A reader at The Optimistic Conservative pointed out that the media outlets hailing the election of Hassan Rohani, a so-called “moderate,” as the next president of Iran are the same outlets that consider the Tea Parties in America to be “radical.” (Mike DeVine has coverage of the media gusher here.)
Given that most of these media outlets would agree that the clerical mullahs of Iran’s Guardian Council are radicals, Continue reading
The latest apocalyptic, Islamist-ruling, Mullah-approved candidate for president may replace Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (aka Members-Only-jacket-ijad) as the face of the terrorist nation of Iran.
All candidates appearing on the ballot for the post of head puppet must first pass the clerics’ radical litmus tests before Iranians get to vote.
Bill Clinton says jump and Commander-in-Chief Barack Obama’s administration asks how high?
Clinton told Sen. John McCain he agrees that Obama should act more forcefully to support anti-Assad rebels in Syria, saying the American public elects presidents and members of Congress “to see down the road” and “to win.”
Never mind that silly war on Islamic Jihad or Chinese cyber-warfare… let’s focus on the important stuff.
There was a time when promoting American interests overseas was the primary raison d’etre for the State Department, but now Secretary John Kerry is stating that promoting and protecting the “universal human rights” of all the world’s people “no matter their sexual orientation or gender identity” is at “the very heart of our diplomacy.”
Judge Royce Lambeth’s main claim to fame at the moment is that of judicial “shoppee:” The Department of Justice “shopped around” for a judge willing to approve the subpoena for the emails and phone logs of Fox correspondent James Rosen. After two other judges had refused to approve it, Lambeth did.
So what is Lambeth’s background? One of those liberal judges appointed by a Democratic president whom conservatives accuse of blind support for any Democratic administration and lack of seriousness when it comes to national security?
In March of this year, during his Mideast charm offensive, Barack Obama declared that Israel has “no greater friend” than America. Maybe he meant “fiend.”
On Tuesday, a report presented to Congress by Jerusalem-based watchdog NGO Monitor showed that several NGOs (“non-government organizations”) in the region that receive U.S. tax dollars are hostile toward Israel and the peace process.
With each passing day, the United Nations becomes more irrelevant to anyone outside the progressive movement and/or the Obama Administration. The latest example of the failure of this institution is the news that Iran will chair the United Nations’ most important disarmament negotiating forum during the panel’s May session, which opened today, sparking calls by an independent monitoring group for the U.S., the EU, and UN chief Ban Ki-moon to protest.
If you’ve been worrying about our vulnerability to overseas cyber attacks, then you need to read this article from the Economic Warfare Institute blog by Stewart Baker.
A senior official in the Bush administration’s Department of Homeland Security, Baker shows how experts can identify hackers. It turns out it’s easier than you think:
Apology Tour 2013…?
While on a state visit to Mexico this week, Barack Obama placed the blame on Mexico’s woes directly at the American people, as reported by Cybercast News Network.
Speaking before an audience in Mexico City, Obama commented on the American link to both illegal drugs and illegal weapons in the Mexican nation, telling those assembled:
IAF F-16I in professional pose
The latest report that the Israeli Air Force has conducted an attack in Syria comes not from the Syrian rebels but from U.S. officials. Why our officials might be talking to the media about this is a separate topic. More on it in a moment.
The information disclosed to the media is sketchy; it’s not even clear that the target was actually in Syria, as opposed to Lebanon. Continue reading