OPINIONS: Shhhh: Judeo-Christian Culture Is Actually…Superior, # Obama’s New Energy Policy: A Lesson in Stealth Socialism, # FOOL US TWICE?

April 6, 2011
By CMAC

Is a 2012 Clinton 45 Win Unthinkable?
Lee Cary
Hillary Clinton would make a formidable 2012 presidential opponent running against any of the current crop of likely GOP candidates. More

Obama Re-Election and the Cult of Personality
Steve McCann
Team Obama knows it will not be able to honestly campaign on the President’s record of accomplishments. There is little option but to replay the 2008 campaign. More

Will Ignorance Lead to a Second Obama Term?
Lauri B. Regan
There remain too many Americans who simply do not understand just how incompetent and ideologically driven The Obama administration is. More

No Exit
G. Murphy Donovan
The conflict between the West and Islam is a strategic zero-sum game. If we continue to delude ourselves about the nature of this struggle, we do so at our peril. More

Terry Jones, His Critics, and Islam
Jack Kerwick
Jones’ critics have drained out the gnat and swallowed the camel. More

Shhhh: Judeo-Christian Culture Is Actually…Superior
Stuart Schwartz
Perhaps it is time to insist that our media and universities tell the truth: America is a great and fundamentally humane nation. More

The Rising Challenge to Israel’s Legitimacy
Jerold S. Auerbach
Israel confronts a looming legitimacy crisis carefully promoted by its enemies. More

The Budget Battle Boils Over »

by Rich Trzupek

A Clinton vs. Gingrich showdown may be on the horizon. …

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The Nation Magazine’s Former Gaddafi Romance »

by Daniel Flynn

Despotism’s cheerleader was for the dictator before it was against him….

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Senator Boxer: Dangerously Ignorant on CO2

by Art Horn

She rants on the House floor about the health effects of carbon in the air, absolutely ignorant that the amendment being discussed was about carbon dioxide. Yes, really. (With transcript and video.)

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Paul Ryan’s Budget: The Path to Prosperity?

by Veronique de Rugy

His bill could be better, but it is a welcome sight: we have someone in Congress who is serious about getting our books in order.

Love Obama, Hate Bush? April 4 Was a Dark Day

by Richard Pollock

A terrible campaign announcement, no mention of MLK’s assassination anniversary, and the promised New York trial of Khalid Sheik Mohammed abandoned. Bad day, guys.

Remembering an Evening with Malcolm X, and Some Thoughts on His New Biography

by Ron Radosh

Manning Marable — who sadly passed last Friday — has given us a compelling new look at the contentious figure.

Goldstone’s Mea Culpa and Israel’s Wars

by P. David Hornik

Essential to restoring that upper hand to Israel is the recognition of the difference between a democratic country defending itself and terrorists using the most cynical means imaginable in fighting it.

Terry Jones and Preemptive Capitulation

by Roger Kimball

The spoiled child says, “If you don’t do what I want, I’ll hold my breath till I faint.” The overgrown spoiled children of Islam require the same sort of medicine, though age adjusted, that little Johnny does. And Graham and Reid and company are very much inclined to give it to them.

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WHO Study Used to Justify ObamaCare a Scientific Fraud

by Rich Baehr

Findings were skewed to show better performance from countries with socialized health care systems.

Enough Already: Are Israeli Settlements Actually ‘Illegal’?

by Moshe Dann

The question brings us to an examination of the Fourth Geneva Convention and the Red Cross, and reveals an uphill battle against law and reason for those who want the settlements gone.

Tea in the Sahara

by Roger Kimball

In 2010 the tea party had its hands full with various domestic issues. Those haven’t gone away, but I reckon we’ll be hearing a lot about our North African adventures in 2012.

The Roots of America’s Marxist Media

by David B. Jenkins

For them, truth doesn’t work like it does for you and me.

Smothering Medical Innovation

by James V. DeLong

If we want to maintain our innovative mojo, the one thing we cannot do is continue down the road we are on of socializing the whole system.

Judge Richard Goldstone’s Stunning Re-evaluation of His Own Report

by Ron Radosh

A partial apologia, but one that comes at the right time!

