Irrelevant and Dangerous



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Washington, DC – Last week, this column prognosticated that Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s appearance at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) would be celebrated by those who hate America. That’s certainly true. So, too, was the prediction that Ahmadinejad would claim the mantle of “humanitarian” and be showered with praise for the release of Shane […]

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Dancing the Ayatollahs’ Tune



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Washington, DC – When Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad arrives in Manhattan next week to address the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), he will present himself as a great “humanitarian.” Many of the America haters at the UN will shower him with accolades and commend his “untiring efforts” to gain the release of Shane Bauer and […]

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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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The Empire Strikes Back



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Georgetown County, SC – “Will your Boykin hunt?” asked the young man, admiring the little red spaniel at my side. “Casey” wagged her tail and sat, patiently waiting for me to check out of the local farmers market with a basket of fresh peaches, corn and tomatoes. “She’s not yet a year old, but she […]

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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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