Monthly Archives: May 2009

The wildest conspiracy theory of them all…

Yesterday in the Times, I read something that even I could not have dreamed up. A group of HRH Obama’s LEFT wing supporters postulated that the only reason Obama’s Iran strategy is SO incompetent. So poorly planned and executed, so … Continue reading

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Someone FINALLY gets it right…

Obviously not everything is correct here, but the largest points are.1) That Jordan was established to be the home for the ARabs of the British Mandate of Palestine and2) That anti Israel Jews (principally George Soros) have mobilized behind Obama … Continue reading

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What memorial day really means – and some perspective…

On the op-ed page of the NY Times today were the following incredible sketches done by a POW of the Japanese during WWII. For those arguing about torture, it might serve them well to remember exactly what our enemies do.. … Continue reading

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Herr Fuhrer Strikes Again

If you continue to doubt my contention that Obama wants nothing more than to be a dicatator, and that his expansion of the worst of the Bush detention/wiretapping/state secrecy doctrine/torture/ and rendition policies are part of the overall plan, with … Continue reading

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The Myth of Settlements

One of the things you always hear from administrations that are not favorable to Israel, is discussion of stopping “settlements”. Bet you didn’t know that there hasn’t been a “settlement” built in more than 15 years. Did you also know … Continue reading

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The brilliance of Obama…

One of the most difficult thing for me to teach my students when I am teaching them how to brief a case, or simply read a popular article, is how to parse opinion. They struggle with questions that ask about … Continue reading

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What can we learn from Sri Lanka?

Most have probably not been following the events in Sri Lanka over the last month or so. Good reason for that. The Sri Lankan government has not allowed any press coverage. Coverage of what, you ask? Well, the Tamil separatists … Continue reading

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