Syria Is As Syria Does

    GOP Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich gave a speech in Nashville, TN. In this speech he addressed what he felt America should do about the current situation in Afghanistan. We are not going to fix Afghanistan. It is not possible,” Gingrich said. “These are people who have spent several thousand years hating foreigners. And what we have done by staying is become the new foreigners. “This | Read More »

    Syria Is As Syria Does

    GOP Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich gave a speech in Nashville, TN. In this speech he addressed what he felt America should do about the current situation in Afghanistan. We are not going to fix Afghanistan. It is not possible,” Gingrich said. “These are people who have spent several thousand years hating foreigners. And what we have done by staying is become the new foreigners. “This | Read More »

    Is the peace between Israel and Egypt over?

    I hear you out there. You are wondering where this is coming from. Everything I’ve been writing has been about the Republican primary and with today being the Iowa caucus you were expecting  me to push for a candidate or at the very least continue attacking one of them. Not today. Today I am thinking about one of  President Obama’s foreign policy”successes,” the Arab spring. Yes | Read More »

    Obama’s Middle East Blunders Come Home To Roost.

    Or, depending on where you are on the conspiracy ladder, all is according to plan. So how’s that nation-building scheme workin’ now, Mr President? It’s apparent that wherever our young President dabbles in mid-east diplomacy, the crescent is in ascendancy. It made me laugh listening to the academized boneheads of the administration vomiting forth platitudes of a ‘democratic Arab Spring’… a democratic Egypt… a democratic | Read More »

    Christie Seeks to Bolster Pro-Israel Credentials by Meeting with Ambassador

    By Matt Rooney | Cross-Posted at The Save Jersey Blog Governor Christie is sitting down this morning with Dr. Michael Oren, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States. It’s not at all unusual for Israeli representatives to meet with prominent American politicians. For Christie, however, the meeting has value-added political importance if he wants to continue his meteoric rise on the national GOP scene. That’s because the Governor took | Read More »

    Obama snatching Surrender from the jaws of Victory?

    So Obama-bin-Biden & al-Democrats have found their opportunity to keep their promise to Code Pink radicals (and those whom would impose yet another Dictatorship in Iraq) and enact the usual Democrat Surrender Doctrine (Democrats ALWAYS cut/weaken U.S.Defense) and fully withdraw from Iraq. They have spent years blaming Bush for everything while claiming the successes of the SOFA (Status Of Forces Agreement) that Bush put in | Read More »

    America Is Never So Strong…

    “America is never so strong as when she is hurting, or her back is against the wall.” Today across America, citizens of this great Country are participating in memorials to the events of 9/11/2001.  Clearly for many, ten years have not erased the scars, or lessened the sadness.  For many, there is a need for a gathering of strength and fellowship, even in sorrow.  The | Read More »

    Obama Flexes Military Muscles Against The Weak

    Under the premise of protecting the Libyan people, Obama inserted the United States into a foreign civil war, costing taxpayers nearly a trillion dollars.  I believe that a flexing of American military muscle is needed from time to time because it keeps our enemies at bay. However, picking on a weak, third world country is simple bullying and Obama has a lot of explaining to | Read More »

    McCain and Graham Claim to Speak for Conservatives on Libya

    Whenever we attempt to evince bold distinctions between ourselves and the Democrats, Lindsey Graham and John McCain can always be counted upon to muddle those distinctions.  Foreign policy, in particular, is a subject in which voters struggle to perceive clear differences between the parties.  Consequently, we must repel the rapturous support for the so-called Arab Spring emanating from Obama’s tag team of favorite Republicans. Back | Read More »

    McCain and Graham Claim to Speak for Conservatives on Libya

    Whenever we attempt to evince bold distinctions between ourselves and the Democrats, Lindsey Graham and John McCain can always be counted upon to muddle those distinctions.  Foreign policy, in particular, is a subject in which voters struggle to perceive clear differences between the parties.  Consequently, we must repel the rapturous support for the so-called Arab Spring emanating from Obama’s tag team of favorite Republicans. Back | Read More »

    Part 4 of Many: Wasserman Schultz and Obama’s Vision for Israel

    This the 4th in a series of articles on the pearls of wisdom that come forth from Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Chairman of the DNC and the perm-challenged Congressman from Florida’s gerrymandered 20th Congressional District.  This could be called the Wacky World of Wasserman.  On June 5th, she had an editorial in the Sun-Sentinel regarding Obama’s Middle East speech at the State Department.  It starts | Read More »

    The Obama Doctrine of Appeasement

    When Obama was elected, he made a speech in Cairo that was tantamount to the second coming of Christ if you were to listen to the progressives and liberals who fawn (see anything by MSNBC) over everything he does. By reaching out the Muslim world, Obama was supposed to have fixed everything that Bush got wrong when dealing with Muslims. However, Obama being the great | Read More »

    A historical perspective on why Obama is wrong about Israel

    …Netanyahu is correct. What Obama is asking is for him to risk the survival of his entire nation, and he’s right to take what some are calling a “defiant” tone here.

    It is almost unprecedented to expect the victor of a war to return territories won in the conflict, especially when such lands are obtained from an aggressor and viewed as strategically essential territories for future defense.

    In the entire history of human civilization on this planet, I’m aware of one country, just one, that was victorious in war and then voluntarily gave up conquered territory: The United States.

    After World War II, America not only agreed to allow Germany and Japan to retain their independence, but also supported a significant portion of their rebuilding through the Marshall Plan and related programs.

    Note, however, that we didn’t call up Hitler in 1943 and try to “negotiate” peace. We fought on land, sea, and air until the German military could take no more. We did not stop fighting until Hitler had committed suicide and the Germans had officially and formally surrendered.

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    Please Get This Guy a Doctor

         Much has been written recently about Obama’s speech at the State Department regarding Middle East policy.  When I was in college, I had a professor wrote “psycho-biographies” of philosophers based on knowledge of their lives, their writings, and their philosophies.  When that book is finally written on Barack Obama, I am quite sure the phrases “narcissist” and “delusions of grandeur” will somehow be involved.  | Read More »

    Obama’s Apologist Manifesto – a/k/a Kicking our Israeli Ally Under the Bus

    In his speech today, President Obama regurgitated his far left, apologist manifesto. While millions continue to struggle through America’s economic meltdown, crushing unemployment, free-falling housing market, and paralyzing gasoline prices, President Obama announced his generous plan to forgive billions in Egyptian debt and loan billions to create jobs in the Middle East. (It sounds strangely reminiscent of his failed domestic stimulus package and his promise | Read More »