Question: Shouldn’t the individual(s) and news organization(s) that have undermined our nation’s national security and put lives in jeopardy by releasing and/or publishing some of the thousands of American classified documents and diplomatic cables be criminally prosecuted?
This recent blog post reveals a criminal statute that may apply to these individuals and/or organizations-You Decide:
MORE WIKILEAKS–Posted on Power Line-By John-On November 28, 2010:
These are pertinent excerpts from this blog post:
“Newspapers around the world have started publishing some of the thousands of American diplomatic cables which they were given by Wikileaks. It has been reported that Wikileaks’ source was “a disenchanted, low-level Army intelligence analyst who exploited a security loophole.”
While I haven’t seen anything definitive, that sounds like a description of Bradley Manning, the same malcontent who gave Wikileaks thousands of documents relating to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
Manning should never see the outside of a federal penitentiary, but how about Wikileaks and the newspapers that have published the diplomatic cables?
From a quick look, it appears to me that the criminal statute most likely to apply is 18 U.S.C. Sec. 793(e), which provides:
- Whoever having unauthorized possession of, access to, or control over any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, or note relating to the national defense, or information relating to the national defense which information the possessor has reason to believe could be used to the injury of the United States or to the advantage of any foreign nation, willfully communicates, delivers, transmits or causes to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted, or attempts to communicate, deliver, transmit or cause to be communicated, delivered, or transmitted the same to any person not entitled to receive it, or willfully retains the same and fails to deliver it to the officer or employee of the United States entitled to receive it…Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.
Do the diplomatic cables “relate to the national defense”?
Some of them certainly seem to. So a criminal prosecution of those involved in the leaks who are within federal jurisdiction (e.g., the New York Times) may be possible. Scott has studied these issues more closely than I have and may have more to say on the subject.
The Times explained its rationale for publishing the leaked cables here. The paper’s most persuasive argument is that a number of foreign newspapers also have the documents and are sure to publish them, so the Times might as well join in.
The paper needn’t have much fear of criminal prosecution, since it uses the leaked cables as an opportunity for a paean to the Obama administration’s foreign policies.
Here, the Times reviews cables relating to Iran’s nuclear program. Not surprisingly, they record the fact that pretty much everyone in the region urged the U.S. to do something to stop Iran from getting the bomb, by military action if necessary. The entertaining part of the story, however, is the Times’s defense of the Obama administration’s policy of “engagement” with Iran:
- The election of Mr. Obama, at least initially, left some countries wondering whether the sanctions push was about to end. Shortly after taking office, in a videotaped message timed to the Persian New Year, he reiterated his campaign offer of a “new beginning”—the first sustained talks in three decades with Tehran.
- The United Arab Emirates called Mr. Obama’s message “confusing.” The American Embassy in Saudi Arabia reported that the talk about engaging Iran had “fueled Saudi fears that a new U.S. administration might strike a ‘grand bargain’ without prior consultations.”
- In Europe, Germany and others discerned an effort to grab market share. “According to the British, other EU Member states fear the U.S. is preparing to take commercial advantage of a new relationship with Iran and subsequently are slowing the EU sanctions process,” the American Embassy in London reported.
- The administration, though, had a different strategy in mind.
The Times explains that Obama sent an emissary to meet with “more than 70 Middle East experts from European governments.” His mission was to explain that the administration wasn’t really serious about engagement (my paraphrase). This stratagem, the Times tells us, worked like a charm:
- The decoding of Mr. Obama’s plan was apparently all the Europeans needed, and by year’s end, even Germany, with its suspicions and longstanding trading ties with Iran, appeared to be on board.
The paper details how the administration went on to secure support from Russia and China, which is where the story ends. Of course, what has happened since then is not encouraging, as Iran continues its nuclear weapons and missile development apace. Still, President Obama could hardly ask for a gentler treatment of one of his administration’s central foreign policy frustrations. Leaking, evidently, isn’t what it used to be.
UPDATE: DId the leaks damage America’s security? Don’t take my word for it; here is what Germany’s left-wing Der Spiegel, which also received the documents from Wikileaks, had to say:
- 251,000 State Department documents, many of them secret embassy reports from around the world, show how the US seeks to safeguard its influence around the world. It is nothing short of a political meltdown for US foreign policy. …
- Never before in history has a superpower lost control of such vast amounts of such sensitive information—data that can help paint a picture of the foundation upon which US foreign policy is built. Never before has the trust America’s partners have in the country been as badly shaken.
