Last week it was reported that Saudi Arabia decided to make a “major shift” away from its 80 years of close cooperation with the United States. The Saudi leadership is angry that the Obama Administration did not attack Syria last month, and that it has not delivered heavy weapons to the Syrian rebels fighting to […]
Negotiating the level and amount of uranium enrichment going forward is fine, but giving up even some of the enriched uranium Iran has already stockpiled is out of the question, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said ahead of six-party talks in Geneva, Switzerland, aimed at finding a diplomatic solution to Iran’s contentious nuclear program.
Nearly half the rebels fighting to topple the Iranian-backed Syrian regime of President Bashar Assad are either diehard al-Qaida jihadists or hardline Islamists primarily focused on setting up a strict Islamic state, a report by the defense consultancy IHS Jane’s says.
Not quite two weeks ago, a group of Islamofascists attacked the town of Maaloula, Syria. The attack didn’t garner all that much attention, primarily because it was drowned out by the roar of President Barack Obama getting sacked in his own diplomatic end zone by Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) authored a guest column for Time magazine Wednesday, forcefully arguing against President Barack Obama’s newfound love of interventionist Mideast policy, saying “America should only go to war to win.”
With international support crumbling, a war-weary public rebelling and Congressional support apparently limited to a few neocon warmongers, Barack Obama deferred to Congress on a possible military strike on Syria.
Questions about the United States’ aid to Egypt have intensified in the wake of last month’s military coup. More than 1,000 Egyptians have been killed in the last week, most apparently supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi. A few members of Congress have called for cutting off aid to Egypt, which the White House says is under review. ProPublica breaks down where the money actually goes.
A majority in the U.S. Senate has told President Barack Obama not to do it. There’s no doubt that an overwhelming majority of Americans would oppose it — if the media ever told them about it. Nonetheless, this past Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry said that Obama will sign a controversial gun-control treaty promulgated by the United Nations.
Each year since 1954 between 120-150 political leaders and major players in international industry, finance and academia have gathered for the Bilderberg conference in a heavily-guarded location. Billed as an informal discussion amongst some of the world’s most influential denizens, Bilderberg organizers say the meeting is intended as an opportunity to discuss “megatrends and the major issues facing the world.”
The ultra-Left continues to see him as a transformative figure that will remake America. His critics agree that President Barack Obama wants to change America, but not for the better. I decided to find out by reading half a dozen books and taking notes over the past few months.