On Repeating History and Being Doomed
Prior to September 11, 2001, the worst terrorist attack on the Western Hemisphere did not happen in North America – but in Argentina. In 1994 Hezbollah-linked terrorists, funded by the Iranian government, bombed the Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association (AMIA). The terrorist attack killed 85 people and injured hundreds. Those victims are still looking for justice. Over the following 22 years, numerous news accounts have found Argentina | Read More »
, Alberto Nisman
, Argentine-Israeli Mutual Association
, Barack Obama
, Carlos Menem
, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
, Héctor Timerman
, John Kerry
, Los Abandonados
, Terrorist attack
Iran’s President Rouhani Spikes Nuclear Football in U.N. Victory Speech on American Soil
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani spiked the nuclear football in his U.N. victory speech in New York this afternoon.
Complete with threats against the “Zionist Regime” (Israel), blaming the U.S. for ISIS’s dominance in the Middle East, and empty promises about it’s nuclear ambitions, the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran – the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism – declared victory for the recent nuclear deal, as American hostages suffer.
Read More »
Surprise: Iran declares it has found new uranium deposits
If the situation were not so dire, I would be laughing. Not must a gentle chuckle, but a rollicking, bowel-loosening belly laugh. Iran has discovered an unexpectedly high reserve of uranium and will soon begin extracting the radioactive element at a new mine, the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organisation said on Saturday. The comments cast doubt on previous assessments from some Western analysts who | Read More »
The Blood on Barack Obama’s Hands
The warning signs were there in 2009. President Manuel Zelaya of Honduras sought a referendum to change the Constitution of Honduras to allow himself a longer tenure in office. The Honduran Constitution permanently bars multiple terms and it is not an amendable provision of the nation’s constitution. The Honduran Supreme Court ruled that Zelaya had overstepped his bounds and Zelaya sought to stir up civil | Read More »
Senate Approval of Iran Deal Likely, But Americans Still Hate It
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Allysen Efferson and author Arthur Herman to discuss his book on American industry in WWII, then Morgan Chalfant from the Washington Free Beacon discusses the Iran nuclear deal which secured enough votes for passage today, Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and yesterday’s police shooting outside Chicago.
Read More »
Obama is about to Get his Iran Deal
As we should have come to expect by now, the latest news coming out of Capitol Hill on the Iran Deal is not good. We have already discussed on the Front Page how and the Senate Republican leadership are giving up the fight, but with more and more Democrats coming out in support of the deal as the days go by, it looks like it | Read More »
The World On Fire – the Obama National Security Legacy
The Center for Security Policy, premiered its new video, “World on Fire – The Obama National Security Legacy,” during the opening night oh the Red State Gathering ’15 in Atlanta. As they put it, “It’s a powerful look at the dismal failures of the past six years.” The video begins with a clip from then Sen. and presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama’s July 15, 2008, | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, Center for Security Policy
, Chuck Schumer
, Islamic State
, North Korea
, Red State Gathering
Rick Santelli on The Fed, Interest Rates, and the Economy
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Rick Santelli to discuss when The Fed will hike interests rates, by how much, and if the economy can absorb the rate increase. Then we’ll be joined Steve Oliner from AEI to discuss the mortgage market, and finally Andrew McCarthy on terrorism, the Iran nuclear deal and his new book.
Read More »
Tags: Andrew McCarthy
, Coffee and Markets
, interest rates
, Rick Santelli
, Stephen Oilner
, The Fed
China’s Stock Market Plunges, and Unrest in the GOP
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss plunging Chinese stock market, then David Harsanyi and Rob Bluey talk about conflict within the GOP.
Read More »
John Kerry stunned – STUNNED – that Iran doesn’t like us
I’m starting to think that John Kerry may not know what in the hell he’s doing. DUBAI (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said a speech by Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on Saturday vowing to defy American policies in the region despite a deal with world powers over Tehran’s nuclear program was “very disturbing”. “I don’t know how to interpret it at | Read More »
Hillary “TINA” Clinton Falls In Line On Iran
Streiff’s hilarious concept of failure theatre comes in multiple genres. I’d like to propose yet another taxonomy thereof. In honor of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s completely submissive position of the disastrous Iran deal, I give you The TINA Show. TINA is an argument that gets made when a politician feels compelled to support a policy that almost anyone with the morality or intellect of a toadstool | Read More »
Will Iran Shake Up The Oil Markets?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the impact of the Iran deal on oil markets, Jed Babbin talks about Israel’s response to a new US-Iran relationship and Josh Zerkle talks football.
Read More »
Obama Administration Continues Insolent Tone with Media over American “Hostages” Abandoned in Iran
The Obama Administration is adding insult to injury. After President Obama attacked a reporter questioning his decision to make a deal with Iran leaving four American hostages behind as “nonsense,” Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman continued this insolent tone yesterday.
Instead of merely addressing a question about the hostages, Undersecretary Sherman attacked the reporter’s characterization of the wrongfully imprisoned Americans as “hostages.”
Not hostages? That’s absurd.
Read More »
Remember Peak Oil?
Image Source : The Washington Post You could not be seriously serious unless you were concerned about Peak Oil. The officially official announcement of this phenomenon came in 1956 in a paper by M. King Hubbert entitled “Nuclear Energy and The Fossil Fuels.” He noticed that an oil field was a finite resource and that it’s productive performance could be modeled by building a Gaussian | Read More »