Despite almost three times as many British Muslims serve in the ranks of ISIS than Her Majesty’s Armed Forces, the central government’s nation-wide plan to de-radicalize homegrown Islamic jihadists is “bursting at the seams” and apparently on the verge of falling apart. As reported by the Breitbart.com news portal and the Express newspaper (of London, Great Britain) both on Aug. 29, 2015, the island nation’s officially titled “Channel programme” is collapsing under its own weight.
Buried deep in Barack Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address was almost a dismissive reference to global terrorism, according to key Congressional Republicans as reported by Fox News on Jan. 20, 2015. Possibly compounding the Commander-in-Chief’s GOP criticism of his strategy for fighting terrorism would be that as Obama spoke before a joint session of Congress, the nation that he once cited as a “success story” has essentially fallen to yet another Islamic Jihadist terrorist organization, as reported by The Washington Post on Jan. 21, 2015.
Hope and Change is easy. Being the leader of the Free World is hard …
American chief executive Barack Obama gave plenty for his critics to pounce upon when he stated in the Netherlands that Russia is simply a “regional power,” as well as declaring the Belgium that Moscow doesn’t have any “global ideology,” as reported by the right-of-center Front Page Magazine on March 28, 2014, and the Christian Science Monitor of March 29, 2014.
In what cold easily be describes as prime examples of 1970s weirdness, both the book and the film “The 7-Per-Cent Solution” derives the title not from any type of problem solving, but the amount of cocaine Sherlock Holmes was injecting into himself.
Not quite as low as 7/100ths, the Obama Administration is accepting much less than 100% as acceptable despite Obama’s penchant for consumer-tech analogies, and also that the corporate world has a much higher expectation of excellence, as reported by both The Washington Times and the technology-centric news portal Venture Beat on Nov. 18, 2013
Touting they would enroll seven million Americans in the ObamaCare market exchange by early next year seems to be falling a little short. No, make that a lot short, as reported by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on Nov. 11, 2013 and the left-of-center news portal Politico.com on June 24, 2013.
Health insurance industry insiders are signalling that fewer than 50,000 citizens have successfully enrolled in a private insurance plan using the HealthCare.gov (aka: “ObamaCare”) on-line marketplace, far shorter than the 500,000 estimated to enroll before the dawning of All Saints Day.