OPINIONS: The Circus Investigates Muslim Extremism, # Obama’s New Ambassador to China: Not so “Squeaky Clean”, # Obama Administration Seeks Terrorism Help – from Muslim Brotherhood Spinoff, # Why So Many Americans Hate Obama

March 11, 2011
By CMAC

Obama:

‘The best revolutions are organic’
James Lewis
We finally have a quote from Obama that sounds authentic. More

The Soft Evil of Barack Obama
Stuart Schwartz
We have a leader in the vanguard of a malevolence pushing into the mainstream through a thousand barely perceptible actions and words. More

Pawlenty AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta 

Why Tim Pawlenty is the Republican to beat

The Week – Thu Mar 10, 7:09 am ET New York – The former Minnesota governor may become the surprise frontrunner in 2012, says Jonathan Chait in The New Republic Full Story »

Why does the right wing hate trains?

The Week – Thu Mar 10, 6:42 am ET

Can Saudi Arabia prevent a ‘day of rage’?

The Week – Thu Mar 10, 8:10 am ET

Ted Kennedy’s Vietnam Plot
Paul Kengor
An eye-opening March 2, 1967 memo, written by an FBI officer whose name is redacted, raises a troubling episode in the late Senator’s career. More

The University of Chicago, The Black Community, and Obama
Jonathan David Carson
The University of Chicago has decided to destroy the boyhood home of Ronald Reagan in Hyde Park. That’s the University of Chicago I know and do not love. More

There Is No Democracy Movement In Egypt
Karin McQuillan
In Egypt, as in America, it’s the economy, stupid. More

The Curious Case of Ron Paul
Andrew Foy, MD
Kind of like a rock star, a nerdy professor, and your crazy uncle rolled into one. More

The Leftist-Libertarian Security Policy Problem
Adam Cassandra
The popular libertarian movement in America today adheres to a view on national security and foreign policy that can best be described as leftism wrapped in a Gadsden flag. More

Homegrown Radicalism: Moderate Muslims Have Much at Stake

Karen Lugo

While supporters of Islamism wrongly condemn the hearings on homegrown radicalism as “discriminatory,” the positive role of moderate Muslims must not be ignored.

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  • Live video: Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami

    The Week – Fri Mar 11, 4:34 am ET

    New York – A massive 8.9-magnitude earthquake — one of the most powerful in 100 years — rocks the island nation… and sends a tsunami roaring through the Pacific Ocean Full Story »

  • Good Christian Women Should Boo

    Brent Bozell III – Fri Mar 11, 3:00 am ET

    Creators Syndicate – Today’s installment of the Decline and Fall of Western Civilization comes from Hollywood — as if that’s a surprise. Tinseltown is demeaning Christianity again — as if that’s a surprise, too. But this time, it’s not some gutter-mouthed punk. This time, it’s a network doing it, formally. ABC has approved a pilot with the title “Good Christian Bitches.” Full Story »

  • All Things Contemptible

    Mona Charen – Fri Mar 11, 3:00 am ET

    Creators Syndicate – James O’Keefe, who is now felling executives of National Public Radio as he previously trap-doored ACORN, must be a deeply cynical young man. How else could he have imagined that ACORN workers in several cities would cheerfully offer to help him set up brothels using underage Central American girls? Full Story »

  • The Alley

    Susan Estrich – Fri Mar 11, 3:00 am ET

    Creators Syndicate – I made it to the corner. Full Story »

  • Obama’s New Ambassador to China: Not so “Squeaky Clean”

    Michelle Malkin – Fri Mar 11, 3:00 am ET

    Creators Syndicate – Editor’s Note: The following column by Michelle Malkin is an updated version of a Malkin column originally published in February 2009. Full Story »

  • After the Revolution

    Pat Buchanan – Fri Mar 11, 3:00 am ET

    Creators Syndicate – “Democracy … arises out of the notion that those who are equal in any respect are equal in all respects,” said Aristotle. Full Story »

