Uproar in Georgia over U.S. Ambassador's Pro-Palestinian Maneuvering

The Republic of Georgia is in an uproar.  Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili has issued a statement about the explosive revelations I broke in the American Thinker in December: that the U.S. ambassador to Georgia, Richard Norland, whispered in his ear to vote in favor of the U.N. resolution declaring a "Palestinian" state, which is diametrically opposed to official U.S. policy.   But why should anyone be surprised?  People actually seem taken aback by the nomination of the virulently Jew-hating Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense, when actually everything in Obama's foreign policy points to this very tendency.  If Obama had appointed John Bolton, or anyone else pro-Israel, that would have been a shock.  But the kapos are wringing their hands over Hagel?  Really?  Obama's anti-Israel stance has been fiercely consistent, as I exposed in my 2009 true-life political thriller, The Post-American Presidency.   The revelations about Ivanishvili and...(Read Full Article)