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The Captain’s AMERICA Radio Show For Feb. 10th

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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 Economic Stimulus Package

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
about…

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 Middle East

President Barack Obama is in 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
speech…

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…

‘The Captain’

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February 10, 2009 Posted by | economy, Politics, the captains america, trucking, War on terror | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Captain’s AMERICA Radio Show For Feb.5th

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Tune in today to hear special guest Debra Argel who is a member of the
Special Operations Warriors Foundation. Debra lost her son in Iraq in
2005 and has been both help and is a helper of the SOWF
Organization…

We talk about the mission and the programs offerred by SOWF to our
Military Troops and their Families…

You’ll also hear the latest from FOX and Israeli News letting you know
all the latest going on in the World around you…

Follow that up with the latest on the Global War on Terror from the
Dept. of Defense and our “Heroes Segment” where another brave
Military person is honored for service ‘above and beyond the call of
duty’…

We have another Business News segment letting you know how the
Business sector and Stock Market is reacting to our most recent
economical news…

We finish up with ‘The Captain’ talking about the current status of
the Economic Stimulous Package now in the U.S. Senate and what will
‘probably’ happen to it so it gains passage in the Senate. One thing
IS for sure, there WILL be an Economic Stimulous Package PASSED by the
Congress and signed by Pres. Barack Obama BEFORE the end of the Month
of February. The only question is, “how much PORK will be cut out of
it”…

God Bless America and ALL those who defend, protect and serve her
keeping all of us free and safe…

‘The Captain’

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February 6, 2009 Posted by | Commentary, economy, Iraq, Politics, the captains america, trucking, War on terror | , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

KBR wins more Iraq work

KBR Inc. has been awarded a $35.4 million contract by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for design and construction of a convoy support center at Camp Adder in Iraq.

Houston-based KBR (NYSE: KBR) will build a power plant, electrical distribution center, water purification and distribution system and other infrastructure, including paved roads.

The work by the engineering and construction services company is expected to begin in February.  From the Houston Business Journal

For more information or how to apply, go to KBR’s website HERE

January 31, 2009 Posted by | Homeland Security, trucking, War on terror | , , , , | Leave a comment

Strategic Divergence: The War Against the Taliban and the War Against Al Qaeda

By George Friedman – from Stratfor.com

Washington’s attention is now zeroing in on Afghanistan. There is talk of doubling U.S. forces there, and preparations are being made for another supply line into Afghanistan — this one running through the former Soviet Union — as an alternative or a supplement to the current Pakistani route. To free up more resources for Afghanistan, the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq probably will be accelerated. And there is discussion about whether the Karzai government serves the purposes of the war in Afghanistan. In short, U.S. President Barack Obama’s campaign promise to focus on Afghanistan seems to be taking shape.

We have discussed many aspects of the Afghan war in the past; it is now time to focus on the central issue. What are the strategic goals of the United States in Afghanistan? What resources will be devoted to this mission? What are the intentions and capabilities of the Taliban and others fighting the United States and its NATO allies? Most important, what is the relationship between the war against the Taliban and the war against al Qaeda? If the United States encounters difficulties in the war against the Taliban, will it still be able to contain not only al Qaeda but other terrorist groups? Does the United States need to succeed against the Taliban to be successful against transnational Islamist terrorists? And assuming that U.S. forces are built up in Afghanistan and that the supply problem through Pakistan is solved, are the defeat of Taliban and the disruption of al Qaeda likely? Continue reading

January 27, 2009 Posted by | Homeland Security, Iraq | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Jihadism in 2009: The Trends Continue

From Stratfor.com

By Fred Burton and Scott Stewart

For the past several years, we have published an annual forecast for al Qaeda and the jihadist movement. Since the January 2006 forecast, we have focused heavily on the devolution of jihadism from a phenomenon focused primarily on al Qaeda the group to one based primarily on al Qaeda the movement. Last year, we argued that al Qaeda was struggling to remain relevant and that al Qaeda prime had been marginalized in the physical battlefield. This marginalization of al Qaeda prime had caused that group to forfeit its position at the vanguard of the physical jihad, though it remained deeply involved in the leadership of the ideological battle.

As a quick reminder, Stratfor views what most people refer to as “al Qaeda” as a global jihadist network rather than a monolithic entity. This network consists of three distinct entities. The first is a core vanguard, which we frequently refer to as al Qaeda prime, comprising Osama bin Laden and his trusted associates. The second is composed of al Qaeda franchise groups such as al Qaeda in Iraq, and the third comprises the grassroots jihadist movement inspired by al Qaeda prime and the franchise groups.

As indicated by the title of this forecast, we believe that the trends we have discussed in previous years will continue, and that al Qaeda prime has become marginalized on the physical battlefield to the extent that we have not even mentioned their name in the title. The regional jihadist franchises and grassroots operatives pose a much more significant threat in terms of security concerns, though it is important to note that those concerns will remain tactical and not rise to the level of a strategic threat. In our view, the sort of strategic challenge that al Qaeda prime posed with the 9/11 attacks simply cannot be replicated without a major change in geopolitical alignments — a change we do not anticipate in 2009.
Continue reading

January 10, 2009 Posted by | Homeland Security, Iraq, trucking | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

KGL, Iraq Contractor, May Avoid $4.9 Million Fatality Verdict

Jan. 9 (Bloomberg) — A federal judge has said he may be forced to render an “injustice” and cancel his order telling a Kuwaiti military contractor in Iraq to pay $4.9 million to the family of a U.S. Army officer killed in a road accident.

