2012: A Tumultuous Year To Come



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GEORGETOWN, S.C. — A year ago, this column questioned whether the 112th Congress — with its new speaker of the House, John Boehner — could “overcome the inane policies of its predecessors” and “mend Washington’s free-spending ways.” We all know how that turned out. This week, as we prepare to ring out 2011 and welcome […]

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Remember Pearl Harbor?



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MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. — Seventy years ago this week, Japanese Cmdr. Mitsuo Fuchida led an airborne strike force of 49 “Kate” bombers, 40 torpedo bombers, 51 “Val” dive bombers and 43 “Zeke” fighters on the first wave of an attack on Pearl Harbor and plunged America into World War II. At 9:45 that […]

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Incendiary Iran



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Marine Corps Base, Quantico, VA – Our FOX News crew is here wrapping up our 100th War Stories documentary – with some of the “stars” of previous episodes. Though most of the Marines here are recent veterans of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, their present focus is on the next trouble spots. Thanks to inept […]

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Sideshow and Sabotage



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Washington, DC – Our head of state is now in Cannes, France, at the G-20 summit, gallivanting with elites from the planet’s most powerful economies. For the first time since his 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama isn’t the center of attention. The stars of this week’s party on the French Riviera are German Chancellor Angela […]

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Aiding and Abetting a Real War



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Pierre, South Dakota – The good news about Moammar Gadhafi’s demise arrived via my cellphone early Thursday morning. A friend from the Reagan administration, remembering the Libyan dictator’s attempt to kill my family, called to let me know and added, “You must be very glad to see this day.” But it doesn’t seem to be […]

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Protests, Justice & Fruit Flies



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Washington, DC – Official Washington – meaning the Obama Administration, fellow travelers in Congress and their allies in the so-called mainstream media – here’s a quick peek at some recent events, the lead stories they generated and the response by the O-Team. Let me know if you think I’m wrong, but it looks to me […]

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Irrelevant and Dangerous



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Washington, DC – Last week, this column prognosticated that Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s appearance at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) would be celebrated by those who hate America. That’s certainly true. So, too, was the prediction that Ahmadinejad would claim the mantle of “humanitarian” and be showered with praise for the release of Shane […]

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Dancing the Ayatollahs’ Tune



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Washington, DC – When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrives in Manhattan next week to address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), he will present himself as a great “humanitarian.” Many of the America haters at the UN will shower him with accolades and commend his “untiring efforts” to gain the release of Shane Bauer and […]

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The Forgotten War



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Georgetown Co., SC – Collectively, Washington, DC has the attention span of a fruit fly. That’s why all we have heard about lately are the consequences of failing to raise the Federal Debt Limit – action that has prompted no fewer than two dozen dueling news conferences, presidential addresses and Republican “responses” in the past […]

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Defining Victory



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Washington, DC – This week, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously approved an amendment to the fiscal year 2012 Defense Department appropriations bill, which sets up an independent, nonpartisan Afghanistan-Pakistan Study Group (APSG) to provide recommendations for future U.S. military missions in the region. The measure, proposed by Representative Frank Wolf (R-VA), would establish a […]

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