Monthly Archives: December 2011

David Brooks on The Gingrich Tragedy by Political Observer

“Of all the major Republicans, the one who comes closest to my worldview is Newt Gingrich. Despite his erratically shifting views and odd phases, he continually returns to this core political refrain: He talks about using government in energetic but … Continue reading

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Kimberly and Fredrick Kagan on Iraq by Political Cynic

Here is a recent essay by Kimberly and Fredrick Kagan in the Washington Post titled A new mirage in the Iraq desert, two prominent Neo-Conservative thinkers and policy experts, indeed, Ms. Kagan was a contracted employee of the U.S. Government … Continue reading

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Chris Grundy

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On Geoffrey Kabaservice:The William F. Buckley Jr. biography review and more by Political Observer

Here is a podcast from the FrumForum of August 13, 2009, an interview with Professor Kabaservice that is impressive in its depth of historical, political analysis,his impressive erididtion, that he displays to great effect. I just read his review in … Continue reading

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Niall Ferguson on the Decline of a Superpower by Political Cynic

If Mr. Ferguson, in his latest column for Newsweek titled The Incredible Shrinking Superpower, dated December 12, 2011, and his political allies weren’t so busy plotting a propaganda strategy for the attack on Iran, in the name of the safety … Continue reading

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Definition 2011: Anti-Semite

Any person or organization that thinks that she or he, or they, can freely disagree with the policies of the apartheid state of Israel, or their American allies, and utter those thoughts or arguments in any public forum. Now comes, … Continue reading

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