Australia has decided, even before negotiations with the Palestinians, that so-called "east Jerusalem" will be the capital of a Palestinian state, if one is established.
The Left has made political humor quite touchy these days, but as in any dysfunctional scenario, often times we see that they can dish it out but not necessarily take it.
Large earthquakes aren't supposed to happen in Tennessee. On Wednesday, the largest earthquake in 45 years hit eastern Tennessee, and it made headlines all over the nation. But this isn't the only earthquake that has happened in the region recently.
How is it that the Bible can be so clear on a particular subject -- in this case, the subject of homosexual practice -- and yet some Christians are not clear on what the Bible says? And why does it seem that millennials in particular are confused about the Bible and homosexuality?
"Despite its name, Lebanese Hezbollah operates within many of our own borders and far from the Middle East," Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan told delegates to the Western Hemisphere Counterterrorism Ministerial in Washington, DC.
So you think that Israel should be replaced by a Palestinian state from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea? Perhaps we should imagine just what a Palestinian-majority state would look like.
The leader of Egypt has just given a powerful response to a question on immigration that if a Western leader would have spoken the same words, he would have been lambasted as an Islamophobe.
The pattern is as predictable as it is obvious. When the left talks about freedom, it means freedom for those who conform. When it talks about diversity, it means my way or the highway.