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Fox News National Security Analyst KT McFarland and soon to be Deputy National Security Adviser in the Donald Trump administration weighed in on the United Nation’s incoming secretary general’s comments about globalization and Iran’s warning of retaliation if the U.S. breaches the nuclear deal.
Why did the Globalists of the World think that countries shouldn’t put their own countries interests first?
The discussions ranges from Iran to Russia and the testing of the new President in 2017.


An America-First diplomacy.

Donald Trump vowed to undo the many foreign policy and national security failures of President Obama, along with the persistent sense of American impotence in the face of international challenges, in an important, muscular speech yesterday, outlining what a Trump administration would do in office.

A one-man wrecking crew who has been demolishing politically-correct pieties since he launched his campaign last year with a call to arms against illegal immigration, Trump announced that the foreign policy administered by Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Kerry that has emboldened Islamic terror has been catastrophic not just for America but for the whole world.

In an address to the Center for the National Interest founded by the late President Richard Nixon, Trump promised to put America first and make it strong again. He slammed the Obama administration for strengthening our enemies, belittling our allies, and diminishing respect around the world for the United States. One of the most prominent themes Trump advanced was Obama’s projection of pathetic weakness, including his downsizing of the military, which has led to the rise of Islamic State and fueled Middle East chaos. As Trump put it, “If President Obama’s goal had been to weaken America, he could not have done a better job.”

Weakening the country, of course, has long been the goal of the Radical-in-Chief now occupying the Oval Office. Obama and his radical pals Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Rashid Khalidi, Valerie Jarrett, Frank Marshall Davis, and a huge chorus of America-haters have spent their lives fostering American weakness. Weakness leads to losing, but Trump stated that he wants America to start winning again. This will happen not only by refocusing our foreign policy on strictly serving American interests, but also by vocally defending America’s international role and American ideals on the global stage. “I will view as president the world through the clear lens of American interests,” Trump affirmed. “I will be America’s greatest defender and most loyal champion. We will not apologize for becoming successful again, but will instead embrace the unique heritage that makes us who we are.”

Central in Trump’s speech was criticizing what has become the modus operandi of the Obama foreign policy era: extending aid and comfort to our enemies while treating our friends with enmity. As a result, America’s enemies don’t fear us and our allies don’t trust us.

“Our friends are beginning to think they can’t depend on us,” Trump said. “We’ve had a president who dislikes our friends and bows to our enemies, something that we’ve never seen before in the history of our country.”

For example, Obama has allowed Communist China “to steal government secrets with cyber attacks and engage in industrial espionage against the United States and its companies.”

Most notably, Obama has treated Iran “with tender love and care” that has made it “a great power … in just a very short period of time,” while at the same time snubbing and criticizing Israel, “our great friend and the one true democracy in the Middle East.”

Obama “negotiated a disastrous deal with Iran, and then we watched them ignore its terms even before the ink was dry.” As president, Trump stated that he would “never, ever” allow Iran to possess a nuclear weapon. The Iranian threat will be the defining threat of this generation thanks primarily to Obama’s appeasement-at-any-price outreach to the Iranian mullahs, which has set the stage for military confrontation. The next administration will have to contend with this as the foremost threat to America and our allies, and Trump made clear that his eyes are open on the severity of this coming conflict.

Trump also targeted Hillary Clinton. Like Obama, the former Secretary of State, now the Democratic Party’s frontrunner, can’t bring herself to name America’s foremost enemy — radical Islam — even as she “pushes for a massive increase in refugees coming into our country,” Trump said. “Unless you name the enemy, you will never ever solve the problem,” he affirmed a speech in that compared the nation’s fight against Islamic Jihad to the struggle against communism during the Cold War.

Radical Islam must be fought abroad as well as inside America, Trump declared.

“There are scores of recent migrants inside our borders charged with terrorism. For every case known to the public, there are dozens and dozens more. We must stop importing extremism through senseless immigration policies. We have no idea where these people are coming from. There’s no documentation, There’s no paperwork. There’s nothing. We have to be smart. We have to be vigilant.”

