Browsing All posts tagged under »FSM (Family Security Matters)«


March 25, 2014 by


Once again President Obama is putting you and your family at risk by giving power to the United Nations (UN) to control the Internet and muzzle YOUR freedom of speech, putting you at a risk of legal action just for expressing your view on the Internet! If you’re a politician in Washington, and you want […]

Army Ranger Sentenced to 25 Years for Killing Known Terrorist in Self-Defense

December 8, 2013 by


While GITMO enemy combatants are freed only to go back to the killing fields of jihad, our boys rot in prison for fighting these savages. On March 20th, 2009, Army Ranger 1st Lieutenant Michael Behenna was sentenced to 25 years in prison for killing Ali Mansur, a known Al Qaeda operative while serving in Iraq. Mansur was known […]

The Dysfunctional Life of Leftist Communes and other Collectives

December 1, 2013 by


by Norman Simms   ~ Despite a few successes (the kibbutzim in Israel in the early 20th century) in their history from the great waves of idealism that swept through intellectual circles from the nineteenth through the twentieth century, the founding and maintaining of communes and collectives did not work out very well.  The latest revelations […]

ObamaCare: The Neutron Bomb That Will Decimate the U.S. Economy

November 25, 2013 by


By CHARLES HUGH SMITH  ObamaCare will act as a neutron bomb on the U.S. economy for systemic reasons. Longtime readers know I have repeatedly explained why healthcare, i.e. sickcare, will bankrupt the nation. ObamaCare simply speeds up the coming collapse. Here are two of the dozens of entries I’ve written on sickcare: America’s Hidden 8% […]

Obama’s Edicts Are Dictatorial, Not Presidential

November 23, 2013 by


by Betsy McCaughey, PhD   ~  President Obama says he can “fix” the millions of canceled health insurance plans with an administrative change. He’s claiming more executive power – power for himself – than the Constitution allows, and is playing fast and loose with the truth. The culprit behind the cancellations is not an administrative regulation, […]

Michelle Malkin’s Must-See Takedown of ‘Race Charlatan’ Al Sharpton

August 2, 2013 by


He ‘Has Blood on His Hands’  Read more: Family Security Matters Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

BREAKING: Benghazi Survivors Forced to Sign Non-Disclosure Agreements – Video

July 18, 2013 by


~ FSM BREAKING NEWS ALERT ~ Congressman Frank Wolf said Thursday that survivors of the Benghazi, Libya terror assault have been forced to sign non-disclosure agreements prohibiting them from speaking out about the deadly attack. “According to trusted sources that have contacted my office, many if not all of the survivors of the Benghazi attacks […]

10 Mind Blowing Facts about America’s Energy Resources

May 3, 2012 by


From The American Dream, a regular section at Family Security Matters ~ The United States is not running out of oil.  In fact, nobody on the entire globe has more energy resources than the United States does.  The truth is that we are absolutely swimming in oil and natural gas and we have so much […]

The History of Veterans Day

November 11, 2011 by


U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” – officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of […]

Iraqi Journalist’s Death Sends a Warning “To Whomever Listens”

September 26, 2011 by


By Lt. Colonel James Zumwalt, USMC (ret) Hadi al-Mahdi, who was shot dead on September 8th. He was home alone. According to the ominous entry on his Facebook page reporting his life was in danger, it was approximately 2:30 pm. He was right—he had but minutes to live. An Iraqi journalist,  Hadi al-Mahdi hosted a three-day-a-week radio program—“To […]

The UN’s Climate of Desperation

July 9, 2011 by


By David Rothbard and Craig Rucker As the UN wrapped up its recent climate conference in Bonn, Germany, talks organizer Christiana Figueres proclaimed that climate change is the “the most important negotiation the world has ever faced.”  Faced with real problems – financial meltdowns, unemployment, war and genuine human suffering – the world no longer […]

Come Out, Come Out Wherever You Are – Our Nation Needs a Leader

May 24, 2011 by


By Carol A. Taber    President – Family Security Matters Republicans, we’ve got a problem.  Or better said, boy, do we have an opportunity! All our putative frontrunners (ever narrowing) are either retreads, dull, old, polarizing, odd, not trustworthy, not ready, or not telegenic.  They have excess baggage, brain deficits, name recognition challenges, peculiar wives, policy […]

