The stammering from Brussels about the recent terror attack in Bulgaria is further proof that the Europeans haven't abandoned their double standard when it comes to the way they treat Israel and the way they coddle the Arab and/or Muslim countries, political groups and terrorist organizations that have beleaguered the [...]
So this is how the President's Middle East Peace initiative goes. Obama treks over there, hat in hand, to apologize for America's chronic evilness. He backs away from supporting Israel. On the heels of the Iraq retreat (oops, "victory"), he declares that war is so 2011 (and it's all Bush's fault [...]
The peace-loving government of Iran has acquired a new toy with which they can forcefully advance their love of peace. Anyone who doubts that this rocket is designed to send a nuclear bomb (that they say they are not building) over to Israel is probably sending money to a Nigerian diplomat that he met online, believes their was second shooter in Dallas and that the current administration in Washington is doing all they can to support America's small businesses.
The United Nations has issued another meaningless rebuke to Iran for that country's relentless pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability. America's simultaneous tolerance of rogue Middle Eastern states combined with our recent cold shoulder to the one actual democracy in the region goes a long way to explain why the Iranians will soon be threatening Israel with a nuclear attack. When Israel responds to that threat - as they must - we will have no one to blame but the feckless diplomats at Foggy Bottom who responded to the inane direction coming from the White House.