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9/11, Koran Burning Preachers, And Mosques At Ground Zero – How Did We Get Here?

Dyer Sez: This past weekend, we remembered the ninth anniversary of the attacks of 9/11. While I was in mourning for that terrible day, as many were in the US, I also was grieving what we have lost as a … Continue reading

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OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO CONTINUE WIRELESS WIRETAPS

Dy’er Sez: Citing that it would expose ongoing intelligence work, Attorney General Holder is planning on dropping a lawsuit filed against the government over wireless wiretapping of the American public. Recently, Obama signed into law a bill which made the release … Continue reading

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OBAMA THE WAR CRIMINAL: PRESIDENT OFFICIALLY COVERS UP BUSH ADMINISTRATION WAR CRIMES

Dy’er Sez: So Obama signed the bill that he ‘ordered’ Congress to fashion which will keep the torture photos from ever coming before the eyes of the public. This means that Obama is an INTENTIONAL accessory to the war crimes of … Continue reading

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OBAMA’S ANSWER TO RELEASING TORTURE PHOTOS? GET CONGRESS TO CHANGE THE LAW.

Dy’er Sez: This is an absolute abuse of power on behalf of Obama, and show very clearly that he is nothing more than a tyrant along the same lines as Bush. Constitutional Law Scholar Jonathan Turley wrote an excellent piece on … Continue reading

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Obama Administration to Consider “Interrogation Unit”

Dy’er Sez: So, the current administration looked at what Bush did in utilizing the CIA for interrogations and said, “Awww shucks, we can one-up that!” If this does go through I’ll bet that the ability for congressional oversight will be even … Continue reading

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