Remember that great success in Iraq? A wonderful multi-ethnic democracy which would highlight American freedom values around the region? Oops! It appears that a second round of de facto ethnic cleansing is occurring. Back during the worst of the sectarian violence mixed neighborhoods largely disappeared from Baghdad. Now the few that remain are seeing an […]
On New Years Eve, while the majority of Americans were engaging in the revelry that surrounds the holiday, President Obama was quietly signing away Americans civil liberties while at the same time griping about Congress trying to restrict his "counterterrorism policies." The President's veto threat over the NDAA was never because he worried about Congress […]
In the growing battle for the future of the Web, some of the biggest sites online – Google, Facebook, and other tech stalwarts — are considering a coordinated blackout of their sites, some of the web’s most popular destinations. No Google searches. No Facebook updates. No Tweets. No Amazon.com shopping. Nothing. - Fox News Will Google, Amazon, and […]
George W. Bush is one of the great disasters in American presidential history. He isn't the worst chief executive in U.S. history–that's quite a standard to meet. But he was a big-spending war-monger who left America in far worse shape than he found it. President Bush's handiwork is on display in Baghdad this Christmas. Although Christians […]
Igor Birman, who was a Soviet refugee at age 13 and now serves as Chief of Staff for Rep. Tom McClintock, has a powerful piece in The Washington Times today that draws upon his experiences in Soviet Russia to warn Americans about the path our government is taking us down. In a nation that casts aside the […]
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