The United States Should Quit Meddling in Egypt

July 21, 2013 in News

Ivan Eland | Both the Muslim Brotherhood and its liberal opponents are using U.S. policy toward Egypt as a whipping boy to rally support for their respective causes during the current turmoil in that country. Liberal demonstrations have claimed that the Obama administration…

None Dare Call It Tyranny

July 10, 2013 in News

Jacob Hornberger | While the Obama administration dithers over whether the Egyptian regime-change operation constitutes a coup or not, one thing is certain: The Egyptian people are suffering under tyranny. After all, that’s what military rule is: tyranny. Our American ancestors understood this. That’s why they steadfastly opposed standing armies…

On Egypt, Paralysis and Entangling Alliances

July 9, 2013 in News

John Glaser | Robert Merry at The National Interest laments President Obama’s wishy-washy stance on the events in Egypt. Following the second overthrow of the government in as many years, “one might ask where Obama has stood on the momentous questions facing the Egyptian polity in recent days,”…

New Egyptian War: Americans Lose, Again

July 8, 2013 in News

Ron Paul | Why is it that all sides in this Egyptian civil war seem so angry with the United States? Because the United States has at one point or another supported each side, which means also that at some point the US has also opposed each side. It is the constant meddling in Egyptian affairs that has turned Egyptians against us…

US supporting the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: F-16 fighter jets to be sent despite crisis

December 13, 2012 in News

Modern Tokyo Times | It appears that the frailty of the current situation in Egypt alongside the possible threat of a militant Islamist takeover of power means little in Washington.