Fact check: Trump never called for ‘murder’ of terrorists’ families

Pro_Hamas_Rally_in_DamascusAs it turns out, hyperbole isn’t just an extreme actor from the Indian subcontinent.

With one of the trademarks of the Trump for President campaign being the claim that the media is either hard left leaning or nesting comfortably in the hip pockets of the establishment political parties, or both, the latest from the Fourth Estate just may be proving Trump’s point. Continue reading “Fact check: Trump never called for ‘murder’ of terrorists’ families”

Bogus CIA ‘torture’ report: You don’t have to watch, just stay out of the way

maxresdefault

Editorial

Obama’s wussification of America has now spread to our British cousins. Renown for impeccable manners and a penchant for world domination, the Brits (unfortunately) have decided to embrace the former and abandon the latter. From the country that awards children a trophy simply for having lungs that exchange oxygen for carbon dioxide, the London government is now ordering their troops fighting the Afghan Taliban “not to shout in terror suspects’ ears, use ‘insulting words,’ or bang their fists on tables or walls during interrogations.”

Continue reading “Bogus CIA ‘torture’ report: You don’t have to watch, just stay out of the way”

Debate rages if water boarding is torture or just an uncomfortable few seconds

Victim plunges to death at the hands of terrorists. Photo via Tumblr.
Victim plunges to death at the hands of terrorists. Photo via Tumblr.

In the wake of Senate Democrats releasing to the world a partisan report regarding U.S. government authorized enhanced interrogation techniques (EIT), to include water boarding, NBC News is reporting on Dec. 11, 2015 that due to the Dems release of the report, even the Taliban are accusing the United States of still torturing members of their terrorist organization. NBC News also made note that in the same breath the Taliban was alluding to America being evil, they also claimed responsibility for two separate terrorist bombing in the Afghan capital.

Continue reading “Debate rages if water boarding is torture or just an uncomfortable few seconds”