Pamela Geller and the Heroes of the Garland Jihadist Attack

Pamela Geller deserves our gratitude for standing defiantly, against violent Islamic radicals and their supporters in the media who would force us to submit to curtailment of our First Amendment rights to freedom of speech, press and religion. On Sunday evening, May 4 two gunmen opened fire outside a complex in Garland Texas where The […]

Bin Laden Photos Will Not Be Published

On Wednesday The White House announced President Obama decision not to release any photos of Osama bin Laden’s body.  Under the law The President has absolute and sole authority over the photos and whether or not to make them public. Nobody has been more critical of President Obama than Liberty Works.  We would aggressively argue […]

Obama’s Obligations to The Military

General McChrystal lost his command Tuesday after he and his aids made disrespectful remarks about the President, Vice President and civilian officials that were published in Rolling Stone Magazine.  The entire political-media establishment has piled on, in unanimous criticism of McChrystal.  But what about Obama and his team?  Were they part of the problem? Such […]

Obama’s War With Words

On Thursday everyone waited apprehensively for the President’s remarks, because National security adviser James Jones had warned that Americans would feel a “certain shock” when they learned of systemic failures in intelligence operations that were supposed to keep them safe.  But nobody who wasn’t in a coma since the Christmas terrorist attack was shocked.  He […]

Equivocation from The Commander In Chief

Obama attempted to rebut criticism, including from here at Liberty Works, that the 90 days he spent ruminating on General McChrystals recommendations and troop requests was an inexcusable delay, undermining US troops and encouraging the enemy.  Here’s his weasel language: There has never been an option before me that called for troop deployments before 2010, […]

Obama Campaign Theme In Afghanistan Speech

The President began with a reminder of the strong justification for the Afghanistan operation. We did not ask for this fight. On September 11, 2001, 19 men hijacked four airplanes and used them to murder nearly 3,000 people…As we know, these men belonged to al Qaeda…Al Qaeda’s base of operations was in Afghanistan, where they […]

Politics Vs Afghanistan Surge

Commander In Chief Decision Watch: Day 76 . Why, has President Obama still not decided what to do about Afghanistan? The President appointed General Stanley McChrystal to be commander of the Afghanistan Theater.  On August 30 Gen. McChrystal completed an assessment that Obama ordered, and submitted his 66 page report.  The exhaustive, brutally realistic review […]

Commander In Chief Decision Watch: Day 74

Echoes of Vietnam The media report that President Obama is considering a “compromise” that would send fewer troops to Afghanistan than General McChrystal requested to accomplish this mission, that Obama declared in March: So I want the American people to understand that we have a clear and focused goal: to disrupt, dismantle, and defeat al […]

Commander In Chief Decision Watch: Day 72

Seventy Two days ago President Obama received the assessment, strategic plan and resource request he had ordered from General McChrystal, the man he appointed to command the Afghanistan operation. As the troops continue to struggle in Afghanistan, the President continues to dither and avoid making a decision. On Monday CBS reported that the President was […]

Commander In Chief Decision Watch: Day 58

The Usual Suspects Excuse Presidential Dithering Monday, the 57th day since Gen. McChrystal submitted his Afghanistan assessment, recommendations, and urgent  troop request, President Obama and his advisers held yet another “high level” meeting (#6) to consider the matter. While officials insist there is no possibility of  abandoning the effort there seems to be a real […]

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