Category Archives: Middle East

Where Do We Start?

Over the past week, the number of protests has been staggering, the obstructionism by the Senate has been frustrating, and the rulings by the Ninth Circuit Court has been puzzling as well as being as far removed from all common … Continue reading

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The Barbary Pirates

While working on the previous post, I ran across this article from P2T2 Solutions that explains a bit further on the situation with the Barbary Pirates of old, and the similarities of what is happening today.  Enjoy. Most Americans are … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned?

This past week, POTUS stated that “Islam has been woven into the fabric of our country since its founding.”  Strangely enough, he was correct, although probably not in the way that he intended. The following are excerpts from the article … Continue reading

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The Syrian “Crisis”

Friends, the only thing that is a crisis about Syria is that innocent people are being caught in the middle of a civil war and and being killed.  That, in of itself, is tragic. Situations like this are also one … Continue reading

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I Have a Nightmare

This is going to be a post with several parts.  Sit back with your favorite beverage and sip between the lines – to do otherwise could present a choking hazard. This past week marked the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin … Continue reading

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