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December: No US Soldiers Combat Deaths in Iraq

December:  No US Soldiers Combat Deaths in Iraq

By Patrick Goodenough International Editor Dec. 31, 2009  On the last day of 2009, December was on track Thursday to become the first month since the United States invaded Iraq almost seven years ago when not one U.S. soldier, sailor, airman or Marine has died in that country in combat-related circumstances.   With the month […]

We Will Have “Victory” in Iraq? Really? Pt. 3

We Will Have “Victory” in Iraq? Really? Pt. 3

By Diana West GCC/Staff Dec. 31, 2009 Editor’s Note: This is the last part of a three-column series assessing the benefit, gain, outcome of six-plus American years in Iraq as we rev up to do it all over again in Afghanistan—only with much more exciting logistics. We hoped you enjoyed this series. We would like […]

Unclear Command – When National Security Gets Blurry

Unclear Command – When National Security Gets Blurry

By Rick Krug GCC/Staff Dec. 30, 2009 It’s not so much that Americans don’t trust President Obama’s ability to defend our safety; it’s that we don’t quite understand just how he plans on doing so. Christmas day, 2009, on a Michigan bound flight from Europe, a Yemen national is subdued by other passengers while trying […]

Gutless Midnight Votes, Backroom Deals, and a Death Panel

Gutless Midnight Votes, Backroom Deals, and a Death Panel

By Sarah Palin Dec. 30, 2009 Last weekend while you were preparing for the holidays with your family, Harry Reid’s Senate was making shady backroom deals to ram through the Democrat health care take-over. The Senate ended debate on this bill without even reading it. That and midnight weekend votes seem to be standard operating […]

Why are Fannie and Freddie Getting Unlimited Tax Money?

Why are Fannie and Freddie Getting Unlimited Tax Money?

By Elizabeth MacDonald Dec. 30, 2009 Submarined in an “update” on the “status” of Fannie Mae (FNM) and Freddie Mac (FRE), the White House quietly announced on Christmas Eve that, instead of just pumping in hundreds of billions of dollars, its support for the GSEs’ damaged Hindenburg-sized balance sheets would be unlimited for the next three […]

Obama There is to Many Questions

Obama There is to Many Questions

By Michael Goldfarb Dec. 30, 2009 As soon as Obama came out for that second press conference, you knew that there were going to be some new revelations. Now the avalanche begins — and so do the questions… “It now appears that weeks ago this information was passed to a component of our intelligence community […]

Mr President We Knew of Airline Terror Plot Before Christmas

Mr President  We Knew of Airline Terror Plot Before Christmas

By Fox News Dec. 30, 2009 The U.S. government had intelligence from Yemen before Christmas that leaders of a branch of Al Qaeda there were talking about “a Nigerian” being prepared for a terrorist attack, the New York Times reported Tuesday. A senior official told the Times that President Obama was told in a private […]

War Prep? Is the Ayatollah Preparing for War?

War Prep? Is the Ayatollah Preparing for War?

By Scott Winchell GCC/Staff Dec. 30, 2009     It is most interesting to note the smaller events occurring than it is the larger on occasion. The following report is one of those smaller events that may forebode greater events about to occur. We can only sit back and watch, but with the Chinese buying up as […]

Afghanistan: The “Surge” and “Success” Part 2

Afghanistan: The “Surge” and “Success” Part 2

By Diana West GCC/Staff Dec. 30, 2009 Editor’s Note: This is the second part of a three-column series assessing the benefit, gain, outcome of six-plus American years in Iraq as we rev up to do it all over again in Afghanistan—only with much more exciting logistics. We hope you will like this series. We would […]

Obama This is Islam

Obama This is Islam

By Scott Winchell GCC/Staff Dec. 29, 2009 A friend sent me the following note. It is, as one might suspect, eye-opening when you think of recent events. What have we become? Why are we in this situation here in the USA? What does the future hold for us in the coming days, weeks, and months? […]

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