Archive | November 10, 2012

How Obama could lose the Media on Benghazi-gate in his second term

In Lyndon Johnson’s second term, it was his failures in Vietnam; Watergate broke in Richard Nixon’s first term but took him down after reelection; Iran-Contra dogged Ronald Reagan; Bill Clinton was impeached for perjury and obstruction of justice late in his second term; and George W. Bush’s second term was marred by failures in Iraq, […]

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Will a Sex Scandal cause the Mainstream Media to cover Benghazi?

Charles Krauthammer raises an interesting possibility relative to the media’s disinterest in Benghazi-gate; it’s a story that now includes a sex scandal. “(Benghazi) will unravel.” – Charles Krauthammer To Krauthammer’s point, the media was more interested in Anthony Weiner’s sexting scandal than in pursuing the disturbing familial connections his wife has to the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Lt. Col. Ralph Peters: Timing of Petraeus ‘Affair’ wreaks of Chicago-style politics

During an interview with Neil Cavuto, retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters chimed in on the timing of the news of CIA Director David Petraeus’ extra-marital affair. Citing his experience as an intelligence analyst, Peters seems to think that the Obama administration has likely known about this affair for some time but revealed it less than […]

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CAIR touts Muslim voter turnout in Tuesday’s election

Corey Saylor, spokesman for the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), is cheering the defeat of members who belong to what he calls the “anti-Muslim caucus”. Via Illume Magazine: Prior to the election, Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) identified eleven members of Congress who make repeated use of biased themes regarding Muslims. The anti-Muslim caucus […]

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