Did Hezbollah’s Chief Financial Officer Defect to Israel?

Did Hezbollah’s Chief Financial Officer Defect to Israel? October 11, 2012 13:07 by Pesach Benson Today’s Top Stories 1. According to the Jewish Press, Hezbollah’s chief financial officer defected to Israel, bringing with him maps, classified documents, and a large sum of money. Why’d Hussein Fahs do it? He had been arrested for embezzling Hezbollah […]

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Happy 237th Birthday, U.S. Navy!

Today, we commemorate and give thanks for the sacrifice and service of the men and women in uniform of the U.S. Navy. On October 13, 1775, Congress authorized the procurement of two armed vessels to search for British ships supplying munitions to the British army in America. Today, the Navy continues to be a force […]

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Obama Cuts Defense Programs, Claims They “Weren’t Working Very Well”

During last week’s debate, President Obama made an intriguing statement while explaining his deficit hawk credentials. In referencing the programs he cut, he mentioned “aircrafts that the Air Force had ordered but weren’t working very well.” This is a rather vague reference, leaving up for speculation just what aircraft he had in mind. A quick […]

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Unraveling the Libya Debacle: Biden’s Disregard for the Facts

Vice President Biden’s assertions during the debate last night showed either a lack of information or a willful disregard for the facts. Biden stated in relation to the September 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi—which killed four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens—that “We weren’t told they wanted more security. We did not know […]

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Debunked: Biden Claims HHS Mandate Not an Assault on Religious Liberty

When the vice presidential debate last night turned to the issue of religious liberty and Obamacare’s Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate, the discussion didn’t get all the facts straight. Vice President Joe Biden explained his view of the mandate, saying: With regard to the assault on the Catholic church, let me make it absolutely […]

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Special Report: Poll Shows Romney Leading Obama Among Jews; Is This Possible?

A tracking poll published Thursday by TIPP for Investors’ Business Daily shows the hard-to-believe statistic of 44% support for Mitt Romney among likely Jewish voters, versus 40% for Obama, with 16% undecided. The statistic is qualified with the comment that it is based on a small sample and should therefore be viewed with caution. The […]

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Debate: Biden loses it

This evening, vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) took on Vice President Joe Biden in a wide-ranging debate covering everything from Libya and Iran to the economy. Biden’s demeanor was the story of the evening: smirking, laughing, snorting, shaking his head. The strategy seems to have been to laugh off America’s problems, since the […]

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WORD CLOUD: Biden and Ryan at the Vice Presidential Debate

With countless forums, panels and analyses following the first presidential debate last week, Thursday’s showdown between Vice President Biden and Representative Paul Ryan was even more anticipated than imagined. Heritage has created two word clouds: one generated for Biden’s remarks and another for Ryan’s. These visual depictions, which make the most-used terms larger, are helpful […]

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South Korea Missile Range Extension: A Good Step Toward Security

On Sunday, South Korean and U.S. representatives announced that they have come to an agreement that allows South Korea to extend the range of its ballistic missiles. This is a major positive step in the bilateral relationship and one that The Heritage Foundation’s expert Bruce Klingner called for on numerous occasions. The previous 2001 agreement […]

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