Fear of a large-scale conflict is the only card the Mullahs have to play — and the West is falling for it.
Most of the nation is still celebrating the elimination of Osama bin Laden, the monster behind one of the worst days in American history. Some are relieved bin Laden can no longer aid the jihadist cause; others take pleasure in knowing the suffering he caused us has been partially repaid.
Egyptian extremists and Hamas are gaining strength and momentum, in the face of Obama’s ridiculous “leading from behind.”
It is a well-established fact that the United States is a center-right nation, yet over the last fifty years, the country’s laws and policies have slowly drifted leftward. One reason for this is that the Right has passively accepted the premise that the Left holds the middle ground. By labeling conservative ideas as extreme, the Left is laying claim to a default position in the center.
The more the rich pay in America, the more people insist that they’re getting a free ride. Well, here’s a little bad news for progressives who think that way.