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2017
Articles at the Writer’s Journal Kingscalendar

The 1967 Six Day War mega-bonus to the USA
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
May 26, 2017

Furthermore, a September 1970 Syrian invasion of Jordan – during the September 1970 civil war between Jordan’s King Hussein and the Palestinians – was withdrawn after three days due to the US mobilization in the Mediterranean, the effective Jordanian military performance, and the deterring deployment of Israeli troops to the joint Israel-Syria-Jordan border, as well as Israel’s readiness to activate its air force (at the request of the US and Jordan).

U.S. intelligence reports warn of cyber “Cold War”
by Jim Kouri
May 26, 2017

The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate should pass legislation to increase cyber security — in both public and private sectors — since the country is involved in a “type of cyber Cold War,” former U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said during a congressional presentation. It’s the classified military and intelligence networks that keep us safe, and the World Wide Web that has made us more interconnected than at any time in human history. We must secure our cyberspace to ensure that we can continue to grow the nation’s economy and protect our way of life, stated officials with the National Security Council

The Shamrak Report May 24, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
May 24, 2017

It is not better than physical one committed by Inquisition and Nazis! In the beginning Martin Luther was nice to Jews, but 20 years later, when they did not convert, he said burn their synagogue and kill Jews. In a way, any messianic work outside of your own culture is a sign of aggression, superiority or at least disrespect. By doing so one says “I am better than you, join me or burn in hell”! Flash news – Jews do not believe in hell.

Secretary Tillerson’s political correctness
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
May 21, 2017

The interview may have sent a message of US procrastination on the relocation of the US Embassy to Jerusalem, the ancient core of Judaism and Jewish history, which inspired the early US Pilgrims and Founding Fathers. Procrastination would be interpreted by Arabs as US retreat in the face of Arab pressure and threats, eroding the US posture of deterrence, triggering further pressure and emboldening anti-US Islamic terrorism.

Planning for the morning after
by Sam Solomon
May 21, 2017

The US president is a man of many talents, and he might believe that his lack of in-depth knowledge of the history and the fault lines of the standoff between us and the Palestinians is actually one of them. He is not burdened with the details of the past, but looking at a blank canvas, on which he believes he can paint the picture of a viable peace deal.

Netanyahu says Lauder peace push is his biggest challenge
by Isi Leibler
May 21, 2017

I warned Lauder repeatedly that he was being conned by the duplicitous Abbas who is an inveterate antisemite but speaks with a forked tongue, portraying himself as a man of peace and moderation to the outside world while continuing to encourage religious hatred and antisemitism among his own people.

The Shamrak Report May 16, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
May 17, 2017

An Arab hospital in Jerusalem has been forced to stop receiving patients after the Palestinian Authority failed to pay tens of millions of shekels it needs to purchase new medicine. The PA continues to pay an estimated $10 million each month to terrorists in Israeli prisons and a further $15 million a month to the families of terrorists who have carried out attacks against Israelis.

Paris Agreement Deep-Six This Deal
By Ed Feulner
May 17, 2017

To call this a flawed deal is the understatement of the year. It’s all pain, no gain. No wonder President Obama didn’t submit the deal to the Senate for approval (as he should have). He must have known lawmakers would reject it.

Can We Take Back Our Election Process and Make the Parties Listen to Us
By Tom DeWeese
May 17, 2017

Is it any wonder that there are millions of Americans who don’t vote or participate in our nation’s debate because they think it doesn’t matter anyway? The “average voter” increasingly feels that the decisions have been made for them. Those who hold conservative points of view that our nation should live within the Constitution now believe socialism is inevitable, so why bother going to the polls.

Imagine a world without dogs
by Jim Fabiano
May 15, 2017

Dogs carry disease and ticks that carry disease. I am now reading articles that a new tick has evolved that can carry a disease we have yet to figure out how to cure. At the end of every day I find myself checking out my body in order to find a tick that was delivered by a dog I do not own. Dog owners argue that a dog is a wonderful companion. I am told they talk to their dogs and they get the feeling the dog understands what they say and even soothe emotions and feelings. I tell these people to buy a plant.