Our thanks to all those involved. Someday, our government will have to figure out how to tighten up security, but it is too much to expect any such effort from the Obama administration.
SCOTT adds: I tried to summarize the law governing the disclosure of classified national security information in the Weekly Standard column “Exposure.” Given its outrageous behavior during the Bush administration, the Times’s profession of good faith this time around is striking:
- The 251,287 cables, first acquired by WikiLeaks, were provided to The Times by an intermediary on the condition of anonymity. Many are unclassified, and none are marked “top secret,” the government’s most secure communications status. But some 11,000 are classified “secret,” 9,000 are labeled “noforn,” shorthand for material considered too delicate to be shared with any foreign government, and 4,000 are designated both secret and noforn.
- Many more cables name diplomats’ confidential sources, from foreign legislators and military officers to human rights activists and journalists, often with a warning to Washington: “Please protect” or “Strictly protect.”
- The Times has withheld from articles and removed from documents it is posting online the names of some people who spoke privately to diplomats and might be at risk if they were publicly identified. The Times is also withholding some passages or entire cables whose disclosure could compromise American intelligence efforts.
Note: These recent articles and/or blog posts and videos relate to and/or support the above blog post-You Decide:
Wikileaks: Impeachable–Posted on Atlas Shrugs-By Pamela Geller-On November 30, 2010:
These are pertinent excerpts from this article and/or blog post:
“The buck stops at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
I received this most interesting message from an Atlas reader. While I am not sure of the accuracy of everything he asserts, he certainly raises some provocative and important questions. I hope Constitutional scholars are investigating such questions now.
The damage is incalculable. Bottom line: after this, no nation will work with us. No nation will trust us. People on the ground will not put their lives and their families’ lives on the line for so shabby and reckless and feckless an “ally.”
We do not have your back.
“I appreciate everything you do in the name of Freedom and Liberty.
The first set of Documents WikiLeaks released earlier this year, I didn’t make it my duty to read them (because I read everything). I am in my 60’s, well informed -know American History, world history, understand how governments work, and I know that if this Government worked the way the US Constitution intended, we would be in good shape. However, I digress. I didn’t read the first set of WL’s. I remember thinking at the time, why the US Government, which would mean the WH, USSD, NSA, US Justice Department, and it GWOS the WH, refused to do anything.
Now, we have the 2nd set of Wikileaks (involving literally hundreds of thousands of documents), which this Government has known was coming for some time now. I DID read most of these documents this time, and I can tell you this one thing and that is his: Mr. Julian Assange (along with some 22-year-old Private in the US Army) did not do this alone. I realize that computer hackers are good at what they do: Mr. Assange DID NOT get his hands on literally 100’s of thousands of Documents from the U S State Department, etc., without someone in upper levels of Government (with Obama’s WH), and Holder’s Justice Department, turning a blind eye and a deaf ear. It simply cannot be done. You will not see any serious investigations by Holder’s (traitor to his core) I consider Obama, as well as Holder guilty of Treason of the highest order. Of course, I consider B. Hussein Mohamed Obama to be America’s number one enemy.
Basically, this would have NEVER happened under a Reagan Administration.
We all know that Obama’s goal is to fundamentally change America, and bring it to its knees. We also know that George Soros’ number one goal is to destroy our Republic. If I am not mistaken Mr. Soros is a member of The Open Society Organization as is Mr. Assange. I believe the WikiLeaks (parts 1 and 2) were orchestrated by GS. How would Julian Assange manage to release all these Top Secret Documents, which basically spills the beans on what America thinks about everyone of our enemies and our Allies without the help of someone with very deep pockets, if you get my drift. How does Assange stay alive, where does he get his money. Who pays for his lawyer. Some guy from Australia, aided by a private in the USARMY does this. Simply cannot be none. Obama (with GS’s help) allowed this to happen.
