No Speech Can Fix This || Amy Payne

President Obama has been on a foreign tour. How’s it going on the world stage?

Probably not so well when New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd is accusing him of “whining” and “whiffing.”

Dowd’s eviscerating assessment of Obama’s foreign policy is timely.

“It doesn’t feel like leadership,” she said yesterday. “It doesn’t feel like you’re in command of your world.”

Why does this matter right now?



Barack Fighting Vlad on land, but paying him $424 million for space travel || By Judi McLeod


Four years after Barack Obama forced them to go Muslim, NASA has resurfaced as the Soothsayer, giving the world a blow-by-blow account on how society will collapse.

Bellying up to the front seat in the Doom and Gloom society, NASA claims the world as we know it will collapse because of “too much inequality and too few natural resources that could leave the West vulnerable to a Roman Empire-style fall”.

It’s back to the classroom for daydreaming NASA researchers because the world is more than just the West and third world countries have resources,  too.

The sky is not falling and no one’s yet ducking for cover because they’ve all heard it before.  Wasn’t it the Muslims, to insure trade routes went through the Middle East, who tagged the mighty Atlantic Ocean as the “green sea of darkness”?

NASA’s foray into social justice should be:  “How minds rot when you’re stuck in front of a computer instead of space walking 101’ for all public school children.

With Obama sparring with Vladimir Putin over the recent annexation of Crimea, his administration is playing big footsie with Russia now that NASA is paying a whopping $424 million to get Obama-grounded astronauts back into space.

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Spar Wars with Putin bringing America’s biggest clowns out on the world stage || By Judi McLeod


Proletariat to Vladimir Putin: Banning U.S. Senators and officials from visiting Russia, including Sen. ‘Little Dick’ Durbin is a colossal waste of time.  Obama bought-and-paid-for senators and officials are far too busy working feverishly to bring down the United States of America to bother visiting Russia.

If it’s a socialist state you dream of for America, Obama’s already doing the job.

Since 2008, U.S. senators and Obama officials have had their very own ‘Land of the Czars’,  and the state of its health is getting more worrisome by day.

Holding world attention enrapt,  the ‘Spar Wars’ between America and Russia is mostly garish window dressing.

Were it not for Obama’s metrosexual signature, we could write Spar Wars off as “Boys will be boys”.

Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin may have hit the nail on the head when he accused President Barack Obama of being a “prankster”.  “I think some prankster prepared the draft of this Act of the US president.” (Twitter)

Obama is freezing the non-existing American assets of 11 Russian and Ukrainian officials,  banning them from using U.S. banks and banning their travel to the U.S.

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Ukraine and Our Useless Outrage: The history of Obama’s foreign-policy posturing bodes ill for the future of Ukraine || Victor Davis Hanson | COURTESY: Maj Dennis Shea, USAF (Ret) ​ MILINET



Don’t step over the line and re-militarize the Rhineland. Absorbing Austria would cross a red line. Breaking up Czechoslovakia is unacceptable. Get out of Poland by the announced deadline. The rest was history.

Don’t dare blow up another American military barracks overseas. Don’t even consider another attack on the World Trade Center. Don’t even try blowing up one more American embassy in East Africa. Don’t ever put a hole in a U.S. warship again. The rest was history.

President Obama issued yet another one of those sorts of warnings to stop the violence to Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych just before protesters drove Yanukovych out of office. “There will be consequences if people step over the line,” Obama threatened.

Ben Rhodes, Obama’s deputy national-security adviser, amplified that veiled warning. He called the Ukrainian government’s repression “completely outrageous” — as opposed to just outrageous or completely, completely outrageous. 

Secretary of State John Kerry joined the chorus of condemnation by hinting at economic sanctions if Yanukovych didn’t stop his violent crackdown on protesters.

Why does this rhetorical assault sound familiar?

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