Uh Oh, Morsi Rejects Military’s Ultimatum

July 2, 2013
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Uh Oh, Morsi Rejects Military’s Ultimatum

As non-Brotherhood ministers in his cabinet resign, Egyptian President Morsi has rejected the military’s ultimatum to work with the people. He said he will continue the path he is on. He is probably bolstered by Obama support. Obama has been on the phone with Morsi since the military’s demand that he work with the people.…

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Obama To Africans: US Mission Is to Sell Them Stuff

July 2, 2013
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Obama To Africans: US Mission Is to Sell Them Stuff

President Obama spoke at a Town Hall in South Africa on June 29, 2013. He told them that if you have high illiteracy and poor skills, you’re going to have problems. He believes childhood education beginning at age 0 in the US would make the difference for us. During his re-eleciton campaign, he advertised his…

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US Spends Hundreds of Millions on Planes Afghans Don’t Know How to Fly

July 1, 2013
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US Spends Hundreds of Millions on Planes Afghans Don’t Know How to Fly

Photo of M-17 with a new kind of pilot The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), while conducting an audit, discovered that the US government was about to spend $771 million on military aircraft for the Afghans even though they do not have pilots with the necessary skills to operate the planes. The Department…

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College Loan Money Going to Faculty Extravagances

July 1, 2013
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College Loan Money Going to Faculty Extravagances

Photo of NYU, they’re in the loan business Welcome  home, all you college students. How did it go this year? Are you proud of your new school? Did they stand up for moral principles ? How about their ethics? Are they spending your (or your parents) tuition money wisely? Growing up in Brooklyn. I didn’t…

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Civil War in America

July 1, 2013
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Civil War in America

Photo of General George G. Meade’s headquarters during the Battle of Gettysburg, July, 1863 “The army is the worst place in the world to learn bad habbits of all kinds, there is several men in this Regt. when they enlisted they were nice respectable men and belonged to the Church of God, but now where…

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Egypt’s Military Commander Demands Politicians Answer Peoples’ Demands

July 1, 2013
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Egypt’s Military Commander Demands Politicians Answer Peoples’ Demands

Photo of Sunday’s protests in Egypt As many as 17 million Egyptians have taken to the streets. The protests are spreading and growing in major Egyptian cities. The top military commander in Egypt is now demanding that the politicians respond to the peoples’ demands by Wednesday. President Obama is voting absent as people take to…

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19 Firefighters Killed in Worst Fire in Arizona’s History

July 1, 2013
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19 Firefighters Killed in Worst Fire in Arizona’s History

Photo of Yarnell Hill fire Arizona Central has confirmed the deaths of 19 courageous firefighters in the Yarnell Hill Fire that ripped through the town, destroying half of the homes, in the worst fire in Arizona history. Eighteen of the firefighters were members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots team and all were found near or inside…

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Should Senators Who Voted for the Amnesty Bill Be Primaried?

July 1, 2013
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Should Senators Who Voted for the Amnesty Bill Be Primaried?

Every week on Monday morning , the Council and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day. This week’s question: Should Senators Who Voted For The Amnesty Bill Be Primaried? Rhymes With Right: Yes, I do think that those senators who voted for amnesty should be…

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Benghazi Timeline Exposes Shocking Incompetence & Coverups

July 1, 2013
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Benghazi Timeline Exposes Shocking Incompetence & Coverups

Bodies of four murdered Americans arrive at Andrews Air Force base Bret Baier had a special on Fox News this weekend which provided an updated timeline of the events before, during and after the Benghazi attacks. The information was taken from sworn testimony and correspondence and communications between administration officials. The timeline which is outlined…

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Who Says Our Politicians Don’t Listen?

June 30, 2013
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by Dianne Hermann (Copyright 2013) I, along with 300 million of my closest friends, had my Verizon cell phone records unceremoniously handed over to the government by Verizon. Girded with my Fourth Amendment assurances, I did what any responsible American citizen would do – I called my cell phone company and lodged an official complaint…

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My Friend D.H.

June 30, 2013
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My Friend D.H.

Norman Rockwell photo of the teacher by Gary Spina (Copyright 2013 by Gary Spina) Today is Sunday, but I didn’t go to church this morning.  I had planned to go.  My friend D.H. keeps inviting me to go and I keep telling her, “someday,” and today was supposed to be the day.  I even polished…

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Intrusive Police Scanners Collect Records of Drivers’ Movements

June 30, 2013
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Intrusive Police Scanners Collect Records of Drivers’ Movements

Photo of paperback-size license plate scanner The Center for Investigative Reporting found another case of an unregulated intrusion into our private lives by government and few people know about it. Police departments throughout California are outfitting their vehicles with license plate scanners that can log thousands of license plates in an eight-hour shift. The scanners do more…

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Syrian Rebels Behead Catholic Priest – Update

June 30, 2013
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Syrian Rebels Behead Catholic Priest – Update

Photo of Fr. Francois Murad Update below Catholic online reported Monday that a Syrian Catholic priest, Father Francois Murad, was beheaded by the radical Jabhat al-Nusra or al-Nusra Front. The Jihadists murdered Fr. Francois in Gassanieh, in northern Syria, in the convent of the Custody of the Holy Land where he had taken refuge, making…

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