Think about this: TSA – I have seen pictures of people at the Airports, whose 4th Amendment rights are being seriously violated. WTP are being conditioned to accept the strong arm of the Government. DHS is already taking their Gestapo to Buses, Trains, Boats – next thing you will have intra-state check points, then interstate check points. Its coming. Then, this past week-end, the WH ordered DHS via ICE to simply go in and SEIZE 75 domain sites, without any warrants, nothing. The people who owned these Domains had no clue they had violated any laws. The FEDS just went in and S h u t T h e m D o w n!!!!!! Because they could. Last time I checked, ICE was supposed to help enforce illegal immigration. The excuse DHS used was Copy Right Infringement, but if that was the case, that comes under the Department of Justice.
We all know that Obama wants control of the Internet. He wants the Kill Switch. He definitely sees the Alternative Media as his enemy. He basically controls TV News, National newspapers, etc. I definitely believe that Obama has been and continues to be well aware of WikiLeaks. He is the enemy within. He basically is in the process (moving at a lightening pace) of putting the boot to WTP throat. The hammer is coming down. Control of the Internet would be a dream come true for BHO.
In closing, I called Senators J. Cornyn was well as Sessions, Coburn, Hatch, etc. pertaining to Voting For Censor of the Internet, and with one exception none of these people had heard of the FEDS seizing 75 Domain addresses this week-end.
Take care, and may God continue to bless you and your family. May God bless our Country.”
Gilboa: WikiLeaks Exposures Demand Policy Change–Posted on Israel National News-By Elad Benari-On November 30, 2010:
These are pertinent excerpts from this article and/or blog post:
“Professor Eytan Gilboa, professor of communication and government at Bar-Ilan University, addressed on Monday the exposure of sensitive documents by WikiLeaks.
Speaking to Arutz Sheva’s daily journal, Gilboa, who is an expert on U.S. matters and former advisor in the offices of the Prime Minister, Defense Minister and Foreign Minister, said: “The publications weaken the United States and a weak United States is not a good thing for Israel.”
He added that he is concerned by an image of the U.S. as a country under attack led by a weak president. Such an image, according to Gilboa, might very well lead to continued attacks on the Americans.
Gilboa said that the very exposure of the documents is a “serious failure” on the part of the U.S. government, a failure which he believes that the U.S. is already paying for in the international arena, since it is now assumed by any diplomat or informant that should they contact their American counterparts, there is a legitimate concern that what they say would ultimately be made public. “There are known rules to the game,” said Gilboa. “Things that are said and sent confidentially should remain that way.”
He added that he does not believe that so far, any particularly severe information has been leaked, but warned that such information could be made available later in the week.
“So far there is nothing new,” said Gilboa. “Most of it was already known, but still, when things show up written in black and white it’s embarrassing. We all knew that Saudi Arabia and other countries fear Iran, but when it is written that there was pressure on their part to attack Iran it’s embarrassing.”
According to Gilboa, the U.S. administration must find the person who leaked the documents, punish them severely, and work to repair foreign relations. As for Obama’s dealing with the information that has been leaked, Gilboa believes that he should focus on changing his treatment of hostile countries.
“Obama so far has been relatively soft on the enemy, and he should examine his strategy and support more allies,” said Gilboa. “The reconciliation with the Arab world failed.
Now Obama needs to change his policy and present an action plan so that he can deal with two problems for which a solution has still not been found: the fundamentalist Islamic terrorism, and the proliferation of nuclear countries such as Iran and North Korea.”
Just Another WikiLeak On An Already Sinking Ship–Posted on The Heritage Foundation-On November 29, 2010:
These are pertinent excerpts from this article and/or blog post:
“There is nothing positive that can be said about the release of more than a quarter-million confidential American diplomatic cables by the rogue hacker organization WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks has recklessly and inexcusably put lives at risk.
Any U.S. person who cooperated with WikiLeaks has committed a crime and should be prosecuted to the maximum extent of the law.
That said, WikiLeaks is not the end of the world. The fundamentals of U.S. relationships with other nations remain unchanged. Leaks are not going to stop nations from cooperating with the U.S., or for that matter sharing secrets with us. Nations cooperate with the U.S. because it is in their interest to do so. And no leak will stop nations from acting in their self-interest.
