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  • Phoenix Moms Demand Action Event Crashed by Second Amendment Supporters

    09/16/2015 10:57:42 AM PDT · by marktwain · 9 replies
    Ammoland ^ | 14 September, 2015 | Dean Weingarten
    Thursday, September 10th, the Moms Demand Action organization, held a rally in Phoenix.  A little over 20 people showed up.  At least three people present were Second Amendment supporters. Two of the Second Amendment supporters carried large signs that made the rally appear to be in support of the Second Amendment. Dr. Peter Steinmetz was one of the Second Amendment supporters that was present.  He reports: One of the leaders initially asked us “respectfully, to please go across the street and demonstrate there”. I noted that this appeared to be a public street and that we were there to support...
  • BREAKING: O’Keefe Releases Video of O-Care Navigator Conspiring to Release Private Data (Video)

    11/20/2013 5:11:43 PM PST · by servo1969 · 145 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 11-20-2013 | Jim Hoft
    Oh my gosh — This is really bad— James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released video tonight showing an Obamacare navigator conspiring to release private data for political purposes. Busted! Do you know where your personal data is going? After meeting with several Obamacare Navigators who openly encouraged our undercover reporters to lie about income status, health history and more, it became clear that personal data was also being “cross-pollinated.” Enter Enroll America, a Sebelius-linked group dedicated to signing people up for Obamacare and Chris Tarango, Texas Enroll America Communications Director who Project Veritas caught on tape agreeing to help obtain a...
  • Picture: Same woman appears as a grieving Sandy Hook Parent and as James Holmes' attorney

    04/08/2013 2:19:28 PM PDT · by Nachum · 29 replies
    Twing.com ^ | 4/8/13 | Nachum
    At the link an image which might suggest that the Attorney for mass muderer James Holmes was also one of the grieving parents of Sandy Hook. Third image places her with her husband as a 'crisis actor" with her husband. Last name "Sexton".
  • Power Company Does ‘Whatever It Takes’ For Military Employees

    09/05/2008 6:10:35 PM PDT · by SandRat · 7 replies · 254+ views
    WASHINGTON, Sept. 5, 2008 – Dominion Resources has a simple philosophy when it comes to supporting its employees who serve part-time in the military: “Whatever it takes, for as long as it takes.” That philosophy has led to a companywide culture of support for the military and also earned Dominion the 2008 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award. Dominion, with headquarters in Richmond, Va., is one of 15 companies receiving the award, which recognizes employers who provide exceptional support to employees serving in the National Guard or Reserve. Dominion has many programs to support its employees who are...
  • Whatever it takes [to win], I will do.’”

    06/06/2006 10:18:59 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 60+ views
    FlashReport ^ | 6/6/06 | Karen Hanretty
    “What would you do for a Klondike Bar?” You know the jingle. Sing along. “What would you do for a Klondike Bar?” Perhaps the mere thought of the rich, creamy vanilla ice cream covered in a thin layer of chocolate makes you admit, “Anything! I’ll do whatever it takes for a Klondike Bar.” Mmmmm….. Klondike Bar. How about this for a jingle, “What would you do to win re-election?” It’s not quite as catchy, but sing along with me regardless. “What would you do to win re-election?” This must be the jingle that Gov. Schwarzenegger had going through his head...
  • Name that rocket. (Military experts please)

    12/23/2004 6:19:28 AM PST · by ChadGore · 35 replies · 1,268+ views
  • Do What it Takes in Iraq

    08/26/2003 3:06:57 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 3 replies · 105+ views
    Project for the New American Century (Weekly Standard) ^ | 9-01-2003 | Robert Kagan and William Kristol
    NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER Condoleezza Rice gave an important speech a couple of weeks ago, in which she called on the United States to make a "generational commitment" to bringing political and economic reform to the long-neglected Middle East--a commitment not unlike that which we made to rebuild Europe after the Second World War. It was a stirring speech, made all the more potent by the knowledge that it reflects the president's own vision. President Bush recognizes that, as is so often the case, American ideals and American interests converge in such a project, that a more democratic Middle East will...
  • Colin Powell: 'As Long as It Takes'

    09/18/2003 9:04:21 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 9 replies · 143+ views
    Opinion Journal ^ | 09/19/03 | COLIN POWELL
    <p>I have just returned from Iraq. What I saw there convinced me, more than ever, that our liberation of Iraq was in the best interests of the Iraqi people, the American people and the world.</p> <p>The Iraq I saw was a society on the move, a vibrant land with a hardy people experiencing the first heady taste of freedom. Iraq has come a long way since the dawn of this year, when Saddam Hussein was holding his people in poverty, ignorance and fear while filling mass graves with his opponents. The Iraqi regime was still squandering Iraq's treasure on deadly weapons programs, in defiance of 12 years of United Nations Security Council resolutions. While children died, Saddam was lavishing money on palaces and perks, for himself and his cronies.</p>
  • Thomas: U.S. Must Do Whatever It Takes To Win War On Terror

