Tag Archives: Mitt Romney

Speculations About the Cause of Benghazi Attack

  Right from the onset of terror at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 there seemed to be much ado about semantics rather than tragedy. From the beginning, this linguistic back-story never made sense.   On … Continue reading

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It’s the Demography, Stupid

  Twenty years ago, during the 1992 U.S. presidential election, James Carville, a strategist for former President Bill Clinton, coined the seminal campaign phrase “it’s the economy, stupid” to remind voters of the primary issue facing voters in that election. … Continue reading

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Similarities between USA and ISRAEL

  Both are immigrant nations. Both were built by white settlers who carried out ethnic cleansing. Both glorify their huge achievements while keeping quiet about the darker sides of their past. The elections in both countries illuminate another similarity: the ever-growing … Continue reading

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Zionist Lobby in US Takes a Hit in Latest National Election

  Political Intelligence Analysis Report One little-noted but important result of the November election in the US that returned President Barack Obama to the White House for another four years is that the right-wing Israeli government and the Zionist lobbying … Continue reading

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Muslim impact on 2012 elections

  Political Intelligence Study   In America, the countdown has begun. And the country, in sharp free fall, finds herself with no savior in sight. True, presidential contender after presidential contender are fighting to grab the leadership, yet none of … Continue reading

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Social Media’s Impact on Election 2012

  Report   Election night 2012 made history.   No, not because of any one candidate. or issue. But because of social media.   “If you were looking at twitter in real time at the feed if you had the … Continue reading

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U.S. Losing Global Leadership

  Point Of View Experts all over the world are making guesses about who will become the next US president as both Democrat Obama and Republican Romney have almost equal chances to win. What is especially important about it is … Continue reading

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Syrian Rebels Burn Down a Marijuana Field on Facebook

  Social Media Intelligence Report A video, posted on Monday to Facebook, of one of Syria’s stronger rebel factions setting a marijuana field ablaze. The incineration of the weed underscores a basic problem for the U.S.’s approach to Syria’s bloody … Continue reading

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Rebel Arms Flow Is Said to Benefit Jihadists in Syria

  Intelligence Report   Most of the arms shipped at the behest of Saudi Arabia and Qatar to supply Syrian rebel groups fighting the government of Bashar al-Assad are going to hard-line Islamic jihadists, and not the more secular opposition … Continue reading

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How is Obama’s new program for young illegal immigrants working?

  When Jessica Lopez’s mother brought her to the United States illegally from Colombia, she was 6. She grew up in East Boston, constantly reminded that she had to hide her background.   Now 19, her future is anything but … Continue reading

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