Archive for August, 2015

It depends on what the meaning of “viability” is

By on August 31, 2015 in Jon Sutz with 0 Comments
It depends on what the meaning of “viability” is

The State Dept. recently asked a U.S. judge to not force the Palestinian Authority to start paying victims of its terrorism, because it may risk its “viability” as a government. But what is its definition of “viability”?

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How you can help save terrorized Yazidi girls

By on August 12, 2015 in Jon Sutz with 0 Comments

How many times in life do you have the chance to save a terrorized, enslaved young girl? This is one. Please help a courageous businessman to liberate ISIS-enslaved Yazidi girls.

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Obama’s enemies list

By on August 8, 2015 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Obama’s enemies list

Caroline Glick, author and Middle East scholar, analyzes the calculus behind President Obama’s latest efforts to sell his deal with Iran’s mullahs, and his recent, blistering attack against those who oppose it.

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Michael Oren’s new book has done Israel and America a great service

By on August 1, 2015 in Douglas Altabef with 0 Comments
Michael Oren’s new book has done Israel and America a great service

SaveTheWest contributor Doug Altabef reviews Michael Oren’s new memoir, “Ally: My Journey Across the American-Israeli Divide,” and discusses important aspects beyond Oren’s widely-reported criticisms of President Obama.

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