Today we start off with FOX News and then it’s Frank Salvato, Managing
Editor of the New Media Journal, who lets us know what he thinks of
the Senate …
Frank points out what we’re now seeing in Washington, DC is ‘Chicago
style‘ Politics that he’s seen for many years and there’s more on the
way. Get ready America to find out what Liberalism is really all
You’ll also hear what the ‘dynamic duo’ think will happen in Israel
after the elections which the Likud Party is expected to win, between
Israel and Iran in the …
Ft Myers, FL. today and the people are
being bussed in from across Florida to make sure Barack Obama has a
full and excited partisan house of supporters when he gives his
Then there’s the latest from the DOD about the Global War on Terror
directly from the source…
Our Business News today includes how the Markets are reacting to the
passage of the Economic Stimulus Bill. Try DOWN some 400 points at the
time of this broadcast! Investors aren’t buying what President Barack
Obama is selling…
Get in on knowing what others won’t unless they tune in to hear “The
Captain’s AMERICA” Radio Show…
I thought the rest of the world was going to love us if we elected B. Hussein Obama! Somebody better tell the Indian Muslims. As everyone but President-elect B. Hussein Obama’s base knows, many of the Guantanamo detainees cannot be sent to their home countries, cannot be released and cannot be tried. They need to be held in some form of extra-legal limbo the rest of their lives, sort of like Phil Spector.
And now they’re Obama’s problem.
If Obama wants his detention of Islamic terrorists to be dramatically different from Bush’s Guantanamo, my suggestion is that he cut off — so to speak — the expensive prosthetic limb procedures now being granted the detained terrorists. Read more of Ann Coulter HERE
By George Friedman – from Strafor.com
Three weeks after the U.S. presidential election, we are getting the first signs of how President-elect Barack Obama will govern. That now goes well beyond the question of what is conventionally considered U.S. foreign policy — and thus beyond Stratfor’s domain. At this moment in history, however, in the face of the global financial crisis, U.S. domestic policy is intimately bound to foreign policy. How the United States deals with its own internal financial and economic problems will directly affect the rest of the world.
One thing the financial crisis has demonstrated is that the world is very much America-centric, in fact and not just in theory. When the United States runs into trouble, so does the rest of the globe. It follows then that the U.S. response to the problem affects the rest of the world as well. Therefore, Obama’s plans are in many ways more important to countries around the world than whatever their own governments might be planning.
Iranian leaders say the world financial crisis indicates the end of capitalism, the failure of liberal democracy and divine punishment — marking the superiority of the Islamic republic’s political model.”The school of Marxism has collapsed and the sound of the West’s cracking liberal democracy is now being heard,” supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Monday, recalling the fate of the Soviet Union.
Hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who is backed by Khamenei, said on Tuesday that “it is the end of capitalism.”
Such convictions can be traced back to the ideals of the 1979 Islamic revolution, which Ahmadinejad has sought to revive since he rose to power in 2005. More from Breitbart
By George Friedman – from Strafor.com
After a three-month hiatus, Iran seems set to re-emerge near the top of the U.S. agenda. Last week, the Iranian government congratulated U.S. President-elect Barack Obama on his Nov. 4 electoral victory. This marks the first time since the Iranian Revolution that such greetings have been sent.
While it seems trivial, the gesture is quite significant. It represents a diplomatic way for the Iranians to announce that they regard Obama’s election as offering a potential breakthrough in 30 years of U.S. relations with Iran. At his press conference, Obama said he does not yet have a response to the congratulatory message, and reiterated that he opposes Iran’s nuclear program and its support for terrorism. The Iranians returned to criticizing Obama after this, but without their usual passion.
The Warming of U.S.-Iranian Relations
The warming of U.S.-Iranian relations did not begin with Obama’s election; it began with the Russo-Georgian War. In the weeks and months prior to the August war, the United States had steadily increased tensions with Iran. This process proceeded along two tracks.
On one track, the United States pressed its fellow permanent members of the U.N. Security Council (Russia, China, France and the United Kingdom) and Germany to join Washington in imposing additional sanctions on Iran. U.S. Undersecretary for Political Affairs William J. Burns joined a July 19 meeting between EU foreign policy adviser Javier Solana and Iranian national security chief Saeed Jalili, which was read as a thaw in the American position on Iran. The Iranian response was ambiguous, which is a polite way of saying that Tehran wouldn’t commit to anything. The Iranians were given two weeks after the meeting to provide an answer or face new sanctions.
Governor Sarah Palin, our future vice president, speaks in Toledo, Ohio, on the important topic of energy independence.
by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu
(IsraelNN.com) Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama’s stand on Iran is “utterly immature,” French President Nicolas Sarkozy told Israel, according to the Hebrew-language daily Haaretz. Sarkozy has clearly stated that Iran’s nuclear sites could be bombed if Tehran develops a nuclear weapon, but he has expressed fears that Sen. Obama, if elected President, would oppose such a move.
The United States and the other four permanent members of the United Nations Security Council have spoken with one voice against Iran’s nuclear program and have backed sanctions designed to persuade the Islamic Republic to abandon the process. However, French President Sarkozy expressed worry that Sen. Obama might open direct dialogue with Iran “without preconditions.” Full article here
Sixteen foreign nationals and corporations have been indicted on charges of illegally exporting potential military and explosives components to Iran, FOX News has learned.
A federal grand jury in Miami returned the 13-count indictment on Sept. 11 and unsealed it on Wednesday. Included in the charges are conspiracy, violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act and the United States Iran Embargo, and making false statements to federal agencies in connection with the export of thousands of U.S. goods to Iran.
The defendants are also charged with purchasing and exporting U.S. goods to Iran through “middle countries,” including the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, England, Germany and Singapore.
All of the items identified in the charges have potential military applications, including as components in the construction of improvised explosive devices, or IEDs. More from FoxNews
After reading the above and the post by private investigator, Bill Warner, on his website, I was reminded of an incident I wrote about for Family Security Matters in January of this year, Port of Miami – Terrorism and Trucking. The incident was sparked by inconsistencies in the stories from the driver of the white Freightliner. The story was quickly buried.
The FSM story focused on terrorism and the trucking industry, however, the report by Fox News and Mr. Warner confirms what we suspected from day one – that there was something more nefarious than three men from Dearborn, Michigan, transporting “auto parts”…..
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran’s hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was quoted Saturday as saying crude oil prices at $115 a barrel are too low, and that oil must “discover its real value.”
Oil prices have hit all-time highs above $115 a barrel in recent weeks, amid reports that oil and gasoline stocks in the United States were lower than expected and as the dollar sinks to record lows.
“The oil price of $115 a barrel in today’s global markets is a deceiving figure. Oil is a strategic commodity that needs to discover its real value,” the Web site of Iran’s state-run television quoted Ahmadinejad as saying. More from FoxNews
Not that we really care what terrorist/dictator Mahmoud Iminajihad has to say……