Tag: iraq

Understanding the ISIS Crisis

By Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein | The Save Jersey Blog “Yet today, with Sunni jihadists pushing towards Baghdad, Iraq looks less like a Middle Eastern “City on a Hill” than a sectarian thugocracy, rapidly degenerating into a dystopian hellscape.” – Gene Healy, Washington Examiner “…there’s Read More

The Infuriating Iraq War Miseducation of an Obamaphile

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog There’s plenty that I find utterly and depressingly confounding about ideological liberalism, Save Jerseyans, but nothing makes me reach for the Aspirin so quickly in recent days as when I hear an Obamaphile try to explain (or rationalize) Read More

Who’s Ready to Apologize to Mitt?

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Mitt Romney’s eerily prophetic foreign policy pronouncements up through the 2012 Election stand in stark contrast to Joe Biden’s long history of being wrong about ev-er-y-thing, Save Jerseyans. I can’t help wonder where we’d be today if we Read More

“Decimated” Al Qaeda is Back

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog In case you missed it, Save Jerseyans, Al Qaeda militants have captured the Iraqi cities of Fallujah and Ramadi. You know: the same infamous terrorist network that President Barack Obama allegedly “decimated” prior to his reelection. Read More

McCain Sinks Hagel’s Battleship

Senior Arizona Senator Grills Secretary of Defense Nominee On Iraq War Surge By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Some Save Jerseyans aren’t too keen on Senator John McCain, largely because of his “maverick” tendencies on “domestic” issues ranging from immigration reform Read More