I grow furious as ever more apologists speak to the popular media to proclaim that the Islamic State (aka ISIS or ISIL) is an evil group but is in no way a reflection of the loving, peaceful religion that is Islam. It is time to wake up to the truth that Islam is both a religion and a dangerous ideology bent on world domination.
Last month, the president ignored everything else that was going on in the nation and the world to have dinner with 50 leaders of African states as well as some 350 other guests, including key members of his administration and the few supporters on Capitol Hill whom he can count on.
That there is something wrong at the White House is becoming apparent in the wake of the cancer that can be seen in the growing violence in the Middle East by the Islamic State. The terrorist group also known as ISIS or ISIL is a cancer that is a long-term threat to all of us.
African-Americans are mad as hell. And at least some of that blame must fall on the shoulders of President Barack Obama, who promised blacks racial healing along with economic prosperity in his 2008 presidential campaign and then miserably failed at delivering either.
To borrow upon the famous quote from one of the world’s greatest leaders, Winston Churchill, during the Battle of Britain and apply it to President Barack Obama’s response to the Islamic threat that is ISIS: Never in the field of human conflict was so much harm done to so many by just one man.
Twenty-three years ago, President George H.W. Bush spoke of his vision for a new world order. While many people still sell NWO conspiracy theories in detail (except for their lack of evidence), societies are fracturing at the regional, national and international levels.
Given the social and political problems presented by wave upon wave of illegal immigrants and now this looming water crisis, an explosive fuse may have been set at the Nation’s southwestern edge. The shortage of water in California could spark violence.
Prejudice is part of human nature. It dates back eons and once served a purpose which advanced human survival. While it is still prevalent today, it is a fallacy that it is inherent mostly in whites as alluded to last Sunday by Attorney General Eric Holder when interviewed on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.”
The crux of the crisis in Iraq is tribalism, the most basic element of which is prejudice. President Barack Obama has tribalism in his Kenyan roots. And all that matters to him is that the Shiites control the enormous oil wealth and much of the Mideast.
I understand the concept of profits and losses pretty well, and the $600 I spend on monthly prescriptions isn’t causing my doctors any pain. They get big paybacks prescribing drugs — kickbacks from Big Pharma. It is all very big business, in excess of more than $1 trillion in new pharmaceutical sales around the world each year.
President Barack Obama is with one hand kneecapping domestic coal production and with the other hand forming an alliance with Iran, America’s most dangerous adversary in the Mideast and a country that covets nuclear weapons and Mideast domination.
It’s said that in France the government fears the people and that in America the people fear the government. Not once in the past century has this kind of fear been more palpable than it is under the yoke of the Administration of President Barack Obama.
We are no longer taking the fight to the radical Islam. They are taking it to us and kicking our butt. Worst of all, they are doing it right in our living rooms in front of our children and grandchildren. But peace-loving and turn-the-other-cheek liberals are providing aid and comfort to the enemy.
The Battle of Little Bighorn was one of the few times when the powerful elite did not conquer. Native Americans rose up and cut them down. If the ruling elite continue their abuse of power and their thirst for greed, other Americans may do what the Native Americans did.
Two crowds are headed for battle: the liberal lobby for President Barack Obama — with his pro-gay, pro-black, pro-socialist agenda, executed by his secret National Security Agency drone army — and freedom-loving, gun-owning Americans who are willing to fight and, if necessary, die for the Constitution.
A death sentence being imposed on a Christian woman in Sudan got very little press. Instead, the pro-black and pro-homosexual media focused almost exclusively on NFL wannabe Michael Sam and on the racist of the century, NBA Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Working for the Barack Obama Administration on a project called the National Climate Assessment, 300 scientists warned in a recent report that immediate action has to be taken by governments acting in concert (sounds like global government) to prevent a global catastrophe.
What is happening in Ukraine and the political and military posturing over that country between Washington and Moscow could release a thermonuclear war over a country best known for its grain fields.
The United States has become a stacked game for the mega rich and a sucker’s game for the growing poor. Today, it is President Barack Obama who heads this tragedy — stealing from the middle class to pay off the rich while manipulating multitudes of the millions to become needful and poor, compliant and cowering.
Recently, Senator John McCain said the Administration of President Barack Obama doesn’t carry a big stick; it carries a twig. The truth is Uncle Sam is too weak, too fat and too whimsical of mind to bother picking up much of anything up and waving it about.
On President Barack Obama’s recent trip to Saudi Arabia, the king and the two highest-ranking representatives of the oil dynasty explained in strict terms that the United States is making a mockery out of their monarchy and that Obama damn well better gear up for imminent military intervention in the Mideast.
Despite abysmal poll ratings, millions of Americans still trust Barack Obama and believe he is doing a fine job as President. It is tantamount to believing the Titanic was on course even after her bow tipped forward into the icy-cold North Atlantic.
Two weeks ago, I was being strapped on a gurney and rushed by firefighters into an ambulance at my doctor’s office. I was so out of breath that I wasn’t all that worried. I should have been — not only because my condition was serious, but because I was about to be subjected to the full tyranny of socialized hospitalization.