Monthly Archives: May 2007

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

A Month of Blogging

With 38 Posting, not including this one, I have finished a month of blogging. In review my preferrred subject stays narrowly focused.: 18 postings on Israeli/ Zionist matters10 postings on the War in Iraq and the War on Terror8 postings…

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Is It Virtuous to Lose?

from Ralph PetersBAGHDAD BLUESRELEARNING THE ART OF WAR New York Post online www.nypost.com For two generations, we’ve trained military leaders to be statesmen in uniform, downplaying pugnacity and guts. We sent promising officers for Ivy League doctorates (thereby cutting off…

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A Reliable Weather Forecast

“There has been a net warming of the earth over the last century and a half, and our greenhouse gas emissions are contributing at some level. Both of these statements are almost certainly true. What of it? Recently many people…

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Mickey Mouse Terrorism

remember the Mickey Mouse Club theme song?M-I-C- see you in hell infidel!K-E-Y- why? because Allah demands that the Jew children of apes and pigs and their murderous Zionist nazis with their lapdog American Bush die a thousand deaths as their…

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An Incitement to Genocide and the UN is Silent, Again

from the Simon Wiesenthal Centerhttp://www.wiesenthal.com/siteapps/advocacy/ActionItem.aspx?c=fwLYKnN8LzH&b=2719367 “Oh Allah, vanquish the Jews and their supporters…vanquish the Americans and their supporters…and kill them all, down to the very last one….” -Sheik Ahmad BahrA few weeks ago at a mosque in Sudan, a top…

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Barbarians at the Gate

from www.politicalmavens.com It therefore strains credulity to read that continued rocket fire merely “strains” the cease-fire, while establishing a buffer zone would “torpedo” it. It suggests no one is expecting the Palestinians to be able to control themselves — that…

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Diplomatic Fantasy

fromDems’ Diplomacy IllusionAways keen to talk.By Mona Charen from National Review Online www.nationalreview.com There is nothing wrong with diplomacy rightly understood. Diplomacy is a delicate dance among nations attempting to influence one another. Democrats seem to think that diplomacy leads…

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Rabbis Arrested at UN

“In an unusual show of unity, 22 Jewish leaders — Orthodox, Conservative and Reform — are briefly jailed for anti-Iran protest outside the UN. “ for the complete story see:http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=13930 for the story with lots of pictures see:http://boroparkpyro.blogspot.com/2007/04/mass-rabbinic-arrest.html thanks to…

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Was Every Intelligence Network Wrong?

Some perspectives on The Iraq debacle From: Front Page Magazine Interview With Dave Gaubatz One must remember that at the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the average Iraqi was more open to providing Americans intelligence. They wanted Saddam removed and…

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The Camera Never Lies?

This is an old story but it is classic example of the incredible distortion that come from the press in the Middle East. The media is too often a spineless tool in the hands of middle eastern terorists and they…

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Emotional Rationalism

by H Oliner We delude outselves into thinking we are rational creatures and make decisions with facts; but the truth is we more often make our decisions emotionally and then rationalize our decisions with the avialable facts filtered to reach…

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Rewriting History for Political Gain

George Tenet’s War Against HistoryThis is news?By Charles Krauthammer George Tenet has a very mixed legacy. On the one hand, he presided over the two biggest intelligence failures of this era — 9/11 and the WMD debacle in Iraq. On…

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In Search of Women’s Rights in The Muslim World

America, Saving Muslim Women’s LivesImages of oppression.By Fred Thompson Sometimes, you read or hear something, and an image forms in your mind that just won’t go away. For me, one of those images comes from the 2002 news stories about…

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So Many Journalists, So Little Truth

From CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Mideast Reporting in America) see recommended sites On April 30, the Cox News Service distributed an article by Craig Nelson that includes a terribly inaccurate and biased description of last summer’s Hezbollah-Israel war. In…

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How Much Does It Cost to Change a Lightbulb?

The CFL Mercury NightmareSteven Milloy, Financial PostPublished: Saturday, April 28, 2007 How much money does it take to screw in a compact fluorescent light bulb? About US$4.28 for the bulb and labour — unless you break the bulb. Then you,…

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How to Legitimize a Blatantly Anti Semitic Country

HOW TO SELL ANTI-SEMITES By DICK MORRIS & EILEEN MCGANN from the New York Post March 23, 2007 — THE past few years have seen a concerted international PR campaign to promote Dubai as a tolerant new Mecca of Middle…

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