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May 13 2008

Will Clinton Stay In After Her Romp In West-By-Golly?

Hillary Clinton is going to clean Barack Obama’s clock in West Virginia today, so what will that bring us? If I were Hillary I would stay in at least until the last primaries to show respect for the voters – something the Democrats panicking over the primary battle are afraid to do. It would give […]

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Jan 27 2008

The McCain Effect – An Amnesty Hypochondriac Production

How is it John McCain is now best positioned to win the GOP nomination? If he wins FL (and recent endorsements by Gov Crist and Sen Martinez shows he has some gathering strength there) he will have supposedly turned the GOP on its head. Rush Limbaugh predicts the end of the party as we all […]

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Mar 13 2006

Dubai Ports World Deal Still Alive

Good news: But Frist, R-Tenn., acknowledged that if an American buyer is not found, and the Bush administration determines there are no security risks, a deal for DP World to manage and operate major U.S. ports still could go through. ”If everything that the president, the administration has said, and that is that there is […]

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Mar 13 2006

Ayrab-Phobia Continues Its Ugly March

For doing nothing but being a solid ally of the US economically, militarily and on intelligence efforts, plus offering to fund extending the inspection and monitoring cargo as it is loaded on the ships to come here to America, Dubia Ports Wolrd and The UAE were treated as terrorist criminals. It had something to do […]

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Mar 12 2006

NSA TSP Acceptable To America

The NSA’s Terrorist Surveillance Program is acceptable to America by a resounding 54-32 margin. Apparently we are no as dumb as the media thinks we are.

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Mar 10 2006

More Damage A-Port

The outlook on what we lost-won looks worse with each passing hour. From Mac Ranger we have this post-port realization: But it is also likely to keep the heat on a simmering belief abroad that U.S. markets can sometimes be more trouble than they’re worth, economists and foreign trade experts said Thursday. “People are making […]

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Mar 10 2006

CAIR vs. DPW

Powerline reviews an article by Daniel Pipes regarding the CAIR organization and its history of members being tied to terrorist organizations.  The question is asked: “How long will it be until the establishment finally recognizes CAIR for what it is and denies it mainstream legitimacy?” The answer is obvious: when CAIR takes over terminal operations […]

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Mar 10 2006

In Defense Of ‘Xenophobia’

I want those who are ranting about foreign ownership and Arab ownership, etc, to consider one possible, legitmate source of their antagonism to the outside world: the outside world. I have been in the trenches of Europe dealing with the anti-American crap for years. All the world’s woes are set at our feet, we can […]

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Mar 10 2006

What Did We Lose In DPW Debacle?

** updates continue at the end ** We lost more security world wide. Recall DPW operates a lot of ports sending goods here to the US. They are our first line of defense for stopping WMDs being smuggled in. Here is just a fraction of what we lost: Until Rove’s decision, Dubai’s business leaders had […]

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Mar 09 2006

Neck Deep In Chicken Hawk Droppings

** Major Update Below ** Dubai Ports World did what they had to in order to retain the maxium value of their business acquisition – they turned their backs on the US as partners, gave up on us a confident people of honor in the world, and sold off the problem terminal operations to a […]

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