Category Archives: Saudi Arabia

The muddled strategy of Jubilation T. Obama


Obama continues to insist on leading from behind; that’s the most He can do. Who in his right mind would follow Him were He to try to lead from the front? “Moderate” Islamists Commander in Chief Juilation T. Cornpone Obama, Nobel … Continue reading

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Remarks of Ayaan Hirsi Ali, an ex-Muslim, at Yale


Ayaan Hirsi Ali has often been rejected by the “multicultural” establishment, perhaps most memorably in April of this year by Brandeis University. According to Brandeis, “She is a compelling public figure and advocate for women’s rights, and we respect and appreciate her work to … Continue reading

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Obama’s Islamic terrorism “strategy” and Islam


The “I” word — Islam — shall not be used other than respectfully, as in “the religion of peace.” Do the Islamic State (IS) and its terrorist cohorts practice an “extremist” version of Islam? Does Obama know enough about Islam to decide? Secretary … Continue reading

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The P5 + 1 negotiations are going well for Iran. How about President Obama?


Will “moderate” Iran be moderate in its development and use of nukes? As the Iran Scam pushed by President Obama continues to fester, there is little reason to expect actual moderation. Prologue In November of last year, soon after the English language text of … Continue reading

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President Obama still considers Islam the beautiful religion of peace.


One might hope that the past five years had changed His mind. His views seem to remain the same. Remember President Obama’s 2009 Cairo speech? I have come here to seek a new beginning between the United States and Muslims around the world; … Continue reading

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Peace in Our Time Awaits?


It all depends on the meaning of sex and is “peace.” My earlier attempts at analysis are here and here. Power Line provides an overview here. One part of it is reprinted below:   5. The Iranian regime never disclosed its … Continue reading

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Israel, Saudi Arabia, Iran and the United States


The Stratfor analysis reprinted below is interesting but has at least one glaring error as well as many dubious conclusions. According to the Stratfor analysis, The logic here suggests a process leading to the elimination of all sanctions in exchange … Continue reading

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