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ISIS 'JV Team' Leader Designated 3rd Most Wanted Terrorist in 2011

Sep 30 2014 11:58am CDT | Source: Big Government

Earlier this year the President referred to ISIS as the "JV team" during an interview, but that designation is at odds with the placement of ISIS' leader near the top of the State Department's designated terrorist list in 2011. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has numerous aliases including Abu Du'a. In October 2011, months before U.S. troops left Iraq, al-Baghdadi was added to Diplomatic Secur ...
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America at the tipping point, Part 3

Sep 14 2014 3:35pm CDT | Source: WND

Editor’s note: Chuck Norris’ weekly political column debuts each Monday in WND and is then syndicated by Creators News Service for publication elsewhere. His column in WND often runs hundreds of words longer than the subsequent release to other media. Read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. The CIA reported this past Thursday that the number of Islamic State, or ISIS, fighters is actually three times the size of previous government estimates, according to Fox News. A spokes ...
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Who is the real JV team?

Sep 10 2014 6:52pm CDT | Source: WND

Nine months ago, Barack Obama gave an interview to David Remnick of The New Yorker after ISIS, the very accomplished and high-achieving Islamic killing machine in the Middle East, captured Fallujah, an Iraqi city for which many very good American soldiers had sacrificed their lives and limbs taking from Sunni jihadists in 2004. Remnick asked Obama about al-Qaida’s resurgence in Iraq. Obama responded by suggesting to Remnick that he had, pretty much, personally killed Osama bin Laden three years ...
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Obama caught spinning embarrassing ISIS claim

Sep 8 2014 11:42am CDT | Source: WND

(BUSINESS INSIDER) — At least one prominent fact-checking organization is calling out President Barack Obama for falsely claiming he “wasn’t specifically referring to” Islamic State militants when he dismissed them as a “JV” team. During an interview on Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Obama was pressed on the comments, published in a January profile in The New Yorker. In the piece, Obama was asked about the jihadist militants who had just captured Fallujah, Iraq. He replied: “The analog ...
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Obama Walks Back Calling ISIS A ‘Junior Varsity’ Terrorist Group

Sep 7 2014 9:58am CDT | Source: ThinkProgress

Obama sits down with Meet the Press CREDIT: NBC News President Barack Obama on Sunday used his latest appearance on “Meet the Press” to discuss just how the United States will respond to the militant group that has seized territory throughout Iraq and Syria and walking back comments last year that referred to the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) and other terrorist organizations as “JV squads” in comparison to al-Qaeda. Obama also promised a more complete pol ...
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'We don't have a strategy'

Aug 29 2014 6:12pm CDT | Source: WND

Barack Obama’s admission that “we don’t have a strategy” for dealing with the death cult of ISIS as it sweeps across the Middle East, beheading and slaughtering all “infidels” in its wake, is like a punchline from a real-life tragicomedy. It illustrates one of the fundamental problems with the election process in America. It’s not designed to elevate to power the brightest, the most informed, the person with the ...
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Athletes Take a Stand for Mike Brown

Aug 27 2014 3:57pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

I cannot tell you how many TV and radio shows in the last couple of months have invited me to come on to criticize current athletes for not speaking out on crucial issues that affect our society as a whole. They tried to get me to publicly bad-mouth Dwight Howard after he deleted a "Free Palestine" Tweet from his account. They tried to get me to disparage all current athletes and label them all as cowards during the whole Donald Sterling madness, which prompt ...
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For Obama, an Indispensable Lesson from the Middle East

Aug 26 2014 4:31pm CDT | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

President Barack Obama, who by any measure is a smart and shrewd politician, must be feeling rather foolish nowadays. Not only have his predictions proved wrong about Iraq and al-Qaeda, but, under his watch, America is also being drawn back into the Iraq quagmire three years after it withdrew. The president was all optimistic when he secured U.S. withdrawal from Iraq in 2011. But his claim of "extraordinary achievement", of leaving behind a "sovereig ...
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