Daily Archives for May 8, 2013

May 8, 2013

National Journal: “Benghazi: Incompetence, but No Cover-Up”

TweetSo writes Michael Hirsch, who evidently missed the portion of the testimony where we learned that a State Department official emailed the Libyan government on September 12  that the consulate attack was in fact a terrorist operation — specifically identifying … Continue reading

08. May 2013 by Jeff G.
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May 8, 2013

As gun control advocates again reach rights-restricting fever pitch, gun crime continues to plummet

TweetTurns out, most Americans, however, don’t know that gun crime has been halved over the past 30 years.  Because America’s mainstream news media is nothing more than a propaganda arm for progressive interests — and gun control is and will … Continue reading

08. May 2013 by Jeff G.
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May 8, 2013

“Group looks to distribute free shotguns in major US cities”

TweetRT: In an experimental bid to determine whether wider gun ownership could lead to a decline in crime, a University of Houston graduate student and the Armed Citizens Project is looking to give away shotguns to residents of fifteen cities. … Continue reading

08. May 2013 by Jeff G.
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May 8, 2013

Has Assad crossed that bright red line yet, Mr Obama?

TweetWarning: the images at the linked site, which showcase the Banyas Massacre, are gruesome and beyond disturbing. But as with the video of Daniel Pearl having his head sawed off by KSM (whom, incidentally, the left and some on the … Continue reading

08. May 2013 by Jeff G.
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May 8, 2013

“Gun Control Advocates Hold Summit to Discuss Future Efforts”

TweetAnd they do so from Newtown.  Though as Nick Leghorn at TTAG quips, “the meeting took place at Newtown High School. They apparently couldn’t get into the elementary school to literally stand on the blood-stained floors while preaching their message.” Fortunately, … Continue reading

08. May 2013 by Jeff G.
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May 8, 2013

In plain sight

Tweet“State Dept Continues to Hide Identities of Benghazi Survivors from Congress”: As the congressional investigation into the terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, continues to heat up, State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell told reporters on Monday that … Continue reading

08. May 2013 by Jeff G.
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