Written by Chris Knowles
(September 22: United Kingdom)
Last night I entered a discussion on LinkedIn the title of which was No to War with Iran. The article that introduces the discussion refers to a position put forward by the distinguished political scientist Kenneth Waltz that if Iran had nuclear weapons it would ...
Written by Aeneas
The philosophy of the land of the free and its institutionalised protection of freedom of speech is obviously something the pro-sharia lobby fear greatly. Free speech and its ability to reveal truth is something that those with something to hide would prefer to do without. Those ...
Written by Arash Irandoost, PhD
It was only a few years back, when Trita Parsi, the brash president of the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) bragged about beating AIPAC and likened his victory to David versus Goliath. Flush with private enterprises, US government support, and foundationdonors, NIAC’s swaggering Mafioso was ...
Written by Lars Hedegaard’s
Strategic reflections on 9/11 – eleven years on
NEW YORK. On this eleventh anniversary of the Muslim terror attack against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, let us pause for a moment and reflect on the current strategic situation.
I’m using the word ”strategic” advisedly and in full ...
Written by Dr. Shaul Shay
BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 182, September 13, 2012
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Though Egypt does not currently have a nuclear energy program, that reality could soon change. Newly elected President Mohammed Mursi made clear that Egypt wishes to create a civilian nuclear energy program. Also of ...
Written by Ephraim Asculai
We can define “red lines” as acts, activities, or situations that if carried out or reached mandate actions to redress the situation. The purpose of drawing these lines is twofold: to deter these said acts or activities, and to judge that the situation is serious enough to warrant reactions.
Written by Nelson Hultberg
The political left in America is outraged at Clint Eastwood's recent presentation at the GOP convention. The shock and disbelief of Rachel Maddow at MSNBC and the Blitzer gang at CNN is heavy with condemnation of this inimitable American icon.
The establishment media response has basically come ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
With the next four years at stake, the only topic of conversation is the Race Card. The left plays the Race Card and then accuses the right of playing the Race Card. There are dogwhistles in the air that only white middle-aged pundits can hear and arguments over whose diverse lineup truly ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
There are two types of societies, production societies and rationing societies. The production society is concerned with taking more territory, exploiting that territory to the best of its ability and then discovering new techniques for producing even more. The rationing society is concerned with ...