Nuclear Safety: Reactors that Can’t Melt Down

March 26, 2011 by


By Kelvin Kemm Ph.D. The recent tragic events in Japan have brought the issue of nuclear energy to the forefront of public discussion. While some have exploited the tragedy to advance anti-nuclear policies, others have tried to defend this important energy source on the grounds of its importance to our economy and standard of living. […]

Ex-Rad, the U.S. Military’s Radiation Wonder Drug

March 19, 2011 by


By Van D. Hipp These are tragic and tense days indeed in Japan. The immense loss of life and absolute devastation caused by last week’s earthquake and tsunami is heartbreaking – and serve as the culprits in this unimaginable tragedy. The tension, felt by its citizens and far beyond the country’s borders, centers most immediately […]

Egypt: People Power Perhaps, But Democracy It Ain’t

February 13, 2011 by


By Adrian Morgan – The Editor At Family Security Matters (FSM) Friday, February 11, will stand as a historic day in Egypt. President Hosni Mubarak, who had ruled Egypt for almost three decades, finally resigned. The people in Tahrir Square in Cairo are still jubilant. The media around the world is focusing on the photographs […]

Why Reagan Triumphs Over Other Presidents, Even Today

February 6, 2011 by


From The Editors at Family Security Matters What always strikes us is how comfortable and secure Ronald Reagan was in himself, on the trail, in the Oval, in meetings with strangers in the Roosevelt Room, in the general give and take of a public life. This authentic wholeness of life made the ‘communicating’ so compelling, […]

Defending Sarah Palin

January 20, 2011 by


By Shari Goodman While at a recent dinner party among politically like-minded friends, I found myself defending Sarah Palin as I have become accustomed to doing throughout the last two years.  The host began with the usual “She can’t win in ’12 because she is not taken seriously outside her base,” and another guest piped […]

The Traditions of Christmas

December 26, 2010 by


How Christmas Came to Be What it is Today For those readers who do visit us today, it’s usually a slow day with not many posts, understandably. To that end, we include this considered piece for your reading. It is by necessity quite long, but is well worth reading…..TonyfromOz. By Adrian Morgan – The Editor […]

Grid Act Impact: Results of New Consensus Warning of a Year-Long Blackout

December 15, 2010 by


By Charles L. Manto EMP Attack or Extreme Solar Storm Would be More Catastrophic Than Previously Thought The following has been excerpted from a paper entitled: Grid Act Impact: Results of New consensus Warning of a Year-Long Blackout. The full report can be downloaded here (pdf format). Space-weather experts have changed their prediction of the […]

Why Barack Obama Doesn’t Much Care for Britain

December 11, 2010 by


By Daniel Hannan Let’s review the evidence. President Obama received from Gordon Brown a pen-holder made from the timbers of a Royal Navy anti-slavery vessel, and reciprocated with DVDs. He silkily downgraded the UK from “our closest ally” to “one of our allies”. He gave the Queen an iPod full of his own speeches. He […]

Memo to America: Don’t do Carbon Trading!

December 8, 2010 by


By Roger Helmer, MEP Senator Harry Reid has repeatedly denounced opposition to carbon trading as “dangerous.” Senator Reid is wrong. It is the House and Senate climate and renewable energy bills that are dangerous. Fortunately, the recent elections and the ongoing dissension at the Cancun climate summit could bode ill for carbon trading, any successor […]

How Many Cars are There on Mars?

December 7, 2010 by


By Victor Sharpe at Family Security Matters   When President elect, Barack Obama, was choosing the new members of his administration he selected Nobel-prize winning physicist Steven Chu as energy secretary and Carol Browner to lead a White House council on energy and climate. Ms. Browner had headed the Environmental Protection Agency in the Clinton […]

A New Dark Age for Germany?

December 4, 2010 by


By Edgar L. Gaertner Thousands of bureaucrats are preparing for another cushy climate confab in Cancun – while Senators Bingaman, Brownback and Reid are contemplating how to ram renewable energy standards through a lame-duck session. If they’re wise, American voters and congressmen will pay extra careful attention to the awful dilemma of German climate and […]

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

November 26, 2010 by


From The Editors at Family Security Matters George Washington’s Proclamation of Thanksgiving, October 3, 1789. General Thanksgiving BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly […]


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