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  • Battle_of_poitiers

    The true history of Europe and Islam

    Our political leaders, our mainstream academics, and media keep lying to us about the history of Islamic imperialism. The crusades were a minor distraction, and merely a response, to Islam's ongoing war against Western civilisation

    by Raymond Ibrahim - 17 February 2015
  • Obama_state_of_union

    The state of the Union is not strong

    Economic growth has been anemic. Household income is down. Labour force participation is the lowest in decades. Barack Obama's legacy is dismal, and the state of the Union is not at all strong

    by Daniel J. Mitchell - 22 January 2015
  • David-cameron-and-barack--010

    Bro Summit? There wouldn't be one for Ed Milband

    If Labour win the election, the world’s media will be itching to snap a bacon sandwich moment of Ed Miliband next to the President of the United States, doing considerable damage to our reputation. Ed just isn't prime ministerial material, and we all know it

    by Steven George-Hilley - 18 January 2015
  • Kerry_in_paris

    John Kerry's blundering "diplomacy"

    The Obama administration showed its true colours in forgetting to turn up for the mass demonstration in Paris. And then they sent John Kerry to kiss and make up. In fact, Kerry was long on the kissing and then fluffed the making up. Marvellous

    by Charles Crawford - 17 January 2015
  • Obama_surrenders

    Why 2015 should be a great year for enemies of the West

    The essence of Barack Obama's weakness is that he does not have the mental capacity to deal with the world's complexities. The West's opponents know this and are likely to strike out further before he leaves office and is replaced by someone more competent

    by the commentator - 30 December 2014
  • Obama-laughing

    Why Obama’s foreign policy is dangerous

    From Iran to Syria to Ukraine and beyond, Obama’s minimalist foreign policy has done great harm to America and the world. The Obama doctrine is what Bret Stephens calls The Retreat Doctrine, and the West's enemies love it

    by Taylor Dibbert - 12 December 2014
  • Mccain_and_kaine

    The democratic world has moved beyond Obama

    The general feeling at major international conferences these days is that Obama had his shot, messed it up, and will be lucky to get out of office without a major catastrophe occurring. What a legacy

    by Michael Auslin -  3 December 2014
  • Islam-will-dominate-the-world

    Islamist plans right on track, and the West is helping

    If any eyes were opened after the 9/11 attacks, they weren’t Western eyes -- certainly not the eyes of Western leadership, mainstream media, and academia. Islamists believe they're right on track. They could be right

    by Raymond Ibrahim -  7 November 2014
  • Obama-laughing

    Tragedy and farce in the White House

    Groucho Marx, Karl Marx, Gladstone, Disraeli, and even Duke Ellington can tell you something about Barack Obama. But at the end of the day, his international leadership is just a farce

    by Michael Curtis - 19 October 2014
  • Kobani

    Why Obama must save Kobani

    Instead of preemptively stopping ISIS from spreading into Iraq, Obama effectively waited until some high-profile beheadings forced him to focus on the danger. Kobani is now key. But is Obama up to the task?

    by Noah Beck - 16 October 2014
  • Alexander_stubb

    What Finland knows that EU, US don't about economics

    Keynsian economics is a failed relic of the Leftist past. Barack Obama, the EU (and most of its member states) don't get that. So hats off to Finland for pointing out the emperor has no clothes

    by Daniel J. Mitchell -  4 October 2014
  • Jihadists

    Western survival requires the end of Islamist jihadism

    The world is now full of jihadist groups, whether al-Qaeda, the Nusra Front, or the Islamic State, some of whose supporters are trained to carry out terrorist attacks in their Western countries of origin. Yet, our leaders fiddle while the West burns

    by Michael Curtis - 21 September 2014
  • Isis_fighters

    A coalition of the unwilling to defeat the Islamic State

    About eight million Iraqis and Syrians live in areas ISIS controls. It is the richest terrorist organization in the world, and has about 10,000 fighters. Building a coalition to destroy it is essential, but it’s going to involve some very strange bedfellows. Can Obama build a coalition of the unwilling?

    by Michael Curtis - 11 September 2014
  • Obama_and_bush

    Under hopeless leadership, the world falls apart

    Robin Mitchinson's Texan alter ego laments a world that is falling apart, as simplistic and contradictory assumptions form the best that our hopeless leadership can manage

    by Robin Mitchinson - 20 August 2014
  • Obama_iraq

    Obama’s self-absorbed humanitarianism over Iraq

    Obama the supreme egotist looks grudging and shifty over his self-absorbed decision to move on Iraq. It's the story of his presidency

    by Taylor Dibbert - 13 August 2014

 

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