Tag Archives: Arab Spring

Obama: From Cairo to Arab Spring

On June 4, 2009, President Barack Hussein Obama, spoke the following words of reconciliation to representatives of the Muslim World, who were gathered at the University of Cairo in Egypt: I have come here to seek a new beginning between … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Opportunist

President Barack Obama has been an absolute no-show on the issue of Syria and if you were holding your breath in anticipation of White House action, you’ve probably blacked out by now. In 2011, the administration was fist-pumping over the … Continue reading

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Bankrolling Barbarians and Ignoring Our Friends

Tonight, in celebration of Valentine’s Day, a lot of American couples will be using their cars to go out to dinner. Enjoy going out while you can still afford to, fellow Americans. Gasoline prices could soon hit $4 a gallon, … Continue reading

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Hostage Crisis Deja Vu?

The Mid-East remains a power keg, with a very short fuse attached. Israel is getting ready to turn Iran into a parking lot, and the Obama Administration-lauded Arab Spring has replaced the moderate despots with Muslim despots. In the home … Continue reading

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The Face of Middle East Democracy

On January 24, Byron Tau penned a brief “entry” for the Politico’s ongoing “Living Diary of the Obama Presidency.” The short entry follows in its entirety: President Obama cautiously praised the revolutions in the Arab World, but said that their … Continue reading

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Gadhafi’s Gone. The Muslim Brotherhood Remains.

When President Ronald Reagan passed away in 2004, newsmax.comreported the following story: Moammar Gadhafi expressed regret Sunday that President Ronald Reagan died before standing trial for 1986 American air strikes that killed the Libyan leader’s adopted daughter [some say his … Continue reading

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Raising Cain: The Protests Continue

In yesterday’s article, I wrote about the spoiled brat aspect of the protests popping up around the country, known as the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Two of the hottest Republican presidential primary candidates added their views concerning these useful idiots … Continue reading

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Israel at the UN: Alone and Unbowed

Suppose the UN told us that we had to give up one half of our country.  How would you feel? Speaking to world leadersat the opening of the UN’s general assembly session yesterday, United States President Barack Hussein Obama proclaimed … Continue reading

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