Stop Limiting Americans’ Higher-Ed Choice
by Ed Feulner
May 11, 2017

Heavy regulations on higher education is bad policy in general, but no one should be singled out. Regulations should at least be sector-neutral in their application. Regulations place an undue burden on for-profit institutions that limit their ability to grow and improve.

The Shamrak Report May 9, 2017
Steven Shamrak
May 11, 2017

One day after the UN’s cultural agency, UNESCO, passed a resolution disputing Israel’s claim to Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would cut another $1 million from its payments to the UN, bringing the total cuts since December 2016 to $9 million. From now Israel will pay $2.7m only out of a required $11.7m.

Reducing the Regulatory Burden
by Ed Feulner
May 7, 2017

Regulations on coal mining. These Obama-era rules, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said, “threatened to put domestic extraction companies and their employees at an unfair disadvantage.” Repeal, he added, could save U.S. businesses as much as $600 million annually.

Israel’s economy surges against all odds
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
May 5, 2017

155 Israeli hightech companies raised $1bn during the first quarter of 2017, compared to $1bn during the 4th quarter of 2016, $933mn – 3rd quarter, $1.7bn – 2nd quarter and $1.1bn – 1st quarter of 2016 (Globes, April 29). For example, China’s BOE invested $50mn in Israel’s medical equipment startup, CNoga (Globes, March 6); the Dallas-based LS Health Science Partners invested $30mn in Israel orthopedic equipment Active Implants, in addition to $10mn invested by the Dallas-based View Capital and the Memphis-based River Street Management (Globes March 14);

The Shamrak Report May 2, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
April 5, 2017

The Gaza power plant cannot afford to pay the heavy tax the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority in the West Bank has imposed on the fuel. Hamas spends millions on weapons/rockets and digging terror tunnels, but does not care about providing clean drinking water and working hospitals! Fatah and Hamas are playing a political game, disregarding the welfare of the people they represent, but Israel will be blamed!

Raising the level from survival to Destiny
by Yehudit Katsover and Nadia Matar
May 5, 2017

The exodus from slavery to freedom via Mount Sinai, where we received the ethical code according to which we must act in the Land of Israel, to the destiny of bringing divine morality to the entire world, is exciting and heavy; it is laden with responsibility, but also a great challenge. These lines are written between the blasts of the sirens of Holocaust Memorial Day and Yom Hazikaron for the soldiers, by members of the second generation of Holocaust survivors.

Never again in exile
by Dror Eydar
May 5, 2017

“The lesson is that we must be able to defend ourselves by ourselves, in the face of any threat and against any enemy,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, and that is very true. But it’s not enough. The other lesson of the Holocaust, which burns as brightly as the eternal flame, is the great call that should be heard ringing across the nation: Jews, come home.

What a blue leftist progressive sees when observing a red alt-right conservative
by Jim Fabiano
May 2, 2017

Our nation is obviously split apart into two political camps. We’ve been suffering through this reality for too many years. On the left are people fighting for a large government that will take care of its people. On the right are people fighting for a smaller government whose primary task is “America First”. This is obviously simplistic but it is the basis of everything that is wrong with our nation.

Convergence of US-Israel national security interests
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
April 30, 2017

Unlike the simplistic view of the Middle East, Arab policy-makers are well aware of their priorities, especially when the radical Islamic machete is at their throats. They are consumed by internal and external intra-Muslim, intra-Arab violence, which have bled and dominated the Arab agenda, prior to – and irrespective of – the Palestinian issue

The Life and Chronology of the Israelite Patriarch Joseph
by R.P. BenDedek
April 28, 2017

So there you have it. The Patriarch Joseph was born in 1683BC. He was set over the Kingdom of Egypt in 1656BC. The Israelite Sojourn in Egypt commenced in 1648BC. Joseph died in 1582BC. The Hyksos were expelled in 1554BC. Moses was born in 1523BC.The Exodus commenced in 1449BC. The Israelites entered Caanan in 1412BC and 480 years later in the 4th year of Solomon the first temple commenced construction in 970 BC.

