By Ernie Moore on Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Are Obama’s claims of getting Osama bin Laden another lie?

If not, then how did he get him to donate to the campaign?

You have probably heard that both major contenders for the Presidency have spent about a BILLION dollars each in their campaigns.

So much for campaign funding reform.

When word went out that the Obama campaign was accepting money from foreign sources, it was a case of the Main Stream Media turning their heads to talk about the latest football scores, and totally ignoring it.

But not everyone...
By Ernie Moore on Tuesday, October 30, 2012

If you live in Jerusalem you know that rent is insane and the cost of buying a decent one bedroom apartment (houses are rarely available) begins over $500,000 normally. As everyone but the White House in DC knows is that competition is good for the consumer.

In other words, building more homes, apartments, etc. will drive the prices down. With that in mind, Israel is building homes at a fast pace. Read that – before there is more pressure to stop building in the name of peace talks.



By Ernie Moore on Monday, October 29, 2012

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By Ernie Moore on Monday, October 29, 2012

They threw a party in Gaza, and he A. wasn’t invited, B. was invited but not properly, C. was invited but was afraid to attend. You can really take your choice.

Seems that the Emir of Qatar came to Gaza City on what is billed as a humanitarian visit to inaugurate $250 million worth of reconstruction projects.

As Khaled Abu Toameh wrote in the J-Post, “Although Abbas publicly welcomed the emir’s visit, his aides said that he was “very disappointed.” Abbas’s absence in receiving the emir is seen as a severe blow to his claim that he is the legitimate...
By Ernie Moore on Sunday, October 28, 2012

The Estelle, a Swedish-owned, Finnish-flagged ship heading to Gaza is now headed to Ashdod, Israel after being boarded by the Shayatet-13 unit of Israeli commandoes.

The story of the ship’s being boarded is all over foreign media, but it seems to us that they are missing the issue. Let’s look at this from a different perspective.

The photo to the left is Safa’s shot of a Gaza shopping mall. Doesn’t look to us like starvation.

Ynetnews provided this information, “The 53-meter vessel is carrying two olive trees,...
By Ernie Moore on Saturday, October 27, 2012

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Israel Today, we would like to share some of their work with you and suggest that you might like their website:

They recently ran a three part story about the Jewish refugees. We have done any number of pieces on this subject, but the one below is very good, fits in with the efforts of Dep. Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon’s recent efforts and worth your time.

Here without comment is the complete article:

An Israeli Foreign Ministry campaign launched in September aimed...
By Ernie Moore on Friday, October 26, 2012

Let’s discuss reading a certain type of novel. Perhaps I’m too sensitive, but over the years I’ve come across a few people who lift their noses in the air and siffingly tell me that “I don’t read novels,” like that is something to brag about.

The way some of us write novels, there is much fact and some fiction to float the truth. It isn’t all weeping willows and sweet perfume.

In fact in our Jake Crabtree series of six (seven is already underway)...
By Ernie Moore on Friday, October 26, 2012

The clock is winding down in two aspects of American leadership. The presidential elections are getting very near and the threat of Iran attempting to eradicate Israel is rumbling on the horizon like a terrible storm.

The two topics are totally connected, and that is why we have never been able to understand the lock-step of American Jews and the Democrats. Why are so many of them sticking with the apparently Muslim-loving Obama?

Ah, but are they?

Recently an article appeared in the American Thinker by Stella...
By Ernie Moore on Thursday, October 25, 2012

The Heritage Foundation reports that “so far, 36 companies that have received federal support from taxpayers have either gone bankrupt or are laying off workers and are heading for bankruptcy. This list includes only those companies that received federal money from the Obama Administration’s Department of Energy. The amount of money indicated does not reflect how much was actually received or spent but how much was offered. The amount also does not include other state, local, and federal tax credits and subsidies, which...
By Ernie Moore on Wednesday, October 24, 2012


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