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Trump’s National Security Strategy

National Security StrategyDuring his national security speech last Monday, December 18th Trump introduced his administration’s new “America First” national security strategy in a surprisingly unaccustomed calm and calculated mannerism that is uncharacteristic of him. Although it seemed that he was well coached, yet, he couldn’t escape his narcissistic tendency and kept denunciating previous administrations while praising his own.

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Trump, Jerusalem and International Law

Jerusalem and International Law It is not easy to write anything new about President Trump’s 6 December 2017 announcement that he - and supposedly the U.S. as a nation - was recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. After all, plenty of very smart and attentive people have already commented on this decision. I particularly like those who pointed out that Trump's move replicated that of Arthur Balfour.

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US Conservatism Metamorphosing Into Shameful Schism

ConservatismFor some of us who had an upbringing in traditional, conservative homes, and who first registered to vote as members of the Republican Party, conservatism is a sad memory of old: arcane economic-sociopolitical liturgy, just like that of the Latin Mass.

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Al-Quds; whose Capital?

QudsOn December 6th in front of a Christmas tree American president Trump gave Israeli Zionist Jews; anti-Christians, who still brag about murdering Jesus and routinely insult every Christian priest in Jerusalem, an early Christmas present when he officially recognized Al-Quds (Jerusalem) as the capital of Israel and declared his intention to move the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

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Jerusalem Is (Is Not) the Capital of Israel

JerusalemThose who speak on behalf of Israel like to defend Donald Trump’s provocative decision of December 6th to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel with this contention: “Israel is the only state in the world that is not allowed to locate its capital in a national city of its choice.” It seems like an innocent enough proclamation, and even accurate pushback against global double standards, until one considers the political, moral, and legal dimensions of the actual situation.

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Reality Remake

Among the more egregious movem...

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Al-Quds is not Jerusalem

The Zionist Israeli state call...

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America’s Moral Angst

For all those who in 2016 clos...

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The Republican Party Falls Apart, the Democrats Get Stuck

The Republican Party has been ...

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International Quds Day

Friday June 8th the last Frida...

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Gaza Holocaust

“Never again” was the cry afte...

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