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Congressman Steve Stockman on ISIS

Congressman Steve Stockman on ISIS

By Michael Greer Congressman Stockton brought Ted Nugent to Obama’s 2013 State of the Union speech. In 2014 he made more Members of Congress’s heads explode when he walked out of Obama’s State of the Union speech. The Congressman is an entertaining man. After serving two terms in Congress for two different districts in Texas, […]

About That Other “Special Relationship”

About That Other “Special Relationship”

    By Thomas L. Knapp When it comes to entangling alliances, the “special relationship” between the United States and Israel tends to take center stage. Interposing one’s self between a herd of American politicians and an opportunity to appease Benjamin Netanyahu is a good way to get trampled to death. Lately, though, US relations […]

Hubris Unlimited: Tom Cotton versus Reality

Hubris Unlimited: Tom Cotton versus Reality

By Thomas L. Knapp Freshman Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) wants the United States to pick a fight with Iran. Not an all-out brawl, unhealthy he says; just an itty-bitty bout along the lines of 1998’s Operation Desert Fox, link in which US aircraft carried out four days of airstrikes on Iraq. Setting aside the fact […]

5 Ways The Iran Deal Could Go Sour, And One Sign Of Hope

5 Ways The Iran Deal Could Go Sour, And One Sign Of Hope

By Ivan Plis . As Americans and Iranians weigh the consequences of the draft nuclear agreement announced Thursday, cialis a number of its provisions remain under close scrutiny. In the first full day since its announcement, Iranian and American authorities are already presenting conflicting interpretations of its rules. Where could the tentative agreement fall through […]

No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

by Gregory J. Welborn President Obama was so disdainful of Benjamin Netanyahu that he publicly commented he hadn’t even bothered to watch the Prime Minister’s address to Congress, viagra 40mg and then obfuscated about its text not offering any “viable alternative”. From that statement alone, medicine we can deduce that the President really didn’t even […]

The President’s Terrible Legacy

The President’s Terrible Legacy

By Gregory J. Welborn   By all accounts in Washington D.C., President Obama is sprinting to the finish line of his two terms desperately seeking to establish the legacy which will be his when the verdict of history is written. He believes it will be established on the domestic front where he has spent so […]

Middle East: Persecuted Flocks Prepare For Christmas

Middle East: Persecuted Flocks Prepare For Christmas

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

by Arie Egozi  

Mideast Policy by way of Common Core

Mideast Policy by way of Common Core

Editor’s Note: This came to us from a reader who has been in the battle against Common Core (the new Federal curriculum) from the beginning.  The message sent regarding its origin: “A lady with a daughter in the LAUSD (San Fernando Valley, Sherman Oaks) who is Jewish sent this to me. Her daughter is in […]

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