Posts Tagged ‘ Biden ’

Energy facts vs fiction

March 26, 2022
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Two facts we can all agree on:  climate change is global and fossil fuels trade in a global market. So why is it that the President of the United States, along with a sizable chunk of the American press continues to push a narrative that American action alone can have a significant effect on...

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Two leaders and a Biden

March 19, 2022
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The day after Christmas, 1941, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill addressed a joint session of the United States Congress.  America was only nineteen days from the brutality of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that Sunday morning of December 7th. Regarding U.S. supply shipments and British Army activity in Libya, he noted: “Hope has...

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America needs more Zelenskyy and a lot less Biden

March 5, 2022
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Since her founding, America has been blessed to have Presidents that when the moment arrived, rose to the occasion before them.  Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe got us started. Lincoln kept it from crumbling into a pile of rubble. Roosevelt (Teddy) carried a big stick abroad and secured our National Parks at home. ...

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Biden’s FDR moment is his for the taking

February 25, 2022
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The Atlantic, January 7, 2014, Philp Bump: “I think he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades,” former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says of Vice President Joe Biden in his new book coming out later this month. In last week’s column I noted...

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Stop Putin? Stop punishing America

February 19, 2022
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By the time you’re reading this column Vladimir Putin will have  (1) given the order to his troops to cross the Ukrainian frontier and caused the largest armed conflict on European soil since World War II  (2)  given the order to begin withdrawal of Russian forces that have been massed on Ukraine’s borders  (3) ...

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We’ve fought chaos before, we can do it again.

February 5, 2022
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On the morning of December 16, 1944, elements of the 5th and 6th Panzer and the 7th Army group crashed through the Ardennes Forest and launched an assault across a 75-mile front against Allied forces in Eastern Belgium.  The initial success of the attack led to a “bulge” in the American lines on operations...

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