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New Red Flag with Benghazi Committee?

On today’s show… Do people who want the House Select Committee on Benghazi to get to the truth have something new to be concerned about? This week, it was announced that Lt. Gen. Dana K. Chipman (Ret) was named chief counsel to the Committee. This may be a great choice but there is a relationship […]

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Benghazi Select Committee Names Chief Counsel

The House Select Committee on Benghazi, led by Rep. Trey Gowdy has named Lt. Gen. Dana K. Chipman as chief counsel. Something that could potentially raise some eyebrows is the extent of Chipman’s relationship with Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey, a figure who has taken his share of heat over his role in the failure […]

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Is Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Aiding and Abetting the Enemy?

Lt. Col. Matthew Dooley – a highly decorated combat commander – was fired from his position by General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for teaching a course designed to educate soldiers about how to fight back against Islam and Jihad. In essence, Dooley was right on at least two very basic […]

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Defense Secretary Panetta: Obama and Hillary Absent during Benghazi attack

During the presidential primary campaign of 2008, a central debate issue was who was more qualified to answer that 3am phone call as president. Barack or Hillary? Based on Senate testimony given by Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta about the Benghazi attacks on 9/11, neither Barack nor Hillary is qualified. These are really fascinating admissions. […]

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Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff delivers very curious comment about Israel

It is important (and sometimes difficult) to remember that when military Generals say things that make them sound like dhimmis and the military they lead seem more interested in acquiescing to Islam, their boss is the President of the United States. Their public words reflect the policies of their Commander-in-Chief. Nonetheless, it is painful to […]

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