In a decisive showdown in the Sinai on Monday, key regional and world leaders will goad Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and PLO chief Yasser Arafat to meet face-to-face to discuss terms for ending the lethal Palestinian uprising over the past two weeks. There appears to be little reason for optimism that a truce can be concluded quickly, or that the Oslo peace process can be revived anytime soon.
Let me state flatly that I do not believe Al Gore is the Antichrist. But millions of conservatives around the world, religious and non-religious, are concerned with the United Nations earth-centered one-world environmentalism supported by such as he. Al Gore has suggested that his resume makes him better prepared for the White House than Bill Clinton was in 1992. Apocalyptically speaking, he may be right. Gore's resume, especially as outlined in his book Earth in the Balance, contributes to an ominous, if not prophetic, global vision of the near future.
Former US president Bill Clinton was warmly welcomed back to Israel this week, where he again blamed PLO chief Yasser Arafat for turning down his generous peace proposals more than a year ago and opting for violence. But at no time has Clinton shouldered any of the blame for crafting policies and a flawed negotiation strategy that left the region in flames as he departed the White House one year ago.
The goals of the Sharm E-Sheikh conference have been achieved:
(AgapePress) - Army officers, disappointed with eight years of Bill Clinton, are leaving the service in droves.
According to the Army Times, the Army is losing about 300 more captains per year than the planned 1,125. The exodus means that some captain posts go vacant--and in the long term, the talent pool for future majors and senior officers shrinks.
At a "refueling stop" in Cairo on Tuesday, US President Bill Clinton played his best cards and finally may have persuaded Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to press the Palestinians to compromise on Jerusalem while there is still time.
Aides to outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak tried to distance him from the controversy surrounding former US President Bill Clinton and the "pardongate" scandal, refuting claims on Saturday that Barak had made three calls to Clinton that ultimately persuaded him to pardon fugitive financier Marc Rich.
Investigators in the congressional probe into former US President Bill Clinton's controversial pardon of fugitive financier Marc Rich plan to formally question ex-Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak about his role in the possible pardon-for-money scandal.
LAGOS, Nigeria, 27 August 2000 (Newsroom) â€“ U.S. President Bill Clinton, during what may be his last official visit to Africaâ€™s most populous nation, urged Nigerians to learn to live together despite their religious differences.
(AgapePress) - It appears President Clinton is going to spend his final weeks in office pushing through regulations which do not need Congressional approval. Many of them are aimed at appeasing traditional Democratic support groups such as environmentalists and pro-abortionists.
The Clinton Administration yesterday released federal guidelines allowing research using human embryos. A leading pro-life advocate says the idea is unethical and immoral.
(AgapePress) - While crews continue to battle forest fires across the Midwest, a report out of Washington says President Clinton recently redirected funds for such needs to some of his pet projects.
AgapePress) - President Clinton took center stage at the Democratic convention last night. Going into the speech, analysts said he needed to use the opportunity to promote Al Gore. They believe the President failed to do that.