Archive | July 12, 2013

Mercy for Mursi? Obama wants Muslim Brother freed

Anti-Mursi protesters in Egypt have been accusing Barack Obama and U.S. Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson of supporting terrorists there. Despite these protesters having plenty of facts on their side, Obama insisted this week that his administration was not taking sides. That is, until today, when the State Department spokesman called on Egypt’s military to […]

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Is Egypt, Mursi open to ICC Prosecution over Benghazi?

By Bob Michael Recently, I wrote a piece on the murder of our American compatriots and Ambassador in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012. In that writing I asserted that American government persons were guilty as principals in those murders. At the time of the writing the on-scene co-principals of our government were not known […]

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Zimmerman, Egypt, and behavioral patterns

Eric Holder’s fingerprints may be on a smoking gun in the Zimmerman case. That smoking gun implicates the Department of Justice (DOJ) in a conspiracy to rub raw the sores of racial discontent against George Zimmerman in Sanford, FL. The irony is that the evidence implicating Holder’s DOJ may be stronger than the evidence implicating […]

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Rohrabacher cites Shoebat’s work on Benghazi in Hearing

At a House Foreign Affairs Joint Subcommittee hearing into the Benghazi attacks this week, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) introduced our report into the Congressional record. Upon doing so, Rohrabacher made the findings of our report the central focus of his exchange with witnesses. The witness list included Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Director of the Center for the […]

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