Monthly Archives: November 2009

IMPACT-SE

Institute for Monitoring Peace And Cultural Tolerance-School Education In doing some research on recent statements by Salaam Fayad, the prime minister of the Palestinian Authority, I came across this NGO. Their sole job is to monitor textbooks and educational curricula … Continue reading

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If world war III starts in Yemen and no one covers it, do you hear it fall?

Almost incredibly, one of the most important stories of the last century is getting no coverage in the American press. The Saudis resumed their bombing of Shiite rebels in Yemen yesterday. These rebels are sponsored by the same folks who … Continue reading

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"We are at war, and we will use every instrument of national power – civilian, military, law enforcement, intelligence, diplomatic and others – to win,"

This was from attorney general Eric Holder today in regard to the decision to try KSM in NY. If so, how to explain his decision and the official policy of the Obama administration to NOT use the term “war on … Continue reading

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The mullahs’ big week

Caroline Glick  Posted: 06 Nov 2009 07:29 AM PSTAt first glance, this past week seems like a week that Iran’s mullahs would very much like to forget. Early Wednesday morning, IDF naval commandos boarded the merchant ship Francop and diverted … Continue reading

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Silencing dissent in America

Caroline GlickPosted: 02 Nov 2009 09:38 AM PSTFormer ambassador to the UN Dore Gold should probably buy himself a flak jacket. Gold is scheduled to debate Richard Goldstone at Brandeis University next Thursday and the anti-Israel forces are organizing quite … Continue reading

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When the Saudis bomb civilians, no one hears about it.

FROM YAHOO NEWS (if you can believe it!!)   Nov. 5, 2009 6:19 pm ET SAN’A, Yemen – Saudi Arabia sent fighter jets and artillery bombardments across the border into northern Yemen Thursday in a military incursion apparently aimed at helping its … Continue reading

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“He leapt on the desk, began shouting ‘Jesus saves’ and killing everyone in sight”

Need I say more?

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