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Special Operations PAC demands freeze on plan to relocate migrants throughout U.S.

Obama stand

Special to Acting in the wake of the Islamic terrorist attacks throughout Paris, Special Operations Speaks (SOS) and its 150,000 petition signers today renewed its call for Congress to demand that the State Department freeze the Obama refugee relocation […]

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Gowdy to Hillary: You are just one of ‘half a hundred’ witnesses on Benghazi

Rep. Trey Gowdy

Special to The chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi said the panel is not on a political witch hunt against Hillary Clinton but is determined to get to the truth of what happened when four Americans were […]

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Sayonara pro-U.S. conservative Stephen Harper; Canadian friend Ken Taylor, RIP

Ken Taylor, Canada’s ambassador to Iran who hid Americans in his residence during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis, has died at 81.

Special to By Sol W. Sanders This column was written on Oct. 17. On Oct. 19, Justin Trudeau and the Liberals swept to power in Canada’s elections and Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced his resignation from the Conservatives. Americans […]

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Hillary defense of failed war in Libya went unchallenged at debate

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.  /Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Special to “Smart power at its best.” That’s what Clinton calls the failed U.S. intervention she led that has turned into an enormous catastrophe for the people of Libya. “Gov. Webb has said that he would never have used […]

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The Trump ‘chaos’: America needs hope and change now more than ever


Special to By Sheda Vasseghi What does chaos theory have to do with Donald Trump and are both just what America needs at this moment in history? In his Sept. 29, 2015, article, Mark Leibovich of The New York […]

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Handshake with Obama generates uproar back in Iran

U.S. President Barack Obama meets Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at the UN on Sept. 28.

Special to The “handshake with the enemy” has created a storm of controversy in Iran’s parliament. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif shook hands with U.S. President Barack Obama on Sept. 28 at United Nations headquarters in New York, […]

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Xi Jinping regime fires back at Hillary Clinton’s ‘China-bashing’ tweet

Then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets China's then Vice-President Xi Jinping in Beijing on May 3, 2012.

Special to Xi Jinping’s Chinese Communist Party regime did not care for a tweet by Democrat front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton. Clinton, seeking her party’s 2016 presidential nomination, tweeted on Sept. 27: “Xi hosting a meeting on women’s rights at […]

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What a good nuclear agreement with Iran would look like

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif.

Special to By Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. and Fred Fleitz Even though the nuclear agreement with Iran has cleared a controversial congressional review process, the Obama administration and its supporters continue to argue that the only alternative to the […]

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WORLD MATTERS: Flood of Refugees exposes America’s fatal flaw: Impatience and democracy

Boat People

Special to By Uwe Siemon-Netto The flood of Middle Eastern refugees into Europe exposes a fatal flaw of the current democratic system in the United States. The defect is the innate inability of the fast-paced American system to bring […]

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Iran claims U.S. had no option to concluding nuclear agreement

Iran foreign ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham

Special to The United States “was forced into negotiating” the nuclear deal with Iran because of the “failure of the U.S. policy of sanctions and threats,” Iran’s foreign ministry said on Sept. 11. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham also […]

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