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Time to use U.S. energy as a foreign policy tool

[caption id="attachment_1409" align="alignright" width="200"] Oil tanker[/caption]The push to end the 1970s-era ban on oil exports is typically based on economic arguments, but the value of lifting the ban as a tool of foreign policy is becoming incr ...

Military-training company helping Iraqi Christians fight ISIS

With the future of Christianity in Iraq hanging in the balance, a security firm is training Christians in that country to defend themselves against ISIS. "The fate of Christianity in Iraq is really at stake as people are leaving because they feel tha ...

Palestinian Authority's induction to Int'l Criminal Ct.: A big mistake

The induction of the Palestinian Authority and its terrorist-driven Hamas “Unity Government” into the International Criminal Court (ICC) as a member “state” is being called a ticking time bomb by legal experts. Unable to force Israel to surrender its ...

Some leaders in Middle East grateful for election's outcome

A conservative activist says the re-election of Israel's prime minister was quietly welcomed around the world. Gary Bauer, president of American Values, says the governments in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan were relieved that Benjamin Netanyahu was ...

Israel's future at stake

[caption id="attachment_13646" align="alignright" width="300"] (File Photo)[/caption]With all the threats facing our closest ally in the Middle East, Israelis must pull the lever for Bibi one more time. The future of their country -- and peace in the ...

Putin, arguably world's wealthiest man, cuts salaries - his, too

[caption id="attachment_13641" align="alignright" width="300"] (File Photo)[/caption] Russian President Vladimir Putin, who by some accounts is considered the wealthiest man on earth, signed into law Friday a decree that will not only slash all gover ...

When will the U.S. act like a superpower toward Iran?

[caption id="attachment_8946" align="alignright" width="300"] (File Photo)[/caption] Conservative critics are asking why the United States, as the world's superpower, is timidly responding to Iran's demands concerning its nuclear program, while verba ...

Poll: Americans fed up with billions going to Christian persecutors

Even with the daily pro-Muslim sentiment coming out of the White House on a daily basis, many Americans are surprised to find out that billions of their tax dollars are funding nations that enforce Islamic law and persecute Christians — and an overwh ...

Court: Pro-Israel activists still banned from the UK

Demonstrating the latest round of anti-Semitism in the United Kingdom, a British Court of Appeal just ruled that pro-Israel activists, who are also highly recognized conservative American voices in the U.S., cannot set foot on the island nation. As r ...

Proof is in the footage: Iran's missiles destined for Eastern Seaboard?

Verifying what conservatives in Washington have been saying all along, a video recently acquired by an Israeli news agency is being used as proof that Iran is more than on its way to developing and delivering a nuclear warhead with the Eastern Seaboa ...


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