The Benghazi Select Committee opened up its investigation today into the deadly terrorist attack which left Chris Stevens, Glen Doherty, Tyrone Woods, and Sean Smith dead and once again the State Department is stonewalling by not allowing key witnesses who were on the ground during the attack to testify. 272 more words
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Yea, I know, there are far more important things than any of the hearings in Washington today.
But hey! On the outside chance anyone is interested in watching Joel Rubin not answer questions, hear you go. 93 more words
America’s top diplomat for Europe denounced Russian state-media coverage of the Ukraine crisis on Tuesday and belittled the Kremlin’s propaganda efforts in the United States as fallacious and ineffective. 630 more words
Yemen is on the verge of collapsing. It’s capital Sann’a was effectively taken over in September 2014 by Houthi Shi’a rebels sweeping down from the north. 250 more words
This article details the workings of Matthew H. Tueller, the U.S. Ambassador to Yemen.
See the Sana’a Embassy page at: 21 more words
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“There are many ways to trumpet the virtues of an open society, but none as subtle, as compelling, or as elegant as well-chosen art.” Sec. Kerry January 21, 2015…