On his first trip to Israel, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said Monday that all U.S. foreign aid should be gradually eliminated, including the roughly $3 billion sent annually to the country he was visiting.

Another day in Pakistan brings another day of skies torn by screaming Hellfire missiles launched from U.S. drones.  Early Sunday morning, a barrage of missiles obliterated villages in the tribal region of South Waziristan. Reports indicate that 10 “militants” were killed and five others were injured in the attack.

Recently translated interviews demonstrate that Egypt’s president, Mohammed Morsi, had little interest two years ago in seeing his party continue the relationship which has existed between Israel and Egypt since the 1978 Camp David Accords because, in his assessment, Israel’s "Zionist" residents are “the descendants of apes and pigs.”

A headline in Wired magazine reports: “Obama’s New Year’s Resolution: More Drone Strikes.”  Just a week into the new year and the president is well on his way to keeping his resolution.

With the advent of the new year, the United States is rapidly increasing the number of drone strikes in Yemen.

The Obama administration's drone war is escalating and the number of civilian deaths is increasing. The program is creating more enemies than it is destroying.

There is plenty in the past of President Obama's nominee for Secretary of State, Senator John Kerry, that should exclude him from consideration.

The news on Christmas Eve that a U.S. Army brigade will begin sending small teams into as many as 35 African nations indicates a still-expanding role for an all-volunteer Army that has been stretched nearly to the breaking point in recent years by a nearly nine-year war in Iraq and the ongoing war in Afghanistan now in its 11th year.

At the conclusion of the EU-Russian Summit on December 21, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy repeatedly called for progress toward the goal of “global governance,” which has always been code in globalist circles for world government.

Egyptian voters adopted a big-government constitution in a national plebiscite December 15, and it went into force December 26, according to Reuters wire service. Voters adopted the constitution by a 64 percent popular vote.

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