“Mossad Vulture” is a Free Eagle

The Saudi government has freed a bird it first declared was a vulture and a spy for Israel’s international Mossad intelligence agency. Now it claims it’s an eagle and free to go. Prince Bandar Bin Saud Al Saud, the country’s “expert” on nature, has cleared the “culprit” of all charges after a week in which […]

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“Travel Palestine” Tourism Ad Erases Israel

2010 may be over but the Palestinian campaign to delegitimize Israel and erase the reality of Jewish history in the region continues unabated. In November 2010, an official paper published by the Palestinian Authority claimed that the Western Wall belongs to Muslims and is an integral part of Al-Aqsa Mosque and Haram al-Sharif (the Islamic […]

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Netanyahu: Iran Has Been Unmasked

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu conducted on Tuesday his annual meeting with the international press. During his address, Netanyahu reviewed some of the main events which have taken place over the last year. He began by discussing Iran, describing 2009 as a year in which Iran was unmasked and adding that the unmasking continued in 2010. […]

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The Links Between Economic Freedom and American Leadership in International Security

The 2011 Index of Economic Freedom is out, and the news is not good. For the second year in a row, America became less economically free. The U.S. is now just the ninth-freest economy in the world. The decline in the U.S. ranking was driven by skyrocketing government spending, new regulatory uncertainty associated with Obamacare, […]

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No Debt Ceiling Raise Without Spending Cuts

On March 16, 2006, when our national debt stood at $8.27 trillion, a young Senator from Illinois announced his intention to vote against raising our nation’s debt ceiling to $9 trillion, explaining: The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. Leadership means that “the […]

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Analysis: Portugal the Next Financial Domino

Once upon a time there were five European PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain) who were considered to be living in a financial structure made out of straw or wood. Along came the big bad credit markets that threatened to collapse that threatened financial structure by making debt refinancing too prohibitive. The more responsible […]

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