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Obama Tells GOP: 'Win an Election' Print E-mail

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President Obama scolded lawmakers for playing political brinksmanship with the economy hours after the government reopened Thursday after a 16-day shutdown. The president, viewed by most as the victor in the weeks long fight over funding the government and raising the debt ceiling, said the way business is done in Washington has to change. 

An Open Letter to the Ethiopian Authorities Print E-mail

 An Open Letter to the Ethiopian Authorities


Eritreans stage protest at refugee camp in Ethiopia

African Unioin says Kenya leader should not go to trial Print E-mail





President's statement Print E-mail

Watch: President Obama's statement on the government shutdown


Ignoring an Al-Qaeda Sponsor Print E-mail


By Ryan Mauro for Frontpaage Mag

A U.N. report in July confirmed that the African government of Eritrea is still supporting Al-Qaeda’s Somali branch, a group known for its reach into America. The Eritrean dictator, an ally of Iran and top persecutor of Christians, is met with silence. Is President Obama’s desire to end the war on terrorstronger than his desire to punish Al-Qaeda’s allies?

The U.N. Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea concluded in July that Eritrea, though governed by a self-professed Christian dictator, is materially aiding al-Shabaab, the Al-Qaeda affiliate in Somalia that has recruited over 40 Americans. The group has an estimated 5,000 terrorists controlling central and southern Somalia and earns millions for Al-Qaeda through the sale of charcoal. The Eritrean government, led by President Isaias Afewerki, has two main liaisons to Al-Shabaab.
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