March 28, 2010
In case anyone missed this other tidbit of news (see below), read it along with yesterday's posting (entitled "Thug-In-Chief") and weep.
NEWS FLASH: 'Tisn't productive to hold oneself out as "the most powerful Jewish lobby in Washington" and at the same time, collaborate with (covertly or overtly) Jew-haters in Washington DC. There comes a time when even the best-intentioned of organizations - and its supporters - need to stop straddling the fence and publicly take a position.
Check out Former Obama Aide New Head of AIPAC: Lee "Rosy Rosenberg," who accompanied Obama to Israel during his campaign, takes over on Sunday as the new president of AIPAC.
[Posted by R.S.]
March 10, 2010
Nothing is more disappointing than watching a trusted TV news network go south but, sadly, such is the direction FOX News has been heading in the past few months.
Neil Cavuto's sycophantic and truly nauseating interview with slimey Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal (who now owns 7% of FOX's parent company, News Corp.); extremely ignorant comments recently made by certain FOX News hosts/contributors/commentators about Dutch Parliamentarian, Geert Wilders (a vocal and tireless opponent of Europe's trending Islamization); and now News Corp chief Rupert Murdoch's announcement that the Gulf emirate of Abu Dhabi is to become the headquarters of his global media empire in the Middle East (story here), are just some of the recent incidents tainting my undying devotion to the one and only truly intelligent and relatively-reliable TV news network out there today.
So while I will continue to watch FOX (unless and until something better comes along), with a healthy dose of skepticism, I would highly recommend to those of you who are partial to accurate and intelligent reporting/commentary - Never rely on just one trusted source but make sure you have a cadre of them (and be very selective about who/what you include it!)
[Posted by R.S.]
"Let me be very clear: The policy of strategic patience has ended. ... All options are on the table. If they elevate the threat of their weapons program to a level we believe requires action, that option is on the table."
~ Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, at a news conference in Seoul on Friday with his South Korean counterpart, Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se (more here).