Mandeville, LA – Mike Church’s daily Pile of Prep, chock full of Mike’s take on the Syria war, our Moral Obligation Obama & Kerry want to start in Syria plus other [r]epublican stories used to perform the Mike Church Show on Sirius/XM Patriot channel 125. “Sir, Gentlemen of very distinguished Abilities and Knowledge differ widely in their Sentiments upon the Point now agitated. . . .Others strenuously assert, that tho regularly such Information & Establishment ought to precede the Measure proposed, yet, confiding in our Fortune more boldly than Caesar himself, we ought to brave the Storm in a Skiff made of Paper. . . . I fear the Virtue of Americans. Resentment of the Injuries offered to their Country, may irritate them to Counsels & to Actions that may be detrimental to the Cause, they would dye to advance.” – John Dickinson opposing the rush to war with Great Britain & the Declaration of Independence, 1 July 1776
Project ’76-American History TO GO From Writer-Narrator Mike Church
About Project ’76. – Popular radio talk show host & acclaimed writer/producer/director Mike Church (Road to Independence-The Movie) announced the launch of his latest initiative in American history based entertainment: Project ‘76™.
The Thin Red Line II – John “Rambo” Kerry gives Syria new “Red Line” ultimatum which the Russians seize on as a REAL DEAL and begin urging Assad and Syria to explore. Foreign policy by Police Academy cops is such embarrassing fun to watch!
Old Habits are hard to break – Robert “Liar Liar” Gibbs takes to Morning Joe airwaves to deny that the Obama admin has already BEEN engaged in Syria’s war for a year and a half and is partly responsible for the death toll (I reported on our alliance with Qatar, Turkey & the Saudi yesterday)
DeceptiCONNED – The “support” for airstrikes against the “Syrian regime”, among Republicans, collapsed. What remains to be learned is whether this is a change in Republican philosophy or just opportunism to kneecap Obama
Could you live like it was 1986, EVERYDAY of the week AND raise 2 children while going cell-phone, satellite TV, internet cold turkey!? The McMillans can and do…
VIDEO: Charlie Rose confronts Syria’s Assad over allegations he is a “butcher” and his administration is a regime not good for the Syrian people. Assad “WHO says these things?” Rose “People outside of Syria.” Assad “The President of Syria is to do good for Syrian people, no other opinion should matter.”
Is it 2016 already!? Slick Hilly Clinton threatens the Russians to get in line with “international” opinion or “be held to account”, whatever that means from the wannabe Bomber in Chief of 2017
Northern California citizens make their first moves to secede from the rest of the Golden State and form the state of Jefferson
Patrick J Buchanan: Cui bono are “strikes” in Syria to benefit? The think tankers of Georgetown? The editors of the WSJ, Weekly Standard and Washington Post?
Bacevich: To OK the attack on Syria would be to reauthorize the bellicose foreign policy by military might that began in the Carter years, is Obama actually surrendering that power or playing a Machiavellian game?
If you are a proponent of the perpetual warfare state and have played “the Hitler card” to goose support to bomb the Syrian “regime” what’s left in your deck? Ahhh, the ol’ trusty “isolationist” card, played by NY Times editor Bill Keller
Douthat: To vote Obama down would be to “cripple” the “credibility” of the office of the Presidency and its foreign policy might. I would suggest Douthat and other “moderates” consult the era that produced “The Monroe Doctrine” and all the intrigue and challenge that went into that act of restrained use of military might and CIC pre-emptive powers
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Sentiments: Let’s get one thing straight from the get-go, it is OBAMA’S credibility that is at stake in the Syrian stand-off, not the United States. This is fine for the barroom and talk-radio callers but for the nuts and bolts of foreign entanglements it IS the U.S. that has been the arrogant aggressor in foreign affairs these last 4 decades, an admission that this should end shows humility and the virtue of restraint, first steps to reclaiming our civilian-state from the warfare promoters who have controlled it