A handy checklist for the rumored Chuck Hagel appointment.
Just some things to keep in mind: Chuck Hagel has a problem with Israel. Specifically – and as per the, um, National Jewish Democratic Council – Chuck Hagel has a real problem with supporting Israel over the terrorist groups that have been trying to destroy Israel within my lifetime, and probably yours as well. It was reported that American Jewish leaders gave administration staffers an | Read More »
Jed Babbin Talks Fiscal Cliff and the Middle East
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by Jed Babbin to discuss the fiscal cliff negotiations, why Republicans are losing the argument over taxation and our damaged image in the Middle East.
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RAND Report Reveals Obama Administration’s Intricate Collaboration With The Muslim Brotherhood
The Obama administration has been diligent in employing a strategy of engagement with the Muslim Brotherhood. But, it is the Muslim Brotherhood’s agenda that is the focus of this joint effort, instead of the interests of the United States. This is according to a report done by the RAND Corporation’s National Defense Research Institute, which is a federally funded research and analysis center and is | Read More »
Can We Finally Bury the Palestinian Fairy Tale?
Nothing has illustrated the definition of insanity more than the cycle of propping up the Palestinian Authority under the the assumption that they are moderates, in the hopes of achieving peace. Yesterday’s vote by the UN to recognize a Palestinian country on parts of Israel’s sovereign territory should be the final straw to end this craziness that has consumed our foreign policy for 20 years. | Read More »
Israel Gets No Respect…
Perhaps the most under asked question is; why is there a need for a cease fire between Israel and Hamas? Before giving the impression of a warmonger, I am not suggesting that hostilities continue. Not at all. I am wondering if the recent fighting should have been occurring at all? The last four years have left Israel withering on the vine. A nation having to | Read More »
Axis of Hamas-Iran-Egypt Evil vs. Israel Alone
No one actually believes U.S. president desires that his Muslim Brotherhoods suffer defeat, despite Obama Administration statements since Israel struck back against Hamas in Gaza last week. No, the din of President Barack Obama’s apology tours, Cairo speech, bows to dictators, silence when Iran’s mullahs were mowing down freedom-lovers in Tehran’s streets, abandonment of Egyptian ally Hosni Mubarak, Muslim Brotherhood ties in his White House and Secretary | Read More »
Tech at Night: Google back on the Net Neutrality train. Anonymous declares war on Israel.
Hey everyone. Sorry for not doing this Friday night. I was a bit out of it. So, we’re doing this Saturday night.
Some people just don’t learn, though. Google is still defending Net Neutrality incredibly enough. So are Facebook and Netflix, by the way (shameless plug for Amazon Prime streaming alternative).
Of course, there’s a problem here: Google’s PAC splits evenly D/R in donations, but The people of Google lean so far left they gave $737k to Obama, versus $31k to Romney. Think about that. Mo wonder they’re still trying to feed a beast of regulation that may try to break it up.
If anything does in Bay area innovators, it’ll be their slavish devotion to big-government Democrats.
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I Nominate Benjamin Netanyahu for the Nobel Peace Prize
Look I understand the Nobel Peace Prize has become more so a glamour award than anything else. Once upon a time before we started giving it to figures who had not yet actually accomplished anything remotely related to peace, the award stood for something genuine and was a symbolic gesture of true leadership around the world. But if I may, I would like to restore | Read More »
Operation Pillar of Defense: Death Toll Rises in Israel – Hamas Conflict
In response to a continuous barrage of rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip the IDF has launched a widespread campaign against terror targets in Gaza – Operation Pillar of Defense. More than 700 rockets have struck Israel since the beginning of the year, and more than 120 since Saturday. The two main goals of the operation are to protect Israeli civilians and to cripple the | Read More »
Youth Talk Radio | U.S. Foreign Policy
Young conservatives discuss the United States’ policy toward various foreign countries and the recent attack in Benghazi. Follow @Kyle_P_Rogers Follow @SamW_NGC Follow @Micah_Tardy Follow @GregoryCBlackie
Obama’s Foreign Policy Record vs. Romney’s Foreign Policy Plans
Originally published on 10/9/2012 In preparation for the upcoming presidential debate on foreign policy, let’s examine key areas of the president’s foreign policy as compared to Mitt Romney’s stated foreign policy goals. Iran The Obama administration continues to refuse to set “red lines” for Iran, apparently unmoved by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent speech to the United Nations. The sanctions | Read More »
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Tech at Night: We need to attack the core problem of state-run cyber attacks, not grow government
So, more cybersecurity. The government is starting to recognize state actors online, which makes sense given that enemies like Iran aren’t shy about it. That’s good. Recognizing fact is a prerequisite to making good policy. But I think trying to dictate to private business is the wrong idea. Huawei and ZTE may be organs of the People’s Liberation Army, which would make it a good | Read More »
Charles Boustany: The Most Pro-Palestinian Republican in Congress
The primaries ended a long time ago, and we are all focused assiduously on the general election. However, there is one major Republican primary contest that is still outstanding. The member-on-member battle between conservative Jeff Landry and pro-Palestinian leftist Charles Boustany in Louisiana District 3. Louisiana holds a jungle primary in which all candidates, regardless of party affiliation, are put on the same ballot on | Read More »
PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP or “Where is your Whoopi Cushion?” Part I of a Series
September 2012 should be a month of scandal and sure defeat in the upcoming election for any sitting President… …but we live in a world of pop culture elections, fake noise to distract, and teflon media coverage making it difficult to identify real leadership. PART ONE of THREE REPORTS Leadership is not something you hear. Leadership is not something people say. Leadership is action. And in America leadership deserves to be reported | Read More »
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The Very Thin Red Line.
Barack MaoBama is standing on Israel’s last nerve. Having abrased his way through all the goodwill the Israelis can muster, he’s really barking up the wrong tree. The Israelis, unlike our Mr Obama, are not deluded by anything this worst president in American history, or his lackeys, have to say. Stark realism is always at the root of the Israeli soul. It’s been deeply ingrained | Read More »