  • Caution on Wisconsin Vote

    Linda Chavez – Fri Mar 11, 3:00 am ET

    Creators Syndicate – Caution on Wisconsin Vote Full Story »

  • A genetic test to find the next Michael Jordan

    The Week – Fri Mar 11, 2:00 am ET

    New York – Controversial mail-order tests claim to determine whether your kid is biologically predisposed to be an athletic superstar Full Story »

  • The Circus Investigates Muslim Extremism

    RealClearPolitics.com – Fri Mar 11, 1:00 am ET

    The first Muslim member of Congress wept. Two moderate Muslims, whose kin became extremists, called for confronting Muslim extremists. Full Story »

  • MYSTERIOUS DRAMA IN PAKISTAN MAY HAVE WIDE-REACHING CONSEQUENCES

    Georgie Anne Geyer – Thu Mar 10, 10:38 pm ET

    WASHINGTON — While the U.S. media have been obsessed with the revolutions across the Middle East, especially in long-forgotten Libya, another drama of likely equal importance has been working itself out more quietly in Pakistan. Indeed, the future of the American-Pakistan relationship might well hang upon it. Full Story »

* VIDEOS * TODAY’S HOT PICKS *

1. Video: 8.9 Earthquake and Tsunami Hit Japan (Hawaii on alert!)
2. New video: NPR was going to accept Muslim Education Action Center donation and hide it from the government
3. Video: Senator Rand
Paul to Administration energy official: Why are you pro-choice on abortion but not on toilets and light bulbs?
4. Video: Andrea Mitchell to GOP Rep: We’re Both White So We Can’t Sympathize With Muslims Being Offended
5. Video: Sarkozy calls on EU to recognize Libyan rebels
6. Video: Gov. Chris Christie’s brash style deemed ‘hot and sexy’ at town hall Meeting
7. Video: Muslim Rep. Ellison Weeps During Islam Hearing Testimony
8. Video: Megyn Kelly Exposes Jesse Jackson’s Double Standard on Democracy
9. White House: This Wisconsin bill violates President’s principles about “coming together”

 

 

The GOP’s Bizarro Economics – Bob Shrum, The Week
Obama’s Attempt to Europeanize America – Dan Hannan, Wall St. Journal
We Can’t Afford Dramatic, Ideological Cuts – Sens. Feinstein & Boxer, SFC
Strange Logic on Planet Washington – Jonah Goldberg, New York Post
Crisis Is Over, But Where’s the Fix? – Floyd Norris, New York Times
WH’s Social Security Fraud – Charles Krauthammer, Hartford Courant
Governor Walker’s Coup D’Etat – Robert Reich, Talking Points Memo
Sweet Victory for GOP in Wisconsin – Jim Geraghty, National Review
Circus Investigates Muslim Extremism – David Paul Kuhn, RealClearPolitics
Peter King’s Theatrical Hearing – Eugene Robinson, Indianapolis Star
Keith Ellison’s Weepy Tale Is Bogus – Matthew Shaffer, National Review
A No-Fly Zone Needed for Libya – Sen. John Kerry, Washington Post
Jerry Brown’s Prophecy of Fiscal Armageddon – George Skelton, LA Times
California’s Demographic Dilemma: Class vs Culture – Joel Kotkin, Forbes
Pawlenty Gets a Tough Question in New Hampshire – Scott Conroy, RCP
Something Old, Something Newt – Michael Crowley, Time
Gingrich Gets His Patriotism On – John Kass, Chicago Tribune
Election 2012: Indiana First Lady Cheri Daniels Raises Her Profile

Editorials

Wisconsin’s Walker Has His PATCO Moment – Investor’s Business Daily
It’s Not Over in Wisconsin – New York Times
Obama Plays the Medi-Scare Card Against GOP – Washington Examiner
Afghanistan Drags On – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

Europe Takes the Lead in Defending Freedom and Western Values

by Ryan Mauro

While President Obama stays in the background, European leaders have moved to the forefront of efforts to protect the West from Islamic extremism.

