Posts Tagged ‘ World Affairs Journal ’

Abajo Fidel!

Abajo Fidel!

Fidel Castro, like his psychopathic patsy Ernesto Guevara Lynch, was a man who relished terrorizing civilians-in Cuba, the United States, throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, and even in Sub-Saharan Africa-even if it meant the immolation of millions in a nuclear holocaust. Unlike Che-who in addition to being a sadist and mass murderer was...
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Election 2016: Fault Lines

Election 2016: Fault Lines

While I’ve had to delay this post for obvious reasons, here are some of my thoughts on Donald Trump’s national security speech delivered in New Hampshire this past week. Although I’ve criticized Donald Trump’s deficiencies, re: prepared speeches, in the past, even while acknowledging the rhetorical brilliance of his extemporaneous remarks and verbal ripostes, I don’t think...
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Inherit The Wind (Rally for Free Speech This Tuesday)

Inherit The Wind (Rally for Free Speech This Tuesday)

Prosecutors in Tennessee are once again in the news.  Unlike the Scopes Monkey Trial, however, in this case they’re seeking to impose real penalties for uttering blasphemous thoughts. Even as the perpetrators and organizers of the Benghazi attack remain free, the first man in American history to be jailed for blaspheming the man Muslims...
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May Day 2012 (Marxists, Communists, Librarians)

May Day 2012 (Marxists, Communists, Librarians)

One of the hallmarks of demonstrations organized by the left-as anyone who lives in this city can attest-is a consistently muddled message-or assemblage of messages-which often has little bearing on the theme ostensibly animating the protest movement in question. I’m not sure if the occupiers displaying the words of anti-USSR, Marxist Polish philosopher-turned anti-Marxist...
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