The Shamrak Report April 25, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
April 27, 2017

In video broadcast by Egyptian opposition TV, men in uniform interrogate suspects, then shoot them dead at point-blank range. Uniformed soldiers can be seen pulling two detainees out of military vehicles, briefly questioning them, and then shooting them. Several other dead bodies can be seen in the area where the two are shot. (No international ‘outrage’! No investigation and no conviction. Who cares – it is not done by Jews!)

Israel – US Relations: a mutually beneficial bilateral bond
By Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
April 25, 2017

The Jewish community in the US has provided a robust tailwind to the deeply-rooted affinity (since the 1620 “Mayflower”), by the American people, toward the Jewish state. Congressional legislation, enhancing US-Israel cooperation have been introduced, almost exclusively, by Christian legislators.

Kebek, an on-going problem
by Kenneth Tellis
April 25, 2017

The main source of the Franco-Amerindian (Kebekois) people hatred was one Abbe (Canon) Lionel-Adolphe Groulx the apostle of hatred and vituperation who used every opportunity to revile anything done by members of the English-speaking community. Groulx even went to the point of writing a book in which he openly declared that a marriage between a Joual-speaking (French patois) Kebekois and an English-speaking person was null and void.

The Once Great but now Rogue State of America
by R.P. BenDedek / J.J. Walsh & U. M. Owen
April 22, 2017

I am going to make some statements about the USA as might be found in the newspaper of a mythical communist country called, ‘The Democratic Marxist Republic of Californication.’ In doing so, I am going to be making statements that a casual world news observer or internet savvy foreigner might actually consider to be factual based on extensive exposure to western media.

The terror of an American Policy based on Orwell’s “1984”
by Jim Fabiano
April 22, 2017

I first read George Orwell’s ”1984” when I was at school in the late 1960’s. I enjoyed it because it was an easy read whose premise was fiction. I knew we lived in the land of the free and even though we were involved in what I thought was an illegal war we were still allowed to protest it. I also thought “1984” had more to do with east block communist countries or banana republics that were destined to fail because democracy was the bridge to freedom and equality. I liked my world back then and was looking forward to an even better one.

Learning HOW to read : Media Triggers
by R.P. BenDedek
April 20, 2017

Disciplining yourself to pay attention to the actual words used and the actual meaning of the sentence is very important, especially so since so much of what purports to be news is little more than the writer’s opinion about the facts of the news. Unfortunately, people easily succumb to emotive language such as ‘Donald Trump demonstrates his stupidity again!’ Such a headline is designed to reinforce in the minds of those who don’t like Trump, that he is an idiot. Another thing of which to be careful when reading is the inclination to ‘interpret’ what we read within the context of our religious, cultural and political worldviews.

We Love to Hate our Presidents
by Joh J. Walsh
April 20, 2017

It is a fact it is for sure, that no matter who is president, one half of the country speaks nothin but bad of him; while the other half thinks that the sun shines out his ass, while the other half pontificates on Presidential suitability without ever having voted at all.

The Most Taxing Time of the Year
by Ed Feulner
April 20, 2017

Tax reform should strive to make that cost explicit to taxpayers. Once taxpayers know how much of their hard-earned income goes to the federal government, they will be more willing to reduce the size of government since they will better understand how it negatively affects them.”

The Shamrak Report April 18, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
April 19, 2017

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel remained committed to treating war wounded from Syria. Israel has treated more than 3,000 war wounded from Syria in what it describes as a humanitarian gesture. In defiance of the United States, which is demanding that the Palestinian Authority completely stop financial rewards to families of terrorist “Martyrs” (Shahids), the PA is now raising the payments to the “Martyrs’” families.

