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  • An Incriminating Timeline: Obama Administration and Libya (VIDEO)

    The latest incriminating information on the U.S. consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya indicates that the State Department turned down a request for additional security from concerned U.S. embassy staff. New evidence shows there were security threats in Libya in the months prior to the deadly September 11 attack that killed … More

    Global Verdict on Obama's Crumbling Foreign Policy

    Recent survey results show that the Obama Administration’s foreign policy has been unsuccessful in the promotion of America and in improving hostile relationships, especially in the Middle East. What’s more, polls taken by Transatlantic Trends 2012 show that the disapproval of the current Administration continues to grow. Directly linked to … More

    Is the State Department Squelching Documents on Libya Attack?

    Is the State Department trying to cover up for its own negligence that cost four Americans, including the American ambassador to Libya, their lives on September 11? A bipartisan group of Senators is demanding answers from State, and so should other Americans. It appears that destruction of important documents should … More

    Public Diplomacy as Apology

    Judging by President Obama’s speech to the U.N. General Assembly yesterday, U.S. public diplomacy messaging on the Middle East crisis is stuck perpetually on a setting of “apology.” It has been this way since the much-criticized September 11 statement from the U.S. embassy in Cairo, which apologized to the threatening … More

    Free Speech Threatened at United Nations

    The skies over New York are thick with chickens coming home to roost for the Obama Administration. No sooner had President Obama delivered his oration to the U.N. General Assembly—in which he both defended the principle of free speech and denounced the exercise thereof if it hurts Muslim religious feelings—than … More

    What Did the Obama Administration Know and When Did It Know It?

    Mounting evidence suggests that Obama officials may have been less—much less—than forthright with the facts of the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the death of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans. Reportedly, U.S. intelligence sources knew within the first 24 hours of … More

    Obama at U.N. in Defense of Free Speech—Sort Of

    Speaking at the United Nations this morning, for the first time since anti-American violence erupted in the Middle East on September 11, President Obama found his voice in defense of freedom of expression, American values, and the work of murdered U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens. Though two weeks too late, it … More

    Comedian in Chief: Obama Snubs World Leaders for Talk Shows

    Where is President Obama? Yakking it up on television and radio with comedians and chat shows. That is, when he is not out raising funds for his reelection. Last Tuesday, the President gave a full hour to late night comedy host David Letterman. On September 11 of all days, he … More

    The Apology Tour Continues: Obama, Clinton Say “Sorry” to Rioting Pakistanis

    Yesterday, the President and Secretary of State of the United States of America went on Pakistani television to apologize. In a commercial containing clips from their Washington press conferences, subtitled in Urdu, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton said “sorry” to the mad hordes attacking the American embassy in the Pakistani … More

    The White House Disinformation Campaign on the Libya Attack

    The Obama Administration has now acknowledged the glaringly obvious: that the four Americans who died in the September 11 attack in Libya “were killed in the course of a terrorist attack on our embassy.” This statement came from no less an authority than Matthew Olsen, director of the National Counterterrorism … More