50 Years Ago – The Six-Day War for Israel’s Future Begins

50 years ago today, Israeli civilian and military leaders, aware of rapidly advancing war preparations by the surrounding Arab nations of Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iraq and Lebanon launched a decisive, pre-emptive strike. The attack and subsequent battles ended the immediate Arab threat. In the process, The victory led to the retaking of Israeli territory - … Continue reading 50 Years Ago – The Six-Day War for Israel’s Future Begins

Letter to Benjamin Netanyahu

Dear Prime Minister Netanyahu, On the occasion of your birthday, I wanted to send you greetings and well wishes. I pray your day is filled with immense joy and that you are surrounded by family and friends. Yom Huledet Sameach! As an American, I take great pride in the special friendship the United States of … Continue reading Letter to Benjamin Netanyahu

Beheading Children Beneath the Black Flag

Qur'an, Surah 8:12 - "I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them"  Matthew 24:9 - "Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and ye shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake." There … Continue reading Beheading Children Beneath the Black Flag

She Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Qualifications

Ready for Hillary? Her supporters cannot even name a single valid accomplishment. This enlightening video serves a valuable purpose. The people being interviewed aren't just random people on the street unexpectedly; these are committed, dedicated supporters, party activists and loyalists who were happily waiting in line at a Hillary book signing. In other words, her most ardent … Continue reading She Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Qualifications

Diplomacy As Farce

President Obama's efforts to resolve the stalemate with Iran have yet to produce concrete results, so when Secretary of State Kerry emerged with a deal late on the night of 11/23/13, it was hailed as a major breakthrough. Looking through the details, however, the deal amounts to unilateral surrender by the west and America. Even our … Continue reading Diplomacy As Farce

Thank You, President Obama

Republicans have been kind of ridiculous recently. We were crazy to try and defund Obamacare when clearly, it was going to work in every way possible, and contributed to the government shutdown that lasted over two weeks. The time has come to move past all the rancor and partisanship, and it's time we showed some … Continue reading Thank You, President Obama

The KGB Chief Outsmarts the Chicago Community Organizer

"Gov. Romney, I'm glad that you recognize that Al-Qaeda is a threat, because a few months ago when you were asked what's the biggest geopolitical threat facing America, you said Russia, not Al-Qaeda. You said Russia ... the 1980s, they're now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because, you know, the Cold War's … Continue reading The KGB Chief Outsmarts the Chicago Community Organizer

Historical Precedent for Failure

President Obama has inevitably seen both his popularity and reputation decline, as his inept, and badly bungled policies and initiatives create and exacerbate problems both foreign and domestic. It would be entirely reasonable for someone who takes a serious and critical look at current events to conclude the following: “The president lives in the world of make-believe where … Continue reading Historical Precedent for Failure

Blind-sided On the Road to Damascus

After campaigning against the "misguided" war in Iraq during his first run for the presidency in 2008, prematurely ending the war in Afghanistan, and involving itself in a muddled, inconclusive conflict in Libya, the Obama administration now seeks Congressional authorization to begin military operations on behalf of the Al Qaeda and Al-Nusra Front allied Syrian rebels against Bashar al-Assad. With no … Continue reading Blind-sided On the Road to Damascus

Scoreboard Don’t Lie

Hot off the presses comes the one piece of news all of us have been awaiting with bated breath. The Economist magazine recently published the latest iteration of their annual rankings - "The Lottery of Life" of best places to be born - this edition taking 2013 into consideration. Some immediate takeaways: 1. The last time their rankings … Continue reading Scoreboard Don’t Lie

The Arab Spring and The Winter of Our Discontent

We are approaching the one year anniversary of the beginning of the troubles. Since December 18, 2010, all across the Muslim world, popular uprisings have led to the downfall of longtime dictators and strong men, as groups labeled "the youth" or "the people" have filled public spaces with crowds demanding that "democratic principles" take hold, … Continue reading The Arab Spring and The Winter of Our Discontent