The perplexing Middle East labyrinth vs. Western policy (VIDEO)
by Ambassador (Ret) Yoram Ettinger
APril 15, 2017

Egyptian-born Prof. P. J. Vatikiotis, from the London University School of Oriental and African Studies, an icon of Middle East history, wrote in Arab and Regional Politics in the Middle East (Croom and Helm, 1984): “The use of terrorism by [Arab] rulers…has been for domestic, regional and international political purposes…. There is an unbridgeable gap between them and all other social and political arrangements… The dichotomy between the Islamic and all other systems of earthly government and order is clear, sharp and permanent; it is also hostile.”

Big Government: No Friend of the Poor
by Ed Feulner
April 15, 2017

It’s broken down by income quintiles, and guess what? Government data show incontrovertibly that it is the poor who pay the biggest percentage of their income for things such as housing, food, clothing, electricity and gasoline. So when regulations and other government policies jack up the cost of these items, the poor are the ones hit the hardest. Not those of us who are fortunate enough to have done better and moved up the income ladder.

The Shamrak Report April 13, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
April 15, 2017

Israel unveiled the latest addition to its multilevel missile defense system with David’s Sling. The two-stage radar and electro-optic guided system’s range is three times that of Iron Dome. The system is designed to shoot down incoming rockets with ranges of 25 to 190 miles (40-300 kilometers), targeting mostly the missiles that were fired by the Lebanese Hezbollah organization toward Israel in recent years.

The Oral/Verbal Presentation of a Speech – English as a Second Language
by R.P. BenDedek
April 12, 2017

When you stand to speak you are doing more than reciting words. You are in fact engaged in communicating with an audience your opinions, ideas, feelings, passions and/or knowledge on a subject. They expect you to express yourself with feeling and passion and to actually know what you are talking about. Therefore it is essential that you KNOW what you are talking about – and – show the appropriate body language, gestures, actions and emotions associated with your topic.

There is a difference between patriotism and nationalism
by Jim Fabiano
April 8, 2017

Before the Patriot Act probable cause was needed for search warrants and a suspect had to be notified. Today, secret searches are permissible without notice, the federal authorities have more power to track Internet activity and phone calls, and grand-jury testimony may be shared with federal agencies.

Passover Guide for the Perplexed, 2017
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
April 8, 2017

Passover is the oldest Jewish national liberation holiday, highlighting the mutually-inclusive aspects of Judaism: religion, nationality, culture/morality, language and history. Passover highlights individual and national liberty and optimism, which have played a critical role in preserving Judaism, Jews and the yearning to reconstruct the Jewish Homeland, in defiance of the 40 years in the desert and the 2,500 year of exile, destruction, pogroms, the Holocaust, boycotts, wars, terrorism and anti-Semitism.

Book One Photographs : Villages in Central China
by R.P. BenDedek
April 7, 2017

The kids used to turn up repeatedly throughout the day just to look at the foreigner, touch him, feel the hair on his (the monkey’s) arms and generally just gawk. China has changed a lot over the years but there have been times when a foreigner in a small town or village would attract huge crowds. Sometimes people would be known to suddenly come upon you, look up at your face and just plain scream! I’m not joking!

The future of education should evolve back into our past
by Jim Fabiano
April 7, 2017

The moral of the story, of course, is that Miss Solomon turned out to be one of the best teachers I ever had. She taught me to love books and she taught me to love good writing. She taught me the importance of good grammar and sentence structure. She showed me how the written word carried within it the magical ability to become power.

The Irony in Democracy
by John J. Wals
April 5, 2017

Many there are who delight in bringin shame to their country and heritage, and all in the name of some blessed cause or other, but when there be no difference at all between their words and behavior and those of our worst enemies, how be it that such folk can think of themselves as ‘decent, patriotic or right-minded’?

