President Obama’s Exceptionally Productive Week

Clearly, in Barack Obama’s “sacred obligation” economy, when it comes to exchanging prisoners, the value of Bowe Bergdahl outweighs the value of two men falsely imprisoned, one a Christian pastor, father, and husband, the other a dedicated veteran of two tours of duty in Afghanistan.

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President Obama’s Exceptionally Productive Week

Clearly, in Barack Obama’s “sacred obligation” economy, when it comes to exchanging prisoners, the value of Bowe Bergdahl outweighs the value of two men falsely imprisoned, one a Christian pastor, father, and husband, the other a dedicated veteran of two tours of duty in Afghanistan

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General Obama’s Military Gaffe Machine

Normally, it’s kind to be sympathetic toward a person when they slip up – it happens. One should always extend mercy toward gaffe-prone people because making a public error is an uncomfortable, adrenaline-producing event for anyone to endure. However, Obama visiting the 10th Mountain Division and confusing a deceased war hero with a living Medal […]

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Snips and Snails in Sarwan Qala – American Thinker – June 12, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker “What are little boys made of? Snips and snails, and puppy dogs tails.”  That 19th century nursery rhyme fills the reader with visions of dirty faces, backwards baseball caps, toothless grins and pockets loaded down with snips, snails and tails. The poem encapsulates the immense source of pleasure a little […]

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Duty, Honor and Other Countries – American Thinker – May 26, 2010

Originally posted at American Thinker Imagine — graduating from an influential military academy. Graduation Day comes, and America’s finest are forced to respectfully endure oratory drivel, spoken by a left-wing radical loosely disguised as a president. That is exactly what West Point cadets were subjected to at the 2010 commencement address delivered by Barack Obama. Elite […]

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American Thinker: December 7, 2009 ‘Absolutely!’ Wrong

Originally posted at American Thinker Watching reality TV is a guilty pleasure.  It can also be a cultural and political learning experience.  Take for instance, when Jason Mesnick was the lucky man on The Bachelor.  It was during that season that a star was born.  No, not the adorable little Ty Mesnick—it was the word […]

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Hurry Up and Wait

Issuing urgent petitions for change even before the election–crisis, urgency and fear mongering have become a predictable repertoire for Barack Obama.  In an interview with Daniel Schorn of 60 Minutes, candidate Obama expressed his sense of urgency for the country when asked why he was anxious to run, “You know the truth is I’m not…[but] […]

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