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We know Obamacare.. Now meet “Obamawar”…

Foreign policy weakness = death… While debating Mitt Romney this fall, Barack Obama declared that he had decided to embrace the term “Obamacare” – a name originally coined and to that point only used by its detractors to tie the … Continue reading

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Violent protests across Middle East target embassies, Pope visit to Lebanon – Fox News

Please feel free to keep fundraising, Mr. President. It’s what you’re good at… Anti-American protests erupted across the Middle East on Friday, following week-long demonstrations outside of several U.S. embassies and a Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. Consulate in … Continue reading

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Egypt and the Death of Arguement – Patrick O’Hannigan

The Ultimate in progressive projection of their own condition: “Conservatives are brain dead.” Amplify’d from spectator.org By Patrick O’Hannigan on 2.17.11 @ 6:08AM I know a man who thinks almost anyone with a critique for the progressive agenda must be … Continue reading

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Did the US ethanol mandate contribute to the Egypt crisis?

Amplify’d from http://www.cfact.or An analysis of recent commentary on ethanol production mandates in the United States and the riots in Egypt. Farm Futures magazine, in an article “Ethanol is Not to Blame for Egyptian Riots,” notes “as the unrest in … Continue reading

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John Bolton on Egypt

“The entire situation in Egypt summed up perfectly: “We are not on the verge of the dawning of the age of Aquarius in Egypt if only the demonstrators get their way. It’s a lot more complex than that.” Amplify’d from … Continue reading

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