Getting Government Under Control
by Ed Feulner
April 5, 2017

Article 1, Section 8 lays out the specific powers vested in Congress. Self-reliance characterized the first settlers in this country, and the U.S. Constitution exemplified that spirit by creating a federal government of separate and limited powers — one strong enough to represent a new nation to the world, but weak enough to allow states and individuals to thrive.

The Shamrak Report April 4, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
April 4, 2017

The Jews had no choice but to agree and the Palestine Mandate was signed in 1922. This territory amounted to 78% of what was promised to the Jews and it ultimately became Jordan. The deletion of the east bank became permanent contrary to Article 5 which prohibited any removal of land from the Mandate

Israel’s silenced majority
by Caroline Glick
April 4, 2017

This conviction is revealed by the fact that 76% of Israeli Jews want Israel to permanently retain sole responsibility for security in all of Judea and Samaria. Eighty-eight percent say that Israel must permanently control the territory bordering Ben-Gurion Airport. Eighty-one percent insist that Israel must permanently control the land that bordering the Tel-Aviv-Jerusalem highway Route 443.

Why Is J Street Calling Israel an ‘Occupier’?
by Alan CLemmons
April 4, 2017

“Occupier” is a legal term that does not apply to Israel. Israel’s legal title and rights to its present territory were established in the San Remo resolution, an agreement adopted by victorious Allied Powers after World War I, confirmed by the League of Nations, and incorporated into the U.N. charter. None of the Jewish people’s rights to live, emigrate to and settle the land of Israel have ever been revoked, nullified or superseded by a subsequent act of international law.

Connecting the Middle East Dots (Text and Video)
by Ambassador (Ret) Yoram Ettinger
April 1, 2017

The increasingly boiling Arab Street accentuates Israel’s unique role as the only stable, reliable, effective, democratic and unconditional national-security-producing-ally of the US, whose posture of deterrence – in the face of Islamic terrorism and Iran – is a life insurance policy for pro-US Arab regimes in the Middle East.

On Islamic Violence
by R.P. BenDedek / Bilal Racheha
March 31, 2017

The Cure for the Cure Fixing Health Care Properly
by Ed Feulner
March 30, 2017

The Shamrak Report March 28, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
March 30, 2017

Living in a fool’s paradise
by John J. Walsh
March 28, 2017

The Religious Zionist whipping boy
by Menahem Rahat
MArch 28, 2017

Two-State Concept is Path to War!
by Steven Shamrak
March 28, 2017

Is the Palestinian issue a core cause of Mideast turbulence? (VIDEO)
by Ambassador (Ret) Yoram Ettinger
March 25, 2017

Muslim Human Rights activist invites you to talk about Radical Islam VIDEO
by R.P. BenDedek
March 24, 2017

How President Trump plans to Destroy the USA
by R.P. BenDedek
March 23, 2017

SDI at 34 Building on Reagan’s Vision
by Ed Feulner
March 23, 2017

The Shamrak Report March 21, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
March 21, 2017

Giving the Finger to Islam : To hell with Multiculturalism’s 2017 Post Script
by R.P. BenDedek
March 19, 2017

The State Department – a systematic blunderer (VIDEO)
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
March 19, 2017

Obama’s last ditch regulations that devastate
by John Anthony
March 17, 2017

Giving advice is something one has to earn.
by Jim Fabiano
March 17,2017

The Shamrak Report March 14, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
March 15, 2017

(Dis)United We Stumble
By Ed Feulner
March 14 2017

Xitang Water Town in Zhejiang Province China (with Video)
by R.P.BenDedek
March 14, 2017

Censorship should be a four-letter word
By Jim Fabiano
March 12, 2017

Purim Guide for the Perplexed 2017
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
March 10th, 2017

The Liberal, PC, Racist and Multicultural Lie!
by R.P. BenDedek
March 8, 2017

The Shamrak Report March 7, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
March 8, 2017

Ambassador Ettinger’s Six Minute Video Series on the US-Israel Ties
by R.P. BenDedek
March 6, 2017

