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Threats at Sochi expose �a larger agenda,

Northeast Intelligence Network – by Douglas J. Hagmann  “Knowing about the terror threat to the Olympic games at Sochi is one thing. Understanding the threat and what’s behind it is quite another. There’s a very important back-story that no one is reporting,” stated this source. “Understanding what’s happening behind the scenes will put things into […] Continue reading →

A Rapidly Shifting World

Arlene from Israel,  As most of you undoubtedly know, Ariel (Arik) Sharon, 85, former prime minister of Israel, passed away yesterday, after eight years in a comatose state following a stroke.  In some quarters, the news is filled with laudatory articles about him.  For in his younger days he was a brilliant and fearless military […] Continue reading →

2013 Nobel Peace Prize Nominees

By, Luke Hamilton This week, all eyes were turned to Oslo where the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize recipient was announced Friday.    Surprisingly, I was not issued a press pass this year and so like you, I was forced to wait with bated breath to find out which visionary would be ushered into the pantheon […] Continue reading →

Ann Coulter: Arab Spring Worst Soap Ever

I didn’t care for the “Arab Spring,” but the “Arab Summer” is a blockbuster! Liberals’ rosy predictions for Egypt’s Islamic revolution didn’t turn out as planned. Who could have guessed that howling mobs in Tahrir Square in 2011 would fail to produce a peaceful democracy? Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had supported U.S. policy, used his […] Continue reading →

President Obama’s Arab Spring Nightmare

Ben Shapiro With the Egyptian military killing Muslim Brotherhood in the streets and Muslim Brotherhood members burning down churches and parading nuns through those same streets, President Barack Obama took to the microphone from a golf course in Martha’s Vineyard to clarify America’s perspective. Here were his inspiring words: “America cannot determine the future of […] Continue reading →

Will Morsi’s Overthrow Lead to Egyptian Civil War?

Steven Simpson In the irony of ironies, the first democratically elected president of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, was overthrown on July 3 by the Egyptian military, ostensibly to save Egypt’s fledgling “democracy.”  Doubtlessly, Morsi’s organization, the Muslim Brotherhood (al-Ikhwan al-Muslimin), was in the process of dismantling any vestiges of democracy and installing […] Continue reading →

Jihad on Egypt�s Christian Children

By: Raymond Ibrahim Attacks on Christian children, both boys and girls, are on the rise in Egypt. Last week, a six-year-old Coptic Christian boy named Cyril Yusuf Sa‘ad was abducted and held for ransom.  After his family paid off the Muslim kidnapper, Ahmed Abdel Moneim Abdel-Salam, he still killed the child and threw his body […] Continue reading →

America's Last Crusade

For Americans of the Greatest Generation that fought World War II and of the Silent Generation that came of age in the 1950s, the great moral and ideological cause was the Cold War. It gave purpose and clarity to our politics and foreign policy, and our lives. From the fall of Berlin in 1945 to […] Continue reading →

The United States and the Muslim World

The anti-Islam video that set off attacks against American embassies and violent protests in the Muslim world was a convenient fuse for rage. Deeper forces are at work in those societies, riven by pent-up anger over a lack of jobs, economic stagnation and decades of repression by previous Arab governments. In the wake of the […] Continue reading →