Monthly Archives: February 2011

America cannot continue funding Israel and survive

Now more than ever, the U.S. needs to devote all of its capabilities to counter Russian, Chinese and other long-term threats to its security.

Spending billions of dollars a year on Israel’s military and economy, plus the ‘wars’ in Iraq and Afghanistan, drains America’s strength and greatly diminishes its capability to effectively counter these threats.

The time to end this one-sided, parasitic arrangement is now.

Jeff Goodall

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The Avro Arrow: Canada’s magnificent achievement

At about the same time the Avro Arrow was abandoned, the British were in the process of watching parts of their own armaments industry go under largely due to American manufacturers undercutting their prices, quite possibly with U.S government help. Missile production was a particular target.

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Free speech victory just the beginning!

The Jaworski family, which has held the Liberty Summer Seminar on their land in Orono, Ontario for the last ten years, has been cleared of accusations that the get-together was an “improper use” of the property.

Clarington Township has dropped the charges laid by its by-law officers, perhaps fearing a defeat in the courts in addition to already widespread public disapproval of its actions in this matter.

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Egypt’s Identity Crisis

Middle East Forum

Raymond Ibrahim: February 14th, 2011 

With Egypt’s “July Revolution” of 1952, for the first time in millennia, Egyptians were able to boast that a native-born Egyptian, Gamal Abdel Nasser, would govern their nation: Ever since the overthrow of its last native pharaoh nearly 2,500 years ago, Egypt had been ruled by a host of foreign invaders—Persians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Turks, and Brits, to name a few. After 1952, however, Egypt, it was believed, would finally be Egyptian.

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