Former security agency accused of instigating violence in Cairo.
Egypt tahrir revolution mubarak 2011 3 11
Jon Jensen – Friday, March 11, 2011 – 06:48
A week of violent clashes has underscored a growing perception among Egyptians that the regime they overthrew is alive and well. full story

Special Reports

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What We’re Talking About When We Talk About Big Government

by David Steinberg

Behold: the structure of redundancy, stupidity, and unconstitutional power the 100-year fog of leftism has created.

BREAKING: Iran Official Admits Aiding Hezbollah, Says Middle East Oil Will Be Cut Off To West

by ‘Reza Kahlili’

In a translation exclusive to PJM, the Commander of the Basij forces — Brigadier General Mohammad-Reza Naghdi — makes a stunning admission and a remarkable threat.

‘Even the Liberal New York Times Writes….’

by Ron Radosh

A dissection of a mixed-up Times lead editorial that attempts to oppose Scott Walker in Wisconsin for trying to take on public sector unions, while supporting Andrew Cuomo in New York for trying to do the same thing. (And don’t miss Ed Driscoll on “Two Papers in One.”)

In Defense of Uncivil Speech

by Robert Shibley

We don’t lament the fact that some people in American history had to be rude, recalcitrant, or peacefully disruptive to make their points.

Don’t Let Gaddafi Retire as Tyrant Emeritus in Venezuela

by Claudia Rosett

Chavez is embarked on an array of monstrous projects for which an exiled Gaddafi, pitching his tent in Venezuela, could be a font of expert advice.

In Through the Abattoir

by Ed Driscoll

Charting the Great Celebrity Implosion of the 21st century.

From Saigon to Baghdad

by Michael J. Totten

Michael Totten gets the opinions of Rick Francona — one of our preeminent intelligence analysts — on his specialties: North Africa, the Levant, and the Gulf.

Led by a Follower: The Danger of a Weak President

by Chris Salcedo

Obama defers to the tyrants and the UN, and the world is more dangerous because of it.

Obama and the Tea Party — the Race Card Keeps on Turning

by Roger L Simon

The left keeps accusing the right of racism and the right keeps denying it, demanding evidence, which is never forthcoming. Not once. But that doesn’t stop the left. They continue the accusations — and President Obama believes them.

The Iranian Civil War

by Michael Ledeen

You know that famous satellite photo of the Korean peninsula, the one where the south is all aglitter with lights and the north is virtually all dark? The mullahs want to turn off all the cultural and informational lights except for a few that they control. Fortunately though, it’s too late for that.

PJM Exclusive: Congress Questions SEC Chief’s Involvement in New Madoff Scandal

by Richard Pollock

SEC Chairwoman Mary Schapiro’s general counsel personally profited from Bernard Madoff, which Schapiro knew about. Today, Rep. Darrell Issa and Rep. Charles Grassley asked her for answers.

 

Libya: Would Intervention be Practical or Even Desirable?

Andrew McCarthy

A rational assessment of America’s relationship to Libya, weighing up the pros and cons of intervention.

Tyrants Have a Long History

Dr. Laina Farhat-Holzman

Since civilizations began, tyrants have seized power and oppressed those underneath them. Such a tradition won’t go away just because we think we are “modern.”

“Libya Hawks”???

Diana West

Washington has a strange new bird. It has been seen alighting in potentially dangerous numbers on the Right side of the political spectrum, neoconservative wavelength…

The Party’s Over

Alan Caruba

Statistics never quite bring home the extent of an economic downturn as much as seeing a familiar town with closed stores and businesses and “For Sale” signs…

Tears Help Radical Rep. Ellison Deflect Scrutiny of His Own Record

Cliff Kincaid

Is Keith Ellison truly sensitive, or is he just using cheap and manipulative drama queen tactics?

Obama’s Latest Ambassador to China: Not so “Squeaky Clean”

Michelle Malkin

Gary Locke has been nominated to be the U.S. ambassador to China. But is he suitable for the job?

