Monthly Archives: July 2015

Massive rally against Iran deal tomorrow

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The Iran deal as truth serum

I spent a few minutes googling this afternoon. I wanted to see who was in favor of the Iran deal and who against. It turns out that nothing is a better litmus test for one’s attitude toward Jews and Israel. … Continue reading

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Barack Obama and the twilight of the West

So Barack Obama has got his agreement, his legacy. There will be debate and a vote (or votes) taken in the US Congress, but even if the Congress passes a resolution that disapproves the deal, and even in the unlikely … Continue reading

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Obama’s policy is as unrealistic as Bush’s, but more dangerous

“You were given the choice between war and dishonor. You chose dishonor and you will have war.” – Winston S. Churchill American policy toward the Middle East in the past two administrations has been disastrous. Maybe I’m missing something, indulging … Continue reading

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The lost tribe of America

My post about Michael Oren and American Jews last week brought many comments and emails. Some liked it, but the ones that didn’t either didn’t like my tone (“bitter, negative, polarized”) or felt that I was being unfair to those … Continue reading

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