But what is in our best interest? This has not been a good month for the Obama Doctrine: The President came home empty-handed from Asia, North Korea fired artillery at South Korea just days after revealing nuclear facilities no one knew they had, and Obama failed to get the G-20 to take any action limiting trade imbalances. It was not supposed to be this way. After apologizing for all of our nation’s sins, the world was supposed to swoon at President Obama’s unparalleled charisma. As American military power withered away, President Obama would use soft power and the United Nations to manage world affairs. But like Woodrow Wilson and Jimmy Carter before him, this progressive foreign policy vision has failed.
That is why it is so important for the Obama Administration to change course on foreign policy. Heritage Foundation Foreign Policy Studies Director James Carafano advises:
- The president should dump the New START treaty—its one-sidedness makes the U.S. look like a lousy negotiator in the eyes of the world … and a patsy in the eyes of the Russians. He should also reject out of hand calls to gut the defense budget and just flat out declare that America will stick it out in Iraq and Afghanistan until the job is done. And while he’s at it, he could stand up to China and stop extending the hand of friendship to regimes interested in a world without freedom or America.
The President should also make it a publicly top priority to hunt down any American connected with these leaks and prosecute them. This is not the first WikiLeak. This is, in fact, the third time that WikiLeaks has undermined our nation’s national security, and the Obama Department of Justice has been silent each time.
Nobody gets more cooperation than a winner. The Obama Administration can begin to right its foreign policy ship by stopping and successfully prosecuting the WikiLeakers.”
These are pertinent excerpts from this article and/or blog post:
“When all is said and done regarding the WikiLeaks diplomatic-cable data dump, two things may be of special note.
One is that on the day of the promised dump, WikiLeaks is suffering a massive but relatively low-tech cyber attack. Experts observe that the U.S. government has more sophisticated ways to commit cyber-sabotage; it’s not clear who would be doing this, or why.
The other noteworthy aspect of the event is the topic Max Boot discusses: the complicity of the mainstream media in publicizing the WikiLeaks gambit and creating buzz about it. I certainly agree that the media organizations have behaved as irresponsibly as Max outlines. And it’s worth reflecting, if only briefly, on the ambulance-chasing level to which they seem to have descended in a professional sense.
The New York Times’s top “revelation” from the cables is a case in point. The authors inform us breathlessly that the U.S. has been secretly pressing Pakistan to better secure the high-enriched uranium at a research-reactor complex. But who could be surprised by this? The New York Times itself published an extensive report in 2007 on America’s detailed, hands-on efforts to improve nuclear security in Pakistan. In April 2010, during President Obama’s nuclear-security summit, the Times documented the unique concern among Western leaders with the new research reactors being built in Pakistan. The UN is pressing Pakistan to place the new reactors under IAEA supervision. Nuclear security in Pakistan has been a major topic for pundits and diplomats for quite a while now. The U.S. has made it the focus of a key bilateral project since 9/11. The surprise — especially for faithful readers of the New York Times — would be if America were not actively working to make Pakistan’s high-enriched uranium more secure.
A free press has often meant an adversarial press, and that in itself is not inherently bad. But an adversarial posture is justified by the constructiveness of its goals.
There is a noticeably sophomoric element in the mainstream media’s cooperation with WikiLeaks: an indiscriminate enthusiasm for anything that’s being kept secret by the authorities, regardless of its objective value as information. We can only hope that the New York Times editorial staff will eventually make use of its own archives to put today’s uninteresting parade of revelations in context.
I would disagree with Max on one thing. The worth of the latest WikiLeaks dump is greater than zero — and greater even than its value in notifying us about Qaddafi’s voluptuous Ukrainian nurse.
Its true value lies in confirming what hawks and conservatives have been saying about global security issues.
China’s role in missile transfers from North Korea to Iran; Syria’s determined arming of Hezbollah; Iran’s use of Red Crescent vehicles to deliver weapons to terrorists; Obama’s strong-arming of foreign governments to accept prisoners from Guantanamo — these are things many news organizations are reporting prominently only because they have been made known through a WikiLeaks dump. In the end, WikiLeaks’s most enduring consequences may be the unintended ones.”
