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Woman Sings National Anthem In Every State, Uses History-Making Opportunity To Promote Patriotism
By American Security Council Foundation ASCF December 15, 2014 @ 3:24pmClick here to read more
On August 28th, standing in a downpour on Nashville’s LP Field, Janine Stange took the microphone and led the stadium in “The Star-Spangled Banner,” completing what had been a two-year long journey.
The Long Island native began singing the national anthem at events during high school and had always loved the spirit of the song and what it represented.
Janine Stange Sings Her Way Across the Country and Into History as “National Anthem Girl”
By American Security Council Foundation ASCF December 15, 2014 @ 3:21pmClick here to read more
Obama's failures tell us what to avoid
By John Bolton December 15, 2014 @ 10:16amClick here to read more
What role should foreign policy play in the 2016 presidential election campaign? With good reason, national-security issues will loom larger than at any point since the 2004 Bush-Kerry election. The international threats now facing America, Barack Obama's studied disinterest in dealing effectively with foreign challenges and adversaries and his pillaging and sacking of U.S. defense budgets have combined to leave the country and its allies in worldwide peril.
The 2014 congressional elections foreshadowed that voters understand better than many political “leaders” that we need greater focus on protecting the United States and advancing its interests internationally. In several campaigns, for example, national-security themes played major roles in Republican victories or helped challengers come far closer than originally anticipated.
Kerry to Meet Netanyahu as Palestinians Push for UN Resolution
By American Security Council Foundation ASCF December 15, 2014 @ 10:07amClick here to read more
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is due to hold talks Monday in Rome with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the first leg of a trip to assess the current state of Israeli-Palestinian issues.
The meeting comes as Palestinian officials push for a U.N. resolution that would call for an end to Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory within two years. A Jordanian-drafted resolution could be introduced at the U.N. Security Council this week.
Activists: Al-Qaida Fighters Seize Two Syrian Bases
By American Security Council Foundation ASCF December 15, 2014 @ 10:05amClick here to read more
Fighters from the al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front and other Islamist groups have seized two strategic army bases in northwestern Syria.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said militants from a group called Jund al-Aqsa helped the Nusra fighters take the Wadi Deif base in Idlib province and the nearby Hamidiyeh base.