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The Afghanistan Agreement: Thanks, Neville Chamberlain

Last night, at 6:30 p.m. Central, the 44th president of the United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, gave a 15 minute address concerning the “end of the war” in Afghanistan. The speech was given at Bagram Air Force Base, … Continue reading

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Robert Bales is a Dead Man Walking

I’ll cut to the chase: it is my firm belief that Staff Sgt. Robert Bales – the soldier accused of slaughtering 16 Afghan civilians – will face a court martial for murder, be found guilty on all counts and expeditiously … Continue reading

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Your Moment of Political Zen

This screen cap from the Drudge Report, made sometime late yesterday afternoon, pretty much sums up the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama: And in celebration of that moment I offer this music video hit from 1985:

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Panetta Disarms…Our Troops

How bad is the Obama Administration’s disdain for America’s brightest and best? It bottomed out when our soldiers were ordered to disarm prior to attending a speech given by the Secretary of Defense. Less than a week after a US … Continue reading

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Critical Mass in Afghanistan

No matter the discipline, no matter the training, no matter the tempering that comes from years of experience under the harshest conditions, every man has a breaking point: that crucial juncture of time and space where the burden that weighs … Continue reading

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Today in History – March 10

Courtesy of our friends at History.com, I am pleased to begin each and every day of the week here at Bulldog Pundit with a snippet of some important event that occurred on this date sometime in the past. Some events … Continue reading

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The Apologist

There has been a lot of grumbling, eye rolling and outright tumult on both sides of the Atlantic over the Quran burnings in Afghanistan and President Obama’s subsequent apology. The reaction from the Afghans themselves has been extreme and utterly undeserving … Continue reading

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Beyond the Vale of Sorrow

For my part, the belated epiphany came a couple of years ago after reading an article published by Andrew McCarthy in the National Review Online that, regretfully, I cannot now locate. In essence, McCarthy took issue with the proposition that … Continue reading

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Of Apologies and Apostasy

America’s Brightest and Best have been fighting and dying in Afghanistan since we commenced military operations there in 2001. Currently, our casualties in that theater stand at 1,904 killed and 14,342 wounded. President Barack Hussein Obama has taken it upon … Continue reading

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The Pander Bear Saves Face

Just as the true test of personal character is what a person does when no one is watching, so the true test of political character is what a politician does when everyone is watching. That is to say, is the … Continue reading

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