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Press Release from 1998

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Greetings of Peace… To the People of Islam By the Mujahid Hamza bin Usama bin Laden (May Allah Preserve Him) بسم اهلل الرحمن الرحيم

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Hamza Bin Laden

All praise is due to Allah, whom we seek His help and forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from whatever evil our hearts conceal and from the consequences of our evil deeds. Whoever Allah grants guidance will never be led astray, and whoever He leads astray will never find guidance. I attest that none is worthy of worship except Allah, who has no partners, and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.

And henceforth: To the Islamic Ummah in general: Peace be upon you, and the mercy and blessings of Allah. My Muslim Ummah: A little more than a decade has passed since the unjust Crusaders have launched their war against you where you have received consecutive blows, some of which touched your faith, some of which touched your belief, some of which insulted your Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and some of which touched your holy sites and sanctities. For us Allah sufficeth, and He is the best disposer of affairs. You are a loyal, devout Ummah. You resisted the oppressors and their assault and aggression despite your weakness and lack of energy. O blessed Ummah, you have bore wise, strong, and brave leaders who are great sacrificers of self. May Allah reward you for your patience, perseverance, and steadfastness. May Allah bless you for your continuous sacrifices of hundreds of thousands of the elderly, women, and children as martyrs, may Allah have mercy on them and may He let reside in His Paradise, and an even greater number of wounded and imprisoned, may Allah heal them and release them from their shackles, and other numbers that Allah knows of widows, orphans, and bereaved, may Allah relieve them and give them in their calamity what is better. May Allah reward you, my Muslim Ummah, raise your destiny, hasten your victory, and bless you.

Hamza Bin Laden Declaration of JIhad

Former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani wasn’t backing away from his questioning Vice President Joe Biden’s “mental capacity” for the highest office in the land, saying he is “one joke after another” during an appearance this morning on CBS’s Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer.

Giuliani went on to nail Biden in response to comments from fellow guest Senate Majority Whip Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) questioning his support for Sarah Palin four years ago, noting that Palin was a cut above the current BidVice President.

Read more at Red Alert Politics.

Twenty years ago former Vice President Dan Quayle was the butt of jokes from just about everyone in the press for gaffes such as his telling a young New Jersey boy to add an “e” at the end of potato.

The liberal elites similarly skewered Quayle for chastising the TV character “Murphy Brown” for being shown having a child out of wedlock, wasting barrels of ink in the process. Quayle blurred the barrier between fantasy and reality, they said.

“What a waste it is to lose one’s mind. Or not to have a mind is being very wasteful. How true that is,” Quayle said addressing the United Negro College Fund in a 1991 speech.

All of these remarks left an indelible blot on Quayle’s reputation.

But fast forward to 2012 to the Internet age, we find the same characters who made Quayle out to be the “dunce” from hell noticeably silent about the current Vice President, Joe Biden.

Democrats and their allies in the press would have destroyed Quayle had he told a wheelchair-bound state Senator to stand up. Insensitivity to the “physically challenged” they would have howled, but they are noticeably silent when it comes to Biden.

“Stand up Chuck,” Biden said on the campaign trail in 2008, but Chuck was paralyzed in a wheelchair. “What am I talking about? Well, I tell you stand up for Chuck.”

Biden’s gaffe montage resembles that of former Vice President Quayle who frequently was caught in the press with his tongue tied.

Quayle’s successor has been a gift that keeps on giving from calling Barack Obama “Barack America” when he was introduced as his running mate in 2008 to his saying he admired Indian-Americans because they work at a lot of Dunkin’ Donuts in Delaware.

“You can’t go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts without having a slight Indian accent,” Biden said on the 2008 campaign trail.

Yet in the past week we had the Bumblin’ Joe Biden tell a crowd that Republicans want to put “y’all back in chains” and that we are in the “20th century.”

One could only imagine had Biden had a school student misspell “potato.” Likely, the left would be saying Biden just “says a lot of silly things” rather than deriding him as a stupid dunce the way the did while Quayle was on the national stage.

