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SHERIFF JOE TO TRUMP: LET'S GO TO MEXICO

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During a radio interview Sunday, Sheriff Joe Arpaio declared his determination to go to Mexico to “straighten out the illegal immigration and drug smuggling problem,” and he suggested Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accompany him. (more…)

STUDY: DEMOGRAPHICS POINT TO DEMOCRAT DOMINATION

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By Aaron Klein

While the Republican Party is busy responding to Donald Trump’s latest remarks, the powerful progressive arm of the Democratic Party is looking so far ahead it has compiled data it is using to predict racial changes to the American electorate state-by-state through the year 2060. (more…)

NEW MIDEAST: NOW EGYPT FLIRTING WITH IRAN

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By Aaron Klein

The nuclear deal between Iran and world powers may see Egypt, a longtime U.S. ally, shift closer to the Iranian axis and away from the Sunni Arab coalition of countries like Saudi Arabia and Jordan. (more…)

U.S. MILITARY BASES EYED AS 'GREEN JOB' INCUBATORS

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By Aaron Klein

Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is being criticized in conservative circles for claiming Monday that “global warming” created conditions that led to the rise of ISIS and “extreme violence” in the Mideast. (more…)

JPOST reports: Ex-Mossad chief tells Aaron 'Israel, Saudis should unite'

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The former head of Israel’s vaunted intelligence agency Mossad said on Sunday that the nuclear deal struck between Iran and Western powers offers Jerusalem an opening to join “a new Middle Eastern order.”

Shabtai Shavit, who served as Mossad director from 1989 to 1996, told US radio broadcaster Aaron Klein that Israel now has even more impetus to make common cause with Sunni Arab countries who are nervous over the West’s overtures toward their common nemesis – Iran.

“I believe that in the present time there is a widow of opportunity for Israel in order to try and pursue a new order in the Middle East,” Shavit said.

The former spy chief said that Sunni states like Egypt, Jordan, and the Gulf sheikhdoms share Israel’s suspicions about Iran, giving the Jewish state a de facto membership in the moderate camp.

Read more: jpost.com