The Town of Adam, Israel: Fighting Left-Wing Land Theft

Bar Vanunu, Mayor of the Binyamin community of Adam, formerly known as Geva Binyamin and situated 4 kilometers northeast of Jerusalem, told Arutz Sheva the decision to allow Arabs to work land at the entrance to the community is “outrageous.” “This is very disturbing to the residents and presents a security hazard,” Vanunu said. “It is a plot by the […]

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US General: We Can Successfully Attack Iran

Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey said Tuesday that the United States can successfully attack Iran, if necessary. His biggest worry is that Iran will “miscalculate our resolve. Dempsey, speaking to CNN during a worldwide tour, spoke one day after Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta warned that the American government will […]

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U.N. Adopts ‘Religious Intolerance’ Resolution Championed by Obama & Islamist OIC

(CNSNews.com) – The U.N. General Assembly on Monday adopted a resolution condemning the stereotyping, negative profiling and stigmatization of people based on their religion, and urging countries to take effective steps “to address and combat such incidents.” No member state called for a recorded vote on the text, which was as a result adopted “by […]

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“Lie of the Year” – Democrats’ Claims about Medicare Reform

Politics is home to some pretty exaggerated accusations, and this year was no exception, particularly in the area of health care. Case in point: Democrats’ claim that “Republicans voted to end Medicare.” In fact, the assertion was so off the wall that PolitiFact.com named it “Lie of the Year 2011.” Democrats made the claim about […]

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Gas Prices at All-Time Christmas High

Americans hitting the road this week are likely to encounter the highest-ever price for gas at Christmas in history. According to figures from AAA, the nationwide average for regular unleaded is $3.21 per gallon — an increase of 23 cents over last year’s Christmas record. This marks the second straight year Americans are paying more […]

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Vaclav Havel: The Passing of a Political Giant

April 14, 2008. — Former Czech President and dissident Vaclav Havel attends the launch of the European Foundation for Democracy through Partnership. The passing of the modern Czech Republic’s first President, Vaclav Havel, will be mourned the world over, for the legendary leader of the Velvet Revolution was no ordinary politician—he was a world statesman. […]

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IDF Radio to Stop Saying ‘West Bank’

IDF Radio’s commander has instructed the station’s reporters to prefer the term “Judea and Samaria” (Yehuda veShomron) to “the West Bank.” The latter phrase dates from the 19-year interval between 1948 and 1967 during which the Biblical heartland was under Jordanian control. The decision was reported in the military radio station’s response to a complaint […]

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Iran Arrests ‘US Spy,’ Taunts U.S.

Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said Saturday that its agents have arrested a person of Iranian origin on suspicion of spying for the United States, the Associated Press said. Iran’s Foreign Ministry taunted the US Saturday, saying any espionage activity against his country would lead to humiliation. In a statement broadcast on state TV, the ministry said […]

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The Death of Kim Jong-il

North Korea’s official media announced that Kim Jong-il, the country’s long-time leader, died on Saturday of “physical and mental overwork.” Although Kim had several health problems, particularly after a stroke in August 2008, he had appeared vibrant in recent meetings. As such, the surprise development raises concerns about its impact on Pyongyang’s ongoing leadership transition, […]

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