Posted: Mon, 12/15/2014 - 00:12 |
Joe Biden won't be riding the cherry picker to the top of the National Menorah Tuesday afternoon; instead he'll light the a symbolic shames candle from the ground while others will ride up to light the first candle of Hanukah for the 4 p.m. ceremony on the Ellipse behind he White House.
Posted: Mon, 12/08/2014 - 11:13 |
Casino billionaire and Bibi buddy Sheldon Adelson is an early winner in Prime Minister Netanyahu's decision to call a snap election.
By firing Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, Netanyahu removed an outspoken opponent of some of his pet legislative goals. She blocked legislation that he supported codifying Israel's status as the Jewish nation state, and she supported a bill he wanted defeated because it would ban the free giveaway of newspapers.
Posted: Sat, 12/06/2014 - 19:32 |
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu phoned Secretary of State John Kerry Saturday evening to ask him to intervene to release Jonathan Pollard in the wake of a fainting incident that send the convicted Israeli spy to a hospital earlier in the week.
"Jonathan is sick, his health is in danger, and after 30 years in prison it's time he is released," according to a statement from the PM's office.
Posted: Sat, 12/06/2014 - 12:10 |
The price of gasoline dipped under $2 a gallon this week in some Oklahoma filling stations and others are expected to follow.
Plunging global oil prices come at a time when the United States is poised to surpass Saudi Arabia as the world's number one oil producer. That's good news for consumers and for those who feel OPEC as exerted undue influence on American foreign policy for too long.
Posted: Mon, 12/01/2014 - 00:34 |
Tehran-based PressTV reported "Gazans angered by US plan to send smart bombs to Israel."
They're "infuriated" that the Obama administration is selling more J-DAM or Joint Direct Attack Munitions, which rely on precision guidance to hit their targets and proved so effective against Hamas and its allies in Operation Protective Edge in Gaza this summer.
Posted: Mon, 11/24/2014 - 21:09 |
If Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas mean it when they say they don’t want to see a Third Intifada, why does it look like that is exactly where they are headed?
Each leader repeatedly accuses the other of incitement, often with good cause. Their protestations of purity and innocence as the injured party would be a joke if so many people weren’t being killed and injured on both sides.