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Treasonous Traitors, or True Patriots?

Treasonous Traitors, or True Patriots?

By Phil Erwin OK, now it’s official. The entire Democrat pantheon of Senators, ex-Presidential candidates, Secretaries of This & That, together with the national Press (ex-FOX) have gone way, way off the Deep End. And of course, they’re expecting the rest of the country to follow them. Straight into Oblivion. On Monday, 47 Republican Senators […]

How do you handle a problem like Iran?

How do you handle a problem like Iran?

By Debra Tash Dr. Behzad Tabatabaei was keynote speaker at the Thousand Oaks Republican Women, Federated on Thursday evening, March 12th.  Dr. Tabatabaei‘s talk titled, “Our Path to Victory,” outlined how the west should have, and now should be, addressing the threat of Iran as a state sponsor of terrorism. Dr. Tabatabaei earned two masters and […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Nukes for Iran

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Nukes for Iran

Chip Bok, nurse Bokbluster.com President Obama’s original line was no nukes for Iran. That may have changed. According to leaks, the administration is working on a ten year plan allowing enough centrifuges to have a nuclear infrastructure but not enough to build bombs. At the end of the ten years, thanks to Obama’s persuasive power, the mullahs […]

No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

by Gregory J. Welborn President Obama was so disdainful of Benjamin Netanyahu that he publicly commented he hadn’t even bothered to watch the Prime Minister’s address to Congress, viagra 40mg and then obfuscated about its text not offering any “viable alternative”. From that statement alone, medicine we can deduce that the President really didn’t even […]

Israel’s Last Stand and Ours

Israel’s Last Stand and Ours

By Phil Erwin On Tuesday, Israel’s Prime Minister, Benyamin (Binyamin) Netanyahu, will address a joint session of Congress. The White House has decried this as “unprecedented” and a “breach of protocol,” but this is not Netanyahu’s first such speech. So why did ObamaCrew go ballistic? Are they so full of themselves that they think nobody […]

Apocalypse Now

Apocalypse Now

by Gregory J. Welborn I just finished a great history of WWII and happened to watch a cable rerun of The Monuments Men. Key points in both led me to the sobering conclusion that the apocalypse is not something that is only supposed to happen in some other generation’s future, sales but instead is more […]

Bad Iran Deal in the Offing

Bad Iran Deal in the Offing

By Dr. Norman A. Bailey The US looks set to present its allies with a dangerous fait accompli on Iran’s nuclear program. The joint statement by Secretary of State Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif that there will be no extension of the talks between the six powers and Iran past the most recent deadline […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Got to see a man about a high horse

Cartoonist Chip Bok:  Got to see a man about a high horse

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com     February 7, 2015 A couple weeks ago Bob Menedez compared President Obama’s threat to veto any sanctions on Iran to “talking points that come straight out of Tehran”. Our philosopher king’s prayer breakfast lecture on Thursday could have been mistaken for talking points straight out of the Islamic State. He called on Christians to get off […]

The President’s Terrible Legacy

The President’s Terrible Legacy

By Gregory J. Welborn   By all accounts in Washington D.C., President Obama is sprinting to the finish line of his two terms desperately seeking to establish the legacy which will be his when the verdict of history is written. He believes it will be established on the domestic front where he has spent so […]

The Iranian Nuclear Crisis and the U.S. Administration

The Iranian Nuclear Crisis and the U.S. Administration