William F. Jasper

Evidence continues to mount that President Obama and his administration intentionally left Benghazi diplomats unsafe and, after the 9/11 attack, tried to cover up their actions regarding Libya.

Get set for the Obama administration’s post-election tsunami of business-killing, job-killing, economy-killing federal regulations. It’s already begun. Take a look at www.regulations.gov, the administration’s regulatory website. The home page informs us that in the last 90 days, the administration has posted 5,934 new regulations.

Is it just a coincidence that several four-star generals and a two-star admiral get the axe or resign in disgrace within the space of less than a month? Do any of these have anything to do with the administration's Benghazigate scandal? Or are they, as some military observers suspect, only the first installment of the Obama agenda to decimate the military services?

Recently two very different women died, both at the age of 90: Helen Gurley Brown of Cosmopolitan magazine, who played a key role in the sexual revolution of the 1960s and "liberated" women from the "oppression of Christian morality," and Dolores Marie Jasper, devoted wife and mother who lived a valiant life of courage, faith, dignity, and love. Dolores Marie Jasper spent her life building up civilization, while Helen Gurley Brown did her best to tear it down.

 

Who are Bolat Bersebayev of Kazakhstan, Elchin Musaeyev of Azerbaijan, and their OSCE teammates from Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Albania, Tajikistan, and other despotic countries who are "monitoring" the U.S. elections?

Wednesday, 31 October 2012 11:03

Benghazi Backfire: Was Obama Arming Jihadists?

Was U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens engaged in arming militant Islamic jihadists when the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya, was attacked on September 11?

The Norwegian Nobel Committee, on October 10, named the European Union as the winner of the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize. The choice has struck many observers as odd, since the EU is anything but peaceful.

Although those who claim the United Nations is becoming a world government are still ridiculed, the push to empower the United Nations with global legislative, executive, and judicial powers has already yielded huge dividends, and UN bodies are now exercising those powers to various degrees — and constantly pushing to usurp more control.

Monday, 20 March 2006 00:00

Huge Win for Property Owners

Unbeknownst even to most legal experts, Wayne Hage has scored a major victory (in Hage v. United States) for ranchers, farmers, and all property owners.