What Republicans can learn from Trump’s victory

By | 2016-12-24T12:57:33+00:00 December 24th, 2016|Op-Eds|

What can Republicans learn from Trump’s victory? The biggest lesson is that the old way of politics is dead. McCain and Romney showed that twice. Now Trump has shown how Republicans can actually win.    1. Find Your Natural Base    The GOP is ashamed of its base. It doesn’t like being associated with the

Obama Signed Charlie’s Death Warrant in 2012

By | 2015-01-27T14:39:18+00:00 January 27th, 2015|Op-Eds|

A week after United States Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, and three other brave Americans, were murdered by Muslim terrorists in 2012, on Sept 19, 2012, Jay Carney, on behalf of the President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama, issued a statement that “We [specifically President Obama] are aware that a French magazine published cartoons

Jihad by Civilian

By | 2015-01-27T01:51:19+00:00 January 27th, 2015|Op-Eds|

Jihad has rapidly taken a new and ominous shape.   In the past, bombs were exploded—either human homicide bombs or car/truck bombs. Rockets were launched. Unbelievably, planes were once flown into major Western targets.   Now, President Obama empowers the radical Islamic world further by refusing to join the words “terrorism” and “Islam” and by

Is Israel Missing an Opportunity?

By | 2014-12-28T13:14:32+00:00 December 28th, 2014|Op-Eds|

Is it Israel that misses an opportunity to gain an opportunity?   It is passing strange that Israel is pressed endlessly by friends and foes alike to negotiate a so-called peace agreement with the Palestinian Arabs, even though the self-proclaimed Palestinian Authority consists of two brutal terrorist organizations - Hamas and Fatah.   After all,

Why did Sisi decline Obama’s invitation to Washington?

By | 2014-07-23T09:01:21+00:00 July 23rd, 2014|Reports|

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s decline of President Obama’s invitation to attend a summit next week in Washington D.C. is the most recent skirmish in U.S.-Egypt relations.   Sisi will not be attending the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, al-Hayat newspaper reported on Tuesday.   After the military’s takeover following mass protests in 2013, Egyptian authorities cracked-down

Obama’s Kiss of Death to Saudi Arabia

By | 2014-05-02T22:53:01+00:00 May 2nd, 2014|Op-Eds|

The kiss-of-death (In Italian: Il bacio della morte) is the sign given by a mafia boss to a family-mob-member that signifies that the specific family-mob-member has been marked for death.  Marlon Brando, playing Don Corleone, made it famous in the "Godfather" movies.    Obama has just given the Saudis a kiss-of-death, and the Saudis know

Iran Calls Obama ‘Two-Faced’ On Saudi Rights

By | 2014-04-02T01:52:40+00:00 April 2nd, 2014|News|

Iran has accused US President Barack Obama of being "two-faced," after he failed to raise the issue of human rights breaches with Saudi Arabia during his visit there last Friday. Obama promised Saudi King Abdullah that he would not accept a "bad deal" on Iran's nuclear program in the visit.   Iranian General and political

Iran Accuses Obama of ‘Falsifying History’

By | 2014-02-01T22:41:35+00:00 February 1st, 2014|News|

Iran on Thursday dismissed as "unrealistic and unconstructive" comments by President Barack Obama that international sanctions linked to its nuclear program had forced Tehran to the negotiating table, AFP reported.   "The delusion of sanctions having an effect on Iran's motivation for nuclear negotiations is based on a false narration of history,” foreign ministry spokeswoman