Monthly Archives: October 2011

Is Herman Cain Ready for the Pressure of Being a Front Runner?

The dismal political environment in the United States can bring with it some changes that in previous election cycles would’ve been outright impossible.  The two major parties have created such an expectation of petty political games, corruption, incompetence, and a … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, NAVY!

Today marks the 236th birthday of the U.S. Navy.  Challenges abound for our sea service, but as has been true throughout the history of nations, being the dominant sea power is the doorway to the path of being the dominant … Continue reading

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Political Drama to Unfold at GOP Debate Tonight

Every four years we hold Presidential elections, and every four years, I am subject to so much pandering, yellow journalism, and outright lying in the name of a campaign that I am convinced it is taking years off of my … Continue reading

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That Didn’t Take Long; Government to Put Americans on ‘Kill List’

I did a post tuesday on my discomfort and alarm at the Obama administration setting the precedent of killing an American citizen, terrorist Anwar al-Alawki, without any attempt at due process. Today we get this story. As expected, it’s all … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts

I’m spending my morning scanning the headlines and my news outlets for a topic for a full-on post. As the morning hours on, I’m hopeful that will happen. In the meantime, if you are looking for news and posts of … Continue reading

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Elimination of Terror Leader Brings With It a Serious Question

The recent death of terror leader Anwar al-Awlaki marked a great victory in American efforts to dismantle foreign Islamic terror organizations aimed at killing more Americans and our allies. Al-Awlaki’s death in a drone strike is yet another blow deadly … Continue reading

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The Return….

Professional changes in the life of your humble authors life (as well as a news cycle that I found to simply be more of the same) led to the hiatus from The American Front here in 2011. However, with a … Continue reading

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