Monthly Archives: October, 2015

S.F. CHRONICLE HAILS NANCY PELOSI’S TYRANNICAL REIGN

So the senile old bat is getting recognition, but remember it’s from a liberal newspaper. On Oct. 16, Carolyn Lochhead, Washington correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle, published an article entitled: “Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)9%’s leadership style helps her avoid crises like GOP’s.”

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India, US and Japan hold naval exercises under China’s gaze

Saturday naval warships, aircraft carriers and submarines from the U.S., India and Japan steamed into the Bay of Bengal as they took part in joint military exercises off India’s east coast, signaling the growing strategic ties among the three countries as they face up to a rising China.

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U.S. Spent $200M on Egypt Election

The Obama Administration has spent $200 million on democracy building in the lead-up to the elections this week in Egypt. But the plan failed, as 65% of the vote went to Islamist candidates, it doesn’t appear the money was well spent.

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Tensions are heightened’: Germany struggles amid tide of Middle East refugees

Merkel, the stupid woman is still crying the blues over this refugee situation, she helped create…..are you Germans happy you voted for a woman? German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government faces a staggering challenge, with an estimated 800,000 refugees from Syria, Afghanistan and Eritrea expected to join by year’s end the half-million already there.

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Obama: US ready to negotiate with N. Korea on nukes if Pyongyang ‘serious’

Odummer is an idiot. Friday Obama said that the U.S. is ready to negotiate with longtime adversary North Korea as it has with Iran, but Pyongyang has to be serious about abandoning nuclear weapons. He was speaking after meeting with South Korean President Park Geun-hye, a close ally, who echoed the U.S. leader’s view.

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Netanyahu warns allies against ‘false symmetry’ on Israel unrest

I’d tell these western rulers to kiss off. The citizens of Israel have the right to defend themselves from these attacks. Whomever is trying to convince us that Paletinians are for peace, can take that thought and shove it, as actions speak for themselves.

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Handgun makers compete to supply Army with new handgun

Firearms manufacturers are competing for a rare chance to sell the U.S. Army a new handgun that would replace its current Cold War-era model, and they must meet a lengthy list of requirements to win the lucrative deal. It appears that the Army wants an easier-to-shoot handgun that can inflict more damage on enemies, and the contract will be worth up to $580 million. The winning gun-maker also gets a tacit stamp of approval that could attract sales from other military forces and boost its popularity in the civilian firearms market.

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Kidnapped ‘Chibok girl’ reportedly flees Boko Haram, says others alive

One of the hundreds of Christian schoolgirls kidnapped 18 months ago by Boko Haram reportedly made it out of the Nigerian terrorist group’s stronghold and told of her fellow captives’ ongoing misery, but a military official disputed the claim.

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It’s getting harder to sign uninsured up for health care

Well, did the sheeple finally wake up? It’s getting harder to sign up the uninsured for health coverage. It’s getting harder to sign up the uninsured for health coverage.

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Kerry planning Mideast visit as US faces pressure to calm violence in Israel

The Obama administration is under pressure to help calm the growing violence in Israel which has some warning of a third intifada, as Israel’s military steps up its response to deadly Palestinian attacks by deploying hundreds of troops.

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