Quote of the Day – March 11, 2011

FSM: Quote of the Day

When a policy on Libya is not a policy…

Breaking News: NPR and HAMAS Merge!

Cost-savings and Common Goals Cited as Reasons

Ralph Peters

Newly installed in her Gaza City office, National Public Radio’s Vice News Chief (Oppression and Victimization Department) Consuela “Muffy” Leer-Geist looks right at home…

Homegrown Radicalism: Moderate Muslims Have Much at Stake

Karen Lugo

While supporters of Islamism wrongly condemn the hearings on homegrown radicalism as “discriminatory,” the positive role of moderate Muslims must not be ignored.

Turkey and the Restoration of the Caliphate

Janet Levy

The Islamists’ fight against modernization and secularization never really ended in Turkey, particularly among its rural population. Will Turkey reanimate its Islamist past?

Government Shutdowns and Death Threats…Bring It On

Frank Salvato

One thing is clear through the recent Progressive onslaught in government: If Progressives don’t get their way, if they aren’t allowed special privilege, they will cry about the “process.”

Obama Administration Seeks Terrorism Help – from Muslim Brotherhood Spinoff

Ben Johnson

Why is the administration using the consultancy services of a group that was an unindicted co-conspirator in the HLF trial, and which supports the terrorist group Hamas?

Today’s Hot Topics

We choose, you peruse.

 

  1. Major tsunami damage in N Japan after 8.9 quake

  2. King stands by hearing on Islamic radicals (WT)

  3. GOP Senators Introduce Tough, New Detainee Legislation — Gitmo to Remain Open Indefinitely (FOX)

  4. Darrell Issa: White House influencing net neutrality (POLITICO)

  5. White House seeks government monitoring of children’s speech (DAILY CALLER)

  6. Revolts Raise Fear of Migration in Europe (NYT)

  7. Senator Wants Intel Chief (Clapper) Gone After He Claims Russia, China Pose ‘Mortal’ Threat (FOX)

  8. ‘We’ve Surrendered the Constitution to the Jihadists,’ Muslim Witness Says at Hearing on Radicalization of U.S. Muslims (CNS)

  9. Former President George H. W. Bush Honors Reagan With Public Service Award

  10. Taliban Responsible for Huge Numbers of Civilians Deaths (FOX)

  11. Planet Washington By JONAH GOLDBERG

 

 

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The “Battle for Our America” Series – Part One

Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely, US Army (Ret)

The first of a new series in which a pointed analysis of the current condition of America’s Republic will be presented, explaining what “We the People” can do to restore its status.

The Mother of All Anxieties

Book Review: Muslim Attitudes Towards the Jews

Nancy Kobrin, PhD

Nancy Kobrin reviews and recommends a book that examines – from a variety of perspectives – the Muslim attitudes towards Israel and Jews.

Will Rep. King Expose Rep. Ellison’s Pro-Terrorist Record?

Cliff Kincaid

Rep. Keith Ellison has previously described Symbionese Liberation Army terrorist Sara Jane Olson as a “freedom fighter”. Does this cloud his judgment on Islamic terrorism and extremism?

Iran, the Muslim Brotherhood, Allen West and Jihad

Stakelbeck on Terror

Erick Stakelbeck

In this week’s episode of Stakelbeck on Terror, the Muslim Brotherhood is described, Iran is put under scrutiny and Rep. Allen West is interviewed about America’s homegrown jihad.

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Japan Earthquake

Japan’s terrifying tsunami

The most powerful earthquake ever recorded near Japan sends a deadly wall of water crashing into the island nation, and sparks tsunami warnings in the U.S.

Best opinion:Business Insider, Huff. Post

Parenting Controversies  

Hoping for Harvard? Parents eager to get their teenagers into the ivys will likely have to fork over some cash for private admissions counselors.

