Managing Obama’s war against Israel

ArchitectGuy on Israel

by Caroline Glick
March 27, 2015

On Wednesday, the Jerusalem Municipality announced it is shelving plans to build 1,500 apartments in the Har Homa neighborhood. Officials gave no explanation for its sudden move. But none was needed. Obviously the construction of apartments for Jews in Jerusalem was blocked in the hopes of appeasing US President Barack Obama. But is there any reason to believe he can be appeased? Today the White House is issuing condemnations of Israel faster than the UN. To determine how to handle what is happening, we need to understand the nature of what is happening. First we need to understand that the administration’s hostility has little to do with Israel’s actions. As Max Boot explained Wednesday in The Wall Street Journal, the administration’s animosity toward Israel is a function of Obama’s twin strategic aims…READ MORE

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Michelle Obama declares ‘Black girls rock!’ at Newark event

WPIX 11 New York

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Michelle Obama mixed her message of education for girls with one of empowerment for black women, declaring “Black girls rock!” at the annual awards show of the same name.

The first lady wasn’t one of the honorees Saturday night but was the most heralded participant at the 5th annual event. It honored Jada Pinkett Smith, Erykah Badu, Cicely Tyson, Ava DuVernay, Nadia Lopez and Helene Gayle.

Obama told the audience, which included many young black girls, to ignore voices that suggested that they were “not good enough.”

She celebrated the achievement of three young black women also honored and said education was the key to their success.

Obama went to Princeton and Harvard. She said she wouldn’t be where she was had she not taken her studies seriously and implored young black people to do the same.

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Wale Feat. J. Cole “The Pessimist” (NEW MUSIC)

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Mark Pitts, Greenhouse And J.Rose Annual BET Post Party Source: Johnny Nunez / Getty

Wale has been teaming up with hip-hop’s heavyweights in an effort to provide fans some unforgettable music – and he hasn’t failed us yet.

After hitting the world with his first-ever Kanye West collab, the MMG rapper does what he does best on a new track with J. Cole, dropping knowledge like only he can via “The Pessimist.”

With a George Costanza soundbite, Wale talking black on black crime, and Osinachi on the beat, the track is definitely something special. And did we mention, J. Cole?

Check out their joint effort below. Wale’s The Album About Nothing will be out on Tuesday.


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