Women in Green: Minister Lieberman is Mistaken and Misleading!
by Yehudit Katsover and Nadia Matar
Marchc 6, 2017

Hideous Political Correctness
by Steven Shamrak
March 6, 2017

Media Attack Trump’s Terrorism Expert Dr. Sebastian Gorka
by Jim Kouri
March 3, 2017

Flawed Nature of US Security Guarantees And Constitutional Limits
by Ambassador (Ret) Yoram Ettinger
March 3, 2017

HUD’s poor need paths to wealth, not vouchers to affluent zip codes
by John Anthony
March 2, 2017

Book One : Photographs from Tanggu Tianjin China
by R.P. BenDedek
March 1, 2017

Inaccurate Information About Migrant Crime Wave in Sweden
by M.M. Justine
March 1, 2017

Civil Forfeiture Turns Cops Into Criminals
by Ed Feulner
March 1, 2017

Imagine a world without borders but plenty of checkout separator bars
by Jim Fabiano
March 1, 2017

The Shamrak Report Feb 28, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
March 1, 2017
The Misuse of the word Apartheid
by R.P. BenDedek
Feb 26, 2017

One Man’s Heritage! The Struggle to Survive.
by R.P. BenDedek
Feb 24, 2017

Israel’s economic surge in defiance of adversity
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Feb 24, 2017

HUD needs faith-based initiatives to shrink poverty
by John Anthony
Feb 24, 2017

U.S. Economic Freedom Hits New Low
By Ed Feulner
Feb 22, 2017

The Shamrak Report Feb 21, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
Feb 22, 2017

Israel beware of US and international guarantees
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Feb 19, 2017

Being Aware of Religious Persecution – (VIDEO)
by R.P. BenDedek
Feb 17, 2017

This happens if Trump fails to rein in HUD
by John Anthony
Feb 17, 2017

A Palestinian state: is it good/bad for the USA?
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
Feb 17, 2017

Purging the Marriage Penalty
by Ed Feulner
Feb 15, 2017

Can Israel rely on foreign peacekeepers and security guarantees?
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Feb 12, 2017

Stop AFFH: Get S.103 to Trump’s Desk
by Tom DeWeese
Feb, 11. 2017

The Anchor of Over-Regulation
by Ed Feulner
Feb 9, 2017

All Roads Lead to (Israeli) Sovereignty
by Shimon Cohen
Feb 9, 20017

The Shamrak Report Feb 7, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
Feb 9, 2017

Is anyone sick and tired of being afraid?
by Jim Fabiano
Feb 6, 2017

Welcoming Jihad or Being Free (VIDEO)
by R.P. BenDedek
Feb 6, 2017

Politically Correct Ideology leads ultimately to insanity
by R.P. BenDedek
Feb 6, 2017

Israel’s security prerequisites in the real Middle East
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Feb 5, 2017

Fight 2 Fight (F2F) a worldwide movement (Video)
by Tiffany Bearden
Feb 5, 2017

It’s high time for Israel to dump the two-state solution
by Martin Wasserman
Feb 5, 2017

Public/Private Partnerships Government-Sanctioned Monopolies
by Tom DeWeese
Feb 3, 2017

A Response to the Destruction of Amona
by Yehudit Katsover and Nadia Matar
Feb 3, 2017

The Jewish National Goal
by Steven Shamrak
Feb 3, 2017

Is Communist China better than the American Republic?
by R.P. BenDedek
Feb 1, 2017

The Shamrak Report Jan 31, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
Jan 31, 2017

Trump, The Media Con and The Illusion of Truth
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 31, 2017

Scolding and the Biblical Law
by Steven Shamrak
Jan 28, 2017

Israeli Arabs – integration rather than deprivation (VIDEO)
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
Jan 28, 2017

What do you know about Seder Olam Rabbah?
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 27, 2017

