The Anne Frank Diary Fraud

Not only is the “Anne Frank” diary now considered to be a fake, writes Brian Harring, the real Anne Frank’s father may have even colaborated with the Nazis

Dumb, Dumber And Dumbest

That’s the position of most urban liberals on gun ownership, according Charley Reese some years ago. A point that still holds true

Middle East Pop Quiz

Charley Reese poses some interesting questions with surprising answers

Bush and McCain’s Iran Insanity

Iran fought a long, grueling war with Iraq, and I think what they want more than anything else is a little peace and prosperity. But I think they are worried about Bush, McCain and Israel, and I don’t blame them

Who Cares?

Whoever wins the nominations and regardless of who ends up in the White House, we will be saddled with same failed policies

Cracks in Zionism

Why accusations of “Anti-Semitism” against those who criticise Israel and its policies sound increasingly hollow

Israelis at Abu Ghraib?

Israelis at Abu Ghraib?

Did the Israelis actually have a role in “teaching” naive and easily-manipulated young American soldiers to forego all sense of decency?

The Geriatric Squad

The real goal of the Iraq invasion has already been accomplished, writes Charley Reese. The actual objective was probably to half-destroy the country and create chaos: thus preparing the way for a new order in the Middle East to emerge out of that chaos

What Bush Is Up To

The Bush administration has three goals in the Middle East. Firstly, to replace the present Syrian government with one more pliable to Israeli interests. Secondly, to build 4 permanent military bases in Iraq. Third, to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions

Pluses but Mostly Minuses

With President Bush trying to persuade America that the war in Iraq is being won, it’s a good idea to go back to the basics and look at the pluses and minuses of this war

Gaza Evacuation Should Be Americans’ Last Straw

As I watched the extensive, plainly sympathetic coverage of Jewish settlers being evicted from their Gaza homes, I couldn’t help but take note once again of the striking double standard applied by American news media as well as the U.S. government

A Childish Theory

Like the Vietcong before them, Iraqi insurgents know that even if they don’t win any conventional battles, in the long run they will still be there when US occupation forces are long gone

We Are The Problem

George Bush is a master of deceit, or at least self-deceit, writes Charley Reese. As he sees a warlord-ruled, heroin-supplying Afghanistan as a triumph of democracy even though the president is holed up in a fortified palace surrounded by foriegn guards

A War We Can’t Win

Regarding the situation currently unfolding in Iraq, Charley Reese writes: It would profit us to think about how the Vietnamese communists managed to win the war while losing every battle

No Palestinian State, No Peace for America

It is time for Americans to recognize that Israel’s interests are in direct conflict with America’s interests, writes Charley Reese

AIPAC’s Power, or America’s Cowardice?

American politicians and much of the media seem to be terrified by the Israeli lobby, which says more about their cowardice than it does about the power of the lobby itself

Inept President, Craven Congress

If you want to win in the ‘War Against Terror’, you not only have to kill the terrorists, you have to have to correct the situation that made them resort to terror in the first place, writes Charley Reese

Kipling’s Back

Charley Reese on why a Victorian writer who once extolled the virtues of Empire, is more pertinent now than ever before

Islamic Democrats

In Afghanistan, the Taliban came to power as reformers, driving out the warlords, who were corrupt and brutal. We, of course, have brought the warlords back to power, and Afghanistan is now once again one of the world’s greatest sources for opium

The Principles of Control

The difference between true education and vocational training has been cleverly blurred. Here are a few tips on how smart people can control other people. If any of this rings a bell – Well, then wake up! The first principle of people control is not to let them know you are controlling them. If people […]