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Social Networking Goes Viral

The Obama network success. The election of Barack Obama ushered in the use of political networking that hadn't been seen before.

Media Quiet on Child Abuse…

When non-Israelis, often referred to as “goyim”, commit an offense, the media jumps all over them.

Democracy, Utopia or Opiate?

The U.S. is touted as having a great democracy. Everything good--either real or imagined—is supposedly due to their principles of democracy. Seldom do American politicians or members of the public define or clarify what those principles include.

Doors of Perception

It's nearly impossible to change others’ perceptions of anything – of you, your favorite food, political candidate, TV programme or other pastime...in politics, from the blindness of arch-Zionist Alan Dershowitz to Gilad Atzmon’s refreshing analysis of Jewish identity politics, to the public’s perceptions of President Obama when they elected him and now.

Pioneers have visions of something better

Pioneers don't depend on others to guide their lives and futures. As someone once said, they "promote the exercise of one's own goals and desires and so value independence and self-reliance."

An America That’s Never Wrong

Americans won’t like this. Practically everyone else will: Americans simply can never admit they were wrong...

Dreams of Democracy

"Democracy is only a dream: it should be put in the same category as Arcadia, Santa Claus, and Heaven."

Still Under Wraps

If going nuts as the ship passes helps, three rescues, show promise...

A Timeline Of Terror

Reporters simply refuse to give up their idea that Islamic terrorists had something to do with the attacks. Journalists had the same initial reaction in 1995 after the Oklahoma City bombing by Timothy McVeigh.

Changing cultures

It’s a smaller world with people further apart than ever. We travel to different cultures; we fight other cultures. We want to control cultures we don't understand.


A terribly sad reality rears its ugly head with the realization that men and women of integrity otherwise have been forced to cheat--to...


According to a report by Scott Shane, Mark Mazzetti and Dexter Filkins of the New York Times, WikiLeaks exposes how, "From hundreds of diplomatic cables, Afghanistan emerges as a looking-glass land where bribery, extortion and embezzlement are the norm and the honest man is a distinct outlier."

PAUL BALLES: American Public Generally Unaware of Israel’s Theft of U...

America’s most vital Cold War defence information, nuclear technology, air defence systems, classified weapons and even NATO defence plans in case of a Soviet invasion of Western Europe, all went to Russia as part of an arrangement between the Soviets and Israel. Israeli Spy Pollard is doing life in prison for this...