Sam Nunberg

Articles by Sam Nunberg

Europe Surrenders to Turkey’s Erdogan on Refugee Crisis

Yesterday in Brussels, the European Union (“EU”) announced a groundbreaking deal with Turkey in which the EU would provide Turkey with $3.19 billion and relaxed visa requirements for Turkish citizens traveling within the EU in exchange for the Turkish government’s promise to curb the flow of migrants in Europe through its western border with Bulgaria and Greece.

Turkey Hosts The G20 World Leader's Summit

Hillary, Benghazi, and Those Troublesome E-mails

In late December, 2013 The New York Times whitewashed the Benghazi Islamist terrorist attack, claiming that based “on extensive interviews with Libyans in Benghazi who had direct knowledge of the attack there and its context, turned up no evidence that Al Qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault.”

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On Benghazi, Hillary Clinton Lied and Four Americans Died

The September 11, 2012 attack on the Benghazi mission is an indictment of Hillary Clinton’s capacity to serve as Commander in Chief. The Senate Select Committee’s Benghazi Report (The Report) makes clear that the deaths of Amb. Christopher Stevens, State

On Benghazi, Hillary Clinton Lied and Four Americans Died

International 'Islamophobia' Conference Promotes Sharia Agenda

Objective observers should be rightfully concerned by the “International Conference on Islamophobia: Law & Media” held by the Turkish government’s Directorate General of Press and Information (DGPI or BYGEM in Turkish) and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) this past

International 'Islamophobia' Conference Promotes Sharia Agenda

Distorting NIAC's Court Defeat

Last September, Seid Hassan Daioleslam, an American of Iranian origins, won a major court victory against the informal Iranian U.S. lobby in Washington. The decision legitimated Mr. Daioleslam’s investigative research that exposed the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) and its president, Trita

Distorting NIAC's Court Defeat

Predatory Lawsuit Rebounds Back on Iranian Front Group

Seeking to “hit him hard,” the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) and acting president Trita Parsi brought a frivolous defamation lawsuit against a critic.  Now they face a $183,480.09 fine to his legal defense. On April 8th D.C. District Court

Predatory Lawsuit Rebounds Back on Iranian Front Group