Category Archives: Foreign Policy

Hiding The War On Women

At least someone is speaking out about the real war on women being waged in the Mideast. In an op-ed article, Roya Hakakian explains how misogynists in the Mideast have adopted Ayatollah Khomeini’s tactic of using the chaos created through anti-Americanism, and the resulting reluctance of American leaders … Continue reading

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Normalizing Misogyny

On the front page of its October 19, 2012, edition, the Washington Post published a photo of two Saudi women wearing burqas – clothing which leaves visible only the eyes of the women. The photo accompanies an article that mentions one of the women, Batoul … Continue reading

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The Libya Debate Question

The question about Libya and the answers given during the second presidential debate raised several interesting points. First, Obama continues to lie about the events in Benghazi that caused the deaths of four Americans, including our ambassador to Libya. We all … Continue reading

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Misogynist Enablers

Slate’s Fred Kaplan has weighed in, so it’s official: American efforts in Afghanistan were “doomed from the start,” and now it’s “over.” Okay, so now the Afghan misogynists can get back to their primary occupation of oppressing and enslaving women (the real … Continue reading

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Obama’s Iranian Non-Policy

In a strained defense of Obama’s Iranian policy, David Ignatius (of the Washington Post) claims that the White House is puzzled by Israel’s “red line” demand. According to Ignatius, the United States “has already drawn a red line,” but he doesn’t bother to tell us what that red … Continue reading

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Middle East Meltdown

Gail Collins of the NY Times has written an amazingly empty column criticizing Mitt Romney’s comments about the recent events in Egypt and Libya. Evidently, in her eagerness to join the media feeding frenzy, she felt that anything would do. Without providing any analysis or insight of any … Continue reading

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Terminating Bin Laden

Liberals often claim that one of Obama’s great foreign policy achievements, as mentioned yet again by Slate’s Fred Kaplan, is that he “ordered the killing of Osama bin Laden.” To analyze this claim properly, however, it’s necessary to think of the world “but-for” Obama (that … Continue reading

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