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Stop Giving Obama Radicals the Benefit of the Doubt

In the Spring of 2011, National Security Council staffer Samantha Power sent emails to top Pentagon officials.  Her emails contained GPS coordinates in Libya.  She demanded that the Pentagon launch immediate air strikes on top of these coordinates, no questions asked. Power, you see, had friends in NGOs on the ground in Libya looking to borrow American might for a moment or two...

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U.N. Amb. Samantha Power Won’t Answer Whether Syria Strike Legal

In an interview with National Public Radio on Monday, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power refused to directly respond when asked if a unilateral American attack on Syria would be legal. She did, however, say that an American attack would be “legitimate, necessary, and proportionate response” to the use of chemical weapons on civilians...

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Some Controversial Criticism of America From The Woman Who May Be Our U.N. Ambassador

Power, a former journalist turned political activist, once connected some of the tactics in the U.S. war on terror to French military support for the Hutu militia, which killed 800,000 people in the Rwandan genocide. She also has called Americans “stingy on foreign aid,” declared that the U.S. should apologize for slavery, and even made indirect references comparing U.S. involvement in the world to that of Nazi Germany.

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Samantha Power: Not Likely A Strong Advocate For America At U.N.

The contrast between Mr. Obama’s choice and these three former U.S. representatives could hardly be more stark. Prior to joining the Obama administration in 2003, Power compiled a record as a Harvard professor journalist, author, activist, and commentator that reads like a parody of an ivory tower leftist’s reflexive anti-Americanism, Israel-hatred, and infatuation with transnational progressivism.

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