When the state of Israel was founded in 1948, it was done so with the approval of the United Nations. But today, Israel’s enemies routinely challenge the legitimacy of its very existence. So, under international law, who’s right? Israel? Or its enemies?
Why won’t President Barack Obama call this a battle against “Islamic extremism”? That was the question opening for a Fox News Sunday interview this week with Department of Homeland Security Sec. Jeh Johnson. “From my perspective, whether referred to as Islamic extremism or violent extremism, ISIL is a terrorist organization that represents a serious potential…
What if Muhammad was telling the truth? Randall Terry discusses in this episode of Voice of Resistance.
Liberals like CNN’s Sally Kohn are circling the wagons around ISIS, wagging their fingers at the imagined enemies of Islam, and citing the Bible in support of their arguments. Are they properly citing scripture, or are the using it to protect the jihadists from criticism? via AlfonzoRachel
While Americans continue to be perplexed by the verbal gymnastics employed by the White House to avoid calling Islamic extremism what it is, the Obama administration was caught in an embarrassing double standard this week. At Wednesday’s news briefing, Fox News senior White House correspondent Ed Henry asked why the administration failed to identify 21…
Hear Obama’s shocking comments about Christianity, Islam and religion at the National Prayer Breakfast. via AlfonzoRachel
Muslim students shot in NC, the suspect is a left wing liberal hate monger.
In a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel Monday, President Obama said he believed a deal with Iran on nuclear weapons was possible because Supreme Leader Khamenei said it would be “contrary to their faith to obtain a nuclear weapon.” The issues now are sufficiently narrowed and sufficiently clarified where we’re at a…
Topics for today’s episode of Newsbusted: – U.S. Cuba Relations – Josh Earnest – Yemen – Obama’s ISIS Strategy – Donald Trump – School Sex Party – Pizza – Al-Jazeera – CNN Ratings
Judge Jeanine Pirro has been an ardent critic of President Obama for years. But Obama’s remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast, which the president’s most reliable defenders claim is a non-controversy, has her seeing the president’s behavior during America’s war with Islamic terrorists in a whole new light. via ijreview