Foreign/Defense Policy

Egypt’s Christians: Distraught and Displaced

By John Biver

About that “Arab Spring”…from Middle East Forum: Last week Reuters reported that “Most Christians living near Egypt’s border with Israel [in the town of Rafah in Sinai] are fleeing their homes after Islamist militants…

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How Obama’s Foreign Policy Is Failing

By John Biver

A good summary from the Heritage Foundation: Libya. Egypt. Syria. Iran. Russia. China. America’s relations with the world aren’t looking too good. President Obama said that in his Administration, America would reach out to…

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Muslim Persecution of Christians: August, 2012

By John Biver

More news about the “religion of peace”: While many people are regularly persecuted by Islam’s blasphemy law, one particular case made August headlines: a 14-year-old Christian girl in Pakistan, Rimsha Masih, was arrested, accused…

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Video: Dishonorable Disclosures

By John Biver

Speaking of foreign policy, have you heard Republican politicians adequately address this topic? From the OPSEC Team YouTube page: Intelligence and Special Operations forces are furious and frustrated at how President Obama and those…

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We Can’t Give Up on Afghanistan

By John Biver

Friends, Congressional Republicans have utterly failed to articulate a foreign policy. Their failure began right away as things started to get rough in Iraq in 2003 (yes, 2003). President George W. Bush attempted to…

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Losing Iraq: We face a strategic debacle

By John Biver

Some people think Obama is doing fine regarding foreign policy because the news media hasn’t told us otherwise. Uh huh, right. RedState.com put it this way: “Frederick and Kimberly Kagan detail in National Review…

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It’s Always Our Fault & 1.5 Billion bin Ladens

By John Biver

Two interesting articles from Family Security Matters: It’s Always Our Fault – Revisiting the ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ By Leslie Sacks Why does the most powerful government in the world apologize to a rioting rabble, murderers…

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