Category Archives: Foreign Policy

Obama Foreign Policy

Appeasing America’s enemies has been a mainstay of American foreign policy for the last six years and now President Obama has the gall to criticize Sony Pictures for its decision to cancel the release of the film The Interview. America won’t stand … Continue reading

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Defending Totalitarians To Absolve Obama

Everyone knows that liberals sympathize with authoritarian and even totalitarian regimes around the world, but it’s still a shock when liberals explicitly defend tyranny. The latest example comes from Eugene Robinson, one of the opinion writers at the Washington Post, as … Continue reading

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The Gaza Conflict

As the media covers the crisis in Gaza, the news reports inevitably include the number of Palestinian deaths caused by Israeli military action (reports that in some cases almost seem to be part of a propaganda campaign against Israel).  The Washington Post recently published an … Continue reading

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Obama’s Consistency

In his latest column (see here), Dana Milbank thinks he’s caught Republicans in an inconsistency. He argues that Republicans are incoherent when they call President Obama a tyrant as he overreaches on domestic issues while at the same time calling him weak and indecisive on foreign policy, … Continue reading

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Defending Authority

So again, a writer at the Washington Post characterizes Republicans as jihadists. This time, it’s columnist David Ignatius who mocks Republicans (see here) because they – gasp! – dared question the administration’s actions in the wake of the deaths of the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans in Benghazi on … Continue reading

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Benghazi Apologetics

Glenn Kessler is the putative “fact-checker” for the Washington Post, but he steps out of that role in a recent column, which the Post styles not as fact checking, but as an “analy-tic look” at the news about Benghazi. According to Kessler, the administration didn’t intentionally lie about … Continue reading

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Good Riddance To Hugo Chavez

Let’s see – rumor has it that Hugo Chavez and his family amassed a fortune of $2 billion during his 14 year reign in Venezuela, which would amount to an average salary of about $142.8 million per year. Not bad … Continue reading

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