It saddens my heart to know that America, as a nation, no longer stands with Israel.
To the Editor: I watch, listen and see the sitting president of America expressing his clearly apparent antisemitism in many and diverse ways. It saddens my heart to know that America, as a nation, no longer stands with Israel. Leastwise the resident on Pennsylvania Avenue doesn’t. He never did I don’t believe, he just acted […]
Mark my words, the alternatives to Assad are the Terrorists.
We are wasting millions of dollars and, more importantly, precious lives, in a worthless cause in the fight for Afghanistan.
Obama continues to downplay the horrendous events, because they reflect poorly on his foreign affairs policies. Obama also justifies his failed domestic policies claiming he needs more time.
An expanse of biblical land was given in good faith only to be broken by Egyptian terrorists.
In the troubled days that lie ahead with embassy walls burning and explosives firing, it is without a doubt U.S. Marines’ uncommon valor will be ever resolute.
If Romney were truly a man of character, his statements should reflect the need to put aside political differences and show those that wish us harm, that we a strong and fearless people. But you will never hear such lofty ideals from this candidate.
Obama started his own war in Libya without authorization which has now exposed his incompetence as Commander-in-Chief which leaves him without excuses.
I wonder how many of the people you see protesting, that vehemently hate us, are benefiting from the billions of U.S. dollars sent to their countries?
Various media seemed say something to the effect that the action is regrettable, but freedom of speech is protected. Would these same people say that yelling “fire” in a crowded theater was also protected by freedom of speech?