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RPI “postpones” screening of “American Sniper”

This was my response to Mr. Brond, Vice President for Strategic Communications & External Relations at RPI, and his announcement that a screening of “American Sniper” had been postponed (announcement is provided below) at the request of the RPI Muslim Students Association. Response to Mr. Brond: “American Sniper” is a movie. Attend the screening or… Read More

Muslim woman killed for allegedly burning a Quran

Another milestone in the decline of civilization could be witnessed last Thursday (March 19) in Kabul. A Muslim woman was killed by a mob after being accused of desecrating a Quran. No need to wait for verifying the facts. No need to seek review of the circumstances by competent imams. Just go with how you and… Read More

The Time for a Muslim Reformation is Now

  Background Unlike what Americans are used to in the codified separation of civil law and individual religious beliefs, in Islam, there is no distinction between religious and secular—every aspect of life is subject to Sharia Law. Sharia is based on the Quran, Sira, and Hadith. The latter two are writings regarding the perfect example… Read More

PC(USA) wrongly divests of companies in Israel

At its latest General Assembly a few weeks ago, the Presbyterian Church (USA) passed a measure to divest of Caterpillar, Hewlett-Packard, and Motorola holdings because those companies ” . . . . contribute to the Israeli occupation of Palestine.” Below is my letter to the denomination, sent today and which strongly opposes that measure.  … Read More

Are professors in our colleges suppressing freedoms?

An article by Cary Nelson in today’s Wall Street Journal highlights the disturbingly biased, anti-Israeli views of many of today’s elitist (as they no doubt hold themselves to be) educators. How, as the author implicitly questions, can Rima Najjar Merriman, a professor supporting a resolution urging the US to contest Israel’s denials of entry to… Read More

Big government is here and NOT working

The Wall Street Journal today (December 12) contained articles on how the US government authorized performing lobotomies on combat veterans after WWII, denying the existence of radioactive sites (including one in NYC) for over 25 years, and HHS fudging numbers on Obamacare in a continuance of a fraud on the public. Certainly a wonderful set… Read More

A realistic view of Iran’s nuclear effort

The comic definition of insanity is to do the same thing repeatedly while expecting different results. America’s foreign policy is stuck in this cycle. Norman Podhoretz offers a sober view of the alternatives. The plot of my novel, The Masada Protocol, is seeming less and less fictional. Let’s pray that it stays so. Strike Iran… Read More

Major Nidal Hasan, the Ugly American

So, Major Nidal Hasan, born in the United States of the Muslim faith, openly admits he shot and killed 13 of his fellow soldiers and wounded over 30 more. His defense is that he felt compelled to defend Islam. Well, let’s not delay this Sword of Allah, Minion of Mohammed, and Defender of the Faith… Read More

Sir Winston Churchill’s views of Islam

“How dreadful are the curses which Mohammedanism lays on its votaries! Besides the fanatical frenzy, which is as dangerous in a man as hydrophobia in a dog, there is this fearful fatalistic apathy. The effects are apparent in many countries, improvident habits, slovenly systems of agriculture, sluggish methods of commerce, and insecurity of property exist… Read More

UN criticizes Israel’s settlement policy

So, the UN has opined that Israel’s overall settlement policy clearly violates the human rights of Palestinians. The UN is a place where history is invented, not made. The UN has never stood by the State of Israel, created by its own Resolution 181, and ignominiously failed to defend the new State by the use… Read More

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Tightly constructed, fast moving story line, well researched, good character development and unexpected plot twists. I am looking forward to his next one.

Juanita C. Collins

The Masada Protocol is a fast paced read akin to Lee Child and Harlan Coben. Excellent research on the Middle East and an interesting premis on the ongoing conflict in that area. Can’t wait to read Steve’s next adventure.

Dennis Flaherty

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Masada - a UNESCO World Heritage site



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