Democrats NEED you to believe in it.
The Radical-in-Chief gets humiliated all over again.
Ami Horowitz exposes Iran’s “good faith” negotiations over its nuclear program.
TruthRevolt’s Ben Shapiro, Jeremy Boreing and Elisha Krauss shed light on the tactics that lead to victory.
A new conservative media watchdog group confronts the Left in the culture war.
Will Congress ever hold Obama accountable for his usurpation of power?
Mudar Zahran, a secular leader of Palestinians in Jordan, expresses some taboo truths.
Where have all the true “liberals” gone?
The panel sheds disturbing light on what the Radical-in-Chief has truly succeeded in.
On this special episode of The Glazov Gang, the extraordinary Ann-Marie Murrell, National Director and Editor-in-Chief of PolitiChicks.tv, out-Glazovs Glazov yet again, showing the lovable but bumbling host for which the show is named how it is done as she interviews the remarkable Daniel Greenfield, Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, who runs the blog The Point at Frontpagemag.com.
They discussed why Obama freed terror lawyer Lynne Stewart — a shameful maneuver engineered, of course, by Obama’s Justice Department. In Part I, Ann-Marie and Daniel discuss How American Soldiers Died For a War Obama Didn’t Believe In, focusing on the shameful deception behind the president’s “good war” in Afghanistan. The dialogue occurred within the larger context of Robert Gates’ new revelations.
David Horowitz and Ben Johnson’s book, Party of Defeat, chronicled the Democratic Party’s duplicitous efforts regarding its initial support for the Bush administration’s war in Iraq, followed by their attempts to undermine it — for nothing more than crass political considerations. Gates’ new memoir now delivers a devastating confirmation of Horowitz’s and Johnson’s arguments. It also reveals that Obama never believed in the Afghanistan mission, even though he pushed for it as the “good war” for political gain. The segment also sheds light on the abandonment of Iraq, the Benghazi lies of the New York Times, and much more.