Senators and White House officials reveal Obama may get rid of Kerry and Hagel; Kerry ‘untethered from the White House’ like an astronaut.
Family Security Matters
On the front page of Sunday’s New York Times was a hysterical article charging the New York Police Department with trampling Muslim civil rights by trying to recruit Muslims who had been arrested on other charges to be informants. The headline screamed “New York Police Recruit Muslims as Informants on Terrorism” and proceeded to “expose” the “profiling of Muslims” by the NYPD to serve as potential informants from within their communities. Reporter Joseph Goldstein interviewed people who had been questioned by police and found the exercise “coercive.”
NYPD records show “that religion had become a normal topic of police inquiry in the city’s holding cells and lockup facilities,” the story said. Police reports noted which mosque a suspect attended or whether he “had made a pilgrimage to Mecca.” The story did not say why this is inherently problematic and how this differs from policing on everything from drug peddling to organized crime. But its appearance on Sunday’s front page — on the right column above the fold — tells readers that this is a big deal.
The article implied that Muslims were being singled out by law-enforcement officials because of their religion, and that they were asked invasive and improper questions about their religion.
Family Security Matters
The controversy ignited by the latest story emanating from the decaying carcass that is the New York Times and it’s writer, David Kirkpatrick, playing the amateur philologist on NBC’s “Meet the Press“, magnifies the ludicrousness of political discourse in the second decade of this twenty first century. In one of the most nauseating displays of familial fawning to date, David Gregory all but kissed Kirkpatrick for the dubious conclusions drawn from his investigation into the 2012 Benghazi attack.
The centerpiece of Kirkpatrick’s report is his conclusion about whether or not Ansar Al Sharia was in fact affiliated with or led by Al Qaida agents. He draws his conclusion, which conflicts with standing testimony and conclusions in DC, from “months of interviews conducted by the New York Times”. He also concluded that the attack itself, while conducted by a small disparate, unconnected militant group, was in fact launched in retaliation for the now famed YouTube video about Mohammed.
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ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, New York Times, Louisville Courier Journal, most Liberals and Obama don’t like her. She owns at least one gun and she doesn’t go out and play golf after saying I will not rest until this crisis is over.
And because she is not Obama. Is Sarah Palin going to run? Don’t know, but I would vote for her………………hell, I’d vote for Alan West or Rick Perry if they were running. Anybody but Obama.
Well almost anybody…………….
On January 25, 2008, before the Super Tuesday Presidential primary vote on February 5, 2008, the New York Times endorsed Senator John McCain for President.
Several days after the Super Tuesday vote, Republican candidate Mitt Romney withdrew from the race and John McCain was declared by the press as the presumptive Republican nominee for President.
On February 28, 2008, about the time Barack Obama began to overtake Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential primary, the New York Times published an article questioning McCain’s eligibility to be President according to the natural born citizen clause of Article II, Section I of the Constitution.
Needless to say, the Times story was immediately followed by numerous other news items questioning McCain’s eligibility.
Sound too conspiratorial to be true? Like the cover-up ops of spy novels? Well, it’s reality. And it is possibly the most bizarre, inhumane and abusive way that the White House is expanding its power over the American people.
It’s not an extremist belief or theory of the far right. It’s a fact that has been confirmed by The New York Times, The Washington Post and MSNBC and even documented by the far-left online magazine Salon.com.
And it’s the gravest nightmare of U.S. citizens and abandonment of our Constitution to date: a presidential assassination program in which U.S. citizens are in the literal scopes of the executive branch based upon nothing more than allegations of terrorism involvement as the branch defines it.
Breitbart’s BigJournalism: SOS – RED ALERT – New York Times About to Put American Troops in Deadly Peril
I have just received word that the New York Times is preparing to go public with a list of names of Americans covertly working in Afghanistan providing force protection for our troops, as well as the rest of our Coalition Forces. If theTimes actually sees this through, the red ink they are drowning in will be nothing compared to the blood their entire organization will be covered with. Make no mistake, the Times is about to cause casualty rates in Afghanistan to skyrocket. Each and every American should be outraged.
This piece, by thriller author and all-around plugged-in individual Brad Thor, is making its rounds around the Internet and has been since yesterday. Still, I wanted to do my part and spread the word.
Read the entire piece. What the New York Times is planning to do is absolutely unconscionable. It’s treasonous. And, in the midst of it all, the same people who had their proverbial panties in a twist after Valerie Plame was outed as a CIA agent (never mind that she had previously told kids in the neighborhood!) don’t seem to care that Americans will die because the Times will be outing a number of intelligence officials.
Read Thor’s piece. This one isn’t a Scot Harvath novel. This is real. Pass it along.