UN Ignores Its Own Data to Promote Gun Ban

by Howard Nemerov

If the United Nations consulted their own research, they wouldn’t be promoting their global civilian disarmament agenda.

Do Challenges to Wisconsin Labor Bill Have Merit? No.

by Gary Wickert

A close look at Wisconsin law shows that Judge Sumi is wrong and the suits are simply buying time, hoping the state senate flips next election cycle.

From Ancient Appeasement to Modern Dhimmitude

by Andrew G. Bostom

A review of Bruce Thornton’s The Wages of Appeasement. A timely and necessary book, as we flounder in Libya.

Source Code: Strangeness on a Train

by John Boot

The new film rethinks Groundhog Day as a thriller, posing the question: what if, instead of covering a lame news story, Bill Murray had to stop a terrorist strike?

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) speaks at a news conference held to unveil the House Republican budget blueprint in the Capitol in Wa Reuters 

Would Paul Ryan’s budget abolish Medicare?

The Week – Tue Apr 5, 9:03 am ET New York – The GOP’s House budget committee chairman proposes a thorough (and controversial) overhaul of government health programs Full Story »

The Media Double Standard on Hispanic Political Loyalties

by Ruben Navarrette Jr.

If Hispanics don’t vote for the GOP, it’s Republicans’ fault. But if they don’t vote for Democrats, they’re “fickle.”

What Should Asma al-Assad Wear to the Syrian Revolution?

by Claudia Rosett

The Syrian first lady’s haute couture fashion notwithstanding, given a choice between Imelda Marcos and Asma al-Assad, I’d take Imelda any day. Bad as it was, the Marcos dictatorship was a puny affair compared to the 40-year totalitarian depravities of Syria’s terror-sponsoring Assads.

Our Libyan War: What Position Should Skeptical Conservatives Take?

by Ron Radosh

As with the reasons given by the administration to go into Libya, the response from the right has been all over the board as well. Let’s try to separate the flak from the chaff.

Not a Superior Type of Judge

by Hans A. von Spakovsky

Should a lawyer who has participated in unprofessional conduct be awarded with a judgeship? Consider the nomination of Justice Department official Donna Murphy to be a superior court judge in the District of Columbia.

Israel’s Public Relations Problem

by Joseph Puder

What we have here is a failure to communicate.

U.S. Libya Policy Ping-Pongs Over the Abyss

by Bryan Preston

Gaddafi and the rebels trade territory while Americans wonder: Where is this all going?

Germany vs. the Jews — Again

by P. David Hornik

The bottom line is that Israel can hardly count on Germany as a friend. It’s been behaving recently more like an enemy.

Libya: Wrong Men Armed

by Richard Fernandez

Now that Obama has proclaimed himself open to arming the rebels, the equation on the ground may change.

Don’t Let Syria Play Out Like 2009 Iran

by Ryan Mauro

The West has an opportunity to cause Assad enormous stress, or even to topple him. (Also see today’s Tatler coverage on Syria.)

Newsweek’s Deep Dish Chicago-Style Depression Lust

by Ed Driscoll

Chicago’s African-Americans face 21.4% unemployment. Newsweek notes that “the city has lost 200,000 inhabitants in the past decade.” So other than Rahm Emanuel and other Obama cronies now running the show, what is it about this failed city that the magazine considers “finally hip”?

We Must Support Gaddafi’s Enemies

by Steven Simpson

The alternative is a more dangerous Gaddafi than ever.

R2PAQ (‘Responsibility to Protect Al-Qaeda’)

by John Rosenthal

The supposed “responsibility to protect” has taken America into a war on the side of the ultimate killers of innocents: al-Qaeda. (See also “Rebel Libya: ‘Brothers who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan, now is the time to defend your land!” on the Tatler.)

The Coming, and Why the Left Doesn’t Understand Iran

by Roger L Simon

The Iranian version of The Triumph of the Will, or in this case, the triumph of the Twelfth Imam, now playing at PJTV. (Click here to watch. Also, Reza Kahlili and Michael Ledeen will be giving a press conference on the video Tuesday at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies in DC.)

