Monthly Archives: June 2011

Independence Day (an annual repost with edits).

Some may wonder what the real significance of July 4th, or Independence day is to the world, let alone the United States. The 18th century was known as the Age of Revolutions, and for good reason. It was ended, really, … Continue reading

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An Obama foreign policy

Caroline Glick Outgoing US Defense Secretary Robert Gates is worried about the shape of things to come in US foreign policy. In an interview with Newsweek over the weekend, Gates sounded the warning bells. In Gates’ words, “I’ve spent my … Continue reading

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Losing His Religion: A Pentagon terror scare and a media taboo.

  By JAMES TARANTO There was a terror scare at the Pentagon this morning. As CBS News reports, it started when the U.S. Park Police “came upon” 22-year-old Yonathan Melaku wandering around Arlington National Cemetery, which was closed. “The Park … Continue reading

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Something you’ll never see anywhere else…

in the Arab world, but certainly do every year in Israel. Now, why is Code Pink protesting Israel? ‘It’s worth being gay’ By YONI COHEN 10/06/2011 From street parades to beach parties, there’s something for everyone at the all-accepting Tel … Continue reading

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The Real Story

Those of you who have read my blog know that I have zero love for Sarah Palin. In fact, I don’t like, or dislike her. I AM fascinated by the mainstream media’s obsession with her, but that is not the … Continue reading

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Where Obama is Leading Israel By Caroline Glick

In the aftermath of US President Barack Obama’s May 19 speech on the Middle East, his supporters argued that the policy toward Israel and the Palestinians that Obama outlined in that speech was not anti-Israel. As they presented it, Obama’s … Continue reading

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