Clearing Up the Middle East Situation
By Jim ONeill Full Story
Recently my mom complained to me that she is confused by what is happening in the Middle East. I doubt she is alone in this, and for her benefit and those of you who share her confusion I have decided to clear things up. With that in mind, what follows is a brief summation of the situation in the Middle East—hopefully it will answer a number of questions you might have.
The "Greatest Invisible Depression"
By Dr. Ileana Johnson Paugh Full Story
“There is no America! There is a cash machine.”—Michael Savage
We are experiencing the “Greatest Invisible Depression” in the history of the United States; the Depression Era soup kitchens and lines are unseen, coming to the mail box in the form of welfare checks, yet the government cash machine, the Fed, keeps printing bogus trillions that have no backing in goods and services.
France, Israel, Iran and Obama
By Joseph A. Klein Full Story
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius was in New York on Friday March 27th to lead a discussion at the United Nations Security Council on the subject of persecuted minorities in the Middle East. However, in comments he made to reporters, the focus was on ways to keep the search for an Israeli-Palestinian two-state solution alive and the prospects for an imminent nuclear deal with Iran.
Crimea and Ukraine: a Tragedy Like the Charge of the Light Brigade!
By Dr. Don Boys Full Story
Crimea, surrounded by the Black Sea, hangs like a diamond from the southern end of Ukraine. It has historic ties to Russia but was an independent republic until annexed in 2014 as part of the Russian Federation after a dubious referendum. Russia’s maritime fleet has been stationed in Crimea for decades. Almost 30 percent of Crimeans receive public pensions and another 10 percent are public employees, so the region will probably be financed by the Russian government, already impoverished with its grandiose military expansion and an escalation of U.S. sanctions.
If There is Any Racism, It Has Been to Bend Back in Favor of Arabs!
By Aaron I. Reichel, Esq. Full Story
The ironies have never been greater, as will be the representation of the Arabs in the new Israeli parliament now in formation. Prime Minister Netanyahu has been accused of racism upon trying to get out his base to vote by pointing out that the press was observing that Arabs were coming out in droves on Election Day. But what does this tell us? Even the most anti-Semitic Israel basher and Netanyahu basher has to concede that the fact that Arabs were coming out in droves to vote as never before is an indication that the Arabs are and feel enfranchised more than ever before, and the fact that this was a concern to the prime minister confirms that the Arabs, as all other citizens of Israel, wield real power in Israel.
Media Flail: Walker for Amnesty? (So Says WSJ, Says Breitbart)
By Arthur Christopher Schaper Full Story
When does the journalistic whip-lash stop in this world?
Obama Cites Ayatollah's Fatwa on Road to Nuclear War
By Raymond Ibrahim Full Story
As Iran continues edging closer to developing nuclear weapons—a major threat to the entire Mideast region, especially longstanding U.S. ally Israel—U.S. President Obama has come to the aid of the Islamic Republic, by citing an Islamic fatwa no less. In a video recording posted on the White House’s website, Obama said, “Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei has issued a fatwa against the development of nuclear weapons, and President Rouhani has said that Iran would never develop a nuclear weapon.”
Obama Leaks Israeli Nuke Secrets
By Matthew Vadum Full Story
Front Page Mag
President Obama ratcheted up his personal war on the State of Israel and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu by leaking Israel’s nuclear secrets to the media.
'Fido' unleashed: Google, Wells Fargo, IRS embrace universal Biometric ID System
By Gretchen Olson Full Story
With the roll-out of the Apple Pay thumb-scanning payment system late last year, biometric identification has been introduced into the daily lives of Americans. But Apple Pay is only the beginning of a biometric revolution coming to the United States and countries around the world. Heads of global technology companies, along with top officials in the federal government, have been working for several years on creating a “universal” system for identification of every citizen using the internet. And it goes by the friendly label, FIDO.
Making Hernan’s story go viral
By Judi McLeod Full Story
In our own villages, towns and cities we all have a Hernan, or someone like him, but in the rush of everyday life, keep passing them by.
The blind man with the tin cup, the homeless huddled in raggedy blankets, over city grates, the lost, lonely and the forlorn are sadly only fleeting moments in the lives of the perpetually purposeful and busy.
Terrifying the Republican Establishment
By Alan Caruba Full Story
- Would you vote for a man who openly says he would repeal ObamaCare?
- Would you vote for a man who openly says he favors a fair tax and wants to abolish the Internal Revenue Service?
Islam: Dirty Work At The Crossroads
By Dave Merrick Full Story
My first real job out of college was riding trains as a brakeman in the Colorado Rockies. Immediately, one learns as a railroader that a speeding coal train – at a mile-and-a-half long and weighing in at nearly fifty million pounds – doesn’t stop on a dime. It takes a long time and a lot of space to even noticeably slow all that mass down.
Obama Regime is Precisely What it Accuses America of Being
By Judi McLeod Full Story
With the mega ironies of our tumultuous times in competition for top spot, it must be The Irony of Ironies that Obama and his minions are down to a ‘Tee’ exactly what they accuse America of being: despicable bullies of the world.