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Hamas and the Terrorism Dilemma by Douglas P. Harden

The United States’ support for our ally, Israel, must be steadfast, unyielding, and robust. Israel is surrounded by Arab states, many of them either do not recognize the right of Israel to exist or some Arab states actively work towards inciting violence in Israel. There are many issues involved in the Israeli/Palestinian peace process. Perhaps too …

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The Worst President in American History by Jeff Crouere

The descendants of Presidents James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, and Jimmy Carter can relax. Their families will no longer be associated with a United States President deemed to be the worst in American history. The current occupant of the White House, President Joe Biden, has seized this title after only eighteen months in office. His administration …

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On the Bipartisan Gun Control Bill (2022) and Abusive Boyfriends by Miguel A. Faria, MD

The U.S. Senate exuberantly claims to have passed “the most significant new gun controls in a generation.” The fact is the legislation is part and parcel of the Democrats incessant march toward gun control and citizen disarmament, piecemeal. According to Dan Zimmerman, who has studied this legislation in detail, the bill calls for the implementation …

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The Supreme Court Hands Down Major Victory to Freedom-Loving Americans by Miguel A. Faria, MD

Until today, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) had not made it clear that the right to keep and bear arms is protected outside the home; but now it has! Townhall’s headline today reads, “Supreme Court Hands Down Biggest Second Amendment Victory since Heller.” Indeed, this is a major historic ruling. The article …

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Is Gun Control About People Control? Answering a critical letter from a reader by Miguel A. Faria, MD

Regarding Drs. James I. Ausman’s and Miguel A. Faria’s article “Is gun control about people control?” published in Surgical Neurology International (SNI), we received the following critical letter from a reader: Dear Sirs, “Is gun control about people control?” No, it’s about having regulations over a tool that is easily gotten and easily kills. Why …

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High Noon at the Cold War: The West Faces Down an Old Foe by Douglas P. Harden

The international system is one of danger and uncertainty, a lack of order and constant instability heighten the propensity for violence in the international system. Recent years have provided American leadership with the task of confronting numerous problems on the international scene, among them: a rising economy in China ready to overtake that of the …

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