Category Archives: War

Bush Vindicated

So says The Wall Street Journal: Mr. Obama, for his part, still wants Gitmo closed, and he cited South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham in saying that the idea that the detainees could not be securely held in the U.S. was … Continue reading

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The Political Left – Dissed By Dems

This one I did not see coming at all. The Democrats in Congress have blocked all funding to close the terrorist detention facility at Guantánamo Bay. In an abrupt shift, Senate Democratic leaders said on Tuesday that they would not … Continue reading

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Ch-Ch-Chains

Mark Steyn: Watching the Democrats champing at the bit last week, I thought perhaps we could cut to the chase and handcuff Cheney and Pelosi to a radiator in the basement of a CIA safe house somewhere. But on reflection … Continue reading

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Respect

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Hate Without End

Mark Steyn hits one out of the park with this column. This one is a must read from start to finish. Please click the link. In Toronto, anti-Israel demonstrators yell “You are the brothers of pigs!,” and a protester complains … Continue reading

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Double Standard

Marvin Hier, a rabbi and the founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, writes in the Wall Street Journal about the double standard applied against Israel and the Jews. The world-wide protests against Israel’s ground incursion into Gaza are so full … Continue reading

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No Decency, No Humanity

This is appalling. A member of the Dutch parliament stood at a pro-Palestinian rally while people were chanting, “Hamas, Hamas, Jews to the gas.” Via Jihad Watch. Perhaps Harry van Bommel yearns for the “good old days” of the Henneicke … Continue reading

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Hammer Fall

The Israeli Army has begun ground operations into the Gaza Strip. Initial reports from both Israel and Gaza indicated that Israel Defense Forces troops had killed dozens of Hamas gunmen as they traded heavy fire upon entering the Strip. “The … Continue reading

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Life In Hell

Or Sderot, more or less the same these days. The unrelenting negative press the Israeli government is getting for finally having had enough is unsurprising, given the horribly slanted international press coverage these days. But maybe a look at the … Continue reading

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Mumbai, The Aftermath

Not only did the terrorists who attacked Mumbai targeting foreigners – especially American, British and Israeli citizens – kill many people. No, they also appear to have done much more. As in binding their captives and torturing them before finally … Continue reading

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What You Will Not Hear From The Media

It would appear that there is ample evidence that we won – really won – in Iraq. Ed Morrisey: A bridal shop? A pool hall? I seem to recall the doom-and-gloom predictions of the war’s critics insisting that Iraq would … Continue reading

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Giants

Kathleen Parker writes about an event in South Carolina organized for four living recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor. CAMDEN, S.C. — While the political class was focused on the meaning of pigs wearing lipstick, a few fortunate South … Continue reading

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The Devil Went Down To Georgia

Untitled document He was lookin' for a country to steal. Vlad "The Impaler" Putin has launched an all out attack on Georgia. Not the one from the song, the other one. Russian aircraft are bombing civilian apartment buildings. There is a … Continue reading

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Sweet Freedom

Untitled document There are a lot of happy families tonight after Colombian military forces tricked the increasingly badly led FARC guerrillas and freed 15 high-value hostages the “rebels” had been holding for years. Three Americans, a former Colombian presidential candidate … Continue reading

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