Posts Tagged ‘Israel’

FSM Oped: UN Resolution Condemning Israel: “Et tu, Barack?”

January 6th, 2017

On March 15, 44 BC, Roman emperor Julius Ceasar, surrounded by a group of 60 senators, was repeatedly stabbed. Initially resisting his assassins, a crestfallen Ceasar saw among them a good friend, Brutus Albinus. Disbelieving, he uttered as his last words, “Et tu, Brute (you too, Brutus)?”   More than two millennia later, the expression

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The Blaze Oped: Tashfeen Malik’s Role Immediately Made Obama’s ‘Work Place Violence’ Theory a Lie

January 8th, 2016

One hopes during his December 18 meeting with families of the San Bernardino massacre victims (pressing vacation plans did not allow him to visit wounded victims), President Barack Obama was more forthright than in the immediate aftermath of the December 2 attack. It was there that truth conveniently became a victim. A unique aspect of the attack made

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The Blaze Oped: The Realities of the Iran Nuclear Deal and Israel’s Impending Destruction

January 7th, 2016

A key milestone in implementation of a very one-sided nuclear deal in Iran’s favor—negotiated by an incompetent Secretary of State John Kerry—will be reached on December 15. Despite numerous red flags raised about this agreement before, during and after negotiations, an incompetent President Barack Obama is going full speed ahead to implement it. As a

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Breitbart Oped: THE ‘D.C. SNIPERS’ TERRORIZING ISRAEL

October 20th, 2015

For 23 days during the month of October 2002, residents of the Washington D.C. area lived in utter fear. Snipers, later identified as John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo, took turns randomly shooting unsuspecting victims while hiding in the trunk of their car. By the time the “D.C. snipers” were caught, their killing spree had

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Obama’s Attitude Towards Iran — and Israel — an Existential Danger for Both Nations

March 10th, 2015

by JAMES ZUMWALT Mar 2015 With Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress to discuss Iranian nukes on March 3, one need ponder President Obama’s continuing rebukes of the Israeli Prime Minister for doing so. Listening carefully, one might hear the refrain from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, methinks the President “doth protest too much!” Unsurprisingly for Obama, in a

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Palestinians Will Not Live Their Dreams as Long as Their Leaders Live Theirs

August 1st, 2014

By James Zumwalt, Special for USDR As Palestinians learn again the consequences of poking a stick into an Israeli beehive, their leaders seem to place the blame for the stings everywhere but where it should rightfully fall. As usual, whenever Israel responds to unprovoked attacks, it is portrayed by the Palestinian leadership and a gullible

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Tehran and the Science of Pro Football

March 26th, 2014

It became obvious in early March Iran’s mullahs are not American football fans. Several years ago, NBC aired the television series “The Science of NFL Football.” One episode, entitled the “Pythagorean Theorem,” explained the math equation confronting players in certain situations where defenders zero in on stopping a ball carrier. Envision the following scenario: A

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Kerry Turns Blind Eye to West Bank Terror

February 13th, 2014

HERNDON, Va., Feb. 11 (UPI) — Ironically, an idiom originating more than two plus centuries ago — from an act of courage in meeting an enemy threat — today applies to an Obama administration choosing to ignore one. The phrase “to turn a blind eye” applies when an undesirable truth exists but one opts to

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Obama’s Misguided Tehran-Bound “Peace Train”

December 5th, 2013

HERNDON, Va., Dec. 3 (UPI) — Listen closely as the Obama administration touts the Nov. 24 Geneva nuclear deal struck between the P5+1 countries (the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia, plus Germany) and Iran. The distant echo, “history repeats itself,” resonates. Obama spin doctors will credit diplomacy with prevailing — the world taking pause

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A Shifting Middle East Alliance

November 27th, 2013

HERNDON, Va., Nov. 26 (UPI) — The late ventriloquist Edgar Bergen used a dummy named Mortimer Snerd, a character so dumb everything required a full explanation. Finally understanding, Mortimer would shake his head in amazement, saying “Who’d ‘a’ thunk it (possible)?”   Understanding a fascinating realignment recently taking place in the Middle East causes one to respond similarly, for

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