Recent events in Egypt are reawakening the discontent that ended in the ousting of President Hosni Mubarak. Last Thursday, November 22, newly elected President Mohamed Morsi declared that Egypt’s courts cannot overturn decisions he’s made since entering office in June or over the next six months, nor can they alter the makeup or work of … Continue reading
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It’s time to know the truth
Today former CIA Director David Petraeus told lawmakers that the CIA believed the assault on the U.S. Consulate in Libya was in fact a terrorist attack from the very beginning. This directly contradicts statements made by our ambassador to the United Nations, Dr. Susan Rice, just five days following the attack on ABC’s This Week, … Continue reading
Back where we started
Today’s jobs report is another indicator that the economy is still sputtering along at a pace that is unacceptable with 7.9% unemployment. Employers added 171,000 jobs in October but because of an increase of 578,000 individuals seeking employment, the new additions were not enough to counter lower unemployment for the month of October. We can … Continue reading
Will third time be a charm for Romney?
With the second presidential debate in the past, all the political junkies are gearing up for the third and final contest between President Obama and Governor Romney. If you haven’t been keeping up with the debates until now, here is a brief summary to catch you up. The first debate, domestic policy, was a clear … Continue reading
Libya, a big deal?
Yesterday, Obama campaign Deputy Manager, Stephanie Cutter made the comment that, “the entire reason the attacks on the American consulate in Benghazi, Libya was because of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.” The attack that took place against the American consulate in Libya and claimed the lives of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans … Continue reading
We’re still waiting Mr. President
As the new jobs report was released this morning, everyone across the country held their breath to see if the new unemployment numbers would show a rise or fall. The numbers are out and for the month of September unemployment fell to 7.8 percent, the lowest since President Obama took office. This should be a … Continue reading
The problem with Iran
With the first week of United Nation addresses wrapping up, the United States is still in a sticky situation with what to do about Iran. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad didn’t make any remarks concerning the future of Iran’s nuclear program, so we are led to believe that Iran will continue forward with the program even with … Continue reading
Rumble in the South Pacific 2012
With the purchase of a string of tiny islands in the East China Sea, Japan has set off a series of protests across several Chinese cities. The fiasco began when the Japanese purchased a string of islands, known as the Senkakus by the Japanese and the Diaoyus by the Chinese, from a private Japanese owner. … Continue reading
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