Trump also had a simple message for the Islamic State, stressing the importance of deception against the enemy in conflict, a tactic clearly missing in Obama’s foreign policy:

“Their days are numbered. I won’t tell them where and I won’t tell them how. We must as a nation be more unpredictable. We are totally predictable. We tell everything. We’re sending troops. We tell them. We’re sending something else. We have a news conference. We have to be unpredictable. And we have to be unpredictable starting now. But they’re going to be gone. ISIS will be gone if I’m elected president. And they’ll be gone quickly.”

Trump also slammed Clinton for her “failed intervention in Libya, [after which] Islamic terrorists in Benghazi took down our consulate and killed our ambassador and three brave Americans. Then, instead of taking charge that night, Hillary Clinton decided to go home and sleep.” To make matter worse, Clinton blamed “it all on a video, an excuse that was a total lie, proven to be absolutely a total lie.”

The Republican presidential frontrunner continued by stressing the positives of America. The U.S., in his view, is:

“a humanitarian nation, but the legacy of the Obama-Clinton interventions will be weakness, confusion, and disarray. A mess. We’ve made the Middle East more unstable and chaotic than ever before. We left Christians subject to intense persecution and even genocide. We have done nothing to help the Christians, nothing, and we should always be ashamed for that, for that lack of action.”

Trump also criticized the “dangerous” neo-conservative effort to democratize the world, and argued for a kind of old-fashioned conservatism, seemingly for modest foreign policy goals and stability. “We are getting out of the nation-building business, and instead focusing on creating stability in the world,” he said.

The reassuring clarifications that Trump offered about his foreign policy views should be a step towards satisfying some of his conservative critics. The speech was a strong beginning in that direction but it also contained some statements that would definitely concern a portion of the conservative camp. Trump, for instance, suggested that the U.S. should be prepared to exit NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Many conservatives wouldn’t see a problem with pointing out NATO’s problems and how America is being taken advantage of by member nations that aren’t paying their fair share, but they would certainly question how threatening the end of NATO complements Trump’s objective of making America a strong military presence in the world. NATO has been a key element of global security and it is usually isolationists and leftists, not conservatives, who want to abolish NATO.

Trump also continued to preach the gospel of economic nationalism, with its tariffs and trade wars that many conservatives would argue benefit entrenched interests while soaking American consumers and generating economic depressions and recessions. He spoke of “the theft of American jobs” and characterized NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, as “a total disaster for the United States.” He also struck a familiar refrain complaining about the loss of manufacturing jobs in states like Pennsylvania and New York, which many conservatives would argue were lost not because some big, mean bully took them away, but because manufacturing tends not to be a cost-effective endeavor in the U.S.

Trump’s address comes after his big night Tuesday in which he decisively won Republican primaries in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. He now has 987 of the 1,237 delegates he needs for a first-ballot victory at this summer’s GOP nominating convention in Cleveland, according to Real Clear Politics (at time of this writing). His rivals are far behind with Ted Cruz at 562, John Kasich at 153, and Marco Rubio, who suspended his campaign, at 171 delegates.

And Trump’s support among many Republican voters appears to be solidifying. According to the NBC News/Survey Monkey weekly tracking poll unveiled Tuesday, Trump now enjoys 50 percent support among Republicans and Republican-leaners nationally for the first time since the poll was launched in December. Cruz and Kasich are both well behind the New York businessman with 26 percent and 17 percent, respectively.

Time will tell if Donald Trump succeeds in his present ambition and will, eventually, stand the test of implementing the foreign policy he has proposed for America.



The Jihadist Next Door


by Katie Pavlich

With recent Islamic terror events unfolding around the world, Americans at home are growing concerned about sleeper cells activating inside the United States.

Last week, an Ohio man with sympathies to ISIS was arrested for plotting to blow up the Capitol building. Just three years ago, Amine El Khalifi was arrested and charged on similar counts after planning to use a suicide vest to carry out an attack on the Capitol. At the time, Khalifi lived in the same apartment complex as I did in Northern Virginia just outside of Washington D.C. He was in the U.S. as an illegal immigrant after living on an expired visa for years and frequently attended a mosque in Falls Church. More from the Washington Post:

Federal authorities on Friday arrested a 29-year-old Moroccan man in an alleged plot to carry out a suicide bombing at the U.S. Capitol, the latest in a series of terrorism-related arrests resulting from undercover sting operations.

For more than a year, Amine El Khalifi, of Alexandria, considered attacking targets including a synagogue, an Alexandria building with military offices and a Washington restaurant frequented by military officials, authorities said. When arrested a few blocks from the Capitol around lunchtime on Friday, he was carrying what he believed to be a loaded automatic weapon and a suicide vest ready for detonation.

