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BREAKING: Senate Intelligence Committee releases report confirming that Benghazi attackers were affiliated with Al-Qaeda and that attack…Read More

Senate report: Benghazi attackers tied to Al Qaeda groups

Fox News
A comprehensive report by the Senate Intelligence Committee definitively declared that individuals tied to Al Qaeda groups were involved in the Benghazi attack, challenging recent claims that the terror network was not a factor. The report was released Monday, nearly one year after then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, under congressional…Read More

An interesting take on how the President defines terrorist attack and why Benghazi debate matters. What are your thoughts?

Why the Semantic Debate over Benghazi Will Continue

Breitbart News Network
Why the Semantic Debate over Benghazi Will Continue by John Sexton 3 Feb 2014 post a comment Share This: Is an "act of terror" the same thing as a terrorist attack? Is this just a tiresome semantic argument or is there more at stake here? General Carter Ham, previous head of AFRICOM, says he reported to Sec. Panetta that a terrorist…Read More

Must read! This is what many of us have been saying all along.

Ted Cruz is right: Senate Should Be Part of Benghazi Investigation

The Foundry: Conservative Policy News from The Heritage Foundation
Cruz: Senate Should Be Part of Benghazi Investigation Helle Dale May 13, 2014 at 1:33 pm Photo: Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/Newscom Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, yesterday requested the re-introduction of Senate Resolution 255 to establish a Congressional Joint Select Committee to investigate the Benghazi scandal. Cruz’s…Read More

Watch this video and let me know if you actually believe the President? Why is he so reluctant to just be honest?

Obama Super Bowl Interview: O'Reilly and President Spar Live on Benghazi, Health Care (Video)

The Hollywood Reporter
2:05 PM PST 2/2/2014 by Michael O'Connell, Erik Hayden President Obama sat down for his annual pre-Super Bowl live chat on Sunday, meeting with Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly for their third-ever sit-down. The conservative-leaning O'Reilly kicked off the 15-minute interview by asking the president about the recent rollout of the Affordable Care…Read More
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