This is the Word of Yahweh:
Thus says Yahweh concerning all My wicked neighbors who strike at the inheritance with which I have endowed My people Israel, “Behold I am about to uproot them from their land and will uproot the house of Judah from among them. And it will come about that after I have uprooted them, I will again have compassion on them; and I will bring them back, each one to his inheritance and each one to his land. Then if they will really learn the ways of My people, to swear by My name, ‘As Yahweh lives,’ even as they taught My people to swear by Baal, they will be built up in the midst of My people. But if they will not listen, then I will uproot that nation, uproot and destroy it,” declares Yahweh. (Jeremiah 12: 14-17)
“For here we are not afraid to follow the truth wherever it may lead, nor to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to combat it.” (Thomas Jefferson)
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Isaiah 65: 24—“It will also come to pass that before they call, I will answer; and while they are still speaking, I will hear. The wolf and the lamb will graze together, and the lion will eat straw like the ox; and dust will be the serpent’s food. They will do no evil or harm in all My holy mountain,” says Yahweh.
“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.” (Hosea 4: 6)
News Items of Interest:
- Netanyahu wary of new international efforts in peace process
- Netanyahu calls on ministers to promote the government’s achievements
- Jordan urges EU to pressure Israel to desist harmful ‘unilateral actions’ Take: Jordan is experiencing Islamist pressure right now and is trying to release it by making noise about Israel. Ask yourself this question. What would we do if terrorists were firing rockets at our people? The answer is simple. We would take them out. The Jordanians would do the same thing, so why would they criticize the Israelis for defending themselves? The point is that Arab countries including the ones with which Israel has peace treaties are belligerent toward Israel when it suits them. That’s hypocritical at best.
- Netanyahu’s rightist policies impede Israel’s integration into new regional order
- ‘Israel’s 2002 hit of Hamas leader was justified, despite civilian casualties’
- Israeli pilot describes ‘good strike’ that killed 15 Gazans in 2002
- C’tee might probe 2002 killing of Hamas commander Shehadeh
- Gadhafi: Libya is peaceful, UN sanctions are null and void
- Clinton: US ‘reaching out’ to Libyan opposition groups
- Rebels take city near Tripoli as pressure mounts on Gaddafi
- Israeli song strikes a chord with Libyan rebels
- Report: Palestinian militant killed as IDF strikes Gaza Strip
- Gaza militants fire Qassam rocket into Israel amid ongoing tensions
- Palestinians report 1 dead, 2 injured in IDF strike on Gaza
- Palestinians turn to technology to avoid roadblocks
- Lebanese protesters urge political system change in Beirut rally
- Mideast turmoil sends Israel gasoline prices to record high
- PM: We’ll step up efforts to locate Israelis missing after New Zealand quake
- Arab League boss Moussa to run for Egypt president
- Egyptian editor: Israel-peace treaty will likely be revised
- Study finds 1/4 of Australians hold anti-Semitic prejudice
- Americans: end aid to Arabs, but keep backing Israel
- What’s happening in Egypt now?
- Symposium to address Israel advocacy on US campuses
- Non-profits to gather in Jaffa to examine their future
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Center for Security Policy
- Obama: Al-Qaddafi Needs to Leave Now
- Budget Doomsday Delayed
- UN unanimously slaps sanctions on Libyan leaders
“We have the greatest opportunity the world has ever seen, as long as we remain honest – which will be as long as we can keep the attention of our people alive. If they once become inattentive to public affairs, you and I, and Congress and Assemblies, judges and governors would all become wolves.” (Thomas Jefferson)
The New York Times:
- Focus On Schools and Jobs
- There’s No Business Like Show Business
- Face the Pension Problem
- Re-energize the economy
- Have You Driven a Smartphone Lately?
- Why Wouldn’t the Tea Party Shut It Down?
- Unfit for Democracy?
- The Budget Fight Continues Take: See today’s SnyderTalk editorial for a critique of this NYT editorial.
The Washington Post:
- Weather beaten
- Revolution in Riyadh
- Al-Jazeera saw revolution coming
- Sort of democracies
- Wisconsin’s fight, D.C.’s shadow
- Andy Stern on big labor’s bleak future
- Shutdown like it’s 1995
- 5 myths about liberal academia
- Caravan to collegeland
- Emanuel defuses the race bomb
- The next teachers contract
- Obama and gay marriage
- Ethical carnivores
- An urbanite aims for dinner
- Braun’s dismal showing
- Politicians on the lam
- Debtors prison
The Los Angeles Times:
- The DWP’s little pump that eats money
- To change the L.A. City Council
- Helping the Arabs help themselves
- Winds of change in the Middle East: Shaping how Middle Easterns see the Egyptian revolution
- Cardinal Mahony and the city he shaped
- Day of reckoning on pensions: The Little Hoover Commission paints a bleak picture of what’s ahead for state and local governments in California
- Yemeni tribal chiefs switch allegiance to opposition
- Perry: Fleebagging tactic “immature, juvenile”
- NEA to Double Member Dues Contribution to Political War Chest
- One reason why Wisconsin needed union reform: captive benefits
- White House Energy Policies Making U.S. Less Competitive, Costing Jobs
- How did your Congressman vote on HR1?
- Want to remove a blog from your Google search results? Update: Google announces major algorithm change
- NARN, the Gone Wisconsin Edition!