 

How to get your kid into the Ivy League

March 11, 2011, at 11:45 AMFor a fee, says Andrew Ferguson, a new kind of counselor can make any teen look like Harvard material

Japan Earthquake  

A geoscience monitor shows the curve of the earthquake that hit Japan, the fifth strongest quake ever recorded.

 

Japan’s devastating earthquake: How it ranks in world history

March 11, 2011, at 11:32 AMJapan’s 8.9-magnitude quake is one of the most powerful ever recorded. Here’s how it compares to other historic temblors

Arab Revolts  

America's intel chief predicts that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's regime "will prevail" in the long run.

 

Is Gadhafi going to win?

March 11, 2011, at 11:03 AMAmerica’s intelligence chief predicts that the Libyan “regime will prevail.” Can Gadhafi really crush the rebellion?

Union Showdowns  

Wisconsin activists protest Gov. Scott Walker's controversial budget bill that was passed Thursday in the absence of state Democrats.

 

Wisconsin’s union showdown: Winners and losers

March 11, 2011, at 10:37 AMNow that state Republicans have passed Gov. Scott Walker’s divisive anti-union bill, who stands to gain the most — and least — from the month-long clash?

Supporting Democracy in Middle East and North Africa Means Standing by the People
Nima Sharif – 3/11/2011
While, the Iranian post-election unrest back in 2009 did not come to a favourable conclusion, it had a considerable influence on people in North Africa and Middle East encouraging them to stand up for their desires of freedom.

Why So Many Americans Hate Obama
Joel S. Hirschhorn – 3/11/2011
I can explain why so many Americans are angry about President Obama and dislike or hate him with passion, and why it has little to do with his actions and policies. But first I must examine the confluence of two historical inflection points that explains so much resentment and opposition to Obama.

Macedonia’s Hopeful Holocaust
Sam Vaknin, Ph.D. – 3/10/2011
Macedonia boasts one of only four major Holocaust memorials in the world (the others are in Jerusalem, Washington, and Berlin). For a country of 2 million people with fewer than 130 Jews and no tourism to speak of this is a curious circumstance. That Hitler’s “Mein Kampf” is a bestseller in Macedonia and old people still believe in anti-Semitic blood libels renders the whole affair a travesty.

The Emerging Discourse in Iran’s Politics is Commitment to Democracy and Separation of Mosque and State
Kambiz Basetvat – 3/10/2011
Why with an overwhelming popular opposition to the Islamic republic (IR) and the regime’s engagement in one serious crisis after another still IR survives year after year? This is the agonizing question Iranian’s political observers fail to find a satisfactory answer for. Could the answer be the existence of a considerable indirect and secretive supports for the regime amid the regime’s well known oppositions? If this speculation carries any validity, the question which begs for an answer will be; who are these indirect and secretive supporters of the IR, who carries the burden of Islamic Repu…

Made in Lagos for Nigeria
Dr Anthony A Kila – 3/10/2011
It is a common practice amongst social scientists and political philosophers that occupy themselves with the thought of how best to manage or improve their country and world to seek and study model places that they can use as example to embody their ideas and to convince those that should care about what to aspire to become. Nowhere is perfect, hence, models are hard to find. Thinkers are therefore forced to find their models in three ways: mostly by digging into the past, sometimes by cutting and pasting pieces from various states or even by inventing their own imaginary states.

Japan Earthquake  

Video footage shows the area in northeastern Japan hit by the tsunami that followed the 8.9-magnitude earthquake Friday.

 

Japan’s terrifying tsunami

March 11, 2011, at 9:43 AMThe most powerful earthquake ever recorded near Japan sends a deadly wall of water crashing into the island nation, and sparks tsunami warnings in the U.S.

Japan Earthquake  

Northeastern Japan is rocked by tsunami waves after Friday's record-breaking 8.9 earthquake.

 

Live video: Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami

March 11, 2011, at 9:34 AMA massive 8.9-magnitude earthquake — one of the most powerful in 100 years — rocks the island nation… and sends a tsunami roaring through the Pacific Ocean

Parenting Controversies  

A mail-order test can reportedly identify genes related to athletic attributes, helping parents guide sporty kids.