Remembering the Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire of 1911

by Ron Radosh

2011 is far away from 1911, but that hasn’t stopped the MSM from attempting to triangulate the plight of pre-WWI factory workers toiling in Dickensian-conditions with 21st century government employees, who in comparison, live (and earn) like potentates.

Alan Dershowitz and Norwegian Anti-Semitism

by Bruce Bawer

Norwegian Israel-haters routinely insist that their hatred of the Jewish state is not an expression of anti-Semitism. But the record strongly suggests otherwise.

Obama’s New Energy Policy: A Lesson in Stealth Socialism

by Mike McDaniel

His speech and policies utilize the bait-and-switch. (In a related post, Ed Driscoll asks, was the Senate “Bait and Switched into Time-Limited, Response-Limited Kinetic Military Police Action” in Libya?)

Nihad Awad, Co-founder of CAIR, Unplugged: Portrait of an Anti-Semite

Steve Emerson

In a speech given to two American Muslim associations, the head of CAIR revealed himself as a man wedded to conspiracy theories about the “Israel lobby,” a term applied normally to Jews.

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* VIDEOS * TODAY’S HOT PICKS *

1. Video: Debra Burlingame – Sister of 9/11 Hijacked Pilot; and Peter King Say Holder Wants to See “Commissions Fail”
2. Video: The Path to Prosperity: America’s two futures, visualized (Paul Ryan – R)
3. Video: Chris Matthews – “We created her here… Michele Bachmann.(R)”
4. Video: Senator Schumer (D): Tea Party to Blame on Budget
5. Video: Allen West (R) Impresses Greta. Shares How He Was Able to Get All 435 Reps To Vote In Favor Of His $35 Million Dollar Spending Cut Bill.
6. Audio: Herman Cain on Muslims in Government: I Want people Who Support Declaration of Independence, Not Shariah
7. Video: During ‘Government Shut-Down’ the Government Doesn’t Really ‘Shut-Down’
8. Video: President to Congress: Act Like Grown-ups
9. New York Introduces the Un-Happy Meal
10. President’s Sideline Strategy…to keep his head down until 2012.

Ann Barnhardt: Vox Populi? Let’s Hope

Diana West

Has America finally been subdued into dhimmitude? If you listen to Lindsey Graham, you could think so. Perhaps he should listen to Ann Barnhardt. Then he might grow a pair….

More Koran Burning

Andrew McCarthy

Burning Korans is counterproductive, and insults and antagonizes decent Muslims who may be able to reform Islam’s violent elements. But ultimately, should free speech ever be rationed?

KGB TV to Air Show Hosted by Anti-war Marine Vet

Cliff Kincaid

Moscow-based Russian propaganda network RT is preparing to air a show presented by a former marine who is now an anti-war campaigner who accuses America of “fascism.”

Egypt’s Military Vows to Fight Rising Threat of Radical Islamists

Trevor Westra

The military gave concessions to the Islamists of the Muslim Brotherhood when Mubarak resigned. However, the Islamists’ zeal is forcing the army to reconsider its position.

Today’s Hot Topics

We choose, you peruse.

 

  1. Libyan rebels criticize Nato (IRISH TIMES)

  2. Shutdown Looms Without Further Meeting Between White House, Congress (FOX)

  3. Fed’s Low Interest Rates Crack Retirees’ Nest Eggs (WSJ)

  4. Conservatives blast White House, Holder for delay on 9/11 trial (CNN)

  5. America’s Third War: Two Americans Killed at Mexico Border Crossing (FOX)

  6. France’s interior minister is facing legal action after declaring that the “growing” number of Muslims in France posed “a problem”. (TELEGRAPH)

  7. Wisconsin High Court Race Could Be Headed to Recount (FOX)

  8. GOP Leaders Say Conservative Return to Power Deserves as Much Credit as Stimulus for Lower Unemployment Rate (CNS)

  9. Trump to address Tea Party rally in Florida (CNN)

  10. Tim Pawlenty is latest entry into ‘Christie Primary’ (POLITICO)

 

 

 

 

The Democrats’ Friends ‘n Fat Cats Protection Plan

Michelle Malkin

While there is a stalemate over the budget with neither side giving ground, the rhetoric has reached fever pitch. The hypocrisy from those who attack fiscal conservatives is astounding….

