Category Archives: Foreign policy

Will Obama Throw Hillary Under The Bus After State Dept. Meltdown at Benghazi Hearing?

The State Department mishandling of the situation in Benghazi Libya has hurt what many believe was President Obama’s strong suit — foreign policy. With Bill Clinton out stumping for him, Obama can’t throw Hillary under the bus. Mitt Romney will … Continue reading

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Review & Outlook: The Libya Debacle – WSJ.com

The Wall Street Journal opinion page’s Review & Outlook column is a must-read for those interested in what really happened in Benghazi, Libya earlier this month. The Obama Administration’s mischaracterization of the events that resulted in Ambassador Chris Stevens’ death … Continue reading

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Our choice for President…

Obama! That was my reply to a friend who in response to a recent posting, What Wikileaks cables tell us about Abu Qumu Hamouda, replied, “our choice for president.” President George W Bush authorized Hamouda’s release and Secretary Condoleeza Rice‘s … Continue reading

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Former New York Mayor Giuliani helping Serbia’s nationalists ahead of elections – The Washington Post

For those who believed former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani was a proto-fascist, his latest announced endeavor would seem to confirm that view. The NY Daily News reported, Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani says he could become an adviser to … Continue reading

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Dominican Ambassador Calls On Cuomo To Support Latino Congressional District

Politicker reports that Dominican Ambassador Roberto Saladin has thrown his support behind the push to create a new predominantly Latino Congressional district in Northern Manhattan and the Bronx.  Mr. Saladin sent a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo last Tuesday describing … Continue reading

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