It’s a wrap: Feb. 18 “The Brenner Brief” — Bradlee Dean and Black Bloc

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Monday, The Brenner Brief Radio Show was jam-packed with the latest on Benghazi and a can’t miss interview with controversial rocker and preacher, Bradlee Dean. Amanda K. Melson, contributor to The Brenner Brief, interviewed Brandon Darby who penetrated the “Black Bloc” after being recruited by the FBI. The exposé details the organization, their tactics, and countries they […]

Benghazi: Obama’s indecision was his decision

Stacy Rush shares what her military sources has to say about Benghazi and President Obama’s actions that night. In a moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing to do. The worst thing you can do is nothing.- Theodore Roosevelt On Sep. 11, 2012, when the lives of Ambassador Chris […]

The black flag of Benghazi

The fruit of President Obama’s foreign policy leadership may well be exemplified by a black flag which currently stands aloft outside a Benghazi hospital. The visceral symbol of Ansar al-Sharia is now boasting claim of its presence again. Ansar al-Sharia, the militia group largely held responsible for the deaths of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and […]

Unanswered Benghazi questions continue

The testimony on Jan. 22 by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and the House Foreign Affairs Committee did very little to resolve all the questions. Clinton successfully avoided answering almost all questions, when she was actually asked a question. The testimony on Feb. 7 by Defense Secretary Leon Panetta […]

The real story: why Obama was MIA during Benghazi

Those eagerly anticipating Benghazi testimony from senior White House officials found themselves perplexed by the House and Senate leaders’ inability to obtain answers to the most basic questions. We watched as members of congress moved their lips, indeed asking questions, but neglecting to ask the right ones. During Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s testimony, withering […]

Prediction for Obama’s SOTU: Abdicate, Prevaricate and Pontificate

For those who might not quickly associate these three words, I consulted Webster’s Dictionary to confirm and clarify what I meant by them.  They describe clearly how Barack Obama leads (or fails to lead). Abdicate:  to cast off; to relinquish (as sovereign power) formally Prevaricate: to deviate from the truth Pontificate: to speak or express […]

Four empty chairs at the SOTU

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on CBS Sunday’s Face The Nation pursued presidential accountability while attempting a new approach in securing answers regarding the Benghazi massacre.  Senator Graham expressed on CBS: We know nothing about what the president did on the night of September 11th during a time of national crisis, and the American people need to […]