Is Soros funding WikiLeaks?–Posted on Soros Files-On February 7, 2012:
Soros and WikiLeaks: Time To Investigate Their Connection!–Posted on NewsReal Blog-By JOSEPH KLEIN-On December 2, 2010:
Soros-funded Lawyer Defends WikiLeaks!-Posted on America’s Survival-By Cliff Kincaid-On February 27, 2012:
Will Defense Secretary Leon Panetta Help Accused Army Traitor?–Posted on Soros Files-By Cliff Kincaid-On February 27, 2012:
Bradley Manning Charged in WikiLeaks Case!-Posted on Baltimore Sun-By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun-On February 24, 2012:
Army Private Faces Arraignment In WikiLeaks Case!-Posted on OfficialWire-By Associated Press-On February 23, 2012:
Bradley Manning: US general orders court-martial for WikiLeaks suspect!–Posted on Global Post-By News Desk-On February 3, 2012:
How did Bradley Manning ever get control of 700,000 secret military files?–Posted on Western Journalism-By BREAKING NEWS-On January 2, 2012:
The Deceptions of Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, and Ron Paul!-Posted on America’s Survival-By Cliff Kincaid-On December 28, 2011:
Al-Qaeda Already Using Wikileaks Material Against Us: ‘The terrorists have tapped into their extensive network of sympathizers to glean intelligence from the leaked cables.’–Posted on Pajamas Media-By Brian Fairchild-On March 9, 2011:
Hot Post: WikiLeaks’ Internal E-Mails Revealed: Show Intent To Bring Down The U.S. Government And Possible Connections to George Soros–Posted on NewsReal Blog-By JOSEPH KLEIN-On December 5, 2010:
Soros and WikiLeaks: Time To Investigate Their Connection–Posted on NewsReal Blog-By JOSEPH KLEIN-On December 2, 2010:
Wikileaks given data on Swiss bank accounts–Posted on BBC News-On January 17, 2011:
WikiLeaks Ushers in Era of ‘Hacktivists’–Posted on NewsMax.com-By Arnaud De Borchgrave-On December 10, 2010:
Does the Public Really Have the Right to Know WikiLeak Secrets?–Posted on PJTV-By Andrew McCarthy-On December 7, 2010:
WikiLeaks’ Assange Threatens to Go ‘Nuclear’ With New Leaks–Posted on NewsMax.com-By David A. Patten-On December 6, 2010:
Obama Downplays WikiLeaks Fiasco–Posted on NewsMax.com-By David Limbaugh-On December 3, 2010:
Slate Mag calls for Hillary Clinton’s “Scalp”–Posted on Big Journalism-By Curtis Kalin-On December 1, 2010:
Bank Of America Sets Up Swat Team To Combat Wikileaks–Posted on Business Insider-By Courtney Comstock-On December 2, 2010:
Lieberman: NYT’s Publishing of Leaks Criminal-Posted on NewsMax.com-On December 8, 2010:
Throw the WikiBook at Them: ‘Our heretofore torpid administration needs to think creatively to stop Julian Assange.’–Posted on National Review Online-By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER-On December 3, 2010:
Major Media Outlets Advising Wikileaks on Releases–Posted on The Blaze-By Jonathon M. Seidl-On December 3, 2010:
Call It Treason!–Posted on Patriotic Resistance-By Michael Reagan-On December 1, 2010:
Bradley Manning: Poster Boy For ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’–Posted on Human Events-By Ann Coulter-On December 1, 2010:
Experts Slam Obama for WikiLeaks Security Scandal–Posted on NewsMax.com-By David A. Patten-On November 30, 2010:
Julian Assange Says Document Dump Targets ‘Lying, Corrupt and Murderous Leadership’: ‘Wikileaks Chief Promises to Reveal Many More Government Secrets.’–Posted on ABCNews.com- By JIM SCIUTTO, RUSSELL GOLDMAN and LEE FERRAN-On November 29, 2010:
WikiLeaks founder could be charged under Espionage Act–Posted on The Washington Post-By Ellen Nakashima and Jerry Markon, Washington Post Staff Writers-On November 30, 2010:
Hoekstra: Death Penalty Possible for WikiLeaks Perpetrator–Posted on NewsMax.com-By Henry Reske and Kathleen Walter-On November 29, 2010:
Republican wants WikiLeaks labeled as terrorist group–Posted on The Hill-By Michael O’Brien-On November 29, 2010:
Lieberman: Shut Down WikiLeaks–Posted on NewsMax.com-On November 29, 2010:
There Are Traitors in America–Posted on FoxNews.com, O’Reilly Factor-By Bill O’Reilly-On November 29, 2010:
