By Carole on Nov 12, 2011
The focus of tonight's GOP presidential debate in Spartanburg, South Carolina will be foreign policy and national security. In preparation, the mainstream media is asking the obvious questions: Will Rick Perry "step in it" again? Does Herman Cain know who the president of "Ubeki-beki-beki-beki-stan-stan" is? How many times will Jon Huntsman remind the audience he has lived overseas? But the more important (and interesting) question that could be answered tonight is: Can former Senator Rick Santorum turn his eight years on the Senate Armed Services Committee and his real world foreign policy experience into serious consideration from Republican primary voters?
By Carole on Oct 22, 2011
President Barack Obama has failed again. This time he demonstrated his incompetence when, after nine years of American sacrifice that freed the Iraqi people from a murderous regime and protected them through their first years of democracy, he could not convince Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to allow any US military forces to remain in his country.
By Carole on Oct 11, 2011
Imagine a third-rate magician with cards falling out of his sleeves and a tired old rabbit peeking out of his torn jacket pocket. He gestures wildly toward a once beautiful assistant in a tattered old costume, his eyes betraying his desperate hope that the audience won't notice the mirrors and wires. Ladies and Gentlemen, the Not-So-Amazing Obama!
By Carole on Jun 9, 2011
While too much of the nation's attention is focused on Representative Anthony Weiner (D-New York) and his sex/lying scandal, President Barack Obama is at the White House welcoming one of the most corrupt leaders on earth. President Ali Bongo of the West Central African nation of Gabon is being touted by administration officials as an "important ally" while those who know his background say he is guilty of "grand theft nation".
By Carole on Feb 9, 2010
Yesterday Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said "The Iranian nation, with its unity and God's grace, will punch the arrogance [Western powers] on the 22nd of Bahman [Feb. 11] in a way that will leave them stunned," (source) Today, despite the objections of the US and its allies, Iran began enriching uranium to a higher level bringing the Islamic republic closer to having nuclear weapons. (source)