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Who Are the Kurds?

| October 14, 2014
Who Are the Kurds?

As this is being written there is a battle going on between the Kurds in a Syrian town on the border with Turkey, Kobani, and the Islamic State (ISIS) militants that have seized a large area of northern Syria and Iraq. ISIS is also moving south toward Baghdad. The only area they have not been […]

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Obama’s Iranian Deal is a New Disaster

| November 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

The headline of the lead, page one article in The Wall Street Journal on Friday, November 8 was “U.S., Iran Close In on Nuclear Deal” with a sub-headline “West Set to Ease Some Financial Sanctions in Exchange for Tehran Freezing Most Advance Work.’ Secretary of State John Kerry cut short a visit to Middle East […]

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From Haile Selassie to Bibi Netanyahu

| September 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

On June 20, 1936, Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia addressed the League of Nations following the annexation of his nation by Italy the previous year, after Mussolini’s army had invaded. Both nations were members of the League. It condemned the invasion and had imposed economic sanctions that were weak and ignored by its members. In […]

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Apologizing to Our Enemies

| September 16, 2012 | 0 Comments

All Presidents are hostages to events. It is, however, the manner in which they respond that shapes their outcome. By the afternoon of September 11, the Obama administration scrambled to disavow a statement to the assault on the U.S. embassy in Cairo that had been issued by the embassy. The statement said, “The Embassy of […]

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Why Everybody’s Going To War in the Middle East

| August 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

by Ron Holland   “Everybody’s going to war but we don’t know what we are fighting for.” – Nerina Pallot, from “Everybody’s Gone to War” Iran Wants War Although a peaceful nation for hundreds of years, Iran was invaded and occupied by the Allies in both World War One and Two. Then in 1980, at […]

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A Deceitful October Surprise?

| August 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

In the past few days I have become deeply concerned that, once again, the American people are being “played.” It says “something” when an American citizen feels he cannot trust his government to do the right thing when called upon, much less do the right thing for the right reasons! In the event you hadn’t […]

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The Mitt Romney Problem

| June 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

“In an interview with Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation Mitt Romney declares that he would do exactly what Barack Obama has done and use military force, not in defense of our nation, but in a preemptive strike against Iran without Congressional approval. He says, I can assure you if I’m president, the Iranians will […]

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Obama To Take US Into A Proxy War with Russia?

| June 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Maybe its me.  Maybe I’m just getting old.  But it seems to me that the current occupant of the Oval Office is trying to cussed hard to show his “warrior” colors. It seems every time we turn around these days there is another report on how Obama is killing US enemies. There is something just […]

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Obama Weakens the Military

| January 16, 2012 | 0 Comments
Obama Weakens the Military

DefenseCutsIn a recent American Thinker commentary by Jim Yardley, he said, “It is apparent that the president, in developing his strategy, used the same extensive knowledge, his superior intellect, and worldly wealth of experience that he brought to his strategy for his $800-billion stimulus, his strategy for providing cost-free health care to millions of Americans, and his strategy for using ‘smart diplomacy’ to defuse not spots around the world.”

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War Clouds Continue to Gather

| January 13, 2012 | 0 Comments
War Clouds Continue to Gather

obama-dark-clouds-white-houseIf I have learned anything at all (since Al Gore invented the Internet) it is this: The US mainstream media cannot be trusted. They have an agenda and that agenda does not necessarily include dissemination of the truth. As a card-carrying member of the press for many years, I have always been aware of the left-leaning bias of the US media. That is not to say the same leftist bias does not exist in overseas media because it most certainly does.

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