G.K. Chesterton once wrote that “government becomes the God” once God is put out the picture. More and more this seems to be the case in Barack Obama’s America where the power of the omnipotent federal government has come to be increasingly used to drive Christianity out of the public square.

This has been seen everywhere from the HHS Mandate, which dogmatically requires traditionalist religious groups to yield to secularist orthodoxy on matters of human sexuality, to the march of the homosexual equivalency movement. In Barack Obama’s America, the only acceptable morality is one that celebrates class over the individual, one that elevates the individual ego over faith and one where freedom of religion is replaced with freedom of worship.

“Wherever the people do not believe in something beyond the world, they will worship the world,” Chesterton wrote in his 1932 treatise Christendom in Dublin. “But, above all, they will worship the strongest thing in the world.”
Obama’s actions toward Christian churches and other religious institutions seems to show he worships one thing – his own ego and expects others to do likewise.

His effort to drive religious institutions out of civil society and replace them with institutions controlled by the government is eerily reminiscent of the course of action recommended by one Vladimir Ilych Lenin
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“Religion must be declared a private affair. In these words socialists usually express their attitude towards religion. But the meaning of these words should be accurately defined to prevent any misunderstanding,” Lenin wrote in a 1905 treatise.

“We demand that religion be held a private affair so far as the state is concerned. Religion must be of no concern to the state, and religious societies must have no connection with governmental authority.“

All of Obama’s policies related to religious belief seem to have this end goal, which contrasts with John Adams who contended that American life, liberty and morality rested on the “general principles of Christianity.”

Although the nation’s second president was a Unitarian whose theological views were hardly orthodox, he – unlike Obama whose policies aim to further subvert Christianity in American culture – saw the value of religion in maintaining a moral state of affairs.

DeMint

By John Rossomando

South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint says politics in Washington become like professional football in recent years.

Democrats and Republicans are on opposite teams with opposite goals, and compromise has become as unthinkable as compromise between two football teams.

“This Sunday is the big Super Bowl, and there are two teams taking the field, and they’ve been preparing for this,” DeMint said. “And I can guarantee that the coaches are not out there telling them that they have to go out an cooperate and compromise with the other side.

“There is a reason for that, the other team has an opposite goal, and they’re there to beat you.”

DeMint says it is wishful thinking to believe that politics is any different today because an us versus them team mentality has arisen that has made compromise impossible.

“I wouldn’t have said that 10 years ago,” DeMint said. “One team believes in centralized economic and political power, collective planning and of concentration, here in Washington, and the other team, while it has been maybe erratic in supporting those principles we believe in, believes in a decentralized, individualistic approach to America.

“It’s very difficult to compromise with a team who doesn’t have that same goal – the goal of limited government, of individual liberty, and that’s really what we are dealing with here.”

The senator made his remarks during an appearance at The Heritage Foundation promoting his new book “Now or Never”.

DeMint argues that the expansion of government programs over the past few years has placed the nation into grave peril. Currently, the national debt exceeds our national economy, and $1 trillion are projected to be added to the U.S. economy each year over the next decade.

The European experience suggests this only has the net effect of undermining the economy in the long run.
“If you understand the worldwide credit markets, there really isn’t that much money in the world credit markets that we can borrow,” DeMint says. “The Federal Reserve has bought about half of our debt over the last few years, so we really don’t know what the market for our debt is.”

Having a cavalier attitude at this time of economic distress is irresponsible. DeMint warns the U.S. is losing the culture of entrepreneurship and innovation that made it strong, and is on its way to becoming a nation of dependents.

“At that point you lose your country,” DeMint says.

The Heritage Foundation's 2012 Index of Economic Freedom, which tracks the economic viability and institutional corruption of over 170 countries, shows that the United States has fallen out of the list of free economies for the first time. Analysts warn this could herald a bleak economic future for the United States unless the trend is reversed.

The Heritage Foundation’s latest edition of its Index of Economic Freedom shows a bleak trend of declining personal economic freedom amid growing governmental corruption.

