Obama’s Big Brotherhood Bet

The United States has become a tool of Muslim Brotherhood expansionism.


Daniel Greenfield FrontPage Magazine 5/6/2013

In the spring of 2009, Obama went down to Cairo. He skipped the gaming tables at the Omar Khayyam Casino at the Cairo Marriott and instead went over to the Islamist baccarat tables at Cairo University […]

A Second Cheer for Glenn Greenwald

Mark Steyn The Corner National Review Online 2/12/2013

Jonah writes:

Lord knows that I have deep disagreements with Glenn Greenwald (not least on his extremely low opinion of me), but in fairness you’ve got to credit him with consistency.

I’ll second that. Lord knows that I have deep disagreements with Glenn Greenwald (not least on […]

Report: Gen. Mattis Forced Out of CENTCOM for Questioning Obama’s Advisers

Awr Hawkins Breitbart.com Big Peace 21 Jan 2013

Reports indicate that Marine General James Mattis is being forced out of CENTCOM for questioning certain aspects of the Obama administration’s Middle East policy.

In particular, it appears his questions surrounding the U.S. response to Iran’s nuclear ambitions drew the ire of civilian military and security advisers.


'Zero Dark Thirty' confounding liberal film critics

Thomas Lifson American Thinker 12/16/2012

What if Hollywood made a high profile movie that carried an implicit message supporting George W. Bush’s War on Terror policies and made Barack Obama look naïve? What if the movie were made by an acclaimed director, and was really, really good?

Why, you’d have the amusing opportunity to read […]

President Chauncey Gardiner, The Press and The Collapse

Hugh Hewitt Hewitt Blog 9/13/2012

Most journalists have figured out by now that the public isn’t outraged at Mitt Romney, but that there is growing dismay with a president asleep at the switch on the anniversary of 9/11 and who marked the day the news broke of the assassination of four American diplomats with a […]

When the Zealots Are No Longer Zealous

Victor Davis Hanson National Review Online 10/11/2011

In reading about Democratic and liberal uneasiness with Obama, one theme seems constant. There is a sort of repressed anger that Obama has somehow embarrassed many of his supporters, as if their ecstasy of 2008 now seems almost adolescent.

The shaming, I think, focuses on two issues. […]