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President Obama Awards Himself Distinguished Public Service Medal

Warner Todd Huston, On Wednesday, President Obama added another prestigious medal to his Nobel Prize collection when he had Defense Secretary Ash Carter award him with the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service. Secretary Carter awarded his boss with the medal on January 4 during the Armed Forces Full Honor Farewell Review for the

Top Attorney Drafts Impeachment Papers for Barack Obama

Many of us have been calling for the impeachment of President Obama for quite awhile now.  There are ample reasons for which he could be impeached, from his anti-gun agenda or Benghazi, to the undeclared wars, gun-running and drone strikes in Libya, Syria and Yemen. The House of Representatives are ready to impeach, and already

DHS Just Can’t Get it Together: Suzanne Barr Resigns

Department of Homeland Security ICE Chief of Staff Suzanne Barr’s resignation Saturday amid allegations of lewd and overtly sexual conduct towards male personnel couldn’t have come at a worse time for DHS, the agency that’s already been receiving more than its fair share of attention concerning the numerous cataloged defective crimes of their employees. Barr,

China’s Trojan Horse: Cruise Ship Converted to Transport Military Troops, Tanks, & Equipment

The Intel Hub CHINA — A cruise ship has been transformed into ominous modern day Trojan Horse, ready to fully invade by way of stealth. What are the Chinese up to? Wired reports; The media freaked out about China’s crappy aircraft carrier and hyperventilated over the J-20 stealth fighter. But China’s newest addition to its

Alert: DHS Rounding up Veterans, Throwing them in Mental institutions

Veterans are being targeted in aftermath of Homeland Security smear campaign The lawyer who helped secure the release of Brendon Raub, a former Marine forcibly incarcerated in a psychiatric ward by authorities in Virginia for political posts on Facebook, told the Alex Jones Show today that there are currently a further 20 cases in his

S&P 500 Erases Loss as Fed Minutes Show Stimulus Support

The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index erased earlier losses as minutes from the Federal Reserve’s last meeting showed many policy makers favored more stimulus soon.   Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott LLC, talks about the outlook for the U.S. equity markets and the effects of central bank policy. He speaks with

Democratic convention adds speakers

Democratic convention adds speakers

Prominent Democrats were added to the speakers list for the upcoming Democratic National Convention Monday, two weeks before the gathering convenes in Charlotte. Added Monday were Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who served as President Barack Obama’s chief of staff for the first two years of his presidency; Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, who won the

U.S. drone kills 5 militants in northern Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (AP) — A missile launched from a U.S. drone struck a suspected militant hideout in a tribal region in northern Pakistan where allies of a powerful warlord were gathered Saturday, killing five of his supporters, Pakistani officials said. The strike in North Waziristan against allies of Hafiz Gul Bahadur, a militant commander whose forces

Focus on Clinton’s Mistakes, Not Abedin

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  Huma Abedin, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, has been in the news recently as her husband, the disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, tries to worm his way back into the public eye. Weiner paraded Abedin and their six-month-old infant before the cameras of People magazine this week as part of

President Obama the online underdog

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  President Barack Obama steps onto the campaign stage brimming with confidence and delivers the kind of rousing speeches made for TV ad sound bites. But that confident image disappears when the Obama campaign speaks to voters by email, sending messages that sound a lot more like they’re from a desperate underdog than an incumbent