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June 24, 2018


P-QRM#42: Obama and the Non-Existent Terrorist Attacks Against the US

This latest edition of PoliticalQRM deals with the two most recent terrorist attacks agains the US: Benghazi and Boston. The Benghazi hearings start on Wednesday, May 8 and three whistleblowers from the Benghazi consulate are scheduled to testify. Information already released is rocking the political world and should be quite interesting. Boston is still reeling

P-QRM #41: A New Party???

Well we continue with the Boston terrorist attack and the possibility that yes, the Saudi national who was originally taken into custody may still be involved. Unfortunately, he has left the country, so we may never know.. Also, there has been so much frustration with the nitwits in the GOP that many people are looking

P-QRM#39: DOD: We Have Met the Enemy and They Are …Christians??

Spring!! in New England…well, we’re trying to think positive. What happened to the Department of Defense? They’ve gone from protecting this country to attacking the groups who aren’t a threat to this country: namely Catholics and Evangelical Christians. A new report classifies those two groups as a threat to America along with Al-Qaeda. Read about

P-QRM #35: Filibuster and more!

Another week, another bunch of stupid things said by people who should no longer be in the limelight. For some reason, they still think they’re relevant. We discuss those people: John McCain and Lindsey Graham, who for some reason think what Senator Rand Paul did with his 13 hour filibuster was tantamount to lunacy. But

Quick Hits: May 23, 2012

Dallas-based pizza chain, Pizza Patron is offering free pizza to anyone who can order in Spanish. Their reasoning is : ” to honor the “positive force of change immigrants have made in communities throughout America.” Never mind the fact that pizza is an Italian dish and invented by the Italians.. Why isn’t ordering in Italian a

Quick Hits: National Security

Meeting of BRIC: Brazil, Russia, India, China and now South Africa are meeting in China . The consolidation of these countries does not bode well for the USA. With the inclusion of South Africa, the group accounts for 40 percent of the world’s people, 18 percent of global trade and about 45 percent of current

Obama’s Crisis: How’d he do, Joe?

Thirty years of Mubarak rule in Egypt is over.  Eighteen days of protests throughout the country and the main one in Tahrir Square in Cairo have shifted the country to a different path. The protesters got what they demanded.  Hosni Mubarak is  gone, the parliament dissolved and  the constitution suspended by the military now in