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Brad Thor predicted this week's 'breaking news' on Bowe Bergdahl ransom months ago

As a best-selling novelist of political thrillers, Brad Thor is perhaps better plugged in to international events than most of our Congressmen. For example, news is breaking this week that the United States paid a ransom to a “con man” in exchange for alleged deserter Army Sgt. 378 more words

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Brad Thor: How crazy is Harry Reid? THIS crazy

The Senate Democrats will be the minority party starting in January, and Harry Reid is reportedly attempting to create a “special leadership post” for left-wing Massachusetts Senator and… 207 more words

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Well, Hello Brad!

Guys.  I totally Schruted it.  I am only three days into my new format and I already mixed up my days!  Of course I am the only one who noticed or cares but in any case, I will correct it next week.   546 more words

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Brad Thor has a powerful reminder for Dems seeking 'compromise'

Democrats must feel their power slipping away if they’re talking about “compromise.” Of course, they will undoubtedly remain uncompromising in the position that only the Republicans need to compromise. 250 more words

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Book Review: Brad Thor's Blacklist

Blacklist – i guess the credit surely must go to Brad or others who branded this name for similar purposes of addressing general population’s paranoia about being on a hit-list… 202 more words


Book Review: The Apostle by Brad Thor

All politicians have many secrets and in this Brad Thor thriller, his ‘special’ friend’s daughter is kidnapped and in afghanistan. Need I say more? From covert counterterrorism operations by the one and only Scot Harvath (in current parlance, i really wonder who may be the best suited to play such a role in the movies, of course, given today’s modern day 40+ year old stud, but i really wonder who).. 116 more words

Brad Thor pans Obama's 'nothingburger' Ebola press conference/drinking game

President Obama held a press conference Tuesday afternoon on the administration’s response to the Ebola crisis. It was a brief affair that ended with a promise that the president would know more Wednesday, when he planned to meet with doctors and public health workers in order to get their input (and maybe a photo or two). 503 more words