Dog Lovers and Baby Killers

Cyril Boynes, Jr.

If only the world cared as much about African children and families, as they do about dogs.

America Badly Needs Leaders

Star Parker

The negotiations on next year’s budget are in deadlock. As usual, it will be likely that a resolution will only happen when the two sides split the difference. But is this best?

Quote of the Day – April 6, 2011

FSM: Quote of the Day

“Free speech is a great idea, but….” But what?

Nihad Awad, Co-founder of CAIR, Unplugged:

Portrait of an Anti-Semite

Steve Emerson

In a speech given to two American Muslim associations, the head of CAIR revealed himself as a man wedded to conspiracy theories about the “Israel lobby,” a term applied normally to Jews.

The Dilemma of Qur’an Burning and Violence:

A hyper-radical reaction or mere hypocrisy?

Al Fadi

Introducing a new column, “Q Dilemmas” where Qur’an dilemmas are discussed in depth by a former Wahhabi Muslim.

The Twisted Mind: Inspire Magazine No. 5 and Its Reverse Superego

Nancy Kobrin, PhD, Joan Lachkar, PhD

The latest issue of the al-Qaeda magazine inspire celebrates a twisted value system that can only appeal to a twisted mind.

Ashes for Allah: New Calls for Censorship

Edward Cline

When one copy of the Koran is burned, five days of rioting ensue in Afghanistan, and murders happen. The event is used by some to suggest throwing away the First Amendment.

Road to Nuclear Zero a Dead End

Owen Graham, Michaela Bendikova

In 2009, the President gave a speech at Prague, in which he presented a vision of a world with no nuclear weapons. The realities of the world make this an impossible dream.

 

Budget Battles

Can Obama prevent a government shutdown?

The president demands that lawmakers “act like grownups,” and says he’ll call meetings every day until a deal is reached. Can he really convince Republicans to budge?

Best opinion:Daily Kos, Hugh Hewitt, Wash. Post

Budget Battles  

David Frum

 

A budget that can’t budge

April 6, 2011, at 10:58 AMThe Ryan Plan won’t become law. So what’s it for?

Parenting Controversies  

Baby Palin: The name has experienced a big jolt in popularity since Alaska's star politician burst onto the national scene in 2008.

 

Palin: The hot new baby name

April 6, 2011, at 10:24 AMThe number of parents naming girls after Sarah Palin jumped nearly seven-fold after the Mama Grizzly burst onto the national scene, says Sue Kidd at TODAY Moms

Budget Battles  

Obama chided Republicans Tuesday for not compromising with Democrats on the 2011 budget, saying that "nobody gets 100 percent of what they want."

 

Can Obama prevent a government shutdown?

April 6, 2011, at 10:03 AMThe president demands that lawmakers “act like grownups,” and says he’ll call meetings every day until a deal is reached. Can he really convince Republicans to budge?

War on Terror  

Gen. David Petraeus, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, is reportedly in the running to become the head of the CIA.

 

Should Gen. David Petraeus run the CIA?

April 6, 2011, at 9:45 AMThe highly respected military leader could become the nation’s spy chief, reports NPR. Does the move make sense?

Books  

David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel "The Pale King" was unfinished at the time of the writer's suicide, but critics are saying it may still be his best work.

 

Is ‘The Pale King’ David Foster Wallace’s ‘finest work’?

April 6, 2011, at 7:30 AMThe late great author’s final, unfinished book has some critics raving… and others ranting that it shouldn’t have been published

Mysteries of Space  

The Square Kilometer Array will be made of up about 3,000 dishes (as seen here in this artists impression) that pick up signals across the universe.

 

Could the world’s biggest telescope help us find aliens?

