The Conflater in Chief a/k/a President Obama continues to foist confusion on the public in every speech about immigration. He never talks about the border as a problem as in border security, but conflates “immigration reform” with doing something about the flood of people crossing our border from the South. Why am I writing about this? We’ll see. Continue reading “Conflater in Chief — it’s the border stupid”
The Cloward-Piven assault. Calling it a strategy gives it undue legitimacy. This is the best single article explaining the nature and origin of Obama’s “Hope and Change” that I have ever seen. It explains the purpose and tactic fundamental to the destruction of America that Obama and the Progressive left are overseeing. Continue reading “Cloward-Piven Assault on the Border”
Border security first, then talk about immigration reform. Why is that so hard? Nothing President Obama says, either in rhetoric at the pool table or in budget requests, mentions border security as a priority — in fact he’s barely used the words. Continue reading “Border security – why so hard?”
Censorship again. I have written about censorship recently and believe it must be talked about and exposed whenever instances are found. Continue reading “Administration censorship says media groups”
Please, chill the impeachment rhetoric! Sarah (be clear, I like her plain-spoken manner) and others do no good for either the GOP or the political narrative of today. Yes, Obama is an incompetent president and proves it daily. Continue reading “Incompetence and The Impeachment Delusion”
At least I’m guessing reparations will be suggested following the “unsaid apology” described in this news article.
The son of the U.S. Air Force pilot who dropped the first atomic bomb in the history of warfare says the Obama administration’s decision to send a U.S. delegation to a ceremony in Japan to mark the 65th anniversary of the attack on Hiroshima is an “unsaid apology” and appears to be an attempt to “rewrite history.”
Yes, dropping an atomic bomb was a horrifically drastic thing to do. But you have to put it in context of the unprovoked attack on Pearl Harbor and the vicious actions of Japan during the war. I agree with those who proclaim that but for the two bombs, the war would have continued for a long time with far more lives lost on both sides.
I have a context, as I was scarcely a year old at the time, and 24 years later, while serving in the U.S. Navy, visited the museum at ground zero in Nagasaki, the site of the second bomb — a sobering place. My father was in the Army at the time, overseas, at the time of the bombing. Thus I’ve had the opportunity to look at this issue “up close and personal.”
Hopefully, an apology, spoken or implied, is not what this trip is about. If it’s not, the administration needs to crank up the PR machine and tell us that. If it is, shame on them!