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Syria is Creating Schizophrenic U.S. Senators

Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) yesterday called out three former Senators while grilling one of them – Secretary of State John Kerry – at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing. The other two were President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, though he neglected to include Kerry’s predecessor Hillary Clinton or wackobird John McCain. The […]

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Two Democratic Senators Call for Resignation of CIA Director who Allegedly Converted to Islam

When two Democratic Congressmen stray from the Obama reservation, it’s a rare day. When two Democratic Senators do so, it’s virtually unheard of and represents an extremely significant event. That happened today when U.S. Senators Mark Udall (D-CO) and Martin Heinrich (D-NM) called for the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan, whom former FBI Agent […]

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News to Huma Abedin? Chuck Hagel allegedly said State Department an adjunct of Israeli Government

Former Republican Senator Chuck Hagel – Barack Obama’s nominee for Secretary of Defense – appears to have another battle to fight relative to past comments that increasingly make the case that he is anti-Israel at best and anti-Semitic at worst (note that it is Republicans who are opposing their own; Democrats rarely do that). Hagel […]

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U.S. Senator gives details about Face to Face meeting with Two-Faced Egyptian President

This is really an incredible account of what happened behind closed doors in a meeting with six United States Senators and Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood president, Mohamed Morsi. If this account is accurate – and it seems to be – these Senators were exposed to the true duality of doublespeak. Remember, doublespeak is the Islamists’ greatest […]

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Republican Senators boiling after meeting with Rice

Regular readers know that we’ve been more than just a little critical of Republican Senators like John McCain and Lindsey Graham when it came to how best to deal with the situations in Libya, Syria, et. al. but in this particular case, they’re right to keep up the pressure on U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice. When […]

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