April 6, 2011, at 7:00 AMThe $2.2 billion Square Kilometer Array project will be the most powerful telescope on Earth — and it might just help us discover extraterrestrial life

Arab Revolts  

Showing the bottom of your shoe is a sign of disrespect in Middle Eastern cultures, which is why footwear can be so prominent during protests.

 

Shoe-throwing as protest: A photo timeline

April 5, 2011, at 6:06 PMAcross the Arab world, protesters have been showing dictators their disdain — by lobbing shoes and flashing their soles

Afghanistan War  

Edward Morrissey

 

Why Koran burning deserves First Amendment protection

April 5, 2011, at 5:10 PMSen. Lindsey Graham and others want to ban this legal form of protest. They’re wrong

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Budget Battles  

"This is not a budget. This is a cause," said Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) during his Tuesday announcement of a budget that would slash spending by $6.2 trillion over the next decade.

 

Paul Ryan’s budget: Will Americans buy it?

April 5, 2011, at 4:16 PMWashington is buzzing about the Wisconsin Republican’s drastic plan to save the economy. But how will voters react?

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Google’s World  

Google co-founder Larry Page returns to his CEO position, and techies predict all sorts of possibilities for the search giant, from failures to breakthroughs.

 

Google’s Larry Page returns as CEO: 5 predictions

April 5, 2011, at 3:50 PMThe search engine giant’s co-founder is back as the company’s chief executive. What will that mean for Google?

Health and Science  

One in eight Americans over 65 years old suffer from Alzheimer's: Scientists discovered five new genes that shed light on the debilitating disease.

 

A breakthrough on Alzheimer’s disease?

April 5, 2011, at 3:25 PMAfter uncovering five new genes that increase risk for the debilitating disease, scientists hope they can come closer to preventing Alzheimer’s

Facebook  

Before updating their statuses, teachers might want to take to heart lessons of other education professionals who were busted for saying too much on Facebook.

 

Teachers oversharing on Facebook: 6 cautionary tales

April 5, 2011, at 3:00 PMCalling your students “future criminals” on Facebook? How about mocking a 7-year-old’s hair? For some observers, these tell-all teachers crossed the line

Marijuana in America  

In a move stoners may consider irreverent, scientists may have figured out how to separate the pain-relieving and mind-altering effects of cannabis.

 

Marijuana without the high: A painkiller breakthrough

April 5, 2011, at 2:26 PMScientists believe they can isolate the pain-easing benefits of medical marijuana — so sufferers can consume it without becoming foggy and paranoid

Film+TV  

Katie Couric will reportedly leave her post as anchor of the "CBS Evening News" in June, and may launch her own talk show.

 

Katie Couric’s departure: Can anyone save the evening news?

April 5, 2011, at 2:01 PMThe “CBS Evening News” anchor is reportedly leaving in June. If she couldn’t revive ratings, who can?

The Divinity Dupes at Yale

Herbert London

Bridge-building exercises between faiths, such as one at Yale recently, expect non-Muslims to embrace and tolerate Islam. However, Islam is not expected to respect other faiths.

Vin’s Notes on Islamism: Part Six

Documenting Islamist incursions around the globe.

Vin Ienco

Koran burning and murder, calls to limit freedom of speech in favor of Muslims, and threats to bomb a Royal Wedding.

Will Koran Burning Be Banned in The United States?

Allan Wall

When senior politicians discuss the suspension of the First Amendment in order not to offend Muslims, will freedom of speech remain protected in the United States?

Free Speech in a Non Free World

Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld

Rachel Ehrenfeld received the 2011 Free Press Society’s annual SAPPHO award for her work to keep speech free from spurious litigation. Read her speech to the society.

No More Dhimmitude

Andrew McCarthy

When American politicians suggest throwing out First Amendment Rights to ensure Korans are not burned, instead of condemning Islamic brutality, something must change.

Astroturf Pressure Behind Vermont’s Rush to Single Payer Healthcare?

Robert Maynard

Vermont’s leadership is pushing to make it the first state to introduce single-payer healthcare. Who is driving this campaign, and why?

