Category Archives: Afghanistan

Islam and the messes in the Middle East


The Obama Administration has led America down the wrong road. An article at Front Page Magazine presents two excellent YouTube videos. The first video knits together the multiple kerfuffles in the Middle East — Libya, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq and, indeed, the entire … Continue reading

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A Review of President Obama’s Middle-East Policies


That is, assuming that he has any. Barry Rubin’s review of President Obama’s Middle-East policies is excellent and summarizes many points that are often overlooked but must at least be considered. I can’t re-post his entire article, but here are … Continue reading

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President Obama’s Address at the UN was Great


If you like presidential policy speeches based on fantasy. The speech President Obama’s address yesterday to the United Nations is presented here in it’s entirety. Many quotations and a few comments are provided here. Here are my comments after watching … Continue reading

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If we are to Lead, doing so from the Front with Strength, Competence and Conviction is not Optional.


A Stratfor article, From Gadhafi to Benghazi, appears below in its entirety following my comments. It would be great — and so would be our nation — were our leaders to learn from and be guided by it. The United States … Continue reading

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Further thoughts on Koran burning in Afghanistan


There have been a few developments and some of them are good. In this article, I wrote about recent Koran burnings and the military justice implications.  Little if any reliable further information emerged until today: PUL-E-ALAM, Afghanistan — Military investigators … Continue reading

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What happens after Korans are burned in Afghanistan?


Who did it, why and under what circumstances? What should and should not be done? The military justice system demands justice for our troops.  It does not permit revenge upon them to curry favor with others, even our enemies. The … Continue reading

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