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The figures Clapper used are publicly available and, as if we needed and more proof, demonstrate that the administration lies about anything and everything. If you read Kerry's and Obama's words carefully, you can see that they are not talking about terrorism and Clapper is. I'm very pleased to be living in a time when human life expectancy is increasing, but don't tell me that my chances of dying from a terrorist incident are lower today than at any point in history. That is simply not so.
"...he might have faced a court marshal...". When reporting on military matters, it would be helpful to use correct terminology. It is a "court martial".
Which amendment to the Constitution addresses the "right" to an abortion?
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William6382 Wrote: Feb 18, 2015 11:58 AM
And the allies had little except a firm commitment to resist and the Russians tying a substantial number of Germans down in the east. Once the US got out of the cheap seats and onto the field, things began to change.
It's unfortunate that the term "Unidentified Flying Object (UFO)" has come to mean alien aircraft. It means nothing more than something was allegedly observed and no one was able to verify what (or even if) it was.
Why am I reminded of the observation that, "being in a church doesn't make you a Christian any more than being in a garage makes you a car"?
And he later said that we are not in a state of war. News flash for the AG: Islamic terrorists are at war with us and are not afraid to admit it. But what do they know? It's really nothing more than a socio-economic problem that can be solved with the right kind of entitlement program.
"Jobs for Jihadis" may be a bridge too far. Why not start small with a proof of concept effort to reduce the violence in Chicago? Oh, that's right. We've had one of those called the Great Society since the 1960s. How's that working out?
#21: We'll have a President whose objective is NOT to see how far he can push US citizens before they take up arms and revolt.
Democrats are not really concerned about education in the state, except to the extent that the money allocated to it continues to flow. It supports a jobs program for "education administrators" in the Baltimore City and Prince George's and Montgomery counties. Little of the money gets to the classrooms. If it did, and if money was an indication of the quality of education, the best performing schools in Maryland would be in Baltimore City. Alas, Baltimore gets the most money per student, but comes in dead last among 24 jurisdictions for education quality.
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