The Real Battle Between Good and Evil

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On Sabbath eve of July 21st, the Salomon family in the Israeli community of Halamish prepared a “Shalom Zachor” celebration to welcome their new-born baby grandson. As they set out sweets and refreshments for their expected guests, a 19-year-old Palestinian stranger burst into the home and stabbed four members of the family, and killing three of them, ranging in age from 36 to 70.

The savage assault coated the floor of the kitchen and dining room with literally gallons of spilled blood, before an off-duty soldier, hearing the commotion in a neighboring home, shot and apprehended the terrorist.

The terror organization Hamas hailed the “operation” as “heroic” and the UN representative for the Palestinian Authority refused to condemn it. These reactions highlight the nature of the ongoing, worldwide struggle against Islamo-Nazi terror.

It’s not about borders, or mosques, or metal detectors: it’s about good and evil, life versus death. Our domestic political differences look trivial by comparison.

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  1. Jim Bird  •  Aug 1, 2017 at 3:03 am

    "Our domestic differences look trivial by comparison." Five dead or wounded cops in Dallas, Black Lives Matters goes to White House, three more dead cops in Philly (I think) – I can make a plausible case that without BLM and Obama being President, the cops would be alive unharmed today. Those American atrocities happened the same week.

    So what do these two events have in common besides death by terrorists? Nothing except you're comparing apples to oranges again. Our job as America in the world, is to protect our smaller allies. Obama of course tries to overthrow Netanyahu because he hates Jews. Trump promises protection for Israel but you hate Trump.

    What is your point about "we have it better than Israel" and a bunch of other country comparisons? We don't want to be like them BUT THAT IS WHERE THE DEM PARTY AND DC ARE TAKING US RIGHT NOW AND HAS BEEN DOING SO FOR SOMETIME.

    You seem to ignore the most obvious of facts and trivialize the atrocities.

  2. As Johnson  •  Aug 4, 2017 at 5:49 pm

    Medved is a liberal calling himself a conservative and likes to tell others who will listen to him what ever those want to hear.
    No matter what anyone posts on these comment section Medved will not reply and likes to hang up on anyone calling in to his show who is making a good point ,ops dropped call I don't buy that
    Medved was scheduled to attend a Lincoln day dinner where I am but cancelled at the last minute and it was said schedule conflict …right
    So my message to you Medved when will you stop the false facade, I am sure you read these posts and I would tell you in person that you are a fraud as I already had my say to Chris Vance another traitor to the GOP
    We need to oust these RINO's

  3. troon62  •  Aug 4, 2017 at 8:49 pm

    Michael's commentary is spot-on. As our world drifts, seemingly inexorably, into a permanent embrace of moral relativism, many of us are no longer able, or willing, to identify those who bring good into the world versus those whose evil designs cause such catastrophic destruction. It's simple: Stalin was evil; Mao was evil; Hitler was the personification of evil; the East Germans were evil; the Sandinistas were and are evil; the Castros were and are evil; Mugabe was and is evil; the Iranian theocrats are evil; Putin is evil; the vile North Korean leadership is evil; ISIS and its adherents are evil; common murderers and sexual predators are evil. And the list goes on and on. Tragically, far too many Americans, given their mistaken belief that this country is the root of evil, condone or ignore those many actors. Even more concerning, our public schools are all too eager to indoctrinate their young charges in the 'America is flawed and wrong' mantra. We cannot long remain a beacon of liberty for the rest of the world if our younger generation doesn't recognize the enormous force for good we have played on the world stage.

    • Jim Bird  •  Aug 5, 2017 at 1:18 am

      Beautifully stated!

  4. Truth hurts  •  Aug 5, 2017 at 4:34 pm

    Medved's loyalty is to isreal. He would risk American lives to advance Jewish causes even if it weren't in america's best interest. In a heartbeat.

    • Rizzo  •  Aug 9, 2017 at 8:39 am

      Wow…. Another leftist anti-Semite. What a shocker.

  5. David Dumford  •  Aug 5, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    I have written to Michael with no response which I just chalked up to his busy schedule.He was an anti-Trumper which certainly is his right but now I do not believe his support is sincere.

  6. Johnny Cuyana  •  Aug 12, 2017 at 1:37 pm

    MM., so very sad … this important and tragic story; however, as usual, again you miss the overall point; which, in my mind, is the real tragedy; where a person of your intellect and "voice" can not [?] recognize and communicate the overriding foundational anti-humanity [anti-God] issue immediately at-hand.

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