The New York Times continues to operate in a delusional bubble. In an article last Friday about the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, entitled “Islamist Group Is Poised to Be a Power in Egypt, but Its Intentions Are Unclear,” the reporter Scott Shane actually compared the Muslim Brotherhood to today’s Catholic Church.
David Horowitz and I have apparently hit a sore spot on the radical Left. They feel that we have been too hard in our recent articles on their kindred spirit, the radical Islamist Muslim Brotherhood.
Rich Lowry’s column in the New York Post yesterday entitled “Hope & Fear in the ‘Arab Spring’” should be required reading at the White House. Lowry reminded us that, while “every revolution against autocracy is initially stirring,” they don’t always end up as well as the American Revolution.
The radical Islamic Muslim Brotherhood, the most organized opposition group in Egypt, is trying to insert itself into a governing coalition to take over the reins of government. How will Obama handle the threat of a Muslim Brotherhood takeover?
Paul Krugman claimed in his New York Times op -ed article today that Republicans have mischaracterized what has happened in Europe to justify their own austerity program of significant budget cuts to reduce the national debt rather than monetizing it.
Obama is trying to pull off a Clinton: a sudden, swift move to the center. His only problem? He isn’t anything like Clinton.
While a brave Chinese dissident languishes in jail for speaking truth to power, his fellow Nobel Peace prize winner Barack Obama is serenaded by a spoiled brat who chose an anti-American song to please his patron President Hu.
Why did the usually sensible National Review run an inane column accusing the former Alaska Governor of libeling Feisal Abdul Rauf?
Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf is out as the religious face of the Park 51/Cordoba House mega mosque community center complex proposed to be built near Ground Zero. Rauf became too radioactive for the project’s developers, so he was pushed aside. Despite efforts by some apologists to defend this faux ‘moderate, the evidence of his true stealth jihad agenda was overwhelming.