Mark Levin’s interview with Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister
By Arthur Weinreb
Last week, the Honourable John Baird, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, took a few minutes while on a trip to Mongolia to speak to Mark Levin on his radio show (Listen Here—Go to the 7/24/14 show, 49:10 mark). Levin and Baird spoke about the current Middle East crisis.Illegal Aliens from Failed Socialist Economies or War Refugees?
By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh
As our government is insanely arranging flights at taxpayer expense for Honduran children so that they don’t have to make a dangerous trek across Mexico and pay coyotes $5,000 to invade our country illegally, their president is smiling, making no excuses for his inept and corrupt administration or the fact that this “refugee” airlift will encourage a continuous flow of illegal immigration to grow the ranks of Democrat voters in the U.S., moving large numbers of Hondurans and displacing American citizens.Hamas Propaganda War Being Waged on World’s Main Street
By Judi McLeod
Even thousands of miles away from Gaza, citizens live in fear. And that’s just the way Western leaders want it. With their people living in fear, Western leaders escape citizen wrath for their lack of leadership in failing world economies.The Next Great War
By Alan Caruba
In the July 24 edition of The Wall Street Journal there was a commentary, “Wanted: Converts to Judaism” by the chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, Arnold M. Eisen. I thought to myself that this was an extraordinary time to be suggesting conversion to a faith that is literally under attack in Israel and being attacked by the reemergence of anti-Semitism in Europe. Here in America we are witnessing the most pro-Islamic and anti-Semitic administration in the history of nation.Kirchner continues to manipulate Argentine emotions: Risks escalating conflict over the Falklands
By David C. Jennings
For the past year or so Argentinean President Cristina Kirchner has been making the most popular of noises in her homeland as well as on the international stage, that of ‘repatriation’ of the Falkland Isles or as Argentina prefers – Islas Malvinas.