1. Obama’s Policies to Empower ISIS
If you’ve been closely following the on-going battle with ISIS, also referred to as the Islamic State of Iraq, then you are probably already aware of the so called “actions” Obama and his administration have made to resolve the issue. With roughly 17,000 fighters, including an estimated 100 Americans and 500 UK Citizens, and the wealth of roughly $2 Billion – ISIS is a legitimate threat to National Security.
(Human Events) On September 10, President Obama announced, “America will lead a broad coalition to roll back this terrorist threat. Our objective is clear: We will degrade, and ultimately destroy, ISIS through a comprehensive and sustained counterterrorism strategy.”
Is it be possible that the very leader who is supposedly set out to “roll back this terrorist threat” to is actually EMPOWERING ISIS….? Read More
2. Clinton Emails REVEALED
On Friday The State Department released personal emails from Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State, which offered a new prospective revealing her “handling” of the attacks in Benghazi.
Washington (CNN) The roughly 300 emails, about 850 pages, are part of the 30,000 that she turned over to State from her private email server, which she used almost exclusively to conduct both private and public business during her time at State. They reveal a range of correspondence from Clinton, everything from policy briefs to scheduling requests to friendly exchanges with staff. White House press secretary Josh Earnest says the new emails “do not change in any way anyone’s understanding” of what happened in Benghazi, and the State Department reiterated the same in a tweet. Read More…
3. Iran Rejects Nuclear Facility Access
On Wednesday Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the second and current Supreme Leader of Iran and a Muslim cleric, told military commanders that Iran will combat “coercion and excessive demands” from US.
TEHRAN, Iran – Iran’s supreme leader vowed Wednesday he will not allow international inspection of Iran’s military sites or access to Iranian scientists under any nuclear agreement with world powers. Negotiators from Iran and a six nation group — the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany — have launched a new round of talks in Vienna focused on reaching a final deal that curbs Iran’s nuclear program in return for lifting economic sanctions. The two sides reached a framework agreement in March and hope to strike a final deal by June 30. Read More…
4. Clinton Foundation Admits Undisclosed $25 Million
This week new info from the Washington Post revealed over $26 million not disclosed from the Clinton Foundation. For weeks officials have been trying to clarify why the Clinton Foundation is refiling it’s taxes after “mistakes were made.”
(Washington Post) The Clinton Foundation reported Thursday that it has received as much as $26.4 million in previously undisclosed payments from major corporations, universities, foreign sources and other groups. The disclosure came as the foundation faced questions over whether it fully complied with a 2008 ethics agreement to reveal its donors and whether any of its funding sources present conflicts of interest for Hillary Rodham Clinton as she begins her presidential campaign. Read More…
5. Boy Scouts Leader Ends Ban on Gay Leaders
Franklin Graham, an evangelist and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, called out Robert Gates on Facebook for ending the organization’s ban on gay leaders.
(Newsmax) “Robert Gates, shame on you for not having the moral courage to do what is right,” Graham wrote in a Friday morning Facebook post that had received almost 32,000 “likes” and been shared by more than 8,700 others by late afternoon. Read More