    09/18/2003 11:50:43 AM PDT · by Ex-Dem · 5 replies · 111+ views
    Dodge City Daily Globe ^ | September 18, 2003 | Cal Thomas
    Hours before President Bush's speech Sunday night (Sept. 7), the top U.S. commander in Iraq summed up in a single sentence the importance of creating a free and democratic Iraq. Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez said, "The only way we will fail in this country is if we decide to walk away in Iraq and fight the next battle in the war on terrorism in America." That stark assessment was echoed by the President in his national address. George Bush demonstrated the kind of resolve that is necessary to prevail in Iraq and against the terrorism that is worldwide when he...
  • A must-win war

    09/10/2003 10:45:35 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 3 replies · 155+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Thursday, September 11, 2003 | Mona Charen
    <p>In the two years since last September 11, 2001, the war against terror has often been compared with the Cold War. As with all historical analogies, this one is only partially applicable.</p> <p>The Cold War was a battle of ideas competing for world dominance. On every continent, communist and democratic states vied for the hearts and minds of the people &#8212; with each new country seized by the communists becoming for a time the stage upon which the drama of communism vs. freedom was played out for a world audience.</p>
  • War on Terror Requires Commitment and Money, Rumsfeld Says

    09/10/2003 11:49:16 AM PDT · by onehipdad · 136+ views
    Armed Forces Press Service ^ | September 8, 2003 | Jim Garamone
    SHANNON, Ireland, Sept. 8, 2003 – At the heart of President Bush's speech to the country Sunday night is the idea that the war on terrorism is a war, and the United States must remain on the offensive, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Sept. 8. He spoke to reporters aboard his plane Monday as he returned from a trip to Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait. "We cannot defend every single place all the time," Rumsfeld said. "You have to try to defend, but you must reach out and go after the terrorists and … find them where they are, and...
  • Why $87 billion fight in Iraq is worth every cent

    09/09/2003 1:43:11 PM PDT · by knighthawk · 24 replies · 164+ views
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | September 10 2003
    With the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks only two days away, it is natural that the United States reflects on the outrages that so transformed the country, and on our response to them. President Bush, in a somber yet resolved televised address Sunday, revisited the reasons for our soldiers being in Iraq and sketched out the future of a conflict that is a source of concern for most Americans. "Two years ago, I told the Congress and the country that the war on terror would be a lengthy war, a different kind of war, fought on many fronts...
  • Whatever it takes

    09/08/2003 10:22:12 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 102+ views
    TownHall.com ^ | Tuesday, September 9, 2003 | by Cal Thomas
    Hours before President Bush's speech Sunday night (Sept. 7), the top U.S. commander in Iraq summed up in a single sentence the importance of creating a free and democratic Iraq. Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez said, "The only way we will fail in this country is if we decide to walk away in Iraq and fight the next battle in the war on terrorism in America." That stark assessment was echoed by the president in his national address. George Bush demonstrated the kind of resolve that is necessary to prevail in Iraq and against the terrorism that is worldwide when he...
  • Bush Vows to Spend What Is Necessary to Win War

    09/07/2003 3:48:26 PM PDT · by Dog · 64 replies · 284+ views
    Reuters ^ | Sept 7,2003
    Bush Vows to Spend What Is Necessary to Win War Sun September 7, 2003 06:17 PM ET WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush will say in a speech to the nation on Sunday night that crushing a guerrilla campaign in Iraq will take time and require sacrifices, and he will vow to spend whatever is necessary for victory. According to speech excerpts released by the White House, Bush also will say members of the United Nations "now have an opportunity, and the responsibility, to assume a broader role in assuring that Iraq becomes a free and democratic nation." Bush, in a...
  • Can We Afford to Occupy Iraq?

    09/03/2003 10:43:24 AM PDT · by bc2 · 94 replies · 168+ views
    Texas Straight Talk ^ | September 1, 2003 | US Rep. Ron Paul
    Can We Afford to Occupy Iraq? The recent bombing of the UN headquarters in Iraq has refocused the world’s attention on the dangerous situation in that nation. The Bush administration is now softening its position against UN involvement, and is considering the use of UN military forces to serve as an international peacekeeping coalition in Iraq. We should not expect any international coalition to help us pay the bills for occupying Iraq, however. American taxpayers alone will bear the tremendous financial burden of nation building in Iraq. We are already spending about 5 billion dollars in Iraq every month, a...