Saturday, April 21, 2018

No Longer Enemies But Not Quite Friends…Yet

Changing times indeed as more and more Arab leaders* are turning against Iran and its mullahs who still want to push Israel into the sea. And these same Arab leaders are also tired of all the Palestinian whining and nonsense...nonsense that was once considered the main cause of all the Middle East unrest has now become nonsense that seems to have disappeared from the region's prime discourse as strategic concerns and mutual benefits take center stage.

A Symbolic Resolution Alone

What a Hanukkah gift it was as President Donald Trump...despite criticism from the Middle East and a snub by our European allies...formally recognized Jerusalem

The Iranian Fight for Freedom

Flashback to June 2009 when Iranian students and their sympathizers took to the streets of Tehran in a quest for freedom from the oppressive islamic regime and when then President Barack HUSSEIN Obama

‘Recognition of Reality’…Part Two

Here in part two I will offer some tangible proof based upon additional historical evidence and all-important archaeological finds…finds dated and scientifically verified through the time-proven process known as carbon dating.

‘A Recognition of Reality’…Part One

“I told him: ‘My friend the president, you are going to make history.’ Yesterday, he made history.” – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu It truly was...

War…Politics With A Different Name

Fast approaching and coming close on the heels of President Trump's recently announcing that the U.S. was re-designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism...North Korea issued a government statement

AMERICA AND JAPAN REJECTION OF GLOBALISM AND ACCEPTANCE OF NATIONALISM

Like a specter from immigration past, on November 18 , 2007, wrote an article entitled New Japanese Immigration Controls Worry Foreigners”, which elucidated Japan’s strict controls concerning immigration controls.
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That Was The Week That Was

That was the week that was, it’s over, let it go. With the regularly scheduled civil war on the horizon, we worked our way...

A One-Sided Deal Hopefully Soon Gone

While we have all been focusing on North Korea…and rightfully so…just three days ago Iran tested their new Khoramshahr medium-range missile mere hours after it was unveiled at a Tehran military parade

EU’s Margrethe Vestager, the Dane Who Is Google’s Bane

Around the world, authorities and governments now look to the elegant Dane who in June slapped Google with a record 2.4-billion-euro fine for illegally favouring its shopping service in search results.

Generals Stirring the Proverbial Political Pot

AG Jeff Sessions held a press conference to address the ongoing leaks that are affected the Trump presidency…a press conference I expected so much from only to get little to nothing of substance.

Sanctions…For Better or Worse

He signed H.R. 3364, the 'Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act'...an act that he called "seriously flawed” as he felt it put American companies at a disadvantage and hurt the interests of our European allies...but he did so for the sake of “national unity.

North Korean Situation History and Proposed Solution

To be effective all current events must happen in a vacuum.  That way the spinmeisters can work their editorial magic and make everything fit their narrative.

Betrayed By The Media Yet Again

"If Europe does not cooperate with Israel, it is punishing itself."  - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban In the political world, 'hot mic' moments are nothing...

The Solution to a Subversive Problem

Fact: in today’s America we have a muslim problem no matter what the left says. And while some muslims do try to at least...

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Trump’s next $100 billion tariff dilemma: hit Wal-Mart or Apple Store?

  In the next few days, new Chinese imports will be taxed, and consumers may be about to directly feel the effects of the trade...

Iowa governor signs into law ban on ‘sanctuary cities’

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has signed into law an immigration enforcement bill that bans so-called sanctuary cities.

Arizona Poll: Dr. Kelli Ward Has 9 Point Lead in GOP U.S. Senate Primary

Ward leads with 36 percent of the vote, followed by Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ) with 27 percent, and former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio with 22 percent of the vote. Fifteen percent of the voters are undecided.