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Is Obama Our Gorbachev?

Is Obama Our Gorbachev?

He was a youthful leader with a law degree elected on the promise of reforms that would revitalize a world power trapped in the economic doldrums by its bureaucracy and huge debt. His approach of international engagement attempted to break through his country's global isolation by forging new ties ...

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No Red Lines for the Left

No Red Lines for the Left

Every society has its red lines. Areas that are off limits. Behaviors that are unacceptable. Lines that should not be crossed. And the left has progressively dismantled the red lines that constrain it, while seizing control of the infrastructure that marks out a society's red lines. By controlling ...

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Flash Mob Attacks: Personal Security Tips

RSN: After learning and seeing this new phenomena called "Flash Mob" attacks, we found practical ways to avoid them or if confronted with that scenario, knowing what to think and how to act. This can save your life, your family's and innocent citizens. Prevention is not a model to follow here, ...

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A Disparity in Power is Not a Disparity in Morals

A disparity in power is not a disparity in morals. This truth is the dynamite under the edifice of the left which insists that the poor are more moral than the rich and that a nation's moral worth can be measured in inverse proportion to its per capita income. The debate is not merely one of ...

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Government of Sociopaths

Government of Sociopaths

It's politically risky to raise taxes. It's politically risky to cut spending. The one thing that isn't politically risky to do is go deeper and deeper into debt. Whatever agreement evolves or devolves out of congress it will likely allow Republicans to satisfy their base by cutting spending a ...

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Hell Has a New Resident and Mexico Has a New Hero

Hell Has a New Resident and Mexico Has a New Hero

Everyone has a budget and debt problem. Even terrorists.

The Palestinian Authority is facing a budget crisis. It has reached its borrowing limit and has a 585 million dollar deficit... Back in 2007, 7.4 billion dollars was pledged to keep the terrorist edifice of the Authority running. The PA ...

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China's Second Great Leap Forward

China's Second Great Leap Forward

The People's Republic of China's first Great Leap Forward thrust it forward at the cost of some 40 million lives. And while its Second Great Leap Forward appears to come at a smaller cost in lives, it may prove to be equally fragile.

The saving grace of the PRC economy has been the willingness of ...

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The Jewish Vote

The Jewish Vote

Every election season brings another round of predictable essays about the Jewish vote. Variations of these essays have been going round and round for decades without getting anywhere. So let's begin by demystifying the Jewish vote.

The Jewish vote is not a single entity. There is no monolithic ...

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The Last Refuge of Liberty

The Last Refuge of Liberty

When Madame Roland, the moderate French Republican, was a prisoner in the hands of the radicals, she wrote; "Oh my friends. Heaven grant that you may reach the United States-- that last refuge of liberty-- in safety!" Two-hundred years later, her "last refuge of liberty" is under siege by the same ...

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