The gun and vest were provided not by al-Qaeda, as Khalifi had been told, but by undercover FBI agents who rendered them inoperable, authorities said.

Khalifi “allegedly believed he was working with al-Qaeda,” said Neil H. MacBride, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia. Khalifi “devised the plot, the targets and the methods on his own.”
I remember the day he was arrested. I drove home one day in 2012 to grab my suitcase for a midday flight and there was a local reporter outside the complex stopping people for comments. When I asked her why she was there, she informed me about Khalifi’s plans and that he had lived in the building.

Stay vigilant, America.

God Bless America — the Nation AND the Film

Written by Rick David on July 7, 2014
We saw Dinesh D’ Souza’s America on the Fourth of July. It was a tremendous movie. It made us proud to be Americans. It made us cry for the sacrifices of brave Americans and for the trend to blame America for all of man’s evils. It made us angry at what is happening. Sadly, there was probably only one person in the theater that was under fifty years old. I’m afraid that D’ Souza may be preaching to the choir, just as with the 2016 movie, for if young people had seen 2016, Obama’s America, then they would necessarily be either subversives or idiots to have re-elected this poser, Muslim jihadist at war with America.

And that is exactly the point of the new movie. He documents a subversive movement that has besieged America since long before the sixties radicals have come to prominence. These radicals have conspired to shame Americans into believing that our country is an evil, imperialist nation guilty of oppression. Their objective is to “remake” America into a communist country. Their plan started with destroying our understanding of what America is and has been. D’ Souza is not afraid to name names. (Why not, he’s already being prosecuted for “excessive” campaign donations.) Among the conspirators listed are Saul Alinsky, Bill Ayers and Howard Zinn. The connections that these radicals have to Obama and Hillary are well documented.

Zinn is best known for his history textbook, A People’s History of the United States, first published in 1980. The book is widely used in many high schools and colleges. The term “People’s” (as in “People’s Republic…”, etc.) ought to be your first clue about the perspective of the book. Zinn was not ashamed to call himself a Marxist.
As Dinesh documents, the book utilizes half truths and distortion to demonize America. It offers a one-sided perspective, highlighting examples of American oppression such as slavery, the “stealing” of Native American lands and the conquest of Mexico. While not making excuses for these American sins, America provides a balance that Zinn purposely omits.

America is not unique in these sins. In fact, America points out that conquest, as a human means of attaining wealth, is the rule of human history rather than the exception. Remember, that we are all fallen creatures capable of great evil. What is uniquely American is the idea that wealth can be created from individual initiative and free enterprise. America points out that it is capitalism, not communism that has liberated millions of people from poverty.

The movie begs the question, “What if there was no America?” On balance, America has been a blessing to the world. America’s sins do not compare to the oppression of Hitler and Stalin. American boys died to free the world of these evil men.

The movie reminds us that slavery was not an American invention, but common to human history. Africans enslaved each other long before America was ever founded. It is the American principles enshrined in the Declaration of Independence, with roots in the Christian faith that led us to fight a war to end slavery where millions of white men died to free the slaves.

The war with Mexico was fought over dictatorial oppression of Texans. D’ Souza makes the point that, though the U.S. conquered all of Mexico, we returned half of it and that the part we kept was mostly uninhabited. He reminds us that native Mexicans in America are not climbing the fence to go back to Mexico and that the people of Mexico today would probably be better off if we had kept the land.

Furthermore, the movie relates the whole story about Native Americans. True to form, conquest was a way of life for most Native Americans who had conquered different tribes for centuries before Americans ever stepped on their land.

What was upsetting in seeing this movie is the reminder that the sixties radicals have captured our government and are well along their way to destroying it. And they have accomplished their goals by indoctrinating generations of Americans with their anti-American distortions and in the process alienating many against the principles of freedom that made this a great nation.

They’ve done it through our schools. I have railed on these pages about the dangers of the indoctrination that is occurring in our government controlled schools. The radicals, not George Washington, control our schools. Common Core is simply the latest form of control, but the process has been going on for decades. Too many conservatives are focusing all of their energy on Common Core while ignoring the elephant in the room.

Parents need to wake up.

