Monthly Archives: April 2007

The truth about the Iranian Nuclear ambition

As I mentioned in a recent post, I had a unique opportunity to have an enjoyable dinner with a high ranking member of the Israeli Knesset. He has, and will hold other high offices (amongst the highest) including joint work … Continue reading

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Food for thought

“Congressman who willingly take action during wartime that damage and undermine the military are saboteurs, and should be arrested, exiled or hanged.”Abraham Lincoln I hope people will take a moment to actually READ all of these words before reacting reflexively. … Continue reading

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No Commentary necessary

Below is a speech given last week in Sudan by Speaker of the Palestinian Legislative Council, Sheikh Ahmad Bahr. You can see the speech in video if you go to the MEMRI website (memri dot org). “America Will Be Annihilated, … Continue reading

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A real Memorial Day

Last night at sundown, Israel began celebration of a 2 day holiday. The first of which, ending tonight at sundown is called Yom Hazikiron, followed the next day by Yom Ha’atzmaut. The first day is the equivalent of our memorial … Continue reading

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Alec Baldwin and the horror of parental alienation.

Alec Baldwin’s profanity laced tirade toward his daughter was “released” yesterday causing an uproar. Is he abusive? My guess would be no. What he did was truly terrible, no child should be spoken to like that. However, Baldwin is unquestionably … Continue reading

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A conversation about Egypt — an update.

I had a unique opportunity the other night to have dinner with a leading member of the Israeli government. Someone who has the most intimate knowledge of everything going on in the region. While I have spent time with many … Continue reading

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