Source: The Atlantic
ASPEN, Colo.—Take a good look at the image below. That now-iconic handshake took place 20 years ago, when Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat met on the White House lawn to sign the Oslo Accords. That moment, represented the last major breakthrough in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, Martin Indyk told The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg in his first interview since stepping down last week as the Obam ...
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1 week ago, 1:37pm CDT
I’m now coming to the end of my second week in the Middle East, Israel specifically, and an eventful week it has been.
I have now seen, in broad strokes, all of Judea and Samaria, known more commonly as the West Bank, or more nefariously as the “occupied territories.” And to be honest with you, I will have to deeply ponder and consider what my eyes have seen, my ears have heard and my soul has beheld. I know two things ...
Full article at: WND
Jun 27 2014, 6:26pm CDT
Source: Asia One
GENEVA - Medical records purported to be those of Michael Schumacher have been offered for sale and officials are investigating the theft, his agent said, one week after the seven-times Formula One champion came out of a coma.The German driver, who suffered severe head injuries in a ski accident in the French Alps in December, was transferred from Grenoble in France to a Swiss medical centre on June 16."For several days stolen documents and data ha ...
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Jun 23 2014, 11:04pm CDT
Source: National Post
The vintage international lounge at the Gander airport in central Newfoundland is a time capsule where Italian marble and designer furniture still exude the faded glamour of world travel.
Nelson Mandela, one of history's most influential figures, gives us a wave at Gander back in the 90s. #nostalgic http://t.co/GjrYOxjMlQ— Gander Airport (@GanderAirport) November 08, 2013
Signatures from Gander International Airport guestbook. Margaret Thatc ...
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Jun 22 2014, 4:09pm CDT
“If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?” Pope Francis said last July in response to a question from a reporter about homosexual priests.
Unfairly, for certain, some homosexual publications and writers pronounced him “the first gay pope.” The biggest homosexual magazine in America, the Advocate, named him “person of the year.”
Clearly, Pope Francis was not “coming out” – ...
Full article at: WND
May 29 2014, 5:40pm CDT
Source: Big Government
In a European Parliament with its share of looners, fascists, anti-globalists, euro-federalists, lechers and tax cheats, José Bové, the Green party MEP, still manages to stand out as particularly flaky. Bové is the radical French sheep farmer and Roquefort cheese maker who this week said the EU should take more tax from the British and others so the eurocrats could make “investments on behalf of national governments.” The British s ...
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May 13 2014, 4:01am CDT