http://www.carolineglick.com/e/2013/07/israels-reviled-strategic-wisd.php?utm_source=MadMimi&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Israel%27s+reviled+strategic+wisdom&utm_campaign=20130705_m116540940_Israel%27s+reviled+strategic+wisdom&utm_term=Continue+reading__ On Wednesday, Egypt had its second revolution in as many years. And there is no telling how many more revolutions it will have in the coming months, or years. This is the case not only in Egypt, but throughout the Islamic world. The American foreign policy establishment’s rush to romanticize as the Arab Spring […]
http://nsroundtable.org/as-we-see-it/kerry-in-wonderland/ http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2013/07/03/why-is-kerry-spending-his-time-in-israel/ Why is Kerry spending his time in Israel? Jennifer Rubin Oren Kessler in Foreign Policy asks, “Why is John Kerry shuttling around trying to kick-start a Middle East peace process that no one wants?” 227 Comments More Oren Kessler in Foreign Policy asks, “Why is John Kerry shuttling around trying to kick-start a […]
http://www.israelhayom.com/site/newsletter_opinion.php?id=4885 Obama’s worldview debunked One thing that the events in Egypt this week prove beyond a reasonable doubt is that U.S. President Barack Obama’s worldview is utterly false. Not that one need be a rocket scientist to have figured this out; anyone with a modicum of common sense long ago reached the conclusion that America […]
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/man-accused-murdering-kieran-crump-raiswell-4870028 Man accused of murdering Kieran Crump-Raiswell ‘sniggered’ after stabbing him Kieran, 18, was heading to look for a job when Imran Hussain, 27, walked up to him and “without warning” stabbed him four times in the chest, Manchester Crown Court was told A teenage gap-year student was knifed to death in the street […]
http://www.aish.com/sp/so/The-Iranian-Mystery-Man.html by Rabbi Shraga Simmons Dr. Daniel Dana’s incredible journey from Muslim Shiite to proud Israeli citizen. Daniel Dana’s office in Jerusalem has the feel of a museum – with hundreds of photographs and news clippings lining the walls, chronicling his 35 years of activism against the fanatical Islamic regime in Iran. But that’s […]
http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/equality-and-the-court The word “equality” is woven into the fabric of the nation. Despite the clause in the Declaration of Independence and Lincoln’s continual efforts to preserve it, most people assume we are born with different endowments, have different temperaments, behave in different ways and, most assuredly, are unequal. In fact, the more we as a […]
MY ONLY CAVIL WITH TIFFANY GABAY IS THE FOLLOWING: “Whether the U.K. is now paying the piper for its colonialist past” The UK’s colonial past despite its bigotry toward native populations had established solid infrastructures, communications, judicial systems, health services, agriculture and parliaments, when the British flag came down throughout its empire. The rest is history….the Zimbabwe model….where one man one vote became one thug no vote and resulting famine, epidemic and chaos. The Brits are paying a price for immigration of Moslems with no demands for assimilation and patriotism…rsk
By now, the outrageous story of Louis “Chip” Cantor, an American Jewish student who was detained and interrogated at U.K. customs, allegedly subjected to anti-Semitic slurs, and then deported to the United States, has made its rounds across the Internet.
While the details of Cantor’s ordeal seem almost too egregious to be true, based on the U.K.’s policy of appeasement towards its Muslim population, I do not doubt this young man’s story.
When I was a young, impressionable youth coming up in the world, I was what you’d call an “Anglophile.” Despite being raised in a devoutly pro-American household and being incredibly patriotic myself, I was also seduced by the supposed culture and sophistication that, at the time, it seemed only the “European way” could offer — that and I was an aspiring writer whose literary idol was Shakespeare.
So enthralled was I with my romantic notions of Southwark and the banks of the Thames where so many of my lifelong heroes and heroines came to life, that I actually packed up and moved to London and would remain there, on and off, for five years.
http://frontpagemag.com/2013/andrew-harrod/undaunted-elisabeth-sabaditsch-wolffs-fight-for-free-speech/ The self-proclaimed Austrian “anti-jihad” and “anti-sharia activist” Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff appeared on June 21, 2013 at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, DC, at an event co-sponsored by the Center for Security Policy (CSP) and the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET). In introducing the event, CSP’s Christine Brim called people like Sabaditsch-Wolff the “defenders […]
http://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/2013/07/04/who-lost-the-middle-east/ Behold, the White House’s Middle East wrecking crew. Both of these developments were reported last evening: Al Arabiya  published the article “Saudi king congratulates Egypt’s new interim president”; Time  magazine reported that ”Obama expresses ‘concern’ over Morsi ouster, orders review in military aid to Egypt.” In the light of the Saudi king’s fulsome congratulations, Obama’s sour reservations […]
http://www.nationalreview.com/node/352731/print Harry Anderson, a magician and comic (made famous by his stint as the judge on the old sitcom Night Court), used to have a routine where he’d promise to juggle George Washington’s ax. I’m quoting from memory here, but he’d say something like: “I have here George Washington’s original ax — the one he […]