Iran ‘Greatest Threat,’ Bush Says, Slaps Obama for Weakness–Posted on NewsMax.com-By David A. Patten and Kathleen Walter-On November 29, 2010:
A Soldier’s Take on Wikileaks–Posted on National Center for Public Policy Research-By Amy Ridenour-On November 29, 2010:
Palin Slams ‘Incompetent’ Pres. Obama for WikiLeaks ‘Fiasco’–Posted on FoxNews.com-On November 29, 2010:
Video: Wikileaks Questions–Posted on The Daily Beck-By Glenn Beck-On November 29, 2010:
Note: While conservatives have denounced the national security damage of WikiLeaks, which recently published the largest cache of secret military information in the nation’s history, media figures on the left have hailed the anti-American Assange as courageous and PFC Manning has been nominated for Noble Peace Prize 2012, although their deplorable actions have put the lives of U.S. troops and their allies at risk. The following articles and/or blog posts are just a few that have hailed them as a heros-You Decide:
Bradley Manning nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2012!-Posted on GlobalPost-By Lillian Rizzo-On February 7, 2012:
Amnesty International Media Awards 2009-Posted on June 9, 2009:
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange–Posted on Time CNN-By Eben Harrell-On July 26, 2010:
Assange: Bond villain—or Bourne? ‘The WikiLeaks mastermind’s cultural persona is far more complicated than pundit wits care to think’–Posted on Film Salon-By MATT ZOLLER SEITZ-On December 3, 2010:
Julian Assange is the Ned Kelly of the digital age–Posted on National Times-By Bryce Lowry-On December 8, 2010:
Journalists from more than 60 countries join in support for WikiLeaks–Posted on Global Investigative Journalism Network:
1. Am I the only one who has noticed that WikiLeaks didn’t seem to have access to America’s top secrets until after President Obama’s inauguration?
2. Isn’t it curious that, although this is the third time that WikiLeaks has undermined our nation’s national security by leaking sensitive documents, the Department of Justice has been silent each time until recent and has done little or nothing visible to stop the leaks?
3. Could President Obama and his administration be using the deplorable actions by Wikileaks to shut down our Internet access as part of their Cloward-Piven Strategy in their final push to destroy our country?
Note: The above articles and/or blog posts relate to and/or support my blog posts-You Decide:
President Obama’s ‘Missing Link’!
Progressive group maps out President Obama’s strategy for next 2 years!
Powerful men who meet secretly and plan how to run our country!
Is Obama Employing the Cloward-Piven Strategy?
What is the ultimate goal of the TSA fiasco?
FCC Voting to Take Over the Internet!
Who owns our supposedly fair and balanced airwaves and news outlets?
Mystery contrail was from Chinese missile!
National Security Shouldn’t Be For Sale!
Nuclear Summit Part of Obama Administration’s ‘Fantasy Foreign Policy’
China Nuclear Deal With Pakistan!
The President Must Stop Voting “Present” on Iran!
Will The New START Undermine Our Nuclear Security?
Is Shariah Law A Danger To Our U.S. National Security?
FBI Escorts Known Hamas Operative Through Top-Secret National Counterterrorism Center!
Could Steps That Team Obama Has Taken Be Emboldening Terrorists?
Are Intelligence Personnel Empowered to Employ Their Ingenuity and Resourcefulness to Connect The Dots?
Does Human Rights Law Apply to Terrorists?
Why should terrorists be given the extraordinary protections that you and I have as American citizens?
Obama and Holder’s Hidden Agenda!
When Did the American People Elect Eric Holder Commander in Chief?
Veterans and members of our Armed Forces under attack!
How the EU’s Lisbon Treaty Affects U.S. National Security:
America’s Love Affair With Obama Is Over!
Nearly 80 percent don’t trust the government!
Is it time to call for Obama’s resignation!
Washington Times Calls for Obama’s Impeachment!
Where Is America Today?
A Nation Adrift Theme and Disclaimer:
“Food For Thought”
“God Bless & Keep Our USA Safe”