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President Obama’s Speech on Mideast Policy The Rush To Judgement As one might expect, PBS took special care to make a video of President Barack H. Obama‘s May 19th speech Obama Lays Out U.S. Policy on Arab World Amid Uprisings available … Continue reading
NYC welcomes Marines, sailors during Fleet Week New York 2011 Parade of Sail (via PUMABydesign001’s Blog)
Here is a point of view on Memorial Day from NYC. [caption id=”attachment_22180″ align=”aligncenter” width=”448″ caption=”A member of a military Honor Guard stands at parade rest during a Memorial Day remembrance at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument on the Boston … Continue reading
Memorial Day is a day we usually reserve for remembering our war dead, or as President Abraham Lincoln put it, those who “gave the last full measure of devotion” (from here). We rarely consider that the sacrifice of those who … Continue reading
Here is today’s Lingamfelter Report by Delegate Scott Lingamfelter. In it Lingamfelter quotes the president who led our nation during our most sad and bloody war. The Last Full Measure… I suspect many of you, like our family, have plans for … Continue reading
I missed posting last Friday’s Lingamfelter Report by Delegate Scott Lingamfelter. Since he had something informative to say about President Obama’s latest policy adventure in the Middle East, throwing Israel under the bus, that was unfortunate. Reckless Ignorance I am stunned, yes, stunned by President … Continue reading