Wake Up And Smell The Coffee With Your Bagel And Schmeer
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator New York City Forced To Welcome The U.N. General Assembly While A Terror Alert Is Issued As New York welcomes back diplomats and world leaders to the U.N. General Assembly, this yearly photo opportunity bonanza with typically little tangible results, the Department of Homeland Security issued an elevated terror alert for mass transit systems around the country. The | Read More »
Helmsley Hotels to Ahmadinejad: Scram.
(Via Drudge) They run a respectable establishment, you understand. The New York Helmsley Hotel last night abruptly canceled a long-planned banquet for next week after finding out that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was scheduled to attend and speak, The Post has learned. Helmsley representatives told Ahmadinejad to beat it after being informed by the security group United Against Nuclear Iran that the Israel-hating, Holocaust-denying America | Read More »
Ahmadinejad On al-Quds Day: “The Holocaust Is A Lie”
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator Do We Really Want To Negotiate In Good Faith With This Guy? Won’t The Negotiations Be Short One Serving Of Good Faith? On September 15th I posed the question: What is the purpose of the nuclear ambitions talks planned with Iran on October 1st? This was my hypothesis at the time: “So What Will It Really Mean? So | Read More »
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Iran And North Korea: Welcome Back My Friends To The Show That Never Ends
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator, Mike Haltman This, Despite The Always “Scary” Threat Of Tougher Sanctions To Be “Considered” If, By The End Of September, They Do Not Sit Down For Nuclear Negotiations With The United States And The Rest (or most) Of The World Community This is who we are up against. When will the world community take proactive steps, before the | Read More »
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, nuclear weapons
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Change………. Ahmadinejad: The U.S. Has ‘Made a Mistake’
From The Associated Press via Fox News: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,529246,00.html Iran’s hardline president lashed out anew at the United States and President Barack Obama on Saturday, accusing him of interference and suggesting that Washington’s stance on Iran’s postelection turmoil could imperil Obama’s aim of improving relations. “We are surprised at Mr. Obama,” Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in remarks to judiciary officials broadcast on state television. “Didn’t he say | Read More »
Kitty Genovese Lies Dying in Tehran
In March of 1964 a young, Italian-American woman, Kitty Genovese, returning from work, was brutally murdered while her neighbors watched from their windows and did nothing as she begged for help. Kitty screamed out, “Oh, my God, he stabbed me! Please help me! I’m dying!” Watching from their windows no one responded. The only attempt to help was from one witness who shouted from a | Read More »
The rupture in Iran
From the diaries by Erick. The only real test for the stability of a constitution is not how it copes with consensus, but how it stands up to the stresses of division. Iran’s complicated constitutional structure is about to face that test. Some have suggested that all power lies with the Supreme Leader. Some media have even described the position of Supreme Leader as one | Read More »
Opiate Addicted Obama-ites
Religious belief can manifest itself in faithful devotion to an acknowledged reality and does not always include the worship of a deity. Political piety can involve scrupulous and conscientious faithfulness to a person, idea or movement, which is the type of devotion evident in politics down through history as well as today. Karl Marx, demeaned belief in God saying, “Man, has found only the reflection | Read More »
Is American Dead? Is it the End of a Dynasty?
In a report published exclusively by Drudge a Russian professor makes some claims, quoted below: Professor Igor Panarin said in an interview with the respected daily IZVESTIA published on Monday: “The dollar is not secured by anything. The country’s foreign debt has grown like an avalanche, even though in the early 1980s there was no debt. By 1998, when I first made my prediction, it | Read More »
Obama congratulated-by Ahmadinejad!
November 07Obama congratulated by Ahmadinejad! Ahmadinejad offers congratulations to Obama Iran – President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has congratulated Barak Obama on his election win — the first time an Iranian leader has offered such wishes to a U.S. president-elect since the 1979 Islamic Revolution. Ahmadinejad sent a message to Obama in which he congratulated the Democrat on “attracting the majority of voters in the election.” The | Read More »
Ahmadinejad Feted at Obama Fundraiser’s Hotel
Its like those meetings without preconditions are starting early Inside, the Iranian president was given a warm welcome by John Brademas, a former congressman from Indiana who rose to become Democratic whip in the House from 1977-1981. Also welcoming him was Nihad Awad, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which was named as an “unindicted co-conspirator” in an alleged criminal conspiracy to | Read More »
They THREATENED to attack the tax-exempt status of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations? [UPDATED]
When I heard that line about how they had to disinvite everybody political from the anti-Ahmadinejad rally because of the IRS, I figured that it was nonsense, for pretty much the same reasons as Allahpundit. GOP/Dem disparity has never stopped anybody before and it’s a convenient face-save for a group that has to deal with a Democratic Presidential candidate in the middle of what is, | Read More »
Democrats force anti-Ahmadinejad protesters to disinvite Palin.
This is one of those times where I’m relieved to have left the Democratic Party several years ago. Trying to justify this tawdry denouement to Clinton’s withdrawal from the anti-Ahmadinejad rally next week: The organizers of an anti-Iran rally Monday rescinded their invitation to Alaska Governor Sarah Palin after Democrats protested that her presence would turn the event into a political rally, McCain campaign and | Read More »
Senator Clinton to withdraw from the Ahmadinejad protest. Over Palin.
When I heard that the protest of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s latest visit to the United Nations would be graced with the presence of both Senator Clinton and Governor Palin, I was pleased. It’s a nice thought that the two parties could agree on one thing, at least: that it’s important to remind the UN that just because they like having would-be genocidal maniacs wandering | Read More »
Obama Will Save the World
First, Obama will get rid of nuclear weapons. He is going to convince all the bad guys in the world to give up their nukes. Then we are going to have a big party. After the party, we are going to destroy all the USA’s nukes. It will be a nuke free world. It is like gun control. Once you pass a gun ban law | Read More »