Government Waste: Frittering Away the Funds
by Ed Feulner
Jan 27, 2017

The 400-year-old foundation of the unique US – Israel Ties
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Jan 27, 2017

Historical Manipulation of the Bible
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 24, 2017

Trump can halt HUD’s AFFH, today!
by John Anthony
Jan 24, 2017

Five Actions Ben Carson Must Take to Control HUD’s Tyranny
by Tom DeWeese
Jan 24, 2017

The Shamrak Report Jan 24, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
Jan 24, 2017

Islam’s War with the West
The Clarion Project/ R.P. BenDedek
Jan 23, 2017

Goodbye, two-state solution
by Gideon Saar
Jan 23, 2017

President Trump vs. the Department of State
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
Jan 22, 2017

Deciphering the Chronologies of Josephus
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 21, 2017

It’s time to move on and continue to look forward to our future
by Jim Fabiano
Jan 21, 2017

Majority of Israelis Want Sovereignty Over Judea and Samaria
by Shimon Cohen
Jan 21, 2017

Has the TRUMP of God’s Judgment sounded on America?
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 19, 2017

King Jehu of Israel Killed King Ahaziah of Judah and King Jehoram of Israel
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 18, 2017

The Renewed Drive to Exit the United Nations
by Tom DeWeese
Jan 18, 2017

The snowbirds don’t know what they’re missing
by Jim Fabiano
Jan 18, 2017

The Shamrak Report Jan 17, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
Jan 18, 2017

Book One Photographs: Honghu City Hubei Province Rivers and Canals
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 14, 2017

Israel’s globalized economy sets new records
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Jan 14, 2017

When your heart says you’re a teenager and your face says it’s lying
by Jim Fabiano
Jan 13, 2017

Did Queen Athaliah Really Kill ‘All’ the Royal Children?
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 11, 2017

Iran’s curriculum reflects Ayatollahs’ policy
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Jan 11, 2017

The Solution to Healthcare Reform
by Tom DeWeese
Jan 11, 2017

The Shamrak Report Jan 10, 2017
by Steven Shamrak
Jan 11, 2017

Iran – a clear & present danger to the USA
by Ambassador (ret.) Yoram Ettinger
Jan 9, 2017

We cannot rely on a single man to make our lives better
by M.M. Justine
Jan 9 2017

The symbol Donald Trump fears the most
by Jim Fabiano
Jan 9, 2017

Illegal Immigrants and Sanctuary Cities in California
by Roger Ogden,
Jan 9, 2017

Israel facing Western seduction (Video)
by Ambassador (ret) Yoram Ettinger
Jan 6, 2017

The Other Side of Gender Violence 2017
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 6, 2017

The day the on-line Scrooge ruined my granddaughters Christmas
by Jim Fabiano
Jan 5, 2017

Tears for the Death of the United States of America
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 4, 2017

Draining the cultural swamp in our children’s minds
by John Anthony
Jan 3, 2017

Academic Error : Reign of King Nebuchadnezzar (Part 2)
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 2, 2017

Adjusting D.J. Wiseman’s Chronology for 607 – 595 BC Babylon and Judah
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 2, 2017

The Error Regarding King Nebuchadrezzar’s Reign (Part 1)
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 2, 2017

The Significance of the Reign of Kandalanu King of Babylon
by R.P. BenDedek
Jan 1, 2017

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Author: R.P. BenDedek

R.P. BenDedek was born in 1953 and grew up in Brisbane Australia. 2003 to 2017 he has been teaching in The People's Republic of China. Along with photographic stories from China he has been writing social and political commentaries since 2004. He was the temporary editor of Magic City Morning Star from 2009 - 2016 and currently has a column at iPatriot.com. He is the author of a chronological history of ancient Israel titled 'the King's Calendar: The Secret of Qumran' and author of 'Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story.' He is divorced; has 5 children and 16 grandchildren. He is a 4th generation Australian from a racially, ethnically, and religiously diverse family. He has no time for Sociopathic Ideologues or Useful Idiots.