With the Muslim Brotherhood in the news these days, maybe we should find out who they are and why they are dangerous. Published November 30 2012
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi grabs dictatorial control while Middle East turmoil continues. Published November 27 2012
Hollywood hasn't give us much to celebrate during the holidays in recent years, but in 2012 they have outdone themselves. Here's ten good ones now playing or coming up. Published November 26 2012
In a major political decision Hamburg, Germany is yielding important concessions to its Muslim communities, including teaching Islam in public schools. Published November 25 2012
We have all had some sort of traumatic travel experience. Here's a story to make you feel better the next time your travel plans hit a snag. Published November 23 2012
Don't get too excited about the ceasefire in the Middle East. It is just a lull. There is more conflict to come despite the enthusiasm by world leaders and the press. Published November 23 2012
Once in a while an unexpected act of random kindness makes Thanksgiving a day that can happen any time of the year. This is one of those stories. Published November 21 2012
On December 22, 2011 a woman known only as the “Liberated One” began blogging about her apostasy from Islam. Published November 17 2012
President Obama is less than cordial when pressed on the possible nomination of Susan Rice ... and we took notice. Published November 17 2012
Islamic radicalism is on the rise, but in our euphoria of re-electing Barack Obama, we continue to ignore the danger. Published November 10 2012
The Taliban has been hrowing acid into the faces of girls going to school in Pakistan, as they have against woman before. It is time to focus on this crime and do something about it. Published November 4 2012
After three decades of traveling the world, I decided to attempt to become a member of The Century Club by visiting 100 countries or more. As an ex-Marine, former professional baseball player and commercial broadcaster, I have had many rewarding ...Read More
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