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(Part One) “If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory is sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have … Continue reading
Last September 11, 2012, al-Qaeda affiliated jihadists attacked our consulate in Benghazi, killing our ambassador and three others who disobeyed orders to stand down and died trying to defend him and his staff. Yet on the night of the attack, … Continue reading
Crowd of Tunisians hold vigil and protest in the name of Mohamed Bouazizi. Picture Source: http://goo.gl/xLVTtS Mohamed Bouazizi was a twenty-six-year-old fruit vendor in a rural village of central Don’t forget to follow D.C. Clothesline on Facebook and Twitter. Click … Continue reading
(Part Two) Tamarod petition calling for Morsi’s resignation. Photo Source: http://goo.gl/FSMVaJ On June 30,2012 Muhammad Morsi became the first freely elected leader in Egypt’s six-thousand year history. Nine months later, a circle of five Egyptian friends began Don’t forget to … Continue reading
By the spring of 47 BC, Cleopatra’s rivals to the Egyptian throne, her brothers, Ptolemy XIII, Pothimus, and Achillas were all dead. Roman legions commanded by the Emperor, Julius Caesar, successfully intervened in the civil war occasioned by Cleopatra’s father’s … Continue reading
To say that President Obama has squandered the painful gains America won over the last decade in two, bloody Middle Eastern wars is something like saying Jimmy Carter was not quite as a good a president as George Washington or … Continue reading
Take not the unbelievers for friends.. If any do that, in nothing will there be help from Allah. (The Qur’an, surah 3, verse 28) In my new book, Lessons from Fallen Civilizations – Can a Bankrupt America Survive the Current Islamic … Continue reading
On August 11, 106 AD, the Roman legions under the Emperor Trajan (98-117 AD), conquered the Kingdom of Dacia, located on the eastern side of the Danube in what is today, Romania. The Romans besieged the capital and destroyed it. … Continue reading
In my book, Lessons from Fallen Civilizations, I write: By 1500, the Sunni branch of Islam, administered by the Ottomans, ruled lands from Syria and Iraq, across the Maghreb to the Atlantic. And on the European mainland, it ruled all of … Continue reading
The Spanish Reconquista In AD 732, exactly one hundred years after Muhammad’s death, Charlemagne’s Grandfather, the Frankish warlord, Charles Martel, stopped the northwestern advance of Islam in the French countryside at a battle fought near the small city of Poitiers. In … Continue reading
What Difference Does it Make? Perhaps Hillary Clinton’s now famous outburst, made during her testimony before congress, will do more to end her political career than all her lies and blunders as our Secretary of State combined. One can only … Continue reading