Quakers: Hard on U.S., Easy on Iran


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American Friends Service Committee’s peculiar silence on the warmongering Islamic Republic.

Quakers Divest from Israel


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While few in the congregation condemn Iran or Islamic terror.

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Bush Library Meets Pacifist Aggression


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The Religious Left tries to prevent Southern Methodist University from enjoying the research benefits of a presidential library.

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NRB Book Club: Preview of David Forsmark’s Upcoming FPM Review of Falcon 7


Since James W. Huston’s thrillers are uniformly so good, it’s hard to say if Falcon 7 is his best– but it’s certainly his most incendiary since his Balance of Power proposed how Congress could bypass a pacifist President and strike back against terrorists.
In Falcon 7, Huston doesn’t bother with fictional [...]

Obama The Hawk


Say what you will about President Obama’s foreign policy, but he’s sure no pacifist when it comes to Pakistan. He’s dropping more bombs on Pakistan than his cowboy warmongering predecessor—in fact, three times as many. On average, the U.S. is launching three drone strikes on Pakistani territory per week, a dramatic increase from the once [...]

Religious “Truth” Commission to Examine U.S. War “Atrocities”


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Far-left Christian activists host committee to slander the military.

Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian Authority President


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  Click here to view the full Mahmoud Abbas profile. Excerpts from the Mahmoud Abbas profile: In the mid-1950s Abbas became involved in underground Palestinian politics, and joined a number of exiled Palestinians in Qatar. While there, he recruited numerous people who would become key figures in the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and was one of the […]

Duke’s Jeremiah Wright – by Mark D. Tooley


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Christian pacifist Stanley Hauerwas hopes to be as “toxic” as Obama’s radical mentor.

Investors.com – Surge Or Vietnam


Afghanistan: The month before the one-year anniversary of his inauguration, the president has finally settled on the strategy for what he called a “war of necessity.” But leaving, not winning, is the goal.How often in history, if ever, has a British defense secretary slammed a U.S. commander in chief for indecisiveness? Britain’s Bob Ainsworth last […]