Category Archives: Middle East

Gold Star Mother Blasts Kerry’s Middle East Trip

by Jim Kouri, CPP A Gold Star Mother is urging American troops to snub Sen. John Kerry during his visit to Iraq. "I'm asking our men and women in Iraq to not allow themselves to be forced to pose with … Continue reading

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Pie-in-the-Sky Recommendations

by Thomas E. Brewton Two of the basic recommendations in the Iraqi Study Group Report are utterly unrealistic. In each case the Study Group, in typical liberal-socialist fashion, bases its proposals upon the theoretical assumption that everyone sees the world … Continue reading

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Foreign Policy Realism

By Thomas E. Brewton It is said that diplomats must be prepared to negotiate with the Devil, which raises the question whether anything can be gained by negotiating with pure evil. Is it realism to assume that the Devil can … Continue reading

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Did U.S. Elections Signal End To Democracy In Iraq?

by Jeff Lukens Elections have consequences. And for our recent election, the consequences have been a major setback in the war on terror and a greater threat to terrorist attack at home. This is so because a public with an … Continue reading

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Bidding Iraq Farewell

By Alan Caruba When the President decided to bring about regime change in Iraq, I thought it was a good idea. Saddam Hussein was among one of the world’s worst dictators, widely credited with slaughtering large numbers of Iraqis and … Continue reading

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A Modern Day Miracle: Global Warming or God’s Warning?

Ron Wexler, Commentary Ten Commandments Day The situation in Israel today is amazingly similar to the European climate in and around 1938. The policy of appeasement that existed in Europe prior to World War II ­ with British Prime Minister … Continue reading

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The Shofar Returns to the Temple Wall

The Jerusalem police are now trying to be politically correct in fear of offending the Muslims on their Temple Mount.  Nineteen-year-old Jerusalem resident, Eliyahi Kleiman, was taken forcibly from the Western Wall after blowing the shofar, or ceremonial ram's during prayer … Continue reading

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Israel Is Much Too Nice

By Irwin N. Graulich  Just like America, Israel is much too kind to its enemies. Had America fought the war in Iraq in the same manner used by Roosevelt during WWII, Iraq would have been over 2 years ago–and it … Continue reading

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Fashionable Burkas?

Exposing the Truth By Sharon Hughes I received an email in response to Part I of Fashionable Burkas? telling me that I would do better if I loved the terrorists: “Your jab at Muslim terrorist women for saying: American soldiers ("filth of the … Continue reading

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