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Fiasco: Obama’s Mideast Mess

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Washington, DC – Having completed his three-state, “Midwest listening tour,” our president is now on vacation in Martha’s Vineyard. According to his handlers, in between golf outings and cocktail parties, Mr. Obama also is working on yet another speech on how he will balance our government’s books and put Americans back to work. Those who […]

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Easter in the East

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Washington, DC – Easter morning sunrise services are part of a long tradition in Christianity. For millenniums, believers around the globe have gathered in the open at dawn on Easter Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and profess their faith. This year, there will be far fewer such assemblies in the Middle East […]

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Moral Ambiguity

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Washington, DC – For days after protests started in Cairo, the Obama administration struggled to find its “voice” about the “Revolution” in Egypt. When the O-Team eventually decided Hosni Mubarak had to go, the White House and the State Department began chattering about a “democratic outcome.” In the end, they settled for a military coup […]

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Numbness on the Nile

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Washington, DC – On Thursday morning, the heads of America’s intelligence services went to Capitol Hill to testify before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) on “World Wide Threats to the United States.” We won’t know what was said in the committee’s closed sessions until it’s leaked by one of the participants. But […]

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Avoiding a Jimmy Carter Moment

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Washington, DC – When Barak Obama went to Cairo in June 2009, he was lauded for seeking “a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world.” His speech was spiked with apologies for what he believes are past American errors and omissions and peppered with Utopian calls for “peace in the Middle […]

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Hard Reality

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Washington, D.C. – This year’s State of the Union address (SOTU) has now been parsed, analyzed, applauded (80 times), celebrated and derided. The rhetoric has been described as “visionary” and “myopic.” The president’s promises and pledges have been depicted as “important” and “hollow.” None of that really matters in the near term. What’s most important […]

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