U.S. outs Israeli nuclear program
An administration concerned with optics decides to out the top secret nuclear program of an ally. In a development that has largely been missed by mainstream media, the Pentagon early last month quietly declassified a Department of Defense top-secret document detailing Israel’s nuclear program, a highly covert topic that Israel has never formally announced to avoid a regional nuclear arms race, and which the US | Read More »
The Wussification of America
Life in the real world is a stone-cold female canid, sometimes. Just ask President Obama, who got played in public the other day by the leader of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu. Bibi knows a little bit about what it takes to navigate the reality of a tough, dishonest and sometimes brutal world. So standing up at a press conference with a not so friendly U.S. President | Read More »
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 »
Obama and his ‘Friends’
This past week our nation remembered the eleventh anniversary of September 11th 2001, the day when thousands of our countrymen died at the hands of Muslim extremists. We all remember where we were, what happened that day and the horrifying days that followed when we realized the widespread effects of this. Most of us felt insecure and endangered. But we had a strong, capable leader | Read More »
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NERO FIDDLED, OBAMA FUNDRAISED, Rome Burned on the 4th Day
Seeing the Oval Office vacant is nothing new to Americans. In fact, I personally saw it empty one day in 1976 as a White House guest during the tenure of Gerald Ford. But today the world burns as the President campaigns. The decline of the Roman Empire was not due to lack of military prowess but moral vacuity and ineptitude at the helm of leadership where | Read More »
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Only Strength Will Save America
America has lost its image of strength around the world because we have a weak and compliant leader. Yesterday’s events prove this point more than any words can say.
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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 »
Benjamin Netanyahu for President!
It is striking (I say ‘striking’ in lieu of ‘devastating’) the contrast between a true world leader and another… well… not so much. All through Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to the joint congress I couldn’t help thinking, “So this is what our nation has been missing?” After years of yammering, double talk, lying, and occasional truth speaking we wish were not true (sky-rocketing energy | Read More »
Netanyahu Takes George Stephanopoulos To School On GMA -Full Annotated Transcript
This morning, Bibi Netanyahu sat down with George Stephanopoulos on Good Morning America. He skipped around the issue of a US/Israel spat but then schooled Stephanopoulus on some basic truths that are never reported by the mainstream media, or recognized by President Obama. He talks about the concessions Israel has made vs the ones the Palestinian Authority hasn’t, the need for crippling sanctions on Iran and whether Israel will go it alone. Interestingly as the Press Secretary for a President who was very active in the region, Stephanopoulos shows a rather amateur knowledge of the history of the last 20 years in the Middle East. What follows is a full transcript of the interview, annotated with commentary, insight and snarky comments.
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Netanyahu Picked Up the Mantle Obama Tossed Aside.
The United States has for decades been known as the leader of the free world. Not anymore. Obama with his speech brought rousing applause from those present at the United Nations to hear it. I’m unsure whether the applause was for promises of appeasement or his New World Order. Responsibility and leadership in the 21st century demand more. In an era when our destiny is | Read More »
Obama an Anti-Semite?
Kuddos to Netanyahu, who, to a room full of men who would like nothing more than to see the Jews disappear in a vapor trail, said these words: “Yesterday, the man [Ahmadinejad] who called the Holocaust a lie spoke from this podium,” “To those who refused to come and to those who left in protest, I commend you, but to those who gave this Holocaust | Read More »
Moral Equivalence, My Ass
Fantasy-monger, President Obama, was at it again. In addressing the UN General Assembly earlier this week, with soaring vapidity and the usual banal platitudes, Barry perpetrated, once again, some of His favorite myths. He parroted the hyper-alarmism over “climate change”—now there’s a self-evident truth—and He reiterated the fatuous and disingenuous notion of moral equivalency. The dirty little secret is Obama no more believes in “moral | Read More »
Neutrality Obama Style – Israel and Iran
Obama’s pathetic response to the Iranian tyrants pogrom against the disenfranchised voices of dissent, and the Ayotollah’s stormtroopers cracking skulls in the streets of Tehran presents an interesting question for the future: “Will Obama remain similarly deferential and silent when the “Muslim World” (as he showed in Cairo he is given to dividing up the world along religious boundaries) asks him to speak out against | Read More »
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Carter and Mubarak on Netanyahu’s speech – priceless
Jimmy Carter, who may not have been the worst President ever but is certainly the worst ex-President ever, says that Netanyahu is ruining everything: “In my opinion, Netanyahu brought up several obstacles to peace in his speech that others before him have not placed,” Carter told the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Monday. “He insists on settlement expansion, demands that the Palestinians recognize | Read More »
Benjamin Netanyahu calls for Israeli Elections
Serious Mayhem: A Conservative Policy Arena After learning only yesterday that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert will be resigning his leadership post, today we learn that the top opposition leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, is calling for new elections. Olmert is under intense scrutiny and facing charges of corrupton. This growing storm has finally taken its toll and forced him not to seek his Kadima party’s nomination. | Read More »