Daily Archives: September 15, 2010

Obama’s Problems Are Intellectual & Political

How is anyone to make sense of the failed economic model that is the Obama Administration? I’d like to try to provide some clarity. The current U.S. recession led Obama by 13 months, yet every authority on this matter agrees … Continue reading

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Famine & Foreigners: Ethiopia & The Ravages Of Political Statecraft

Norman Borlaug won the Nobel Prize in his expertise in the biochemistry of farm grains, this prevented the growth of destructive fungi and other organisms that destroy grains and plants thus engendering the likelihood of famine.  But Dr. Borlaug was … Continue reading

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Mexico: A Narco State Infiltrated By Iranian Proxies

Robert C. Bonner is the senior principal at the Sentinel HS Group, a homeland security focused strategic consulting firm.  Mr. Bonner was with the Drug Enforcement Agency Administration for several years along with U.S. Customs and Border Protection.  He delivered … Continue reading

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Maajid Nawaz & The Defeat Of Fascist Islam

Maajid Nawaz is the cofounder of the counter-extremism think tank Quilliam and founder of the Khudi movement, which works to promote Democracy and democratic mores in Pakistan.  He recently wrote about the ever increasing fascist drive that dominates contemporary Islam … Continue reading

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How To Understand The ‘Mosque’ At Ground Zero

Amir Taheri has written extensively for the New York Post and several other publications since his return to Paris after the arrival of Ayatollah Kohmeini in Iran 1979.  He is considered an expert on matters related to Persia, both historical … Continue reading

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