Category Archives: Middle East

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Peggy Noonan: The Inconvenient Truth About Benghazi

Peggy Noonan: The Inconvenient Truth About Benghazi Did the Obama administration’s politically expedient story cost American lives? By PEGGY NOONAN May 10, 2013, WSJ The Benghazi story until now has been a jumble of factoids that didn’t quite cohere, didn’t … Continue reading

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McCarthy: Along Comes Hamas

Along Comes Hamas By Andrew C. McCarthy November 17, 2012, National Review The day of reckoning is here. For over 30 years, the United States government and the institutions that drive public opinion have made like Susan Rice when it comes … Continue reading

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McCarthy: Sharia and Freedom

Sharia and Freedom By Andrew C. McCarthy, October 20, 2012, National Review Online NRO EDITOR’S NOTE: This column is adapted from Andrew C. McCarthy’s foreword for Andrew Bostom’s Sharia Versus Freedom: The Legacy of Islamic Totalitarianism, published this week by Prometheus … Continue reading

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Turley: Shut up and play nice

Shut up and play nice: How the Western world is limiting free speech By Jonathan Turley, October 12, 2012, Washington Post Free speech is dying in the Western world. While most people still enjoy considerable freedom of expression, this right, once … Continue reading

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The coming war between western civilization and Islam.

By Stephen D’Allotte, EdTimes staff. With the fuss over the little film on YouTube denigrating the Prophet of Islam being used as an excuse to escalate, Muslim radicals and Imams (who, in my view, are synonymous with radical Islam), continue … Continue reading

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Sowell: Barack Obama and the Redistribution of Power

Barack Obama and the Redistribution of Power The president’s foreign-policy failures aren’t unrelated to his globalist ideology. By Thomas Sowell, September 26, 2012 Nowhere is the contrast between Barack Obama as defined by his rhetoric “(“Obama 1”) and Barack Obama as … Continue reading

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Curtis: Should we have the right to disobey Islamic law?

Should we have the right to disobey Islamic law? Laura Curtis, September 19, 2012 Should we have the right to disobey Islamic law? The future of western civilization hinges on our response to this question. Right now people are suggesting … Continue reading

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HotAir: Rice: Benghazi attack was spontaneous; Libya: No, it wasn’t

[Ed. note: I was going to write up a separate post about US UN Ambassador (or is that "Embarassador") Susan Rice's statements in the most recent meet-the-press episode(s), but Ed Morrissey of HotAir has already summed it all up well.] … Continue reading

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Instapundit/Reynolds: Why Barack Obama should resign

WHY BARACK OBAMA SHOULD RESIGN. By Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit, September 15, 2012 Just for the record, this is what it looked like for a man who made a film that made the Obama Administration uncomfortable: Here’s the key bit: “Just … Continue reading

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Taliban targets Prince Harry in Helmand Province

As we reported on September 8, Prince Harry (Capt. Harry Wales, second son of Princess Di, and brother to William) has been posted to Camp Bastion in Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan, for a four-month tour of duty as an … Continue reading