After nearly eight years of President Obama, it feels as though we have returned to September 10, 2001. Obama refuses to talk about radical Islam or acknowledge the war being waged against us. While he lives in a parallel universe, the evidence that his policies have failed continues to mount.
After Palestinian terrorists murdered four innocent Israeli civilians and wounded 17 in an attack on a Tel Aviv Cafe Wednesday night, world leaders condemned the horrific attack, but some seemed baffled as to why Hamas, a terror group which explicitly calls for Israel’s destruction, would praise it.
In an interview with the New York Daily News, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton discussed her views on Israel, claiming she will show strong support for the Jewish state. There were, however, episodes in her past that raise questions as to how she will treat Israel if elected president.
While both front-runners scored victories in the night’s biggest prize of Arizona, Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders won caucuses in Utah and Idaho and Republican Ted Cruz claimed his party’s caucuses in Utah.
Rubio dropped out of the GOP race after losing his home state, as Trump maintained the lead on the second Super Tuesday. Clinton took another big step towards securing the Democratic presidential nomination.
The latest batch of emails released by the US State Department reveals that Clinton may have been seeking to encourage an anti-Israel atmosphere and generate Palestinian protests in order to force Israel to the negotiating table.