Articles

11/28/2016

How Conservative Hollywood Worked to Elect Donald Trump

By Paul Bond

The inside story of how a renegade group of conservatives working in the TV and film industry beat liberal celebrities at their own political game: Pat Boone made phone calls, Jon Voight worked talk radio and countless actors and filmmakers worked tirelessly out of the public eye. More »

10/18/2016

Cruz's Courageous Right Move

By Joel Gilbert

Ted Cruz’s endorsement of Trump was the courageous right move both for Cruz’s brand and for the country. More »

9/22/2016

Hillary Clinton Promotes Ameriphobia

By Joel Gilbert

Once upon a time, phobias were confined to fears of heights, insects, and closed spaces. More »

5/14/2013

A Filmmaker on Obama's Enemies List?

By Cliff Kincaid

The revelations about the IRS targeting voices opposed to Barack Obama's political agenda came of no surprise to filmmaker Joel Gilbert. More »

07/08/2010

President Jimmy Obama's Nuclear Iran

By Joel Gilbert

Thirty years apart, two American Presidents, Carter and Obama, are tragic bookends of a massive failure in U.S-Iran policy. Now joining British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain - whose tango with Adolph Hitler at Munich in 1938 laid open Europe… More »

01/06/2010

Middle East Myths and Facts

By Joel Gilbert

Myth: America and Islam have "shared hopes" and "common aspirations," as President Obama has stated many times.… More »

05/13/2013

Did the Libyan government order Benghazi attacks?

Exclusive: Joel Gilbert offers blow-by-blow explanation involving U.S. gunrunning to Syria

By Joel Gilbert

Was Barack Obama correct in refusing to label Benghazi a "terrorist attack"? Were the U.S. installations ordered destroyed by the Libyan government in an internal power struggle with Islamists? More »

09/30/2010

Netanyahu's Two-State Illusion

By Joel Gilbert

"President Abbas, you are my partner in peace," declared Netanyahu in his opening remarks on September 1st. Netanyahu not only thought he saw peace with Palestinian Arabs, but recognition and acceptance… More »