A section of the Parchin military facility in Iran

Image Suggests More Suspicious Activity at Parchin Military Facility In Iran

A new satellite image suggests that additional suspicious activity may be occurring at the Parchin site in Iran, according to a report by the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS). The new GeoEye image dated August 15, 2012 shows that additional suspicious activity may be occurring at a building suspected of housing high explosive […]

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Maj, Gen. Dan Harel

Press Revealing Israel’s Weak Spots, Says General

Major General (res.) Dan Harel warned Sunday that the public debate around the possible attack on the Iranian nuclear program is causing “direct damage” to Israel’s security. In an interview on Voice of Israel government-sponsored radio, Harel slammed Israeli newspapers for pointing out in detail where the Israeli home front’s vulnerable sites are located, as […]

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WH: Federal Revenue Hit All-Time High of $2.57T—In 2007 Under Bush

(CNSNews.com) – According to data published by the White House Office of Management and Budget and the U.S. Treasury, federal revenues hit an all-time high of approximately $2.57 trillion—back in fiscal 2007 under President George W. Bush. Earlier this year, OMB published a table as part of President Barack Obama’s 2013 budget proposal that showed […]

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Mitt Romney Playing it Safe, Tonight He Just Played Not To Lose

The final presidential debate is over, and Mitt Romney played it very safe. The Republican candidate has had a relatively unremarkable debate, devoid of any major flubs, but also lacking in memorable attack lines or zingers against President Barack Obama. Romney has missed several opportunities to hit his opponent head on, including on the issue of Libya, […]

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Why Tonight’s Debate Was Toned Down

If you wondering why the debates were toned down tonight, Holly Bailey reported on Yahoo News earlier that the Romney campaign’s internal focus groups showed that swing voters didn’t like the confrontational second debate, which journalists and political junkies loved. Romney appeared to not want to take the risk and challenge Obama as he is […]

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Iranian Mullahs Panic Over Prospect of Romney Victory

Posted on October 21, 2012 by John Hinderaker From Israel National News comes this highly entertaining report on Iranian coverage of the presidential election: Iran’s government mouthpiece Press TV is panicking over the prospect of a defeat for President Barack Obama and warns that Mitt Romney will steal the election through “black-box” voting machines that […]

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A Damning Indictment of State Department Security in Benghazi

Last Friday, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee released 120 pages of documents on the situation in Benghazi, Libya, from March 2011 to September 2012. In light of these documents, the denial of additional U.S. security personnel in Libya is shocking. The documents provide plenty of new material for tonight’s presidential debate. Emails describe […]

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