Saudi Arabia on Townhall

Steve Deace - Sat Nov 30

Rich Galen - Mon Nov 25

Cliff May - Thu Nov 21

Rachel Marsden - Wed Nov 13

John Ransom - Tue Oct 29

Cliff May - Thu Oct 24

Rich Galen - Mon Oct 21

Nicole Bailey - Sat Oct 19

Saudi Arabia was elected to a seat in the UN Security Council but quickly rejected that position and slammed the council for its "double standards" in diplomacy. The event particularly highlights Saudi frustration with the US and with the international community for failing to intervene in Syria, where Saudi has backed the rebels against Assad. Saudi suspicion of the warming relationship between the US and Iran only complicates matters. ... more

George Jarkesy - Wed Aug 28

Taylor Colwell - Tue Aug 20

The Obama administration has decided to hold part of the $1.23 billion the United States gives to the Egyptian military each year. It could halt aid on a more permanent basis after a review process is concluded. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Fri Jul 19

Diana West - Fri Apr 26

Let’s pick up where last week's column left off with that Saudi national in Boston – Abdul Rahman Ali Alharbi, the 20-year-old “student” who was acting suspiciously enough after the Boston bombing to be “detained” under guard at the hospital and named a person of interest in the April 15 attack. ... more

John Ransom - Tue Apr 23

Don’t expect the government to keep you safe kiddies. I have no doubt that the people who work for the FBI and the Boston police very much want to keep us safe. I doubt very much that the political masters in charge have even half a mind to do it, however, if Newtown, CT or Aurora, CO are guides. ... more

Todd Starnes - Mon Apr 22

The Saudi national who was initially detained and then ruled out as a suspect in the Boston Marathon terrorist attack had been flagged on a terror watch list and was granted a student visa without being properly vetted, sources have told me. ... more

Washington, D.C. - Wed Apr 17

Deputy Spokesman Patrick Ventrell told the State Department press pool not to "read too much into" the fact that the press was cut out of a meeting on Monday night with Secretary Kerry and the Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia. ... more

Michelle Malkin - Fri Mar 22

It's business as usual in the post-9/11 world. Your federal government is back to pandering to wealthy travelers from Saudi Arabia. In the eyes of our massive homeland security apparatus, the comfort of Saudis is a higher priority than the safety of American citizens. ... more