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My 9-11 Tribute to New York Firefighter Michael D. D’Auria

September 11, 2014 by

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As the fifth anniversary of 9-11 approached, the blogosphere community united to express its sorrow and participate in the nation’s mourning as only the blogosphere could. At that time over three thousand bloggers joined the online project 2996: A Tribute to the Victims of 9-11 to give each victim of that day an individual tribute […]

Do The Benefits Of Jihadist Training Camps In America Outweigh The Risks?

October 16, 2009 by

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One of our recent articles regarding jihadist training camps here in America stirred up quite a controversy between two individuals who both claim to have been members of America’s intelligence community. One commenter appeared to be trying to make the case that it is better to leave them in place, because the intelligence to be […]

The Department Of Homeland Security Finally Catches Up With The Freedom Medium

October 13, 2009 by

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Janet Napolitano and her crew at the Department Of Homeland Security finally found us. She must have stumbled across us, read some of our commentary, watched the Fox News videos, and started to become aware of what we have been talking about for months. And we don’t mind her taking credit for our hard work, we […]

What Do Martin Luther King, Barack Obama, Elvis Presley And 9-11 Have In Common?

September 11, 2009 by

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(A Heartbreaking 9-11 Message To President Obama. Some words of advice for the President as we mark eight years since one of the darkest days in American history.) Today marks eight years since one of the darkest days in American history. And I have spent days agonizing over what would be appropriate to commememorate the events […]

Obama Designates Sept. 11th As National Socialism Day

August 26, 2009 by

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We don’t need to rehash the events of September 11th, 2001. All true Americans have their memories of that fateful day, and remember it in their own ways. As the anniversary of 9-11 approached, some pinhead member of Congress made a motion that the day be made a national holiday. For once, common sense prevailed, […]