The United States’ economic freedom score of 76.3 drops it to 10th place in the 2012 Index. Its score is 1.5 points lower than last year, reflecting deteriorating scores for government spending, freedom from corruption, and investment freedom. The U.S. is ranked 2nd out of three countries in the North America region, and its overall score remains well above the world and regional averages.

Declining economic freedom inevitably has a negative impact on the nation’s economic competitiveness and the standard of living.

John Berlau, director of the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Center for Investors and Entrepreneurs sees a similar trend:

“We’ve already seen since the onerous Sarbanes-Oxley accounting mandates signed by Bush in 2002, a huge dropoff in foreign companies listing on our stock exchanges. Instead these firms are listing in the stock markets of Hong Kong, London, and other Sarbox-free zones. With Obama’s garganutuan mandates, such as the Dodd-Frank sham financial “reform,” American entrepreneurs may have to go overseas for venture capital and angel investors.”

By contrast, Hong Kong, which leads the Heritage Foundation’s Index, has remained largely stable throughout the recent global economic turmoil, which Heritage economists attribute to Hong Kong’s open regulatory climate and zero tolerance for corruption.

“Thanks to the crushing burden of massive overregulation and spending, we are already in a lost decade. But if we start steering the ship of state toward freedom, we can still make a course correction before the decade’s end,” Berlau says.

And a recent Congressional Budget Office report warns that the current budget track of governmental spending and growth could seriously impact the nation’s long-term economic viability.

By John Rossomando
The Daily Caller 4:51 PM 09/15/2011

An email from February 2011 shows that the now-bankrupt solar energy company Solyndra denied receiving money from the federal government. Solyndra spokesperson David Miler reacted viscerally to an early Daily Caller report about a growing congressional investigation into $535 million in federal loan guarantees, which have recently become the subject of scandal and intense scrutiny.

“Your story today on Solyndra has several inaccuracies I wanted to point out,” Miller wrote to TheDC on February 22, 2011. “For sake of accuracy … [T]he federal government has not spent a dime on Solyndra.”

He went on to write that the congressional investigators were incorrect, and that the federal government would only have to pay anything “in the unlikely event Solyndra can’t pay back its loans.”

Miller has come under scrutiny in recent days for another email offering White House special assistant Johanna Maska “corporate employment,” and for his efforts to manipulate media coverage through contact with the White House. (RELATED: White House political pressure alleged in Solyndra loan deal)

In a conversation with The Daily Caller, Republican Georgia Rep. Tom Price, who chairs the House Republican Policy Committee, denounced the failing green energy company’s apparent effort to work with the White House to manipulate news coverage.

Solyndra’s efforts to manipulate coverage are “worse than Nixonian,” said Rep. Price, and the latest example of “classical Chicago politics” coming out of the Obama administration.

Recent events have vindicated the concerns raised by House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Fred Upton and Investigations Subcommittee Chairman Cliff Stearns in their initial Feb. 17, 2011 letter about the company’s viability and long-term solvency. In that letter, which spurred TheDC’s initial report, the congressmen asked Secretary of Energy Steven Chu for information about the loan guarantee.

“In March 2010,” Upton and Stearns wrote, “Solyndra’s own auditor declared in an amendment to the company’s SEC registration that ‘the Company has suffered recurring losses from operations, negative cash flows since inception and has a net stockholders’ deficit that, among other factors, raise substantial doubt about its ability to continue as a going concern,’ … [S]ubsequent concerns raise questions about whether Solyndra was the right candidate for a loan guarantee in excess of half a billion dollars.”

Miller, the Solyndra spokesman, objected particularly to comments Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) spokeswoman Leslie Page made to The Daily Caller, calling the loan guarantee “pork-barrel spending.”

“Correction: Again, not a dime has been spent on Solyndra,” Miller responded in his email to TheDC, “it is a loan guarantee.”

Rep. Stearns, however, recently disputed Miller’s claims.

“There is no doubt, they received the money,” Stearns said.

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