Posts Tagged “John McCain”

Putting focus on Palestinian rights not on President Trump

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Putting focus on Palestinian rights not on President Trump

Putting focus on Palestinian rights not on President Trump President Donald Trump is just a decoy for Arabs and Muslims put there by the people who are hurting us the most, his enemies. You may not like everything that Trump does or says but the people who are attacking him have a history of abusing…

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The Democracy Abortion that Is Now Egypt

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Democracy Abortion That Is Now Egypt By RAY HANANIA Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Friday, July 12, 2013 The recent turmoil in Egypt is a good time for American’s to reassess the $1.5 billion that we give to that country and whether it should continue. Despite all the political spin out there, here is what it comes…

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Olympic uniforms controversy, so typically hypocritical

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When It Comes To Uniforms, Why Be So Bain? By RAY HANANIA • Friday, July 20, 2012 Southwest News-Herald Newspaper – In principle, it sure sounds reasonable to ask why the uniforms to be worn by the U.S. Olympic team would be made in China. After all, the team is supposed to be representing America, and…

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People you’d love to see run for office

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People you’d love to see run for office By Ray Hanania – I was listening to the media blah, blah, blah about Sarah Palin guest hosting on the Today Show to counter the very popular Katie Couric on Good Morning America. For NBC, it’s a chance to hit back at Couric who left to try…

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Cindy McCain says she doesn’t care about dead US sailors

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Cindy McCain says she doesn’t care about dead US sailors By Ray Hanania — Cindy McCain, the wife of Arizona Senator John McCain, probably didn’t know what she was getting into when she set up a “Fan Page” for herself on Facebook. McCain suddenly noticed that several people who visited her page complained that her…

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HANANIA: Arab Americans have substantial presence in tuesday’s elections, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 10-31-08

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Arab Americans have substantial presence in Tuesday’s elections By Ray Hanania  — Despite the challenges of an American system that discourages their involvement, Arab Americans are involved in the political elections this week on all levels, as candidates, as voters and as controversies.

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HANANIA: Who is Rashid Khalidi and why is he a factor in the presidential election? FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 10-30-08

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Who is Rashid Khalidi and why is he a factor in the presidential election? By Ray Hanania — To hear supporters of John McCain explain it, you would think Rashid Khalidi was a gun-toting terrorist bent on the destruction of the United States. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg of a campaign by…

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HANANIA: Will the Bush Administration expand its wars to help McCain? FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 10-27-08

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Cross-border attacks in Syria and Pakistan are not coincidence By Ray Hanania — The Bush administration will start a war for oil. And one week before a presidential election, with his Republican party’s candidate waning in the polls, the Bush Administration will also start a war for politics.

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ELAASAR: Why should Arab and Muslim Americans vote for Obama? FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 10-16-08

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Why should Arab and Muslim Americans vote for Obama? By Aladdin Elaasar — Islam has come to the forefront of American presidential elections this year. With allegation that Barak Obama is a Muslim, or an Arab- which he is not- fear has been used by his opponents to tie him to some foreign scary thing. But it…

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ELAASAR: Sarah Palin: Re-igniting the culture wars, Part II, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 10-16-08

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Sarah Palin: Re-igniting the culture wars, Part II By Aladdin Elaasar — “The hypocrisy is rank. Bristol, Palin’s daughter “made the decision on her own to keep the baby,” McCain’s aides told the press. That’s not a choice pregnant teens would have under the proposed administration of her mother and McCain. As for her claims to…

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