Supplying Uranium to Russian “Allies”: From FDR to The Clintons

Building upon Peter Schweizer’s research from his forthcoming book Clinton Cash, with their own investigations, Thursday, April 23, 2015, New York Times reporters Jo Becker and Mike McIntire published a bombshell exposé, “Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium … Continue reading

From the Armenian Jihad Genocide, to The Holocaust, and Islamophile Adolph Hitler’s Jihad Against The Jews

The German officers would often speak of us as Christian Jews and as blood sucking usurers of the Turkish people. What a falsification of the wretched realities prevailing in Asia Minor, and what a reversal of roles! Yes indeed, there … Continue reading

“Lessons from the Armenian Genocide”: My 4/24/15 Interview With Frank Gaffney

The mp3 file version of the interview is here. I was interviewed by national security analyst par excellence, Frank Gaffney, on the “Lessons From the Armenian Genocide” yesterday, April 24, 2015, the 100th commemoration date of this Jihad Genocide. The … Continue reading

Discussion With Sam Sorbo of the Jihad Genocide of the Armenians on Its 100th Commemoration

Today, April 24, 2015 marks the solemn 100th anniversary of the jihad genocide of the Armenians by the Ottoman Muslim Turks, during World War I. Detailed background for my discussion of the Armenian Jihad Genocide with Sam Sorbo, earlier today … Continue reading

Jihad, Still: “100 Years On, Armenians in the Middle East Are Still On the Run”

From this April 21, 2015, report, “100 Years On, Armenians in the Middle East Are Still On the Run”: As Armenians this week mark 100 years since the massacres that killed more than one million people, the fear and persecution … Continue reading

Discussion: Corker Bill on Iran Nuke Deal Abdicates Congressional Responsibility, Capitulates to “Warmongering” Calumny

Yesterday (Thursday 4/16/15) I discussed my Wednesday 4/15 blog on the Corker “compromise”—in reality a full capitulation to the Obama Administration’s dangerous Iran negotiations—with Steve Malzberg. The interview is embedded, below. Having actually read the bill, its central point of … Continue reading