Monthly Archives : January 2022

Can You Rebuild a Democracy after a Deep-State Coup?


In Episode 35, against the rising talk that Benjamin Netanyahu will agree to a plea bargain that will banish him from political life, co-host Gadi Taub and I spoke with our friend and bestselling author of the Plot Against the President and The Permanent Coup, Lee Smith. We discussed what happens to a democracy after permanent bureaucracies oust elected leaders,…

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Colleyville and the “Professional” Civil Servants


 Last Saturday morning, an armed Islamic terrorist named Malik Faisal Akram entered Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas and took the rabbi and three congregants hostage. Eleven hours later, after the hostages freed themselves and FBI officers entered the synagogue and either killed Akram or watched him kill himself, the episode ended. Matt De Sarno, the FBI agent in charge at the…

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Gaslighting Anti-Semitism in America


Malik Faisal Akram, the British national who seized four hostages at gunpoint at Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas during Sabbath services, was straightforward about who he was and what he wanted. Upon entering the synagogue wielding a gun and claiming he had a bomb in his backpack, Akram began ranting against the Jews and Jewish power and demanded the…

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The Origins of the Anti-Netanyahu Coup


In this week’s episode of the Caroline Glick Mideast News Hour, Iwas joined by Moishik Kovarsky, a tech guru who has collated the data collected by a group of more than a hundred volunteers who analyzed all the prosecutions’ claims against Netanyahu and discovered their overwhelming falsity. Moishik compiled a timeline of the operation to oust Netanyahu which was published…

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A Jewish Majority is Insufficient to Protect Israel


After their claim to be the peace camp exploded into a million pieces in a hundred suicide bombings, Israel’s left reinvented itself as the Zionist camp. Their plan of quitting Judea and Samaria and partitioning Jerusalem remained unchanged. But it was rebranded not as a plan for peace, but as a means to protect Israel’s Jewish identity in the face…

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How Can Iran Be Stopped?


In this week’s episode the Caroline Glick Mideast News Hour, I was joined by Gadi Taub to discuss the dismal state of efforts to block Iran from becoming a nuclear-armed regional hegemon. We took a walk across the regional terrain of Iran’s proxy armies in Lebanon, Syria, Gaza and Yemen and into the negotiating rooms in Vienna. We walked away…

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Our Enemies Keep Their Focus


Something happens almost every day that tells us Israel’s enemies are preparing for war. Israel’s responses to these events indicate that Israel is not preparing for war. Three separate events this week exposed this distressing state of affairs. First, on Monday, Iran and its proxies in the Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Yemen marked the second anniversary of the…

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