Monthly Archives: April 2018

J-Street effectively trying to help Hamas smuggle bombs into Gaza

J-Street doesn’t give a damn about Gazans. They are just using them to bash Israel – just like the Palestinian Authority itself. 

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‘Two-state solution is irrelevant’

Former Interior Minister Gideon Sa’ar (Likud) on Sunday spoke about the “two-state solution.”

Speaking at the Jerusalem Post Conference, Sa’ar said, “The two-state solution – which is no more than a buzzword – is no longer relevant. After eighty years on paper and twenty-five years of negotiations, it’s been proven unrealistic.”

Canada eyeing meeting with Iranian officials in Ottawa despite controversies

The federal government is making plans to meet with officials from the Iranian regime in Ottawa, despite friction over the Middle East state’s deadly crackdown on peaceful protesters, repeated cyberattacks on the Canadian government and the death of at least one Canadian citizen in a Tehran jail.

Kim Promises to Shut Main Nuclear Test Site in May — and Let Foreign Media Watch

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un has promised to close his main nuclear weapons test site in May and said he will invite South Korean and American media to witness the shutdown.

Coming this fall: No Safe Spaces

The Myth of BDS Success

Keep wasting your time, assholes

Penn State’s 98-Year-Old Outing Club Is No Longer Allowed to Go Outside

What’s more dangerous: rugby, or a walk in the woods? At Pennsylvania State University, the administrators apparently think it’s the latter.

The student “Outing Club,” which has gone backpacking, kayaking, and hiking in state parks over the course of its 98-year-existence, will no longer be allowed to host outdoor events after administrators conducted a risk assessment, according to The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

“The types of activities in which [Penn State Outing Club] engages are above the university’s threshold of acceptable risk for recognized student organizations,” according to an official announcement.

A key issue for administrators was that the Outing Club frequently visit locations with poor cell phone coverage. This wasn’t an issue during the Coolidge administration, but now that cell phones exist, students are apparently expected to remain glued to them at all times.