American Politics --->Three moments that define Obama’s unserious approach to Russia
By Herman Cain
As Russia marches into Ukraine – in complete defiance of western condemnations and the recognized order expected in civilized society – I can’t help but recall three moments that seem to define where we’ve come to in the U.S./Russian relationship:Peterson Vazquez, My Hispanic Patriot Brother Hero
By Lloyd Marcus
Quoting the Pointer Sisters, “I’m so excited!” Peterson Vazquez is a conservative Republican running for the New York State Assembly.Divide and Conquer: A Game of Thrones?
By Leigh Bravo
I recently attended my monthly book club group, which is comprised of women from differing political persuasions, including but not necessarily limited to conservatives and liberals. We can have some interesting discussions, as you might expect, especially when the topic broaches anything political.California Gov. Brown’s Unwelcome Welcome Mat
By Arthur Christopher Schaper
Reporting on a recent meeting between Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and California Governor Jerry Brown, theLA Times announced:Obama Works to Provide Invaders with Free Attorneys, While ISIL Plans Attack from Mexico!
By John Lillpop
On the heels of Barack Obama’s mind-numbing admission concerning the lack of a “strategy” for dealing with ISIL in Syria, even worse news is breaking: