Category Archives: foreign policy

Propaganda war: Russia offers alternate takes to what brought down MH17


The truth will not stop Russia from telling their own story of the MH17 crash, his video from CNN:

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Political cartoons from the first week of June


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Senate Panel: Benghazi Consulate ‘Attack Could Have Been Prevented’


Intelligence committee releases report investigating attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya. Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Breaking News from ABC | ABC Sports News

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America, are you ready for another war?


With the use of chemical weapons in Syria, the President is calling upon the military to send a message to the world. If you are stupid enough to use chemical weapons on unarmed men, women and children then the world should step in. The lessons learned from World War two […]

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Mitt Romney Delivers Major Foreign Policy Speech


After a stellar performance at the debate, although he lied or flipped flopped mostly, Mitt Romney take his turn at foreign policy. Romney’s first foreign policy introduction came when he visited London for the Olympic games…that didn’t go too well. But, this is the new Mitt Romney. Let’s see if […]

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Netanyahu: World Must Draw “red Line” for Iran


Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu laid down the business when speaking to the UN Thursday. He requested the international community to adopt a red line on Iran before they make a nuclear weapon. The Obama Administration and the Israeli Prime Minister are on the same page, but are alittle off […]

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Panetta: U.S. consulate attack was terrorism


Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and the Obama Administration finally has admitted to attack in Libya as a terrorist attack. The world concluded this was a terrorist attack because of the rocket propel grenades shot by the so-called protesters. Demonstrators don’t carry these type of weapons. The Obama Administration should admit […]

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Mexican President Felipe Calderon Speaks on U.S.-Mexico Relations


Mexican President Felipe Calderon made remarks and took questions Monday 24th of September at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington, DC. The discussion focused on recent development in Mexico, its relationship with the United States and the country’s role on the international stage. Hills & Company Chairman and CEO […]

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When the situation gets dirty…the Middle East


After the release of the film displaying the prophet Mohammad by a mysterious person, the whole region in the Middle-East goes on a riot. What reporters are learning about the people’s rage are the fact that they can’t believe the President doesn’t have power to stop the release of this […]

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Syria is trying to start a regional war


The Syrian government has crossed the line of no return, firing weapons into Turkey and Lebanon’s territory. This is a clear sign that President Bashar al-Assad is willing to do anything to stay in power, he has also put more pressure on the UN to find a way to stop […]

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Atty: Shooting suspect didn’t ‘snap’


The attorney for the soldier who killed 16 people in Afghanistan said his client “didn’t snap.” If he didn’t snap then what is the cause? Is the attorney saying the soldier did this on purpose. If so, then the worst of the worst should happen to this soldier. Such a […]

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Happy birthday Gitmo…10 years and counting


Today marks the 10 years anniversary of the U.S. Naval Base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba called Gitmo. This detainment center for terrorist has been called un-American, while other has called it a matter of national security. Bush started the program after 9/11 and Obama has promised to close the program […]

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Obama chooses to cut the military instead of cutting domestic programs


The Obama doctrine continues to reshape our thinking when it comes to our military. The Obama administration and the Pentagon has shown their hand in the game of military power. They plan to cut $500 billion from the military and reorganize the Pentagon. It’s been a long time coming. The […]

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Herman Cain would like to be Secretary of State, this man in really stupid


Who the heck does Herman Cain think he is, now he’s requesting if a Republican wins the presidency then he would like the job of Secretary of State. This is coming from the same man who said he doesn’t care about the names of foreign leaders or the name of […]

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Iran will be the number one problem for the United States of America in 2012


Iran will be the number one problem for the USA in 2012. If Obama can handle this situation with soft gloves, then he’ll show he is unbeatable in the 2012 elections when it comes to foreign policy. Iran can influence the progress in Iraq, cut the world’s oil supplies and […]

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