Posts Tagged ‘ CIA ’

Iranian and Syrian Freedom

Iranian and Syrian Freedom

One of the fascinating aspects of living in this city is that, for good or ill, you’re exposed to a whole raft of ideologies and political philosophies of which, but for location, you might have remained blissfully ignorant in perpetuity. Granted, some of us choose to remain mired in a state of ignorance notwithstanding...
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Are We Targeting Islam?

Are We Targeting Islam?

Update: Welcome to readers from Creeping Sharia. Thanks, once again, to Pamela for the link! We always love getting readers from Atlas Shrugs. Earlier today I took it upon myself to journey to Foley Square in Manhattan, where an anti-NYPD, anti-intelligence agency gathering sponsored by CAIR, Al-Awda, and Desis Rising Up & Moving, among...
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Remembering Brian Terry

Remembering Brian Terry

As most loyal followers of American Rattlesnake know, we are dedicated to covering any and all relevations of gross malfeasance emanating from Operation Fast and Furious and subsidiary gunwalking operations that have engulfed top officials at the BATF and Department of Justice. We have been addressing this subject since March of last year, when mainstream press organs...
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Ban The Scan (Rally in Union Square)

Ban The Scan (Rally in Union Square)

One of the more interesting portions of Manhattan’s geography is Union Square Park, which serves as a farmer’s market, transit hub, and rallying point for political activists of varying political stripes. One of the groups that has used Union Square to showcase its views, both today and in the past, is the Communist Party.
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Killing Bin Laden

Killing Bin Laden

For those of you who are wondering, yes, I am going to have full May Day coverage this week, including photos and analysis. However, considering the momentous news, I thought I’d break with tradition and ask all American Rattlesnake readers to extend their gratitude to the brave men and woman of  our Armed Forces...
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The Consequences Of Open Borders

The Consequences Of Open Borders

I have to preface this post by admitting that I’m not the greatest admirer of Paul Mulshine, long-time columnist for the Newark Star-Ledger. However, he penned a Thanksgiving Day column that caught my eye because it addresses many of the same issues you’ve seen tackled on this site.
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