Netanyahu was Right (and he let Washington know about it)

A ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas in Gaza lasted nearly two hours before the terrorist group broke it. This alone would be enough to cast doubt on the Obama administrations understanding of the turmoil in the Middle East, but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu poured vinegar on the wound by letting them know that they should not go against …

Christian Photographers Appeal to US Supreme Court

Religion has been getting superseded by the liberal worldview that dominates many of the laws in just about every state in the US for some time now. One of the most contentious battles is over same-sex marriage. This particular portion of the debate isn’t about whether or not homosexual partners should be allowed to get married. It’s about whether or …

Is This Edward Snowden Shopping for Groceries in Russia?

The Russian news site Life News has published a picture of who they report to be NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Here is the roughly (and poorly) translated report: Former U.S. intelligence officer Edward Snowden is indeed in Russia. Available Life News was made ​​in Moscow, a unique photo fugitive programmer . It is evident that the American otovarilas in one …

SEALs Raid Leader of Group Responsible for Nairobi Mall Attack

A Navy SEAL team raided the villa where a senior leader of the Al-Shabaab Islamic militant group is believed to have been. The Somali installation is in the town of Baraawe. The leader is believed to have been killed but they were unable to confirm due to heavy fighting that some reports put at over an hour. Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for …

US Embassy Amongst Photos Taken by Alleged Iranian Spy in Israel

A Belgian business man has been arrested in Israel and accused of spying for Iran. Ali Mansouri is of Iranian descent and had pictures of the US Embassy amongst other photos on his camera. Israel’s Shin Bet, the internal security agency similar to the FBI in America, claims the 55-year old was a recruit for Iran’s Qods Force, a special ops …

Would the Conservatives be so Bold about the Shutdown before the Digital Age?

It looks as if the conservative side of the Republican party may be able to hold their ethical duties intact as we progress towards a government shutdown. It isn’t that today’s conservatives are necessarily more aggressive. It’s that they have the ability to rally the troops thanks to the digital technologies that are within our grasp according to this article …

Diplomats Walking on Eggshells Over Syria

Something needs to be done about Syria. Nobody disagrees with that. The points of contention being discussed by the five permanent members of the UN Security Council as well as the rest of the world centers around how the response should be delivered. Is it a strong condemnation over the use of chemical weapons? Is it a demand to hand …

Will Anyone Important Talk to the Press Knowing the Government is Listening In?

There is a need to take the right courses of action when it comes to national security. Protecting the lives of Americans is arguably the most important job of the government and should definitely take a priority over nearly every impediment. However, there was a wisdom written into the Constitution that is so solid, so relevant today and for the …