Published September 22, 2011
This week will mark yet another trip to Ohio by both President Obama and Vice President Biden. Obviously, this has nothing to with campaigning for reelection; it’s all about jobs.
Published June 20, 2010
What few Western leaders seem to realize is that the blockade was working. Hamas was in freefall, with its cash flow drying up and most Gazans turning on the party they had backed just a few years earlier.
Published February 03, 2010
From the handling of the census forms by a special committee to the completion of them by ordinary Ohioans, it’s all on the honor system. But can we trust the results in the Buckeye State?
Published June 19, 2009
By Joel Mowbray Syndicated columnist It did not come with the promise of 72 virgins, but newly released Guantanamo Bay detainees managed to make it to paradise after all. What the fawning media neglected to mention was that these supposedly friendly lads all trained at an Al Qaeda-linked terrorist camp in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. Not that you'll hear any [...]
Published April 03, 2009
An Iraqi translator who has earned commendations for risking his own life to save Americans in Iraq has been denied a visa to live in the United States.
Published February 07, 2009
Though the U.N. as recently as Thursday criticized Israel, for the seizure of a shipment bound for Gaza, its rhetoric against the Jewish state has softened considerably.
Published January 30, 2009
Iraqi translators who serve U.S. forces are worrying that their lives will be in jeopardy if their names and personal information are turned over to the Iraqi government, as required by the recently-enacted Status of Forces Agreement.
Published January 22, 2009
A member of parliament in the Netherlands who has been charged with "insulting" Muslims says he fears he will be found guilty and sent to prison in a only few months.
Published January 14, 2009
The U.N. agency that administers a school in Gaza where dozens of civilians were killed by Israeli mortar fire has admitted to employing terrorists to work at its Palestinian schools.
Published December 19, 2008
A quickly growing Jihadist group that used Facebook to spread its radical message has been shut down by the popular Web networking site after FOXNews.com alerted the company to the group's activities.