 

A genetic test to find the next Michael Jordan

March 11, 2011, at 7:00 AMControversial mail-order tests claim to determine whether your kid is biologically predisposed to be an athletic superstar

U.S. Opinion  

Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Chris Jakubauskas is treated after being hit last season by a line drive; would a helmet have protected him?

 

Should MLB pitchers wear helmets?

March 11, 2011, at 6:40 AMAmid concern over head injuries, a sporting-goods company develops an accessory that would shield pitchers from batted balls

Puzzles+Contests  

It was just a matter of time before Charlie Sheen's rant inspired t-shirts (pictured). Could a talk show be next?

 

The Week contest: Sheen show – March 18, 2011

March 11, 2011, at 6:22 AMSome Hollywood producer is undoubtedly thinking of creating a new show for Charlie Sheen. What would it be called?

Should women use the morning-after pill as birth control?

March 10, 2011, at 6:27 PMAccording to a new report, emergency contraception might also work well for non-emergencies — but is using the Plan B pill that way a wise idea?

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U.S. Opinion  

Some of the suspects arrested for the alleged gang rape of an 11-year-old Texas girl.

 

The New York Times’ ‘sloppy, slanted’ child rape story

March 10, 2011, at 5:59 PMSome commentators are outraged by the paper’s handling of a story about an 11-year-old girl in Texas who was allegedly gang-raped. Others say the Times merely did its job

10 Comments

Future of the GOP  

Robert Shrum

 

The GOP’s bizarro economics

March 10, 2011, at 5:25 PMThe party’s plan is to find some way to take credit if prosperity takes hold — or find a way to make sure it doesn’t

40 Comments

Charlie Sheen’s Meltdown  

Charlie Sheen replaced Michael J. Fox on "Spin City," but now it is Sheen's character on "Two and a Half Men" that needs a successor.

 

Replacing Charlie Sheen: 10 more shows that switched stars

March 10, 2011, at 4:45 PMCBS is looking for Sheen’s successor on “Two and a Half Men.” TV history proves that losing a star doesn’t have to mean death for a show

5 Comments

Technology  

Yes, that is a real, homemade laser gun and, yes, you can have one... for a price.

 

The ‘menacing’ homemade laser gun

March 10, 2011, at 4:08 PMAn enterprising hobbyist handcrafts a Star Wars-like weapon that actually works. Just call it “every mother’s worst nightmare”

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Deconstructing Obama Book-TV debut
March 11, 2011
Sunday morning at 10 AM Eastern C-SPAN II premieres a presentation by Jack Cashill on its worthy Book-TV program. Set your videorecorders. More

Japan hit by 8.9 earthquake
March 11, 2011
Bad, but could have been much worse More

Scarborough for Senate?
March 11, 2011
The NRSCC is serious about recruiting him. More

Incredible – NPR exec caught on tape saying he would hide donation from Muslim Brotherhood from government
March 11, 2011
Lenin’s boast comes to mind. More

There’s no crying in politics, right?
March 11, 2011
C’mon, guys. Turn off the waterworks and “man up,” as Sharon Angle would say. More

Bullying really isn’t what it used to be
March 11, 2011
“Safe Schools,” by design, are social engineering. More

HHS waivers playing into GOP hands on Obamacare repeal
March 11, 2011
Another reason for repeal. More

Cowards, More Cowards, and Heroes
March 11, 2011
Victory is at hand in Wisconsin, but as with any wounded animal the leftists are snapping their teeth and threatening to bite. More

Stop government funding of La Raza
March 11, 2011
The radical Hispanic group has received $12 million of our tax dollars in recent years. More

Obama’s timidity on Libya encouraging Gaddafi
March 11, 2011
Nothing to be done but watch this train wreck of a presidency play itself out. More

