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US Daily Review: Snippets from Candace Salima Articles

Here are some snippets of articles I wrote for US Daily Review, enjoy!

Ron Paul compared the Tea Party to the Occupy Wall Street crowd. That's what precipitated me finding this article I'd written earlier on the matter:

What Happened to the Tea Party?
Posted on 12 December 2011 by csalima
by Candace Salima, contributor to US Daily Review

I’ve heard over and over in the last few months, “What’s happened to the tea party, where are they?” Please don’t paint us with the Occupy Wall Street brush. Let me explain the difference between the two and just where the Tea Party has “gone.”

Let’s take Occupy Wall Street first. A useless, filthy, and now dangerous, movement whose rage is misplaced and grossly misinformed. They’re mad at the banks. Look to Congress. They’re mad at Wall Street. Look to Congress. They want all their student loans forgiven. Look to Congress. They want a free ride … well, all I can say is this: I’ll buy you a one-way ticket to anywhere in the world, help you pack, drive you to the airport and wash my hands of you. Just don’t ever come back. That type of laziness has no place in America.


Newt Gingrich for President?
Posted on 08 December 2011 by csalima
by Candace Salima, contributor to US Daily Review

I am very active politically, as everyone knows. With my own radio show, political activity in my home state, and as a USDR columnist, I’ve been at this a long time. I remember Newt Gingrich when he was the Speaker of the House, and the great good accomplished during that time. I also remember the missteps, like not living up to the promise Congress made to Ronald Reagan if he would grant amnesty to the illegal aliens in America. In case you don’t remember that, Reagan kept his end of the bargain, and Congress welshed on their end. If you want proof of that, look to the war on our extremely porous southern border.

I also distinctly remember Speaker Gingrich being under unrelenting attacks by the left, as he and the Republican controlled house tried to bring America back to fiscal sanity. Yes, he was hit hard by them, and he hit hard back, until it was found out he was in the middle of an affair, and was a serial adulterer. This forced his resignation as Speaker of the House, and Gingrich’s political glory days were over until the 2012 Presidential Race.


Book Review: Kill Bin Laden by John Weisman
Posted on 26 November 2011 by csalima
By Candace Salima, Contributor to US Daily Review

Title: KBL Kill Bin Laden
Author: John Weisman

KBL Kill Bin Laden is a novel based on the true events surrounding Seal Team 6, actually called DEVGRU (United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group), the Rangers, Delta Force, CIA, and other supporting casts of the team which literally took Osama bin Laden (code name Crankshaft) down on May 1, 2011.

New York Times bestselling author, John Weisman, is more closely tapped into Tier One operatives than any other journalist or author. The author of several books centered around those same Tier One operatives, Mr. Weisman is the one of a select few authors to enjoy spots on both the nonfiction and fiction New York Times Bestseller lists. When Harper Collins contacted Mr. Weisman about writing the story surrounding the take-down and death of bin Laden, he did some research and then told them it had to be written in novel form or he’d never be able to get all the information he needed. He was right.


Movie Corner: Happy Feet Two
Posted on 10 December 2011 by csalima
by Candace Salima, contributor to US Daily Review

Movie: Happy Feet Two
Rating: PG
Director: George Miller
Starring: Robin Williams, Elijah Wood, Pink

I’ll be honest. I never, ever, wanted to see this movie, due to the heavy environmentalist garbage message behind the story. But my 5-year-old nephew really wanted to see it. And yes, that sweet little angel has us completely wrapped around his little finger. Alvin planned to sleep through it, and I planned to simply endure it while my nephew watched. Imagine my shock when I actually ended up enjoying the movie. Yes, the environmentalists are hard at work trying to brainwash our children, but the story of courage, perseverance and finding your own talent and voice overpowered the silly message.


On Monday, January 2nd, I will post some additional articles.

Copyright 2011. All rights reserved by Candace E. Salima.
US Daily Review: Snippets from Candace Salima Articles US Daily Review: Snippets from Candace Salima Articles Reviewed by Candace Salima on Friday, December 30, 2011 Rating: 5