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by Christian Toto
America is like a Fourth of July sparkler held high in the night air. It’s dazzling in its defense of this nation and patriotic to the core.
The docudrama, the second feature from the team behind 2016: Obama’s America, finds the filmmakers expanding their scope to include the nation’s past, present and future.
Sound ambitious? Oh, it is. America’s willingness to take on so many liberal memes is commendable, but a sharper focus would have hit harder.
As it is, the film introduces arguments rarely acknowledged on screens big or small, reminds us of the selective outrage performed by far-left “heroes” and trumpets America as a noble idea. The latter point is delivered by a rock legend in a way that should get patriots cheering.
Dinesh D’Souza once more takes on a multitude of tasks, from co-writing and co-directing to personally guiding us on the film’s journey. We start on a Revolutionary War battlefield, one in which George Washington is shot and killed. Could that shot have silenced America?
More importantly, would that please some of the far left who contend this country is a black stain on the world?
We then turn to America’s most vocal critics who trot out the standard attacks. The country began with genocide and theft, and its capitalist system creates an unfair system of “haves” and have nots.” We briefly see disgraced professor Ward Churchill, progressive icon Noam Chomsky and others detailing their claims against the country.
Churchill doesn’t blink when he says America deserves a nuclear strike, one akin to what should have hit Germany at the start of the Second World War had the weapon been ready at the time. If you’d like to look into the black heart of the far left, there’s as ugly a snap shot as you might find.
Conservatives will be squirming in their seats during this segment, but D’Souza lets his interview subjects have their say.
“We can’t just dismiss [them] with chants of liberty freedom and rah rah rah,” the avuncular D’Souza cautions. He then takes each charge on in efficient fashion. The Sioux Indians who decry how America usurped their land pulled off a similar move to those who previously held it. It’s part of the conquest ethic that hardly began with those early Americans. This country fought a war to abolish slavery, and the inhuman practice was hardly an American-only problem.
And so America goes, giving context to some of the country’s sins in a fashion rarely heard in popular culture. Each rebuttal needs more time, more explanation, but for those weaned on Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the United States it will be eye opening.
The anti-American attacks speak to a bigger issue.
“Zinn wants a narrative of American shame. That’s why he leaves these stories out,” D’Souza says of the broader history presented in the film. He’s right, of course, and it’s here where audiences will pine for more material.


The film uses historical re-enactments to add visual panache and provide content markers. While handsomely staged, the device isn’t fully successful. And the shift from the robust U.S. defense dominating the film’s running time to modern issues like the IRS targeting conservatives isn’t integrated into the narrative until the rousing final scenes.
Perhaps the most stirring moment comes from a singer, one able to see the country both up close and far away. U2 lead singer Bono of Ireland is seen addressing a group about America the country and, more importantly, the idea.
“Great Britain’s a great country, but it’s not an idea … that’s how we see [America] around the world, one of the greatest ideas in human history.”
America the movie is a good idea, and one long overdue. It’s imperfect, much like the country itself, but its mission of defending a nation under assault from within is valiant to the core.

Left ‘comes out screaming’ against D’Souza’s ‘America’ – They Can’t Take The Truth

by Jerome Corsi

NEW YORK – The political left is coming out “screaming,” with “guns blazing,” in an attempt to dampen the audience for the highly anticipated film “America: Imagine a World Without Her,” its maker told WND just before its Hollywood premiere.

Dinesh D’Souza recalled that the left’s strategy with his first political documentary, “2016: Obama’s America,” was to ignore it.

“You would almost not know ’2016′ existed if you just followed the leftist press and their Internet blogs,” D’Souza told WND in an exclusive phone interview. “It was only when the pied piper Obama came out yelling that everybody else on the left immediately jumped into line.”140622americaposter

“2016″ became the second most popular political documentary of all time, earning $33 million.

This time, the left is drawing attention to a D’Souza film with blistering reviews.

D’Souza believes “America” has become “too big too early for the left to ignore.”

“So, the left is coming out screaming,” he said. “And I frankly think it’s fantastic. We are seeing clearly the hatred of the left, and, far from intimidating me, I welcome it.”

On Monday evening, D’Souza scheduled a red-carpet Hollywood premiere showing of “America” at the LA Live Regal Theater in Los Angeles.

