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May 21, 2013

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DRAGGING OUT BENGHAZI Enough of Benghazi already. Like every other American, I was heartbroken and angry at the deaths of four fellow Americans. It was a tragedy. However, this continues to drag on, and it is nothing more than an attempt to discredit Hillary Clinton and the president, and even worse, to get absolutely nothing […]

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May 11, 2013

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PREVENTING BOMBINGS AND KIDNAPPINGS The twin tragedies of the Boston bombings and Cleveland kidnappings reveal a need for those close to would-be perpetrators to both care more and be more alert. Balancing the two isn’t always easy,  but in our society today we fail to get to know neighbors and people around us. In review […]

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May 1, 2013

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U.S. MUST WAIT TO REMOVE al-ASSAD As frustrating as it is, the United States must wait until a coalition of nations decide to intervene in Syria and remove President Bazhar al-Assad. Israel, France and England report that al-Assad has used chemical weapons and  sarin-gas in an attack at least once. More than other tools of […]