Counting the ways in which the law is on the Jewish state’s side.
The latest canard from the Left, as discussed last night on the O’Reilly Factor, is that the racial sterotype of menacing angry black men has led to unfair criticism of President Obama’s kicking “ass” comment in reference to those he finds responsible for the Gulf oil spill disaster.
For example, Mark Halperin of Time Magazine (who had no trouble [...]
The Obama administration is sinking, along with the fortunes of the Gulf coast states caught in the continuing devastation from the oil spill, which the Obama administration has allowed to get worse, and with the weight of our national debt that is growing by leaps and bounds.
A month and a half after the Gulf oil spill began, 69 percent [...]
Yesterday I blogged that:
the next step for the Obama administration will be to line up against the continuation of the Gaza blockade.
This morning, I woke up to read on the front page of The New York Times that the White House has wasted no time taking that next step:
The Obama administration considers Israel’s blockade of Gaza to [...]
The Obama administration continues to push Israel under the bus.
Last week, it agreed to language in the final outcome document of the United Nations’ Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference that mentions only Israel – not Iran - in the context of demanding a nuclear-free Middle East. And at the UN Security Council this past weekend, the Obama [...]
The United Nations Security Council wasted no time meeting in special emergency session yesterday regarding Israel’s commando operation against the flotilla of ships seeking to break the blockade of Gaza, resulting in the death of at least 9 people aboard one of the six ships in the flotilla. The New York Times reported that Israel faced [...]
The New York Times editorializes today that
There doesn’t seem to be anything terribly unethical about the White House offer of an unpaid advisory position to Joe Sestak if he would bow out of the Pennsylvania Democratic primary, in which he later defeated Senator Arlen Specter.
The Times‘ only criticism of the offer was that it was an [...]
On the Friday before a long holiday weekend, the White House issued a statement admitting that President Obama’s chief of staff Rahm Emanuel arranged for former President Bill Clinton to ask Representative Joe Sestak if he would consider dropping out of Pennsylvania’s Democratic Senate primary. Mention was made in their discussion of Sestak’s possible appointment [...]