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Benjamin Netanyahu

Egyptian Protesters Attack Israeli Embassy

September 10, 2011

Seven months since the American-condoned ouster of long time Egyptian strongman Hosni Mubarak, the people are restless.  The country has no planned elections and a military junta still reigns over the Earth’s largest Arab nation.  With a sense of rising expectations, small incidents take on deeper severity. It is in this context that Egyptian protests [...]

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Israeli Protesters Demand Their Goodies Too

September 4, 2011

With the United Nations on the verge of royally screwing Israel by arbitrarily declaring Palestine an independent state (by the way, who will run it, Hamas or Fatah?), the recipient middle class across Israel has been taking to the streets to demand “social justice” and economic reforms from the Netanyahu government.  The protesters want, among [...]

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Netanyahu Speaks to Congress

May 24, 2011

On this latest leg of his “Schooling Tour“, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to a joint meeting of Congress today, reiterating his position on the prospects of Mideast peace in clear, concise, and powerful language. Here’s the speech:  Part 1.  Part 2.  Part 3.  Part 4. Poised, strong, in control (even with the heckler), [...]

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Axis of Right Radio, Show #4, 3/28/2010

March 29, 2010

Episode #4 of Axis of Right Radio is now available. In this episode, Mike, Ryan, and Sal discuss the passage of ObamaCare and what’s next;  Ann Coulter and her recent trip to Canada;  Obama’s diss of Bibi Netanyahu and what makes Obama tick; Crist and Rubio exchanging attack ads.  Crist is toast. Axis of Right [...]

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Hillary Clinton: Talking to Iran Didn’t Work

December 16, 2009

Iran is on the verge of developing a nuclear bomb, and all we’ve been doing for the past 11 months of the Obama Administration is trying to talk without preconditions.  Well, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton now admits that talking has basically yielded jack: Now, to be fair, the Bush administration wasn’t doing much more [...]

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Netanyahu Calls Out the UN

September 25, 2009

Yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a speech to the United Nations stating plainly that Iran is insidiously destabilizing the region through proxy wars, openly threatening Israel while denying the Holocaust, and thumbing its nose at the IAEA (not big deal there, but an honorable mention seemed obligatory).  Hence, a stronger hand is needed by [...]

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Give It Up Tzipi: Lieberman Backs Netanyahu

February 19, 2009

Benjamin Netanyahu now has the inside track to becoming Israel’s next Prime Minister. That’s because Avigor Lieberman, the leader of Israel’s third largest party, has thrown his Yisrael Beitenu’s support behind a Netanyahu-led coalition. But there’s a catch. Although he prefers Netanyahu as Prime Minister, Lieberman is insisting that Netanyahu include Tzipi Livni’s Kadima Party [...]

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Israeli PM Livni Calls For An Election

October 26, 2008

Barack Obama isn’t the only politician with an unusually strong sense of entitlement.  Tzipi Livni, leader of Israel’s Kadima Party, could probably give Obama a run for his money.  After months of trying to become Israel’s Prime Minister without an election, Livni acknowledged the inevitable and called for the general election she so desperately tried [...]

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Olmert to Resign

July 30, 2008

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said today that he is not going to run again as leader of the Kadima Party after the September 17 primary elections.  He’s leaving it for his Kadima successor to try and put together a governing coalition.  I’m not an Olmert fan — two summers ago, shelling an border fighting caused two Israelis to [...]

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Israel’s Jimmy Carter Sends Wrong Message

June 29, 2008

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has once again displayed unfathomable incompetence when it comes to defending his country. Earlier today, the Prime Minister convinced his Cabinet to agree to a “prisoner exchange” in which Hezbollah will deliver the remains of two dead Israeli soldiers in exchange for the remains of ten terrorists and the release [...]

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