In 2017, the national security interests of the US and Israel have converged, in an unprecedented manner, in response to the anti-US Arab Tsunami; anti-US Islamic terrorism; the declining European posture of deterrence; drastic cuts in the US defense budget; an increasingly unpredictable, dangerous globe; Israel’s surge of military and commercial capabilities and US-Israel shared values.
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Over the past year I have transferred some of my Chronology of Ancient Israel articles to this new site Kingscalendar, and you may find a list of those articles HERE.
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1. US policy toward Israel is driven by prime US national security interests and priorities, militarily and commercially.
2. US-Israel relations have evolved into a productive two-way-street, mutually-beneficial ties, militarily and commercially.
Kebek is an on-going problem for English-speaking Canada and a nightmare for the future.
To understand my reasoning for making the above statement, we must first go back in time and look at a similar period in past history that might give us a clue as to why this is happening and the reasons for it in the present context.
I recently got into a fight with one of my nephew’s Facebook friends. Nephew had posted a couple of news articles about North Korea which had been written by different people.
These articles indicated that life for North Korean’s is not actually what has been portrayed to us in the media. (As if the Media and Politicians would lie!)
1984, was a good year for me. At least those parts I can still remember. I was a healthy 34 years old and working my way up the American Dream by owning multiple businesses with my wife and watching my beautiful daughter grow ever more beautiful. Ronald Reagan was our president and even though I was not a big fan I had faith in the man who was Governor of California and has an overwhelmingly positive charisma that had people have a positive view on the future of their nation and family.
This article is primarily focused on the topic of how to read the news.
I doubt that many people today would consider themselves to be illiterate but in reality many people are effectively illiterate because they don’t know “HOW” to read and analyze the news. For example, since Donald Trump became president of the United States the mainstream media has gone absolutely crazy with stories about him and for a while there I read everything that they published. And then I stopped. Why? Because I actually do know “HOW” to read and I realized that almost every headline was misleading¹ and every article devoid of anything approaching relevancy. In short, I realized that I would not learn anything from the reading. Let me explain.
How does tax season make you feel? Angry? Tired? Probably both, but there’s a good chance you also felt a bit confused while preparing your returns.
And who could blame you? The mind-numbing complexity of the Tax Code, with its myriad deductions, credits and exemptions, can baffle anyone.
This politically incorrect article by John J. Walsh (pseudonym) was originally published on April 21st, 2010 at Magic City Morning Star News and republished at Kingscalendar under the same title as today’s version and can be found as the 4th of four articles on this linked page. In light of all that has gone on and is going on in the USA since the election of Donald Trump, I think that this little bit of humor needs to be revisited and taken a little bit more seriously — R.P. BenDedek