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Israel Calls Hezbollah Bluff, Kills IRGC Gen in Syria

Editor’s Note – Hasan Nasrallah, leader of Hezbollah, recently boasted of their arsenal of sophisticated weapons capable of reaching most of Israel. On Thursday, Hezbollah head Hassan Nasrallah said the group had Fateh-110 missiles, which have a minimum range of 200 kilometers (125 miles) and can hit the whole of Israel. (Read more here.) Israel then struck […]

Europe Gets It, Obama & Kerry Out Of Touch

Editor’s Note – On Friday, President Obama appeared to be chastising European nations as he answered questions with David Cameron in a press conference at the White House. He spoke of the United States’ complete support in the European efforts to prevent future attacks similar to the recent terrorism that Paris recently suffered over the satirical […]

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Afghanistan – Dempsey Distances Himself from Obama Opinion

By DENISE SIMON – SUA Associate Editor, and radio talk show host at the “Denise Simon Experience” Can you list those in the Obama administration graveyard? The President and his inner core have only met rarely with any of the cabinet secretaries throughout the six years of his administration. Subsequently many top people have moved on to private business. […]

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3 Terror Suspects Dead – France Fights Back in Two Locations

UPDATE -5:15 PM (eastern) 1.9.15 – Al Qaeda on the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has publicly released a statement in which they claim responsibility for the Paris Terror Attack. Here is their statement from The Intercept by Jeremy Scahill: Some ask the relationship between Al-Qaeda Organization and the (brothers) who carried out the #CharlieHebdo operation. Was […]

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12 Killed by Islamist Radicals in Paris – Arrests, UPDATE

UPDATE – 2:30 PM (eastern) 1.8.15 – Reports of the capture of the two brothers identified as the Paris Hebdo assailants were captured was prematurely reported across the globe. French authorities are now searching for the Kouachi brothers. The 18-year old, Hamyd Mourad has reportedly turned himself in. One report had the two brothers robbing a gas […]

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Obama Sets More Sanctions on DPRK Over Sony Hack

Editor’s Note – When it came to the alleged hack of Sony by North Korea, there is still great dispute over the origin of the hack. Obama criticized Sony for their decisions and later called the matter ‘cyber-vandalism’. (H/T – Founders Code) The Israelis have one theory and the FBI has expressed initial and then amended […]

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Venezuela in Crisis – Is Russia Their Friend? China?

Why Does Venezuela Think Russia Is Its Friend? By Frances Coppola – Forbes Venezuela is in crisis. Due to the falling oil price, maintaining the complex triple exchange rate system is draining its FX reserves, and President Maduro’s public expenditure plans are fast becoming unaffordable. In October, the Venezuelan government set a budget which increased […]

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Name Thine Enemy – Behind the Islam ‘Eight-ball’

Editor’s Note – The name is Islam. A reminder that America needs to learn and create a plan to survive. “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If […]

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Gaza Rearms, Rebuilds Tunnels, Fires Rockets – Israelis Attack

Editor’s Note – As Americans focus on the Christmas holiday and New Year’s Eve, North Korea and Cuba are monopolizing our airwaves and cable news. Meanwhile, the Gaza/Israeli situation worsens again. As is all too common, peace means silence in Israel and reloading in Gaza. Once again, Gaza terrorists are stealing what the Israelis give […]

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‘Veterans Today’ Maligns America & Vets in Damascus

Conspiracies, Egos, & Defamation – “Conference” in Damascus US Delegation called “Veterans Today” lauds its own praises, defames American Vets, all as guests of Assad By Scott W. Winchell In America you can pretty much say whatever you want thanks to the first amendment. When you go abroad, especially to nations on the list of […]

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