- Somali Pirates? More Like Jihadists With Sea-Doos
- The Cheesehead Rubicon
- Breaking Public Unions: Good!
- Balancing the Budget: Do Americans Have What It Takes?
- The Saucer is as Hot as the Tea
- Have You Noticed That “Big Government” Is Failing Everywhere?
- Bargained into a collective corner
- The Fierce Moral Urgency of WTF
- Obfuscating Inflation
- Barry and the Pirates
- End Forced Unionism
- The Sharing of Miseries
- Sailing with Barry
- Welcome to Brazil: Lessons for the American People to Learn
- Another Bum Steer Award for Lubbock
- William F. Buckley, Jr. Left Us Three Years Ago Today
Other Opinion Pieces:
- Mr. President, ‘Listen to the People’ on ObamaCare
- Well-Meaning or Not, Obama Threatens America
- Harry Reid Calls for an End to Legal Prostitution in Nevada
- Has Anyone Told Ambassador Rice There’s a Crisis In Libya?
- The Greek Tragedy of Campus Censorship
- State Budget Battles Herald the Return of the Grown-Ups
- Wake Up, GOP: It’s Time to Put the Varsity on the Field
- Failed State Watch: How Long Before U.S. Military Confrontation with Mexico Cartels?
- Useful Idiots, Then and Now
- Hey, What Happened To That Maxine Waters Ethics Trial?
- The Rank Dishonesty of Immigration Restrictionists
- Believe it or not, it’s morning in America, again
- Civility is lost on Wisconsin demonstrators
- End the Obama freeze on American energy development
- Obamacare isn’t even popular among grossly oversampled Democrats
- The Paradox of the Italian Jewish Experience in 1990-2010
- Carleton University Student Council Says No to Anti-Israeli Group
- Israel Trip Challenges, Inspires Teens with Disabilities
- Israeli Hospital Saves Gaza Toddler
- What Does the Arab World Do When Its Water Runs Out?
- Watering a Thirsty Planet
- What Cargo May Be Aboard Iranian Warships Transiting the Suez Canal?
- A venerable law firm’s fast rise and faster fall
- How our smartphones are getting ahead of us
- Our modern twist on the old world political death spiral
- It’s easier than ever for investors to stock up on commodities
- Stocks may be pricey, but are they overvalued?
- What’s ahead
- Why It Costs: $24,200 for a knee replacement
- Warren Buffett’s enthusiasm for U.S. could boost markets
We need to take serious steps right now to address our problems. There isn’t a better time to begin.
Yesterday’s NYT included an editorial titled The Budget Fight Continues. When I read an editorial like it, I keep in mind that liberal progressives ridicule and demean anyone who thinks we need to rein in spending, and it doesn’t matter where we are in the economic cycle. In their world, there’s never a good time to cut spending but creating new programs is another matter. They think our government should be a nanny state. From cradle to grave, they can’t imagine people actually doing things for themselves. When people make poor decisions, LPs believe we should jump in and bail them out even though working through problems is when real learning takes place.
The LP theory of government is a formula for economic and moral disaster, and it’s an important reason why we face the twin pillars of catastrophe: huge and growing debt and deficits at the federal and state levels of government. We need to take serious steps right now to address our problems. There isn’t a better time to begin. Failure to act will mean pain and suffering for our children and grandchildren for many years to come. I’m not a Chicken Little, but I think failing to act now may mean the end of the United States as we know it.
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- Report: Iran opposition leaders moved to ‘safe house’ near Tehran
- Report: Two killed in clashes in Oman as unrest spreads throughout the Gulf
- Oman clashes widen protest rumblings in Gulf
- US accuses Iran of “blatant” rights violations
- EU to discuss sanctions against over 80 Iranian officials
- Tunisia: Potential model of progressive Arab democracy
- ‘Free Libya’ chants heard in city near capital
- Thousands flee Libya at chaotic Tunisian border
- Libyan rebels await counter-attack by Gaddafi forces
- UK, Germany fly secret evac missions into Libya
- Irish PM-in-waiting eyes coalition and bailout talks
- Anti-regime forces take west Libyan towns
- Tunisian prime minister resigns amid protests
- Tunisia’s New Turmoil: The Unfinished Revolution
- Sudan clamps down on election protest
- 14 killed in Mexico bar attacks
- China lowers its economic growth target a tad
- Taliban say they have Canadian missing in Afghanistan
- Christchurch holds prayers for quake victims
- The Tribe Has Spoken: Yemen’s Powerbrokers Step In
- Chief: No arrests of protesters at Wis. Capitol
- Protesters mull temporary exit of Wisconsin Capitol
- Gingrich closer to presidential run
- Past medical testing on humans revealed
- GOP governors undermine Obama’s agenda in states
- Boehner makes budget case at religious convention
- Mass. company making diesel with sun, water, CO2
- Rising oil prices could stall states’ recoveries
- Wisconsin Democrats stay in Illinois, await compromise
- Congress inches back from budget shutdown abyss
- Ron Paul, Herman Cain win Tea Party poll to run against Obama
- Gates Foundation works to boost food production
- Ohio readies union bill vote, Indiana delay continues
- U.S. measles outbreak feared after infected woman travels
- Largest crowds since Vietnam War march in Wisconsin
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