently became able to acknowledge the similarities between what he and team Obama have been insisting is only a “significant counter-terrorism operation” and a war on ISIS.
While Hussein Obama was able to lay out what he said is a strategy for dealing with ISIS in Iraq and Syria, there has been no evidence of any progress on the part of the regime towards actual implementation.… Continue Reading
General Jack Keane says that he believes the overall strategy, the overall framework for the destruction of ISIS is sound. He adds, “But when we get into the details, that’s when you start to see that maybe this is not quite enough.”
He says we need participation by European and regional players in a meaningful way.… Continue Reading
John Roberts asks Denis McDonough how one thug with a knife and a camera is able to continue unabated to terrorize two nations; two very powerful nations, at that, one the world’s most powerful.
The series of beheadings by ISIS thugs has continued and the response from the regime thus far has been little more than the reluctant dispensation of empty, guarded words.… Continue Reading