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Mideast Experts: Obama Unlikely To Pull A Fast One On Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

TEL AVIV – Ahead of the two month interregnum following the U.S. elections in November, Israel is confident that any last ditch Mideast effort from President Barack Obama before leaving office will stay true to what he said at the UN in 2011: “Peace will not come through statements and resolutions at the United Nations.”

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) meets with US President Barack Obama on the sidelines of the UN conference on climate change - COP21, on November 30, 2015 at Le Bourget, on the outskirts of the French capital Paris.

Dennis Ross: Mideast Choosing Putin Over ‘Weak’ Obama

TEL AVIV – In an oped published on Politico, former Middle East adviser to President Barack Obama, Dennis Ross, declared that Israel and Arab countries are increasingly turning to Russia because the United States is seen as “weak” and Middle Eastern leaders have “given up” on Obama.

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GOP Rep. Says Obama Visa Waiver Changes ‘Clearly Outside the Rule of Law’

Rep. Dennis Ross (R-FL) has filed a resolution to censure and condemn President Obama over his administration’s move to exempt certain travelers to the U.S. who have recently been to Iran or other terrorist hotspots from the new, congressionally mandated, enhanced Visa Waiver Program security measures.

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Petraeus, Former Obama Advisers Reject Iran Deal

Several former advisers to President Barack Obama have rejected the likely terms of a nuclear deal with Iran, adding their names to an open letter that declares: “The agreement will not prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapons capability.”

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Congress Tackles Human Trafficking

While there isn’t much Democrats and Republicans will agree on in the U.S. Congress, one issue that both sides have come together to crackdown on is human trafficking.

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Former Obama Adviser: Get Tougher on Iran

Former Obama adviser Dennis Ross, who left the White House in 2011 amidst rumors of clashes with Valerie Jarrett, has co-written a strident op-ed in Politico urging President Barack Obama to take a tougher stance with Iran.

GOP Rep Ross: We’re Not Discussing Gov’t Shutdown

GOP Rep Ross: We’re Not Discussing Gov’t Shutdown

Representative Dennis Ross (R-FL) said that a government shutdown is “not even a topic I think we’re going to discuss at this point” and “bait” that the GOP would not take in a clip broadcast on Tuesday’s “Wolf” on CNN.

Planned Parenthood Tells Women God Is Fine With Having An Abortion

Planned Parenthood Tells Women God Is Fine With Having An Abortion

Abortion giant Planned Parenthood has stepped into the pastoral counseling business: A letter sent by the organization’s Clergy Advocacy Board lets prospective clients know that God is fine with their decision to have an abortion. Planned Parenthood’s “Pastoral Letter to

Bill Clinton's Marc Rich Pardon: The Tell-Tale Cable

Bill Clinton's Marc Rich Pardon: The Tell-Tale Cable

For years, there has been conjecture as to why Bill Clinton,in the waning moments of his presidency, suddenly and unexpectedly granted afull pardon to fugitive financier Marc Rich. Even the New York Times, normally ashameless cheerleader for the Clintons, excoriated

Congressman: Reps. More Serious About Hill Baseball Game than Legislating

Congressman: Reps. More Serious About Hill Baseball Game than Legislating

The annual Congressional baseball game between Republicans and Democrats is so heated that Representatives apparently care more about practicing and preparing for the game than actually legislating. On Thursday, Democrats pummeled Republicans 22-0, but, a detailed report in the National

Susan Rice 'Likely' to Become National Security Advisor

Susan Rice 'Likely' to Become National Security Advisor

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice, who infamously blamed the Benghazi attacks on a YouTube video on Sept. 16, is poised to succeed Tom Donilon as National Security Advisor.  This position would put her high on the foreign-policy hierarchy

Israel Accuses Iran of Assassination Attempts on Diplomats and Their Families

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman have openly accused the Islamic Republic of carrying out assassination attempts against Israeli diplomats and citizens living in other countries. The accusations stem from a series of attacks that were

Is It the Time for Peace in the Middle East?

Is It the Time for Peace in the Middle East?

This week, Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas informed the U.S. envoy, David Hale, that his new unity deal with Palestinian terror organization Hamas is a “national need,” and explained that Israel should nonetheless engage in peace negotiations. Israeli Prime Minister

Rep. Dennis Ross Discusses Obamacare and Fast and Furious

[audio:] Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Congressman Dennis Ross to discuss Obamacare, Eric Holder’s involvement in Fast and Furious and the end to insider trading in Congress.

BREAKING: Mideast Diplomat Dennis Ross Leaving White House

Dennis Ross, widely seen as one of the few strong pro-Israel advisers in the Obama administration, has announced that he will be stepping down as a presidential adviser. Ross’s departure comes as the Obama administration faces fresh criticism for private

Are Jewish Democrats Beginning to Say No To Obama?

It seems as if everything is finally beginning to add up. According to several dozen interviews conducted by Politico, Americans of the Jewish faith are finally waking up to the fact that Barack Obama is not a friend of Israel.

Obama's Jew & The Imaginary Bogeyman

Failed peace processor and Obama cat’s-paw, Dennis Ross, addressed Shimon Peres’ Presidential Conference in Jerusalem and gave Israel some advice to help it commit suicide. Ross warned that unless peace talks with the Paleostinians resume soon, Israel would face “growing

Federal Workers Paid Millions to Work on Union Activities

From National Journal: The cost of official time used by federal employees participating in union activities increased nearly 7 percent between fiscal 2008 and fiscal 2009, according to a new report from the Office of Personnel Management. The report, the