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Keystone XL Senate Vote, and Pinocchio – Landrieu Loses

By SUA Staff It is clear to most of America that Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) was trying a desperate move to salvage or save her seat as the Senior Senator from Louisiana by pushing for a vote on the Keystone XL pipeline. The hefty energy industry base in her state was finally important considering she […]

“Chicken-shit” – How The WH Really Feels About Israel

Editor’s Note – A fire storm erupted today concerning an article published today by the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg regarding the White House’s characterization of Israel’s PM, Benjamin Netanyahu as a “Chicken-Shit.” In that article, Goldberg not only tells us of the reference, but exposes his own disdain for Netanyahu and how the Obama Administration has […]

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Obama Considers Options for Closing Gitmo, Boehner Furious

Editor’s Note – You may remember that the very first thing Obama did after his inauguration in 2009 was to sign an Executive Order to close the Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility on the island of Cuba within one year. Promising to return America to the “moral high ground” in the war on terrorism, President Obama […]

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Cheney – US Foreign Policy Future – AEI Speech Today

Editor’s Note – As we anticipate the President’s speech to the nation tonight, we hope you read this posting of  the speech that former Vice President, Dick Cheney at the AEI event held this morning. Then compare this to the post we just made of Andrew C. McCarthy’s article that he published this morning about […]

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Defcon 1 or Dogleg Left on 13?

By Denise Simon, Associate Editor at SUA It is ISIL, it is Hamas, it is al Nusra, it is the Southern border, it is Ebola, it is the cyber hits, it is the Iranian nuclear negotiations, it is the Taliban, it is the kidnapped Americans, it is the green on blue attacks and a dead two-star […]

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Theatrics in Texas – Jury of One’s Peers?

Editor’s Note – Texas politics – need we say more? In a state that was once deep blue, then turned a bold red, the Democrats seem hell bent on reversing that fact. How does one go about that task is the question? Then ask who is behind it all, the main stream media will not? Think […]

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MG Vallely & Ted Nugent Speak at Wyoming Tea Party Event

Editor’s Note – MG Paul E. Vallely (US Army-Ret.), Chairman of SUA, accompanied by his wife Muffin and SUA Public Relations and Marketing Director Kevin Moore, joined Ted Nugent in Cody, Wyoming for the annual Big Horn Basin Tea Party Picnic. At the event, both spoke to rousing applause and were joined by Big Horn County Sheriff […]

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IRS Report from House – Lerner and Treasury Totally Exposed

Editor’s Note – The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released its report this morning on the IRS Scandal, specifically for the areas in which Lois Lerner is involved. It is 141 pages long, but well worth the read. Since most in the country’s citizens do not have the time, it becomes abundantly clear how […]

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‘Ultimate Fight Between Left and Right’ – Terrorist Ayers vs. D’Souza

Editor’s Note – Billed as the “Ultimate Fight Between Left and Right,” Dartmouth University’s “Dartmouth Review” hosted the debate between Bill Ayers and Dinesh D’Souza last night, streamed on many web sites. Of course, no one would call Dinesh D’Souza the ultimate conservative, but we surely know Bill Ayers is the epitome of the “uber-left.” […]

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EBT Card Fiasco a Test Run for Planned Program Suspension in Nov.?

Editor’s Note – The shutdown pain will continue apparently. The White House and Harry Reid have long term plans for it as well it appears. What else do they have up their sleeve to hurt the American people all to make political hay. Blame those dastardly “Tea Party zealots” those “extremists”. Was that EBT card […]

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