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To be able to win with so many strikes against her, Clinton's people felt she had to go up against a rival who would make a fool of himself and become the brunt of a million jokes.
Leaked files show how George Soros is going after Israel through Israeli-Arabs.
A discussion on why objectivity should be an important component of your investment strategy and the five emotional triggers that cause the most damage,
Why is it sometimes good to take Social Security early? Why it is usually better to wait?
An interview with Andrew R. Wilson, Professor of Strategy and Policy at the United States Naval War College.
In the face of seemingly irrational threats from North Korea, at least one American conclusion should be obvious and prompt: Nuclear strategy is a "game" that sane world leaders must play, whether they like it, or not. President Obama can choose to play this complex game purposefully or inattentively. But, one way or another, he will have to play.
One must presume that President Obama’s most recent calls for Israeli cooperation in the Middle East peace process are balanced, fair, and well-intentioned. Why not? At the same time, unsurprisingly, these all-too-familiar calls are manifestly thin, in the sense that they lack any genuine intellectual content.
With Israel's military is at its strongest, the country is capable of dealing with its highly chaotic and dangerous environment.
Israel must continue to base its policies toward both Iran and 'Palestine' upon an utterly candid and unvarnished awareness of threats to Jewish life.
The biggest losers, without a doubt, are the Haredi parties, Shas and United Torah Judaism.
The current voluntary, but not inevitable, decline of the United States places many US allies at risk.
In an interview with PBS NewsHour's Ray Suarez, Israel Ambassador to the United States Michael Oren explained the explosion of images circulating around the world, allegedly showing dead Gazan children "targeted" by Israeli air strikes.
With President Barack Obama reelected there is every reason to believe that he will continue the tax, regulatory, and economic policies of his first term. That means the U.S. economy is unlikely to improve quickly, steadily, or even at all during the next four years. The problem is not just Obama’s own strategy on these issues but also the lack of business confidence in his plans.
Originally published at Rubin Reports. General David Petraeus was the hero of the victorious surge strategy in Iraq. But he also has the distinction of...