Most of what happens is not complicated.
Obama continues to dither. He does not arm the Sunnis and the Kurds. He does not let our military quickly obliterate ISIS. He does not have the effective Coalition of Allies he pretends to have created.
ISIS is in the United States and will again attack.
Whose side is Obama on?
President Ronald Reagan spoke on Memorial Day, 16 May 1982, at Arlington National Cemetery. Reagan’s words give us insight into the sacrifices of our military men and women who have fought and died that we might have Liberty.
Nearly 300 more of Hillary Clinton’s emails were released late on Friday just before the three-day Memorial Day weekend. These released emails relate to Hillary’s involvement with the United States Consulate and Diplomatic Facility in Benghazi between 2011 and 2012.
We are just learning that the Obama Administration has known for quite some time that Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda Jihadist leaders were working in Iran to plan and coordinate the killing of United States military troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is now publically known from documents taken from bin Laden’s home at the time he was killed.
The loss of Ramadi is not a minor setback or a bump in the road, as the Obama Administration and Obama’s underlings in the Pentagon would have us believe. The loss of Ramadi to ISIS is a catastrophe of enormous proportions.