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Wednesday, August 2, 2006

Beyond Lebanon This Is the Time for a U.S.-Led Comprehensive Settlement By Brent Scowcroft Sunday, July 30, 2006; Page B07 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has stated that a simple cease-fire in Lebanon is not the solution to the current violence. She says it is necessary to deal with the roots of the problem. She is right on both counts. But Hezbollah is not the source of the problem; it is a derivative of the cause, which is the tragic conflict over Palestine that began in 1948. The eastern... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, July 31, 2006

And Now, The Good News By Michael Barone The world seems aswirl. Where do we stand today? Let's use the analysis of bestselling author Thomas Barnett, who divides the world into a functioning "Core" (North America, Europe, East Asia, rising China and India) and a nonfunctional "Gap" (the Middle East, most of Africa, part of the Andean chain in South America). Barnett argues that our task is to expand the economically interconnected core and establish what he calls connectivity to shrink the gap.... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, July 28, 2006

Lost Moral Bearings By Charles Krauthammer WASHINGTON -- What other country, when attacked in an unprovoked aggression across a recognized international frontier, is then put on a countdown clock by the world, given a limited time window in which to fight back, regardless of whether it has restored its own security? What other country sustains 1,500 indiscriminate rocket attacks into its cities -- every one designed to kill, maim and terrorize civilians -- and is then vilified by the world when... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Syria is the key in solving Middle East crisis By Thomas L. Friedman DAMASCUS, Syria — One wonders what planet Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice landed from, thinking she can build an international force to take charge in south Lebanon without going to Damascus and trying to bring the Syrians on board. Two Syrian officials made no bones about it when I asked their reaction to deploying such a force, without Syrian backing: Do you remember what happened in 1983, each asked, when the Reagan... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

July 25, 2006 Israel's War Separates Decent Left From Indecent Left By Dennis Prager I believe the Left has been wrong on virtually every great moral issue in the last 30 years. During that period, it was wrong on the Cold War -- it devoted far more energy to fighting anti-communism than to fighting communism. It was wrong for attacking Israel for its destruction of Saddam Hussein's nuclear reactor. It was wrong on welfare. It was wrong in its demanding less morally and intellectually from black... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, July 21, 2006

July 20, 2006 Patience is Wearing Thin By Victor Davis Hanson The conventional wisdom is that the United States is so tied down that it can't do much about the rocket attacks on Israel, the blatant sponsorship of terrorists by Iran and Syria, or the Iranian nuclear program. Oil prices are already sky-high. Any unilateral American action might disrupt tight global supplies. That would derail the economies of our Western allies and only further enrich enemies with windfall profits. Trying to win... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Middle East: Shaken Awake by War Israel is fighting two-headed enemies, one preaching moderation, the other hate. by David Grossman, Israeli novelist DAVID GROSSMAN is the author of "Death as a Way of Life: Israel Ten Years After Oslo." This article was translated by Haim Watzman. July 18, 2006 There is no justification for the large-scale violence that Hezbollah has unleashed from Lebanese territory on dozens of peaceful Israeli villages, town and cities. Israel has counterattacked, and it has... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, July 3, 2006

Al Gore 3.0 The man who won the presidency in 2000 is looser and more outspoken than ever. Is his global-warming movie a warm-up for a third run at the White House? (From the July 13-27, 2006 issue of ROLLING STONE) BY WILL DANA Page 1 2 3 See images of planetwide damage caused by global warming and share your thoughts here. It is probably not fair to say that global warming excites Al Gore, but get him going on the subject and he becomes possessed by the spirit of a Holy Rolling preacher,... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, June 29, 2006

June 29, 2006 Into Hamastan By Jed Babbin Unless he is extraordinarily lucky, Israeli Army Corporal Gilad Shalit won't live to see his twentieth birthday. The Sunday raid by Hamas terrorists from the Gaza Strip succeeded in wounding and kidnapping Shalit, killing two of his comrades and wounding two more. Israel has begun a sizeable military penetration into Gaza which aims to recover Shalit - alive or dead - and punish the Palestinians for their raid. As the Israeli incursion began early... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Bush had better shake himself up and address the gas-price and energy issue

By DICK MORRIS June 21, 2006 -- For months I have wondered which would be the sixth seat the Democrats could win to capture the Senate. Because Vice President Dick Cheney would, of course, break any 50-50 tie in favor of the GOP, the Democrats, down 55-45 now, have to gain six seats in the 2006 election to get control. Five prime Democratic targets have been obvious for some time. According to the latest Rasmussen polls, Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) belongs on the endangered-species list, trailing... Sign in to see full entry.

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