I love this quote and I needed to be reminded. It is amazing how it is not “wrong” for the good old USA to perform provocative espionage but we surely don’t want it done to us. Seems to be a double standard. What else is new?
Nations spy on each other. Democrat operatives need to get over it – or perhaps, just set aside the roach and revive their collective memories. After all, it was just two years ago that President Obama sent his 2012 campaign field director, Jeremy Bird, and four other political operatives to Israel, with orders to help defeat Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu in his March 2015 re-election effort.
That was direct, overt, U.S. government interference in the election of a U.S. ally. But because it was Obama and Netanyahu, Democrats just didn’t get steamed.
Source: Front Page
Something Weird is Going On with Donald Trump’s Inauguration!
The National Review reviewed the scandals of the past 8 years in government and found much to ponder and mourn.
We are not talking the Bill Clinton-type issues. These are actually more serious. More issues yes, but in different arenas than Clinton scandal.
Not only was the Obama administration marked by scandal of the most serious sort — perverting the machinery of the state for political ends — it was on that front, which is the most important one, the most scandal-scarred administration in modern presidential history. More
Immigration is a real problem, but you can’t question the realities or issues created by it in a PC world.
The San Bernardino shooters were already plotting a mass-murder attack on the United States before Tafsheen Malik received the K-1 visa admitting her to the United States. Her husband-to-be, Syed Farook, was born a U.S. citizen. Yet his family’s immigration history should also raise searching questions about the process by which would-be Americans are selected.
It’s not clear who exactly provided the first link in the chain of migration that brought the Farook clan to California and ultimately enabled the entry of Tashfeen Malik from Pakistan. That same chain, incidentally, also enabled the migration of Syed Farook’s brother, also named Syed.