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Ralph Peters Is Worried About Obama: 'My God, We're in Even Deeper Trouble Than I Thought'

Lt Col Ralph Peters (Ret.) confessed to Bill O’Reilly Monday that he is deeply worried about the state of affairs Obama has put us, calling him the most destructive president since Jefferson Davis. 1,484 more words


Berlin, Germany - Part 2

We visited Checkpoint Charlie where instead of going to the museum, we checked out the outdoor information which was more than enough to learn about the former checkpoint including stories of attempted escapes and the wall. 367 more words


Project Veritas Gets NC State To Ban U.S. Constitution in Dormitory

The timing of this latest Project Veritas video is perfect as it coincides with the resignation of Tim Wolfe, president of the University of Missouri, who caved into the demands of perpetually disgruntled and triggered black social justice warriors who were complaining that he wasn’t doing enough to stop alleged incidents of racism in Columbia Missouri – or something. 210 more words


Ralph Peters: Obama Hates America, Doesn't Care About American Casualties or Defeating ISIS

Lt. Col. Ralph Peters was on the O’Reilly Factor Thursday night to discuss the low marks the American people are giving President Selfie-Stick on foreign policy. 542 more words


Ralph Peters: Obama's "a Deer Caught in the Headlights Of History"

Well, the talking heads sure had a lot to talk about Wednesday following Putin’s big power play in Syria, Wednesday.

Lt. Col. Ralph Peters went on Fox News to give his assessment of the situation. 489 more words


White House Blames GOP For $500 million Syrian Rebel Training Fiasco

We’ve had seven years now of Obama screwing things up and not taking responsibility for it, so it should come as no surprise that he is blaming the GOP for his latest fiasco. 770 more words


The President, the Pope, and the U.N.

In 2006 John O’Sullivan wrote a book, The President, the Pope, and the Prime Minister that detailed how the timely convergence of President Ronald Reagan, Pope John Paul II, and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the early eighties led the West to a peaceful resolution of the Cold War. 989 more words