2 Articles; The Left’s Very Anti-PC Strategy: Hate, Fear, Stereotype, and Treat Diversity as Evil; * The Big Split in the Revolutionary Islamist Movement: Sunni and Shia Blocs Emerge

From Rubin Reports.Blogspot.Com The Left’s Very Anti-PC Strategy: Hate, Fear, Stereotype, and Treat Diversity as Evil Posted: 13 Aug 2011 07:49 AM PDT By Barry Rubin When one talks to supporters of President Barack Obama, one quickly learns that his actual policies and their relative success or failure are of no importance for, say, 30 to 40 percent of Americans in general and about 50 to 60 percent of Jews. (I’d be happy to hear Continue Reading

Report: Iran missiles can now hit targets at 2,000 km range

From Haaretz.Com Iran launched two long-range missiles into the Indian Ocean in February, Iranian news agencies reported yesterday, quoting as their source the commander of the Aerospace Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. The commander, Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, said that if Iran is attacked, it can retaliate by targeting American aircraft carriers in the region, which he described as “moving targets.” Hajizadeh said Continue Reading

A Coming Intifada of Arab Suicide Demonstrators

From American Thinker.Com May 27, 2011 A Coming Intifada of Arab Suicide Demonstrators GA_googleFillSlot("AT_300_250_bottom"); This year's May 21st Nakba Celebration, the day that Israel was created and Arabs call the day of "catastrophe," was the test run for a movement of mob riots and suicide demonstrators to advance on Israel.  On June 5, the day the Six-Day-War broke out, the same Pro-Palestinian leaders who were instrumental Continue Reading

Are Democratic Elections Feasible in the Middle East?

From American Thinker.Com May 02, 2011 Are Democratic Elections Feasible in the Middle East? Americans are hopelessly infatuated with "democracy" and relentlessly try to export it.  The recent "Arab Spring" testifies to the seductive power of our proselytizing.  Protestors often demand "freedom and democracy" but mesmerizing slogans aside, why is "democracy" so valuable or what it does it mean to those risking life and limb for Continue Reading

Iran, Nukes, and China’s Inroads to the Middle East: What’s Next Mr. President?

From American Thinker.Com April 21, 2011 Iran, Nukes, and China's Inroads to the Middle East: What's Next Mr. President? By Reza Kahlili With the Middle East in an uproar, the roles being played by Iran and China are of utmost importance to our national security, economy, and global stability.  It is imperative that Americans grasp the significance of this. President Obama's simple approach to dealing with the Iranian nuclear Continue Reading

The State of the “Peace Process,” An Enlightened Mass Media Viewpoint

From Rubin Reports.Blogspot.Com The State of the "Peace Process," An Enlightened Mass Media Viewpoint Posted: 20 Apr 2011 06:40 AM PDT This article is published in PajamasMedia. The full text is provided here for your convenience. By Barry Rubin Mass media editorials are worth analyzing not because they influence government policy—they don’t—but because they reflect current thinking in elements of the elite and sometimes Continue Reading

Bahrain Causing Pain

From KHouse.Org BAHRAIN CAUSING PAIN While the world focuses on Libya, another serious conflict is quaking the tiny island nation of Bahrain in the western Persian Gulf. Bahrain covers less than 300 square miles, but the growing tensions between its Sunni monarchy and Shiite majority have drawn in the power of neighboring giant Saudi Arabia. The discord in Bahrain thus offers significant tremors to threaten the already shaky stability Continue Reading

The Children’s Crusade

From American Thinker.Com April 05, 2011 The Children's Crusade By Ed Timperlake Both Russia and the Peoples Republic of China abstained on the vote for "UN Security Council Resolution 1973."  It may turn out to have been a smart move for their national interests. It is now possible that no matter how the Libyan War turns out, it can accrue to their advantage. Even though they abstained, they still have the right to criticize if Continue Reading

ARE WE LISTENING? God is trying to get our attention through the traumas in Japan & the Mideast

From Flash Traffic Blog Wordpress.Com ARE WE LISTENING? God is trying to get our attention through the traumas in Japan & the Mideast joelcrosenberg | March 16, 2011 at 2:40 pm | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/piWZ7-1cU The focus of our upcoming Epicenter Conference in Israel in May is from the biblical Book of Joel in which the Hebrew prophet warns us that "the Day of the Lord is coming" and Continue Reading

Are We Facing “The West’s Last Chance’?

From American Thinker.Com February 24, 2011 Are We Facing 'The West's Last Chance'? By Janet Levy In the first chapter of The West's Last Chance (2005), Washington Times Editor Tony Blankley presents a fictional account of a neck-and-neck political race in 2007 America.  Entitled "The Nightmare Scenario," the chapter portrays a presidential candidate, facing polls that indicate an even race and rationalizing to seize an opportunity and Continue Reading