D’Souza told WND he expected over 1,000 invited guests to attend, including several notables in Hollywood’s growing, but largely underground, conservative filmmaking community.

Writing in the Daily Beast, Andrew Romano, with tongue in cheek, praises the opening credits as “nice,” saying he liked the way “the macho, clanging music pairs with the slow-motion footage of a burly blacksmith forging the letters A-M-E-R-I-C-A in his ember-filled 19th-century shop.”

But after that, Romano said, “the rest of ‘America’ is a total piece of junk.”

Characterizing D’Souza as a “conservative provocateur,” Romano said he lacked the space to dispute “every specious point that D’Souza makes in ‘America’ or highlight every bit of nonsensical sophistry he employs in order to mask the emptiness of his so-called reasoning.”

Romano tears into D’Souza’s treatment of slavery.

Instead of praising America for ending slavery, Romano simply repeats the Howard Zinn criticism that D’Souza is trying to refute.

Romano wrote:

The fact that D’Souza is saying the opposite of what he thinks he’s saying here is representative of his overall reasoning skills. He’s not really trying to prove anything in ‘America.’ He’s just throwing factoids against the wall. I’m not sure if he wants to give the impression that he’s attempting to minimize the awfulness of slavery – but that’s certainly the impression he gives.

D’Souza was not shaken by the criticism.

“The left is trying predictably to float the racism charge,” D’Souza told WND.

“But in doing this, the left is employing the very shaming strategy that we expose in the film. So the left is trying to shut down the debate by essentially screaming ‘racism.’ The strategy is not going to work, but it’s being attempted.”

As WND reported, the film includes scenes of a debate between D’Souza and Weather Underground co-founder Bill Ayers, whose interview with the Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly was set up by D’Souza.

‘Worst of all time’

Writing in, Gabe Toro dismissed D’Souza’s “America” as “the worst political documentary of all-time.”

Toro called it “artless propaganda, uninformed, sensationalistic and devoted to buzz phrases (‘the shaming of America’), simplicity (‘have the United States been a force for good or ill in the world?’), and grandstanding (‘We won’t let them shame us, we won’t let them intimidate us’ – who is them and who is us?)”

Making it clear he dismissed D’Souza’s various criticisms of leftist thinkers ranging from Zinn to Saul Alinsky to Noam Chomsky, and claiming D’Souza was charging that with Barack Obama as president and Hillary Clinton as secretary of state the “White House is under control of the DEVIL,” Toro sees nothing of value to merit watching D’Souza’s documentary.

Toro concludes: “Filled with soaring guitars, pointless blacksmith montages and recreations with porn-level production values (check out the sponge-wig on Frederick Douglass), it’s all fist-pumping anti-thought, consisting of baseless revisionist history and idle contrarianism.”

Again, D’Souza is not surprised.

“None of these critics on the left are grappling with what we say in the film,” he said.

“Some of them have seen the film and they are saying things that are very unfair. They’re trying to claim, ‘D’Souza minimizes the issue of slavery, but thinks Hillary and Barack Obama are the Devil.’ That’s the kindergarten version of trying to comprehend this film. We do not try to minimize slavery. Some of the most vivid images in the film are of slavery. We’re saying America was a force for abolition of slavery, that America didn’t invent slavery but America created the legal mechanism for ending it.”
‘Too easy to mock’

Writing in, James Rocchi begins his review by claiming, “The deceptive evidence and straw-man arguments of this conservative ‘filmmaker’ would go down easier if the actual filmmaking wasn’t so inept.”

Forget about the content, Rocchi tells his leaders, “America” doesn’t meet the laugh test, because the film is just “too easy to mock.”

True to his word, Rocchi mocks away.

The film, he said, “also features historical re-enactments – Washington among the troops, Lincoln on the stump, a young Hillary Rodham meeting Saul Alinsky in what appears to be a smoke-filled high-school cafeteria – whose production values are somewhere between the Hallmark Channel and a ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch.”

“It would be one thing if D’Souza had an idea, or any idea, he could stick to as a through-line in his project. But ‘America” isn’t a documentary; it’s more like the badly filmed version of a badly written, meandering op-ed piece from a paper that lacks fact-checking or proofreading.”

Rocchi criticizes D’Souza’s editing as “clumsy.” He claims the lines of dialogue are “repeated ad nauseam,” the sound mix is “incomprehensibly sloppy,” the graphics look “slapdash” and the historical recreations are “either cheap-looking, unintentionally funny, or both.”