Hollywood’s Red Dawn »

by Ben Shapiro

The movie industry’s reliance on Chinese cash may be a deal with the devil. …

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America Arming Mexican Drug Cartels? »

by Arnold Ahlert

A scandal is brewing in Washington, D.C. …

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Budget Talks Head to Brink – Bendavid, Weisman & Lee, Wall Street Journal
Meeting at WH Ends With No Deal – Michael Memoli, Los Angeles Times
Dems Playing Into Tea Partiers’ Agenda? – Michael Tomasky, The Guardian
Saving Medicare, Repeal of ObamaCare Good Politics – H. Olsen, American
People’s Budget or Roadmap to Ruin? – Reps. Ellison & Grijalva, Politico
No Safety Net When Nation Is Bankrupt – Sen. Tom Coburn, New York Post
Who’s Hurt by GOP’s Budget Proposal – Harold Meyerson, Washington Post
Economy Problematic for Obama Re-Election – Jay Cost, Weekly Standard
The 2012 Odds on Obama – Mark Penn, Huffington Post
An Appalling Decision on KSM Trial – Dahlia Lithwick, Slate
WH Arrogant & Clueless on Detainees – Michael Goodwin, New York Post
The Coming Postal Service Bailout – Louis Peck, The Fiscal Times
Too Big to Fail, a Housing Glut, Other Dilemmas – Bethany McLean, Slate
Al Qaeda Makes Afghan Comeback – Rosenberg & Barnes, Wall Street Journal
The Political Correctness with Muslims Has to Stop – Andy McCarthy, NRO
Double-Talk Is Troubling Latinos – Ruben Navarrette, Sacramento Bee
Martin Rees Snags the Templeton Prize – Jeremy Lott, RealClearReligion
Wisconsin Supreme Court: Kloppenburg 738,368, Prosser 738,228 (99%) 

Editorials

Share the Wealth: Moral Implications of Budget Debate – New Republic
Carter-Obama Economic Model Just Does Not Work – Washington Times
Hope Amid the Obstacles in Haiti – Miami Herald
Lies About Israel Must Be Condemned – Chicago Sun-Times

South African Charge of Israeli Apartheid Rings Hollow »

by Alan M. Dershowitz

I’m proud of standing up against Bishop Tutu’s singular bigotry against the Jewish nations and the Jewish people. …

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Israel’s Blessing »

by Tait Trussell

An incredible resource has been discovered in the Jewish State. …

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Everything You Ever Didn’t Want to Know About Islam »

by Frontpagemag.com

Robert Spencer joins Jamie Glazov’s video series to discuss the disheartening truths the West can’t face about the Religion of Peace. …

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Losing Yemen »

by Stephen Brown

Another North Waziristan on the horizon. …

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Unaccountable America
Christopher Chantrill
There is Accountable America and then there is Unaccountable America. More

CBS, WaPo get early retiree cash from Obamacare
April 06, 2011
They sorta forgot to tell us about this when singing the praises of Obamacare. More

Frank Rich lets the cat out of the bag
April 06, 2011
Both astonishing and infuriating. More

WI Supreme Court race probably headed for a recount
April 06, 2011
Prosser hanging on to slim lead. More

Rand Paul tests the presidential waters
April 06, 2011
His positions on issues might make him a tea party favorite. More

Two top Obama officials denigrate Congress and us
April 06, 2011
Guess they never heard of the “will of the people.” More

Formed in the fire
April 06, 2011
Northern states of WI and MN producing conservatives with courage. More

Whining from NPR’s former CEO
April 06, 2011
Yes, it’s “terrifying.” More

Obama envoy: Islam is the Solution not the Problem
April 06, 2011
I can’t wait to see how Obama will pitch this. More

NATO planes nowhere to be found as rebels flee Brega
April 06, 2011
Who’s in charge? More

The IRS Does Its Business
April 06, 2011
This make you feel comfortable about the “goodness” of your government. More

Why we can’t tax ourselves out of the deficit problem
April 05, 2011
IRS data prove it. More

NY Times touts ‘new’ peace plan that Abbas previously rejected
April 05, 2011
Pressuring Israel while avoidiunbg the awful truth about the Palestinians More


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