Is Obama a radical or a typical Democrat
March 11, 2011
The ‘toxic stew’ of Obama’s Democratic regime offers much to run against. More

Budget Cuts Lingo, Stranger Than Fiction
March 10, 2011
The sane version and the insane version. More

Deconstructing Obama Book-TV debut
March 11, 2011
Sunday morning at 10 AM Eastern C-SPAN II premieres a presentation by Jack Cashill on its worthy Book-TV program. Set your videorecorders. More

Japan hit by 8.9 earthquake
March 11, 2011
Bad, but could have been much worse More

Wisconsin Unions Only Have Themselves to Blame »

by Rich Trzupek

Dairy State Democrats wasted every opportunity for compromise. …

March 11 2011 / Comments (22) / Read More »

Walker: A Man of His Word »

by Arnold Ahlert

Wisconsin’s governor brings boldness back to conservatism. …

March 11 2011 / Comments (12) / Read More »

Symposium: The Red Arabs »

by Jamie Glazov

How Arab socialists and Islamists have been preparing for this Mideast moment….

March 11 2011 / Comments (0) / Read More »

Ron Schiller, YouTube Thespian »

by Daniel Flynn

NPR has become a parody of itself….

March 11 2011 / Comments (10) / Read More »

What’s the Matter with Boycotting Israel? »

by Nichole Hungerford

How terrorist propaganda became a humanitarian cause celebre. …

March 11 2011 / Comments (6) / Read More »

A Muslim Reformer vs. the Ground Zero Mosque »

by Frontpagemag.com

Raheel Raza joins Jamie Glazov’s video series to explain why she was threatened by the developers of Park51….

March 11 2011 / Comments (1) / Read More »

Norman Finkelstein’s Conspiratorial Universe »

by Gideon Spitzer

The collaborator comes to the University of Pennsylvania….

March 11 2011 / Comments (4) / Read More »

Why Totalitarians Hate Jews »

by George Jochnowitz

The unholy ties that bind leftists and Islamists….

March 11 2011 / Comments (5) / Read More »

Israel: A Bastion of Freedom »

by Fred Gedrich

If Arab protesters seek a democratic model to emulate, they needn’t look too far….

March 11 2011 / Comments (3) / Read More »

Boston U’s Students for Israel Pretends the Campus Anti-Semites Don’t Exist »

by Sara Dogan

Rachelle Rubin urges the Freedom Center not to defend Israel on her campus, lest it offend the Arab population….

March 10 2011 / Comments (80) / Read More »

Muslim Radicalization Inquiry Brings Out the Radicals »

by Daniel Flynn

Why does Peter King, not Islamic terrorism, elicit outrage?…

March 10 2011 / Comments (31) / Read More »

Scarborough for Senate?
March 11, 2011
The NRSCC is serious about recruiting him. More

Incredible – NPR exec caught on tape saying he would hide donation from Muslim Brotherhood from government
March 11, 2011
Lenin’s boast comes to mind. More

There’s no crying in politics, right?
March 11, 2011
C’mon, guys. Turn off the waterworks and “man up,” as Sharon Angle would say. More

Bullying really isn’t what it used to be
March 11, 2011
“Safe Schools,” by design, are social engineering. More

HHS waivers playing into GOP hands on Obamacare repeal
March 11, 2011
Another reason for repeal. More

Cowards, More Cowards, and Heroes
March 11, 2011
Victory is at hand in Wisconsin, but as with any wounded animal the leftists are snapping their teeth and threatening to bite. More

Stop government funding of La Raza
March 11, 2011
The radical Hispanic group has received $12 million of our tax dollars in recent years. More

Obama’s timidity on Libya encouraging Gaddafi
March 11, 2011
Nothing to be done but watch this train wreck of a presidency play itself out. More

Is Obama a radical or a typical Democrat
March 11, 2011
The ‘toxic stew’ of Obama’s Democratic regime offers much to run against. More

Budget Cuts Lingo, Stranger Than Fiction
March 10, 2011
The sane version and the insane version. More


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