As far as Rocchi is concerned, D’Souza failed from the start, simply because he wasn’t Michael Moore.

“In the end, ‘America’ is just badly made,” Rocchi concludes.

“Michael Moore, D’Souza’s nemesis, may be self-important at his worst, but he actually knows how to cut a sequence, get a shot, and tell a story backed by data, all of which are beyond [producers] D’Souza and Sullivan.”

To make sure potential moviegoers get the point, Rocchi repeats his conclusion in other words.

“‘America’ would be simply annoying if it were merely preaching to a conservative-leaning choir of low-information voters and ax-to-grind Obama-haters,” he wrote. “What makes it unendurable is the fact that D’Souza and Sullivan can’t craft a sermon that would keep even the choir awake, interested, and entertained.”

D’Souza was mildly amused.

“The left is maybe not really sure how to attack the film, so critics are attacking the film as poorly made, arguing that ‘the production quality is really poor’ and insisting that ‘Michael Moore at least knows how to make a good movie.’ That’s just downright laughable, and I think our clips and trailers that are out there are enough to refute that claim.”


Yesterday was a big news day.

One of the biggest in years.American-Patriot

The nation had been hit by a terrorist attack just two days before, reports were that a suspect had been identified and might even be close to being arrested.

The mysterious assassinations of two Texas prosecutors had been broken open and the country was just learning that it was neither white supremacists nor Mexican drug lords who had targeted our legal system.

Letters containing a lethal poison had been mailed to both the Congress and the White House. For the first time since the season of terrorism commenced in 2001, a poison attack had been launched in the mails.

And all of this had broken since noon.

So when the White House announced that the president was holding a hurry-up press conference at 5:30, you knew it was big.

The Boston evening briefing had been called off just minutes before it was scheduled to start, presumably out of deference to the president’s appearance, and the air was heavy with portent.

Perhaps the president was going to announce an arrest. Possibly he was going to give more information about the deadly letters sent to Washington and whether they were tied to some terrorist plot.

Maybe he had something to say about the evacuations at the Boston courthouse, and at Brigham and Women’s.

Maybe it was just an update to the country on where we stood and what we should expect.

But it was none of those things.

As radio stations and television broadcasts across the country went live, the president and his props walked out and it became clear what this was about.

Barack Obama was throwing a fit.

After some comments from a Sandy Hook father who has become an anti-gun campaigner, Barack Obama took the microphone and wore it out for most of a half an hour.

Not a word about Boston.

Not a word about defending the country against terrorism or any success that might have been had in catching whoever was behind an attack on the country just 48 hours before.

It was Obama about Obama.

His big gun-banning initiative had come up empty.

He had taken the horrific murder of 20 young children and their teachers and whored it out to advance his lifelong anti-gun agenda. He used the tears of bereaved mothers to manipulate the political system to get what he wanted.

Only he didn’t.

The Senate – controlled by his own party – denied him even the least offensive of his attacks on the Second Amendment.

The legislative process played out and he lost and his reaction was – on a day when there was an abundance of truly significant issues facing the country – to throw a self-centered hissy fit.

He ranted and raved, condemning Congress and the NRA and anyone else he could think of. He raised his voice and there was rage in his eyes and he threatened his foes and tried to rally his supporters.

He called on people to support him and his party and to oppose the Republicans and their supporters.

He was concerned about politics.

While there was still blood on the sidewalk.

While a dozen people were still fighting for their lives.

While a nation was looking for leadership.

Barack Hussein Obama was throwing a fit. Outraged at his political impotence. Indignant that the Congress had not bowed before him.

On the day that a poll said 4 percent of Americans believe gun control is an important issue.

Barack Obama was upset about guns.

So clueless. So out of touch. So focused on what mattered to him, without regard to what mattered to the people.

He had tried to gut a piece of the very Constitution he had sworn to uphold, and it bit him, and he threw a tantrum.

It was like watching a spoiled prince, some inbred and addle-minded scion of entitlement and privilege, raging against a disappointment to his ego.

Last night we saw the real Obama.

The one who doesn’t give a damn about anything but himself and his interests.

– by Bob Lonsberry © 2013


What has America Become

Tell Costas – He went to the wrong Diner