Monday, September 1st 2014
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US Secretary of State John Kerry tried to turn attention away from President Barack Obama's highly-criticized admission, 'We don't have a strategy yet' for dealing with ISIS with an article calling for a 'coalition' to fight the terrorist group.
Islamic State and al-Qaida terrorist cells are operating in a Mexican border town and are plotting to attack the United States with car bombs and improvised explosive devices.
The new issue of The New Yorker features a hit piece against Israel. And, as hit pieces go, it’s brilliant. It does what good propaganda usually does. It plays on the prejudices of its audience.