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Posted in Audio Clips.
– February 8, 2013
In what is being seen as a blow to President Obama’s social agenda, the U.S. Senate rejected Wednesday a controversial nominee for chief civil rights attorney who had defended a convicted cop killer.
That nominee, Debo Adegbile, spent much of his career at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. It was there where he took up the case of convicted cop killer Wesley Cook, also known as Mumia Abu-Jamal, a cause célèbre among many in the far left.
Posted in DC Blues, Defeat Obama Central, On The Domestic Front.
– March 6, 2014
Obama’s minions in the mainstream media are once again blaming Bush for Obama’s mistakes.
After five years, the Obama administration still refuses to stop blaming George W. Bush for its own failures. The latest example is Vladimir Putin, and his invasion of Ukraine.
Thirteen years ago, President Bush said he “got a sense of Putin’s soul.” So a senior Obama administration official said, “We in the administration have not made it a pratice to look into Putin’s soul”.
Posted in MJoemal19.
– March 5, 2014
From Asia to Europe to the Middle East, the Obama administration’s foreign policy has imploded.
As President Obama’s widely-heralded Pacific “Pivot” never defined itself, China has been left to grow its trade and world influence, stretching out its reach over the the Pacific, and the world.
The Chinese have their Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ). North Korea, whose only ally is neighboring communist brother China, continues to threaten the world by restarting their nuclear power plant they had agreed to mothball, and test more ICBMs.
Posted in Asia, Defeat Obama Central, Europe Today, Middle East, The New Cold War.
– March 3, 2014
Police investigate the aftermath of the knife attack.
Chinese president Xi Jinping ordered a crackdown on Uighur separatists Sunday, after a coordinated knifing attack in a train station killed 33 people.
More than 10 knife-wielding people dressed in black stormed through the square and ticket hall of the railway station in Kunming, the capital of southwest Yunnan province. The masked attackers began slashing and stabbing passengers Saturday night at about 9:20 PM local time. Twenty-nine civilians were killed and 109 were seriously injured in the attack. Police were able to kill 4 of the assailants; one was arrested and the others are being hunted down.
Posted in Asia, War On Terror.
– March 2, 2014
Heavily-armed soldiers without identifying insignia guard the Crimean parliament building shortly after taking up positions there on March 1, 2014 in Simferopol, Ukraine.
Tensions mounted Saturday in Ukraine, as Russia blatantly ignored international calls for restraint and invaded the semi-autonomous Crimea region of the country.
Pro-Russian gunmen seized Crimea’s government and parliament buildings in Simferopol on Thursday before allowing lawmakers to appoint a new prime minister and call for a regional referendum — moved forward on Saturday from May 15 to March 30 — that would proclaim even greater independence for the already-autonomous region.
Posted in Europe Today, The New Cold War.
– March 2, 2014