Thursday, September 13, 2012

9-13-12 Great Guests for Your Show

1. Joseph Klein: Islamist Atrocities and Double Standards
2. Al Fadi: The Killing of the U.S. Ambassador in Libya
3. Doug Johnson: Obama and Romney's Responses to Embassy Attacks Show Who Should Lead
4. John LeBoutillier: A Comparison of the Presidential Candidates
5. Q&A with Former Libertarian VP Candidate Turned Romney Supporter Wayne Allyn Root

Islamist Atrocities and Double Standards

"While the United States rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, we must all unequivocally oppose the kind of senseless violence that took the lives of these public servants," President Obama said in response to the brutal murder of the U.S. ambassador to Libya John Christopher Stevens and three other embassy staff members. Obama promised to "bring justice" to the killers. He has pledged to bring the attackers to justice and to provide more security for our embassies. That's fine as far as it goes. The problem is that both Obama and his State Department have denigrated the unique importance of free speech in the pantheon of American liberties in favor of protecting the sensibilities of Muslims who are offended by speech critical of their religion. [more...]

The Killing of the U.S. Ambassador in Libya

It was only a few months ago that the people of Libya were liberated from the 42 reign of tyranny by Gadhafi, thanks to the intervention of the U.S. and Allies, Inc. Celebrations were filling the streets of the many major cities in Libya, and the Americans were held as heroes. Yet this week we hear of sad news from Libya that the U.S. ambassador and two of his staff members were killed in an attack by Islamic militants, known as Ansar al-Sharia (Eng. Supporters of Sharia) who were outraged over the recent amateur movie production by a U.S.-based group which depicts the prophet of Islam in some of its scenes - something that Islam prohibits. The amazing but puzzling thing about these savage actions is that it is done by a group of people who claim to be followers of a religion which they claim to be “The Religion of Peace.” Yet these actions and many others like them are the farthest from any peace, peaceful gesture, or even a hint of peace, for that matter. They are actions that are carried out by a cowardly group which aspires to dominate others, which has a global terror agenda, and which forgets any acts of kindness extended toward it. [more...]

Obama and Romney's Responses to Embassy Attacks Show Who Should Lead

In a clear contrast of leadership ability, President Obama’s and Mitt Romney’s responses to the attacks on the U.S. embassies in Libya and Egypt show who is truly qualified to lead our nation, especially at such a dark time in our history. One shows a foolish, immature view of how to deal with it and one shows how a nation gets respect in difficult situations. Once again, we see the obvious differences between two men who want to lead our nation while only one of them is qualified. [more...]

A Comparison of the Presidential Candidates

With 56 days to go before this huge presidential election, let’s do a political comparison of the two candidates.  The categories will be: Candidate Skills, Campaign Competence, Money, Quality of Message, and Passion Differential. Let’s compare President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. [Go Here for a detailed comparison...]

Q&A with Former Libertarian VP Candidate Turned Romney Supporter Wayne Allyn Root

Wayne Allyn Root is a frequent political commentator and the 2008 Libertarian Party Vice Presidential nominee, who has recently announced that he is leaving the Libertarian Party to rejoin the GOP and will support Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election. Root has held several high profile roles in the Libertarian Party, including chairman of the Libertarian National Campaign Committee and an at-large representative on the Libertarian National Committee. Following is Q&A correspondence between The Blaze and Root to understand why he was drawn to the Libertarian Party originally, and what led to his recent move back to the GOP. [Go here for the Q&A...]

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