The American Spectator : Benghazigate: Chapter Two

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Treachery and betrayal were the Administration’s response, as the media gives Obama cover. What more does anyone need to know than that Americans are under attack before ordering a military response to suppress the attack and possibly rescue our people? Even if the initial response isn’t exactly what you’d want it to be, even if […]

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The American Spectator : Obama’s Real Second Term Plan

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You won’t recognize this country after his second term — the obvious reason he’s not telling you what he has in mind for it. Mitt Romney said it best in the last debate when he informed the President that, “attacking me isn’t an agenda,” which prompted the Obama campaign to immediately release what they call […]

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WH: ‘We Decline to Comment’ on When Obama Learned of E-Mails, Met With NSC on Benghazi | CNSNews.com

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(CNSNews.com) – The White House is declining to say when President Barack Obama first learned of three e-mails that the State Department sent to the White House on Sept. 11, 2012, directly notifying the Executive Office of the President that the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi was under attack, that U.S. Amb. Chris Stevens was at […]

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Obama, Romney look for foreign policy edge in final debate | Fox News

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WASHINGTON –  President Obama and Mitt Romney were spending the final hours before their third and final debate — a potentially decisive bout that will focus on foreign policy — studying hard, as new polling reinforces the view that Romney’s surge out of their first debate has made the race too close to call. With […]

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GOP pounces after news of CIA cable on Libya raid | CNSNews.com

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Sensing a moment of political vulnerability on national security, Republicans pounced Friday on disclosures that President Barack Obama’s administration could have suspected early on that militants, not angry protesters, launched the attack on U.S. diplomats in Libya. Within 24 hours of the deadly attack, the CIA station chief in Libya reported to […]

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Fmr. Dem Strategist Beckel On Gallup: ‘If Those Numbers Are Correct, It Is OVER’ | CNSNews.com

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On Fox News Channel’s “The Five,” former Democratic strategist Bob Beckel reacted to today’s Gallup poll by stating that “if those numbers are correct it is over.  It is over.” Today’s Gallup Presidential Tracking poll found that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney leads President Barack Obama 52 percent to 45 percent among likely voters. Beckel […]

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American Thinker: Benghazi: Emperor Obama’s Waterloo?

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It is now obvious that the U.S. government’s original story about the Benghazi consulate attack, delivered by its two heaviest hitters, the president and secretary of state, was false, and, more importantly, that it was intended to deceive.  How can Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton outrun the scandal that now chases them, a scandal that […]

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The American Spectator : A Sour Taste of Candy

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Crowley sparks controversy as presidential debate moderator. If Tuesday night’s presidential debate proved nothing else, it demonstrated one thing: CNN’s Candy Crowley is definitely not an “uncommitted voter.” The moderator’s handling of the town-hall debate at Hofstra University was heavy-handed and one-sided throughout, not merely giving more time to President Obama, but repeatedly cutting off […]

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Top 10 examples of media malpractice – Conservative News, Views & Books

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1. Giving Obama a pass on Libya The attack on the American consulate in Benghazi was the first successful terror action directly against United States’ interests since 9/11. The media hardly noticed that the president had been skipping national security briefings before the attack, or that he flew off the next day for a Las […]

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The American Spectator : Crazy Uncle Joe

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Democrats cheer Biden’s debate antics, but Ryan scores better overall. Vice President Joe Biden took Americans on a one-way trip to Malarkey-ville last night, with a weirdly aggressive debate performance in which, according to one count, he interrupted his Republican rival 86 times. Even many of those who generally approved of what Democrat spinners referred to […]

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The American Spectator : Counting on Coal Country

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Romney fights for jobs – and votes – in an industry at war with Obama’s EPA. Nearly four thousand people turned out Friday in Abingdon, Virginia, to hear Mitt Romney declare his support for the coal industry, which has been besieged for more than three years by President Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency. A giant sign behind the […]

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Why he’s falling apart – NY Daily News

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A presidential reelection campaign needs three key elements: a defense of the incumbent’s record, a successful effort to define the opposition and a compelling vision of a second term. President Obama may well celebrate a second term in Chicago next month, but the conventional wisdom underestimates the difficulty he faces, as his campaign has distinct […]

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Unemployment rate below 8%, but Romney says not enough – CNN Political Ticker – CNN.com Blogs

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Washington (CNN) – Mitt Romney, who has used an unemployment rate above 8% to hammer President Barack Obama for the past several years, was left without his usual attack line Friday as the September jobs report showed the rate falling to 7.8%. The report, which is the penultimate set of monthly jobs data before November’s […]

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The American Spectator : Mitt’s Biggest Turnaround Yet

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Romney wins the first debate so decisively, even liberals can’t deny it. How decisively did Mitt Romney win Wednesday night’s debate? All you had to do was watch the most pro-Obama network to see it. “I personally do not know who won this debate,” MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow said as soon as the debate ended. She […]

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Red State Talk Radio Top 5 for September!

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The following programs are the Top 5 programs on Red State Talk Radio for the month of September. Check the broadcast schedule and give them a listen and see why they’re so popular. Top 5 Most Listeners #1: The Jimmy Z Show #2: Red State Town Hall #3: Freedom’s Wings #4: Conservative Republican Forum #5: […]

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