UN-nation; un-nation; non-nation; anti-nation
I do not think there is a Palestinian nation. I think it’s a colonialist invention – Palestinian nation. When were there any Palestinians?

“Of all the Palestinian lies there is no lie greater or more crushing than that which calls for the establishment of a separate Palestinian state in the West Bank… Not since the time of Dr. Goebbels has there been a case in which continual repetition of a lie has borne such great fruits….”

– From “Palestinian Lies” in Haaretz, July 1976.

Nothing could better underscore just how emaciated Israeli foreign policy has become than the penetrating observation by former Meretz minister of education Prof. Amnon Rubinstein articulated above.


MAX FRIEDMAN ADDS COMMENTS TO DAVID ISAAC ” A STATE OF INTERDEPENDENCE” Max Friedman has been both an accredited and freelance journalist/author/columnist  for over 40 years, from covering the Vietnam war to Jewish affairs, internal security and media bias.He has been published in Human Events weekly, was a special investigative reporter for the Jewish […]

THE PALARAB WONDERLAND: ASAF ROMIROWSKY,7340,L-4123182,00.html The Palestinian wonderlandOp-ed: Palestinian statehood bid based on irrational worldview, flawed interpretation of history Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found are a great way to understand the Palestinian narrative. Specifically, Carroll uses time and space as the plot device while drawing on chess imagery, mirror themes, opposites and time running backwards. […]


“Are you finding it difficult to satisfy the Tea Party?

I speak honestly and I speak plainly. The perfect candidate that everyone ever has agreed with — I’m still waiting for that man or woman to show up. I made a lot of decisions and I’ve got a substantial record. From time to time I’ll get something wrong. I’ll admit it those times when I have not been correct. But people will never have to guess where I stand on an issue.”

Rick Perry Exclusive: The GOP’s Fiery Front-Runner on His Rise, Record and Rhetoric
The hard-charging governor commands a Texas-sized lead in the polls. In an interview with TIME’s Richard Stengel and Mark Halperin, Perry defends his controversial résumé and explains why Americans aren’t looking for “political correctness” in 2012. Lightly edited excerpts follow.

HOT PICKS FROM FSM Billions in Unemployment Benefits Paid in Error. [WSJ] General Reported He Was Pressured on Testimony About White House-Backed Project [FOX] Administration’s List of Religious Freedom Violators Excludes Pakistan, 5 Others [CNS] Mortgage default warnings spiked in August, signaling potential new foreclosure wave [AP] White House Backed $535 Million Solyndra Aid as Auditor Warned on […]

Attack Watch: An Unintended “Talking Point” Edward Cline Attack Watch: An Unintended “Talking Point” If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. In June of 2009, the White House launched an “inform on your fellow Americans” email campaign. It was subsequently and immediately swamped beyond capacity with ridicule, anger, and mockery by Americans who were offended by the suggestion that they […]

Now Is the Time: Frank Salvato Unless you’ve been living under a soundproofed rock for the past two and a half years you know that the approval rating for our nation’s politicians is pathetically low. President Obama’s approvals are hovering around 44 percent while Congress’ approval rating hardly shows-up on the radar screen at 13 percent, and rightfully so. Those […]


Stop the Islamization of America Posted By Jamie Glazov URL to article: Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Pamela Geller, the founder, editor, and publisher of She is the executive director of Stop Islamization of America (SIOA), as well as the Freedom Defense Initiative (FDI), and is a regular columnist for the American Thinker, […]


Palestinians Promote Genocide; NYTimes Silent Posted By Kenneth Levin URL to article:   If Palestinian leaders indoctrinate their people to pursue genocide and the New York Times doesn’t report it, is the indoctrination nevertheless of consequence? In a recent poll of Palestinian opinion – conducted by Stanley Greenberg, leading pollster for the Democratic party, […]

RICH LOWRY: WITH PERRY’S ENTRY THE GOP GOT ADRENALINE The Big Hoss  With Perry’s entry, the GOP presidential race got the adrenaline shot it lacked. You could tell Rick Perry was going to be a big problem for Mitt Romney as soon as the Texas governor started blowing him kisses. Asked a question on his first campaign leg about a Romney talking point, […]