Iranian Ship Attacked in the Red Sea

The Jerusalem Post and other outlets are reporting that an Iranian ship was struck by mines off the coast of Eritrea, which lies just across the Red Sea from the southern part of Saudi Arabia. (Israel's southern-most city, Eilat, sits at the northern-most point of the Red Sea.) The attack happened early this morning and …

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What’s the Significance of Iran and China’s New $400 Billion Deal?

As you may or may not have heard, Iran and China reached a $400 billion agreement last week, which not only provides Iran with cash to resume nefarious nuclear production, but also solidly puts the two in bed together to form a large force against the west and its' Middle East allies. In essence, China …

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GA Voting Reform: Cutting through the Lies

Unless you are totally news-free, you have likely heard about the upheaval in Georgia following passage of much needed election reform law. The liberal left has packed media outlets with lies, and Major League Baseball has pulled the All-Star Game from Atlanta, citing "discrimination" in the new law. Well, let's cut through the lies and …

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