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Resa Kirkland

Resa LaRu Kirkland, dubbed "Warchick" by her beloved Korean War vets, can be found on Twitter & at her own site, americaswarchick.blogspot.com.


How Does the Price of Produce Shoot Up 100% in 2 Days?

2011 February 19

Glenn Beck "buggin'?" If by "buggin'" you mean "right..."

He joked about it this week on his radio show:

Glenn has been warning about rising food prices, and he plans to prepare by eating as many McGriddles as possible.

“Corn, sugar, wheat, beef, pork, and coffee, the prices are already soaring.  Cotton prices are near their highest level in more than a decade.  Clothing prices are going to go up they say 10 to 30% in the next few weeks,” he said.

Vegetable prices are rising as well, and Glenn said that due to the costs he may not have to embark on his new vegan/stick/soy/really disgusting food diet.

And at his online daily magazine The Blaze, editor Meredith Jessup had this to say this week:


The World Bank delivered a stark warning of the impact of the rising cost of food Tuesday, saying an estimated 44 million people had been pushed into poverty since last summer by soaring commodity prices.

The group’s president, Robert Zoellick, says global food prices have hit “dangerous levels” that could contribute to political instability, push millions of people into poverty and raise the cost of groceries.

Nothing but scare tactics from the left’s favorite “buggin’” punching bag?  You might be able to convince yourself of that so you can sleep at night.

Just don’t open your eyes at the grocery store, read any signs, or talk to any produce stock clerks.

I had to run to my local Walmart last night, a common occurrence when you’re a mother of teenage-ish boys.  It seems no matter how carefully you list everything when you do your “big shopping,” you either always forget something or some “gotta have it tonight!” moment appears out of nowhere, usually after 7 pm. read more…

Sacred War, Holy War: The Secret Combination of Islam and Communism

2010 December 30

“…we have seen in the past – over and over again – that evil seeks out evil, that they create secret combinations and make blood oaths against the good people of the earth. They bond together in their mutual treachery, and no malevolence is too much for them to consider.”

I wrote that, 8 years ago in one of my first ever articles, part of a three-piecer that Joseph Farah asked me to write for World Net Daily.  Most of my friends laughed.

That was then….

The recent announcement by North Korea has confirmed more than just the obvious conclusion from the past 15 years of weapons/technology sharing.  It wasn’t the announcement so much as it was the phrasing that forever laid to rest any doubt:

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Three Wise Men Follow a Light in the Sky … Off the Los Angeles Coast

2010 December 20

It’s that time of year again:  Three Wise Men following a new star.

A shooting star, that is.

And like those ancient oracles, these men of honor know better than others what that star means.  That’s why we should once again listen to The Wise Men, for what they have to say is unprecedented.

On November 8, a mystery missile lit the dusk skies off the coast of Los Angeles.  After about 3 days of swearing that no one knew what it was, suddenly the Pentagon swore first that it wasn’t a threat, then that it was “just an airplane contrail,” and that anyone who said different had fallen for an “optical illusion.” read more…

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Brace Yourselves: North Korea Preparing for Nuke Test

2010 December 15

Talk about North Korea being the most schizophrenic nation on earth.

First we had this:

HONG KONG, Dec. 14 (Yonhap) — North Korea has agreed to China’s proposal to hold emergency discussions among chief envoys to the six-party talks on Pyongyang’s nuclear disarmament in a bid to defuse tensions on the Korean Peninsula, China’s foreign ministry said Tuesday.

Beijing proposed on Nov. 28 that the lead negotiators from the two Koreas, the U.S., Japan, China and Russia meet at an early date to discuss ways of easing inter-Korean tension sparked by the North’s shelling of a South Korean island.

“The agreement was reached when Chinese State Councilor Dai Bingguo met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang last week,” Jiang Yu, spokesperson for China’s foreign ministry, said in a regular press briefing… read more…

My FACEBOOK Profile Now Profiles; Some of Us Aren’t Afraid of the “4”

2010 December 11

We’ve all seen the video, and know the case that caused the furor.  And what’s more, those of us with the guts to say so are applauding the courage of Fernando Mateo, son of a Black man and a Hispanic woman:

Fernando Mateo gets it right. read more…

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MiG Alley Remix; Oh Lord It’s On

2010 December 8

Bombing of North Korean village August, 1950

Defense Minister-designate Kim Kwan-jin expressed firm resolve to take a strong retaliatory action, including air strike, in the event of another North Korean military provocation during his parliamentary confirmation hearing Friday…Noting that South Korea is in the most serious crisis situation since the 1950-53 Korean War, Kim said that he will set up an operational plan to bolster military capabilities to protect the five border islands in the West Sea…Immediately after the artillery attack, the military sent some 400,000 anti-North leaflets to the North in a reversal of its cautious stance. The military had been cautious about fully resuming the psychological warfare as it could seriously provoke the reclusive state.Kim warns air strike on North Korea, The Korea Herald

So it has come to this.  For the first time in 60 years, the specter of air war is a reality over the Land of the Morning Calm.  This is highly significant; it is the first time in almost six decades that South Korea has put the option of air strikes back on the table.  The first time this century. read more…

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Avoiding War At Any Cost, usually costs too much

2010 December 2



When Secretary of State Dean Acheson declared that Korea was “not in our sphere of influence,” Communism paid attention.  When President Truman removed all but 500 troops from the Korean peninsula prior to June, 1950, Communism paid attention.  When Kim Il Sung, who had been trained in Marxism during his exile in Siberia, taught his people that Americans had a silly sentimentality about the individual human life and would hesitate to fire on screaming, unarmed civilians, his Communist soldiers listened, and went through villages on their rampage south forcefully conscripting young Korean men and forcing the old, female, and children to form a circle around them as they fired at our men, who did indeed hesitate to fire back, causing many Americans to die in the early days of the war.

And—you guessed it—Communism paid attention. read more…

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Cronkiting North Korea Won’t Work This Time; He’s dead, and we’re not buying it

2010 November 28

After we won the Tet Offensive in 1968, the Hippy Press here in America sank to new depths.  Walter Cronkite, “the most trusted man in America,” made a perverse choice.

He looked directly into the camera and lied through his “most trusted” teeth.

He told America that after what happened at Tet, surely the war was now lost. read more…

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Hot Post: Time For I Told You So; And for war…It’s inevitable now

2010 November 27

This post was published on November 26, here.

Let’s dispense from the beginning with the idea that more “sternly-worded letters,” sanctions, condemnations, or talks (serious this time!) are the answer to North Korea’s dual declarations of war.  They have never worked, because when dealing with evil, you must speak to it in the language it understands.  Evil only understands violence.

And yes, it’s time for violence.

It gives me no pleasure to say so, but the pattern of history has borne out this truth:  there will never be peace so long as only one side is willing to abide by the rules for peace. read more…

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Time For I Told You So; And for war…It’s inevitable now

2010 November 26

Let’s dispense from the beginning with the idea that more “sternly-worded letters,” sanctions, condemnations, or talks (serious this time!) are the answer to North Korea’s dual declarations of war.  They have never worked, because when dealing with evil, you must speak to it in the language it understands.  Evil only understands violence.

And yes, it’s time for violence.

It gives me no pleasure to say so, but the pattern of history has borne out this truth:  there will never be peace so long as only one side is willing to abide by the rules for peace. read more…

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