Category Archives: Mideast

Diplomatic Hardball

In contrast to previous administrations who weakly pursued diplomacy with the stench of American apology, President Trump has put the international community on notice that he has no intention of apologizing for American exceptionalism and every intention of negotiating with … Continue reading

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Peace and Goodwill

As we celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace this Christmas season, let us reflect for a moment on the price He paid to secure peace for our souls and remember that peace always comes at a cost which … Continue reading

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Mideast Holy War

The recent movements by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to consolidate his political power by rounding up potential rivals in an anti-corruption sweep are indicative of preparations for a war to stop the growing Shiite encirclement of Sunni Saudi … Continue reading

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Calling Out Iran

By refusing to recertify the atrocious Iran nuclear deal, President Trump called out Iran for its sponsorship of terrorism while refusing to be bullied by threats from the Iranian leadership, and he dumped another mess in the lap of Congress … Continue reading

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Tolerating the Intolerable

It is well past the time that America should stop tolerating the intolerable and refuse to be intimidated any longer by Islamic terrorist front groups such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) working furiously to distract attention away from … Continue reading

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Warming Up to The Don

Reaction to President Trump’s recent missile strike on Syria in retaliation for Syrian resident Bashar al-Assad’s use of chemical weapons was surprising in the fact that condemnation came from the far right while the left’s reaction was somewhat muted.

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The Internal Struggle

There is an ongoing struggle within Islam between the radicals wanting to emphasize Islam’s beginnings as an ideology of conquest to bolster their control and those moderates who see Islam as a religious ideology with great life teachings.

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