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On July 5, 2019, Ken sent this letter to the Wall St. Journal, criticizing President Trump's "Peace To Prosperity Plan" for the Middle East. It was not published, so we share it here.
This week, Ken and STW editor-videographer Jon Sutz examine America's situation regarding Iran, and make nine recommendations for how to protect ourselves from this #1 global sponsor of terrorism.
This week, Ken examines the sad state of America's Sunday morning public affairs TV shows and their focus on gossip and sensationalism, rather than substantive issues facing the American people.
This week, Ken discusses how Iran has been engaging in escalating provocations against the U.S. government, and suggests a six-point plan that the Trump administration should employ in response.
This week, Ken identifies and examines four false yet widely-accepted narratives that prevent Americans and our leaders from addressing vital issues that affect our future national and economic security.
In this letter, Ken responds to a Wall St. Journal story about the U.S. government declaring Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) a terrorist organization, and suggests further steps to address this threat.
STW sent letters to the heads of the five "news" organizations profiled in our recent special investigative report by editor Jon Sutz: "The U.S. 'news' media depicts an American terrorist and her son as 'Madonna & Child'"
This week, Ken suggests ten steps President Trump can take to help further protect America and the free world from Iranian-sponsored terrorism and cultural subversion.
The flow of refugees & migrants from fundamentalist Muslim countries attempting to enter W. Europe presents the continent with a variety of serious challenges, which, thanks to "political correctness," have become almost impossible to discuss in a civil, public way. These two important items break that silence.
This week, Ken Abramowitz examines the recent tragedies in Christchurch, New Zealand, in Nigeria, and in Israel, and identifies some similarities and differences among them, and the primary threats facing free people throughout the world.