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The Enemy Within?

Two recent news stories, if true, should give Americans a long pause. The first is a report that the Obama Administration has signed a pact with the Russian government that would allow Russian officials to help provide security at large events and gatherings inside the United States.  In addition to the fact that this may … Continue reading

It’s Veteran’s Day – Thank a Member of the Military

We are less than a week out from the election.  As the acrimony settles a little, it is a good time to pause and remember why we are able to have political debates like those we just finished in this great country of ours.  It’s because of the brave, dedicated, and hard working men and … Continue reading

Obama’s Intelligence Leaks: Why Andy McCarthy Has It Right

Andy McCarthy is a pretty smart guy.  He worked in the United States Attorneys’ office for the Southern District of New York.  Those in the legal profession will tell you that is a tough job to get – only the best of the best get appointed to serve in those jobs.  What’s more, Andy McCarthy … Continue reading

Remembering Reagan’s “Tear Down This Wall” Speech

Twenty five years ago today, on June 12, 1987, Ronald Reagan uttered what may be his most famous and influential words: General Secretary Gorbachev, if you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization:  Come here to this gate!  Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate! …  Mr. Gorbachev, … Continue reading

Armstrong Walks On The Moon

44th Anniversary of Neil Armstrong's Moon WalkJuly 20th, 2013
Another Occasion On Which America Lead The Way

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