Disturbing Interview About Chemical Attacks

May 8, 2010

Check out this interview with Maj. General (ret) Paul Vallely about some ominous developments in the Middle East.

Beyond wining and dining Iran's Foreign Minister, let's hope the powers-that-be in Washington DC are paying attention, as it's only a matter of time....

[Posted by R.S.]

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So Did Ya Hear The One About...

April 26, 2010

We've received several emails expressing outrage over National Security Advisor General Jim Jones' recent attempt to inject some humor into a not-so-funny subject (i.e., our problems in Afghanistan and the Middle East).

And while Jones' joke was funny, indeed, about as funny as, say, a joke about the Prophet Mohammed preaching tolerance, or a black "merchant" trying to sell a Taliban warrior a watermelon, the General and the rest of us would all be better served if he focused his attention on his day job and more important things like, Iran becoming a nuclear power, rather than trying his hand at stand-up comedy. See Jones video below.

Say what you will about the current Administration, but uniters they're not.

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Dangerous Idiot Alert!

April 23, 2010

 The U.S. Department of the Army has just issued an RFI (Request for Information) on "Afghanistan National Army Air Corps English and Pilot Training" (see RFI here).

"The Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training & Instrumentation (PEO STRI) is conducting market research by seeking sources with innovative business solutions to (1) train and certify up to 67 Afghani student pilots to an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) English level 4 in the English language; and (2) provide basic rotary wing or fixed wing Commercial Pilot Training to the European Joint Aviation Authority (JAA) standards."

Oookay, except here's the thing: "It is desired that the English language and basic pilot training take place within South West Asia. PEO STRI requests information on sources available to perform training in Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, U.A.E, Uzbekistan, Yemen or other locations in Southwest Asia with the capability to provide requested training." [emphasis added]

So our government wants to train 67 Afghani student pilots in places like Hezbollah-Land (Lebanon); terrorist-sponsoring Syria; coup-challenged Kyrgyzstan; terrorist-infested Yemen; or Wahhabi Central (Saudi Arabia), home of those "brave" 15 pilots who visited us on 9/11?

H-E-L-L-O, is anyone awake down there in Washington DC?!

[Posted by R.S.]

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Quote of the Day

April 20, 2010

"What that basically means is that we are living inside the margin of error."

James Carafano of The Heritage Foundation, in a FOX News interview re DoD's assessment that Iran could develop a missile capable of reaching the U.S. by 2015, and last week's testimony ("crowing") before the House Armed Services Committee, by a senior defense administration official who said that we're going to have a missile defense system -- covering all of Europe and protection for the U.S. -- by 2018.

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Sleeping With The Enemy

March 28, 2010

In case anyone missed this other tidbit of news (see below), read it along with yesterday's posting (entitled "Thug-In-Chief") and weep.

NEWS FLASH: 'Tisn't productive to hold oneself out as "the most powerful Jewish lobby in Washington" and at the same time, collaborate with (covertly or overtly) Jew-haters in Washington DC. There comes a time when even the best-intentioned of organizations - and its supporters - need to stop straddling the fence and publicly take a position.

Check out Former Obama Aide New Head of AIPAC: Lee "Rosy Rosenberg," who accompanied Obama to Israel during his campaign, takes over on Sunday as the new president of AIPAC.

[Posted by R.S.]

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