P. David Hornik is a freelance writer and translator living in Beersheva. His memoir, Israel Odyssey: A Journey of Coming of Age and Finding Peace in the Middle East, is forthcoming later this year from Liberty Island. In addition to PJ Media his work has appeared on Frontpage Magazine, New English Review, American Spectator, American Thinker, The Times of Israel, the Jerusalem Post, the Jewish Press, Ynetnews, Israel National News, Moment, and others. David has long made his home in Israel, having grown up in the U.S.; his previous book is Choosing Life in Israel (Freedom Press International, 2013).

WRITTEN BY P. David Hornik
Both in Britain and the U.S., people are getting fed up with funding the barbarism.
He seems willing to start yet another "peace process" when Abbas visits in May.
Progressive U.S. Jews reject the opinions of their Israeli cousins.
While Iran violates his nuclear deal, Obama wants Boeing to sell them planes.
Israeli analysts agree: the dangers are getting worse, fast.
His early accomplishments were in defense. His later appeasements brought carnage.