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As UN Ambassador, Samantha Power Represents Real Danger to US and Middle East

Samantha Power, President Barack Obama’s choice to fill the position of 28th US Ambassador to the United Nations, has built her reputation as a staunch and vocal advocate for “humanitarian intervention”, particularly where genocide is the likely result of non-intervention.

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Petraeus to Testify at Senate Hearings This Week

  Former CIA Director David Petraeus will voluntarily testify before congressional panels investigating the September terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Wednesday. The precise timing of Petraeus’s visit to Capitol Hill hasn’t been finalized, Feinstein said, though

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New Job Numbers Tell 1/2 the Story

There ’s good news and bad news.  The new job numbers are out, and on the face of it, things look like they are getting better. Unemployment, they say, is down from 9.0 to 8.6. That’s good, right? But wait

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Posted in Economy, US

Syria Gets Cruise Missiles from Russia

Even though tensions are at their highest within the embattled country, Russia has fulfilled the first part of its contract to supply supersonic missiles to Syria. Russia has delivered the first shipment of ‘Yakhont’ supersonic cruise missiles to Syria, despite

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