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Acting national security adviser Charles Kupperman was on the board of an anti-Muslim think tank that trafficked in conspiracy theories.
And talked about "Islamic terror" instead. Maybe because the White House has deep ties to some of those hate groups.
Meet the new recipient of the Center for Security Policy's Freedom Flame Award: Ambassador Ron Dermer
"Is this the Manpower company? Yes, well this is the president. I want you to come up with 1,400 top executives and, this
Here are some of the most Islamophobic theories spun out of the mind of Frank Gaffney.
Three of them are even involved with noted bigot Frank Gaffney's conference.
"I have tried to talk Mr.Gaffney into ceasing these attacks -- but to no avail," she wrote. "I have done everything I know
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) weighed in on Twitter, writing, "Rep. Bachmann’s accusations about Sec. Clinton aide Huma Abedin
For those following the idiotic allegations that Sharia is creeping into American society and wonder who speaks for Islam, I think the answer is obvious. Western extremists are now the new hijackers of Islam.
I guess when you're a couple of draft-dodging uber-chickenhawks, you loathe a U.S. president who actually thinks before he speaks and analyzes before he acts.
It might be tempting to dismiss Cheney's remarks -- about Obama allegedly dithering when it comes to Afghanistan -- as so much conservative boilerplate. But that would be a mistake.
Boeing has no sense of what consequences a financial relationship with Frank Gaffney might have on its Arab nation customers.