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We MUST return the bible to our schools or continue to fail. The liberal mindset only offers opinions....these are facts!
The article is Impregnating America With Muslims, I wish all Americans would read this. Muslims know Violence on a scale most could never Fathom. And soon they will bring there brand of Violence to your neighborhood. They are parasites that live to destroy cultures around the world, So this article reminds us why the must leave and take there sheep with them!!.
The article is Impregnating America With Muslims, I wish all Americans would read this. Muslims know Violence on a scale most could never Fathom. And soon they will bring there brand of Violence to your neighborhood. They are parasites that live to destroy cultures around the world, So this article reminds us why the must leave and take there sheep with them!!. http://www.newswithviews.com/wooldridge/...
“I want to be clear: the American forces that have been deployed to Iraq do not and will not have a combat mission.”
That’s what President Obama told troops at an Air Force base in Florida this past September after he had ordered U.S. military “advisers” back into Iraq. It was one of several times that Obama publicly declared that his “no boots on the ground” policy in the country besieged by ISIS would definitely keep American forces from being involved in combat there.
Despite some of his top military commanders suggesting that U.S. military personnel might have to resume fighting in Iraq, the president was adamant, pledging repeatedly that the thousands of “advisers, trainers and security personnel” he ordered to Iraq would not become involved in the shooting.
Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/breakin...
Some say the definition of insanity is continuing to do the same thing and expect different results. So with that being said, some are applauding President Obama’s unilateral change in policy towards Cuba — by way of opening up diplomatic relations.
Now, we can debate the pros and cons, but the underlying problem I have with all of this is why was this not discussed openly?
Why was it that once again we surrendered three Cuban spies with blood on their hands? Yes, we’re all happy Alan Gross is home. But we’re seeing a repeat of the SGT Bowe Bergdahl swap for five senior Taliban leaders. We seem to be operating from a position of appeasement, acquiescence, and weakness — not of strength. And what message does this send? Shall we now fear that Americans will be regularly kidnapped in order to be used as negotiating chips for the release of nefarious criminals being held here in America?
And one thing I need to say up front. Folks keeps saying Pope Francis approved of the policy change. Well, U.S. foreign relations and national security are not subservient to the whims and desires of the Vatican and the Pontiff. I appreciate his perspective, but his input shouldn’t be considered a seal of approval or provide cover for the Obama administration. Anyway, where are those folks who always complain about the separation of church and state??
I propose we settle the "Palestinians" on Mars. We build a few shuttles with defective O Rings and place Hamas and Fatah on board. Does anyone second the motion?
Updated PA resolution to the Security Council sets 12-month deadline for talks, calls for Israeli withdrawal from Judea and Samaria by 2017.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) is giving Israel another year to withdraw from Judea and Samaria than originally reported, according to the updated text of the draft resolution the PA submitted to the United Nations (UN) on Wednesday.
The text, seen by AFP, calls for Israel to “end the occupation” - that is, to withdraw from Judea and Samaria - by 2017, instead of 2016 in the original text that was published back in October.
The draft resolution would set a 12-month deadline for wrapping up negotiations on a final settlement and the end of 2017 as the time frame for completing an Israeli withdrawal from Judea and Samaria.
The resolution calls for a "just, lasting and comprehensive peace solution that brings an end to the Israeli occupation" and "fulfills the vision" of a Palestinian state with Jerusalem as the shared capital, according to excerpts quoted by AFP.
The final settlement should be reached no later than 12 months after the adoption of the resolution, the text says.
The measure also provides for a phased Israeli withdrawal from Judea and Samaria according to a timeframe "not to exceed the end of 2017", a provision that is likely to run into opposition from the United States.
While the United States has yet to officially announce whether it will veto the resolution at the Security Council, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with PA chief negotiator Saeb Erekat in London on Tuesday, where he reportedly promised to veto the resolution.
On Wednesday, Kerry said Washington would not have a problem with the PA’s resolution, but only if it avoids exacerbating tensions in the region.
"We don't have any problem with them filing some resolution, providing it's done in the spirit of working with people to see how we could proceed forward in a thoughtful way that solves the problem, doesn't make it worse," Kerry told reporters, according to AFP.
He acknowledged, however, that he had yet to examine the updated text of the draft resolution.
The PA’s envoy to the UN, Riyad Mansour, told reporters earlier Wednesday there could still be negotiations on the text.
Mansour thanked Arabs and European nations for their help with the draft resolution, which was submitted to the Security Council by Jordan, and indicated he would not press for a quick vote on the text, to allow for more discussion.
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