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Gunny G: Is What This Country Needs Right Now A David Crockett To Write Real Americans A Stirring Letter…?

December 15, 2012 3 comments

Gunny G: Is What This Country Needs Right Now Is A David Crockett To Write Real Americans  A Stirring  Letter…?

In the 1960 John Wayne movie, The Alamo, Duke Wayne plays the role of David Crockett.


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Just prior to the battle where they are besieged by General Santa Ana and his forces, Crockett receives a letter from Santa Ana.
At that time, morale is sagging and a certain amount of uncertainty and hesitation is growing. Crockett then decides to read the letter to his men.


Crockett : Talking about whose ox gets gored, figure this : fellow gets in the habit of goring oxes, whets his appetite. He may come up north next and gore yours ! Men, we’re in a little fix, sort of. The he-bull around here, general Santa Anna, he’s mad at us.
Beekeeper : Yeah ?
Crockett : He’s wrote us a letter. I can’t read it, it’s in Spanish, (winking at Flaca Smile but the young lady will.

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Articles: The Unknown Ayers and Obama Convergence…

December 15, 2012 6 comments

By Daren Jonescu

Like a master criminal irresistibly drawn to the scene of his crime, it appears that Bill AyersMarxist, terrorist, educator — was in attendance when Barack Obama cast his “historic” vote in the 2008 presidential election. Not only was he present, but he has reminisced about the experience with his unique brand of leftist lyricism, suggesting that the moment was deeply satisfying for him.

English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the...

English: Barack Obama delivers a speech at the University of Southern California (Video of the speech) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In April of 2010, Publisher’s Weekly (PW) featured an article on Ayers in its “Comics World” section, related to the publication of a graphic novelization of Ayers’ 1993 book, To Teach: The Journey of a Teacher. The article includes a short interview with Ayers, in which he discusses the process of developing the graphic novel with his partner, cartoonist Ryan Alexander-Tanner.

Towards the end of the article, the interviewer, John Seven, broaches the subject of Ayers’ sudden “notoriety” during the 2008 campaign, which happened to coincide with the period during which Ayers and Alexander-Tanner were working on their book.

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Confronting our spiritual bankruptcy… “What should we expect from a nation of men and women who for years and even generations have demanded and subsequently celebrated the successful eviction of God from our lives, our national institutions and country as a whole? All of this is the name of tolerance, of equality, of the perversity of…………”

December 15, 2012 1 comment

By Doug Hagmann Saturday, December 15, 2012


spiritual bankruptcy


The clamor that is about to dominate the next several news cycles will be the usual stable of pundits engaging in obligatory verbal hand-wringing over the unthinkable death of innocents in a small Connecticut town. Newtown was once a town where life was the imitation of a Norman Rockwell painting, and where any of those young children whose lives were shortened by unimaginable madness could have been the very faces depicted in the paintings by Rockwell himself.


Freedom of Speech from the Four Freedoms serie...

Freedom of Speech from the Four Freedoms series by Norman Rockwell (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Individually and collectively, we weep for our needless loss. The salty bitterness we taste from the tears that stream down our faces must serve to remind us that our tears originate from a much greater loss and a much deeper trouble that anyone before the camera or in front of a keyboard has the willingness to confront. No one, I suspect, will have the moral courage to address the real problem, or the intellectual honesty needed to rebuke the fallacious arguments that are about to occur between pundits who are, it appears, just made-over and better dressed carnival barkers for their own agendas.


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(Gunny G: What “The Folks” Are Saying About Hillary, Etc.–See reader Responses!) ~ State Department preparing for Libya bombshell?

December 15, 2012 1 comment


Susan Rice‘s abrupt withdrawal from consideration for secretary of state, coupled with suggestions from the State Department that Secretary Hillary Clinton may not testify as scheduled next week, has stirred speculation that something big is brewing in the Libya terror attack investigation.


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“You’re starting to see the State Department squirm a little bit,” Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said.


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For the better part of the last three months, an independent board has been conducting a review for the State Department of the Sept. 11 terror attack in Benghazi. In anticipation of the report’s conclusion, two congressional committees scheduled hearings for next week in which Clinton was set to testify.



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Hillary Stumbles, Suffers A Concussion, Won’t Testify

December 15, 2012 1 comment

Some might wonder if it was the cervesa or the stomach flu, but it looks like Hillary took a dive and is down for the count.

From The Department of State:

While suffering from a stomach virus, Secretary Clinton became dehydrated and fainted, sustaining a concussion. She has been recovering at home and will continue to be monitored regularly by her doctors.

At their recommendation, she will continue to work from home next week, staying in regular contact with Department and other officials. She is looking forward to being back in the office soon.


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Republican congressman questions delay in arrest of Menendez intern who is a registered sex offender

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Republican congressman questions delay in arrest of Menendez intern who is a registered sex offender

By The Associated Press

December 14, 2012 at 6:47 PM

The Associated Press reported earlier this week that the department ordered immigration agents not to arrest Sanchez, an unpaid intern working for Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., until after Election Day.


Chaffetz’s inquiry was the first from Capitol Hill on the matter. He called the situation “disturbing” in a letter dated Thursday to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. Chaffetz asked that officials brief him and his staff by Jan. 3 and provide answers in writing.

Authorities in Hudson County notified U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in early October that they suspected Sanchez was an illegal immigrant who was a registered sex offender and who may be eligible to be deported. ICE agents in New Jersey notified superiors at the Homeland Security Department because they considered it a potentially high profile arrest, and the department instructed them not to arrest Sanchez until after the November election, one U.S. official told the AP. ICE officials complained that the delay was inappropriate, but the department directed them several times not to act, the official said.

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