The contractor, Kuwait & Gulf Link Transport Co., is asking U.S. District Judge William Duffey in Atlanta to throw out the 2007 default judgment, arguing he lacks jurisdiction over the foreign company for a wreck that happened overseas.

Duffey’s remarks at a Dec. 5 hearing suggest he is leaning in that direction, said an attorney for the family of deceased Lieutenant Colonel Dominic Rocco Baragona. The judge might rule at any time.

“I think what the defendant has done here is ghastly,” the judge said, referring to the Safat, Kuwait-based trucking company, according to a transcript of the hearing. “I’m going to interpret my law and my Constitution the way my courts tell me that I should, even though in the bottom of my heart I might think that I am ultimately working an injustice.”  More HERE

January 9, 2009 Posted by | Iraq, trucking | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Exclusive: Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law

From the editors of FamilySecurityMatters:

In her latest book, Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law, author Nonie Darwish paints a chilling description of what lies ahead for Western civilizations that continue down the road of political correctness and appeasement as Islamic (Shariah) law creeps its way into free societies across the globe. Darwish, who was born in Cairo, and moved as a child to Gaza with her family, was raised Muslim – her father founding Palestinian fedayeen units which launched terrorist raids across Israel’s southern border. When Nonie was only eight, her father was assassinated by the IDF, after which he was recognized as a shahid, or martyr for Islam. Darwish immigrated to the United States in 1978.  

Islamic Law and the ensuing threats to Western civilization are subjects Darwish discusses with a passion and knowledge borne only of one who grew up within it can have. Having left Islam as an adult and having converted to Christianity, she has shared her experiences in Islam with her first book, Now They Call Me Infidel. Now with her second book, Cruel and Usual Punishment: The Terrifying Global Implications of Islamic Law, she explains in layman’s terms the meaning of Shariah law and the implications that face those who embrace it. Nonie Darwish visited with FamilySecurityMatters.org to discuss the book:
 
Renee Taylor for FSM: What are some of the implications for Western civilizations of accepting Shariah law into their societies?
 
Nonie Darwish: Today, Muslims have moved to Europe, America, Australia and Canada. They argued for Shariah law and got it. In England now, they are practicing marriage and inheritance laws. It is important for the West to realize and understand that Islamic law does not give equal rights to all. It discriminates between men and women. There are laws for Muslims, laws for non-Muslims. Women and non-Muslims have much more oppressive laws, giving Muslim men authority over them. If we allow such laws, we will find ourselves approving discrimination in our society between people. That is totally against Western democracy and values, especially the U.S. Constitution. I wrote this book because it is very important for the West to understand what they allow. Shariah law itself was not part of Islam when Mohammed died. It was created by the Muslim heads of state because Islam was moving very fast to conquer many countries. They needed Islamic law to rule over all these lands. It is inspired by the Koran and by the Hadith sayings of Mohammed. All areas of Islamic society are rooted in Islamic law, which is tyrannical law. full article HERE

January 8, 2009 Posted by | Homeland Security | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

“The Captain’s AMERICA” Radio Show Podcast

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On today’s show you’ll hear breaking news about the possible disclosure of Barack Obama‘s being born in Kenya as a copy of the
Hawaiian Divorce Decree of Obama’s parent’s is going to surface on the Internet…

There’s just one problem with this and that is nomatter what shows up, Barack Hussein Obama WILL be sworn in as President on Jan. 20th in
Washington, DC. For anyone who is thinking otherwise, it’s NOT going to happen…

The Democratic controlled Senate and Congress is NOT going to allow anything that will upset Obama’s proverbial ‘apple cart’ for the next
4 years and everyone needs to accept that as a fact and get on with the Country’s business at hand…

Our guest today, Frank Salvato, Managing Editor of the New Media Journal echoes that fact as there’s also talk about MN’s new Senator-
Elect Al Franken and the legal challenges facing him from GOP Senator Norm Coleman as more votes than voters have surfaced in 25 MN
Precincts…

You’ll also hear the breaking news about IL Gov Rod Blagojevich’s U.S. Senate appointee Burress who was denied his seat in the Senate
today…

Not to forget about the news coming from the Gaza Strip and straight from reporters in the area with Israeli News…

You’ll also hear the latest from our Dept. of Defense in the Global War on Terror as “The Captain’s AMERICA” Radio Show keeps you informed
on what’s going on in the World around you…

Get in on knowing what others won’t talk about and become a regular listener…

God Bless America!

‘The Captain’

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January 7, 2009 Posted by | Iraq, Obama-bots, Politics, the captains america, trucking | , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

We Stink

J. D. Pendry

According to Democrat Senator Harry Reid we are little more than putrid peasants. On opening the new Capitol Visitor’s Center, the Senator was most grateful that he would no longer have to smell the Americans who wished to visit the palatial digs they paid for with their blood and tax dollars. Sadly, I fear Senator Reid is not alone in his aristocratic view of the peasantry.

Yes Senator Reid there is a stench emanating from Washington. I suggest that to locate the source of it, you begin searching in increasingly larger concentric circles around your own little piece of the Capitol building. The peasantry will have to tolerate Harry Reid et al as long as the people keep sending them back to Washington. Harry Reid is an insignificant man who, if history remembers him at all, will recall that he declared a victory in Iraq as a lost war and went on to lead the most ineffective and least popular Congress our nation has ever known.  More HERE

December 7, 2008 Posted by | Commentary, Homeland Security, War on terror | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Terrorists’ Restless Leg Syndrome

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

November 26, 2008 Posted by | Homeland Security, Iraq, War on terror | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment