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Gates: Completely Destroying al Qaeda, ISIS ‘Unrealistic Goal’

February 3, 2015

Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Robert M. Gates, who served Barack Obama as secretary of defense said since we have been fighting al Qaeda and the Taliban for over a decade, to think we will be able to completely destroy them, or their new offspring, ISIS, is an “unrealistic goal.”

CNN: French Terrorist Taped Rampage in Kosher Grocery Store with Chest-Mounted GoPro

February 3, 2015

Amedy Coulibaly, the main suspect for the killing of police officer Clarissa Jean-Philippe and friend of Charlie Hebdo terrorists Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, attached a GoPro to his chest and filmed his raid into a Jewish market in Porte de Vincennes.

Obama Downplays Terror Threat: We Can’t Play ‘Whac-A-Mole Wherever a Terrorist Group Appears’

February 3, 2015

More disinformation from our Mullah in the White House and Islamist in Chief who is at all times moving the ball forward for Islam by refusing to even define the enemy that is Islam.

State Dept Won’t Label Taliban Attack that Killed Three American Civilians as Terrorism

February 3, 2015

The White House has already doubled down this week saying that the Taliban is an armed insurgency and not a terrorist group.

Singer With Down Syndrome Goes Viral With Inspiring Video

February 3, 2015

Madison Tevlin is a 12-year-old girl who loves to sing and loves the John Legend song "All Of Me."

Chuck Hagel Says He Was Pressured By White House To Release More GITMO Prisoners

February 2, 2015

Outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel admitted that he felt pressured by the White House to approve the transfer of more Guantanamo Bay prisoners — and at a faster pace.

Madison Tevlin is a patriot and is defying the odds, she has a special gift, she does not know that their are limits in life and we are proud to present her to our readers as she is an inspiration to all us to break boundaries and reach for the stars, from a story on Townhall:

A video of her belting out the tune has gone viral, and amassed over two million views on YouTube in less than two weeks. The video is both entertaining and informational, as clips of Madison singing are interspersed with facts about Down syndrome that explain how her performance is truly a remarkable accomplishment. For instance, most people born with Down syndrome are unable to sing, as their condition renders their voices "gruff and low-pitched." Madison also has to use twice the standard vocal energy of a person without Down syndrome just to speak, never mind sing. Additionally, people with Down syndrome often have problems with short-term memory--but Madison was able to remember the nearly 350 words in the song perfectly and performed the song with impressive stage presence.

Madison strengthens her voice by working on vocal techniques and recently showed off her talent with a video cover of John Legend’s “All of Me.”

In the touching video, the singer shares that she wants her cover to affect others. "I want to inspire," she said. By defying the odds, she’s doing just that.

We hope to hear more of Madison in the future and we ask everyone that view this video to consider your own limits in life and what you can do to break them, and make yourself a better person who will be an example for everyone. From Townhall.

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Madison Tevlin is an Inspiration to All of Us