Jayme Evans is a veteran of the United States Navy, military analyst, conservative columnist and an advocate and voice for disabled and other veterans. He has served for many years as a Subject Matter Expert in systems software testing, and currently serves as a technical lead in that capacity. He has extensively studied amateur astronomy and metallurgy, as well as military and US history.Jayme can be reached at: [[email protected]][email protected][/email]
After spending an entire week poring over a few thousand of the so-called “Afghan War Logs”, more than 75,000 incident reports from the Afghanistan war allegedly leaked by a US soldier to left-leaning WikiLeaks, one thing is clear. While the disclosure of this information may not put American or coalition forces in (even more) imminent danger, it will result in even more innocents killed and it does further complicate our mission in Afghanistan in a number of ways.
For years now, Barack Obama’s media lapdogs have been repeating the lie that Obama was America’s first, “post-racial president”, whatever that means. Well, it didn’t take long for America’s first Beer Summit to shatter that myth.
If you listen to the lies spewing forth from the lips of the Obama Administration, the US economy is improving, millions of jobs are being “saved or created” and we’re well on our way to a strong recovery. But, the volatility of the numbers that Obama and economists in his pocket use to try and convince us that our financial situation is improving tell an entirely different story.
To commemorate the first anniversary of Barack Obama’s Cairo speech, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden, interviewed on al Jazeera TV, said that one of his foremost responsibilities was improving relations in the Muslim world by highlighting their contributions to math, science and engineering, thereby making them feel better.
The United States of America is in great peril. Absent drastic and immediate intervention, America as we know it will cease to exist. Americans are quite adept at the art of denial. But, if we don’t begin to recognize the gut-wrenching truth that we screwed things up by putting an illegitimate usurper in the most powerful office on Earth and that said usurper has been systematically dismantling and destroying our economy, military, middle-class, social structure and Constitution, it’s game over.
Although Barack Obama’s rabid, media lapdogs on the left portray the replacement of General Stanley McChrystal as a swift, decisive and “brilliant” move and pundits on the right stand there with mouths agape, shocked that a respected military commander would self-destruct in such a manner, both analyses distort key facts and are superficial at best, for they fail to address the fundamental questions the media should be asking, such as “What really happened?”
If you happened to catch Barack Obama’s first televised address from the Oval Office and were looking for steady leadership, an end to the gushing oil or common sense managing the cleanup, you were probably very disappointed. Unfortunately for the United States, not only is Obama illegitimate, he’s also incompetent, reckless and he represents everything our Founders warned us to abolish; a clear and present danger to our well-being, freedoms and way of life.
After just a year and a half, it is virtually impossible by any measure to see the regime of Barack Obama as anything other than a failure. Elected on lofty rhetoric espousing the nebulous agenda of change, hope, prosperity and unity, his first, only, and hopefully truncated term in office has turned into a cold, clammy, national nightmare.
Ever since Bill Clinton first tried to force the military to allow openly-gay service, many gays and their advocates have argued that they simply want to serve their country; that the issue isn’t about their sexuality, choice of lifestyle or sex, but fundamental fairness.
“It has been urged and echoed, that the power ‘to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts, and excises, to pay the debts, and provide for the common defense and general welfare of the United States,’ amounts to an unlimited commission to exercise every power which may be alleged to be necessary for the common defense or general welfare. No stronger proof could be given of the distress under which these writers labor for objections, than their stooping to such a misconstruction. “ - James Madison, Federalist No. 41 - General View of the Powers Conferred by The Constitution.
If recently published reports are true, and I have no reason to doubt they are, then the judgment, reputation and credibility of many a journalist and politician have been irrevocably destroyed along with the myths planted by Barack Obama, who apparently has a great deal of explaining to do about who he is, where he came from and why he’s using another person’s Social Security number.
Presidential Spokesgullet Robert Gibbs said last week that the near-miss in Times Square did not represent a “systemic failure”, but I would argue that the government’s response was indeed just that. I would even go a step further. I would argue that the government’s failure to actually stop Shahzad’s attempt to detonate a Vehicle-Borne-IED in Times Square also exemplifies just how dangerous the entire Progressive approach to terrorism is. Let’s not forget, this incident did not occur in a vacuum.
The Tea Party Movement has known for a long time that coverage of their protests has held a decidedly liberal bias. That biased coverage is a damning indictment of the editors and publishers of mainstream media programming and publications who cannot be trusted to deliver anything close to the truth and who often manufacture the news with the goal of influencing public opinion, rather than fact-finding.
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