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July 11, 2014

Gaza Shows (Again) How The Underdog Can Be Wrong

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Sometimes the underdog is wrong. The ruthlessly brutal regimes of Adolf Hitler, Pol Pot, Saddam Hussein, and Idi Amin were all weaker than the forces that ultimately vanquished them. But for decades the Palestinians have mastered the art of persuading everyone that because they die in greater numbers and have inferior arms, they are more Read More →

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November 19, 2013

Obama’s Iran Moves Could Start World War III

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According to a recent news report, President Barack Obama has for over a year secretly conducted negotiations with Iran (through his adviser Valerie Jarrett) and the Geneva talks on Iranian nukes now appear to be just a facade providing international legitimacy for Obama’s secret deal with Iran. Secretary of State John Kerry’s contradictory criticism of Read More →

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November 11, 2013

Can Israel Survive Obama?

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In the spring of 2012, when I wrote “The Last Israelis,” I thought that the pessimistic premise of my cautionary tale on Iranian nukes was grounded in realism. I had imagined a U.S. president who passively and impotently reacted to Iran’s nuclear ambitions, leaving it to tiny Israel to deal with the threat. But something Read More →