Today’s postings have been light, in large part, because we have a rather large fish on the proverbial line (that big story we’ve been talking about). In the meantime, just keep fighting. Awesome song by Ben Harper…
On today’s show… Did Huma Abedin “quietly” step down as Deputy Chief of Staff to Hillary Clinton in the same month that five Congressmen raised questions about her familial ties to the Muslim Brotherhood? New York Times says yes.
Well, another Muslim terrorist has been arrested. Apparently, however, because there hasn’t been a successful explosion resulting from his actions, Americans are not likely to care very much. Via Reuters (h/t GWP): U.S. officials charged an Uzbek citizen in Idaho with providing bomb-making knowledge and other support to an Islamist militant group, knowing that it [...]
By Ben Barrack Perhaps it’s time for David Petraeus to become a whistleblower. With each star awarded to a Military General, comes a greater responsibility to put the interest of his country above himself. In theory, the maximum amount of selflessness relative to a general’s deference to country is achieved with the fourth shoulder star, [...]
Andrew McCarthy has an interesting take on the New York Times article that headlines former Deputy Chief of Staff for Hillary Clinton – Huma Abedin. The Times piece headlines Abedin’s moonlighting as a consultant while still at the State Department. As McCarthy points out, the Times has no interest in Abedin’s work with the IMMA [...]
It would appear that John McCain, John Boehner, Marco Rubio, Ed Rollins, and a handful of other Republicans owe Rep. Michele Bachmann an apology for defending Hillary Clinton’s Deputy Chief of Staff last year after a letter sent by Bachmann and five other congressmen identified Abedin as having familial connections to the Muslim Brotherhood. Why [...]
When the Accountability Review Board (ARB), commissioned by then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, released its findings without interviewing Clinton or recording any of its interviews, the word ‘accountability’ in the Board’s name is more than just a little oxymoronic. Now, in a letter from House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa to the chairman of [...]