NRO’s Peter Wehner Schools Pat Robertson on Christian Theology


As news began to pour in yesterday from Haiti, my thoughts turned to Mission of Hope , an orphanage-school which friends of mine volunteered at.  I wondered about their safety, the safety of the children and staff, and the condition of the ministry’s infrastructure.  I thought about the country, the stories I’d heard, the history [...]

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Flight 253: The Lessons Not Learned – by Jamie Glazov


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A U.S. military veteran reveals how America remains vulnerable and naïve.

Muslim Guerilla Training in New York – by Frontpagemag.com


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Never-before-seen footage of terrorist training at “Islamberg.”

Christopher Hitchens: Arthur Koestler’s manic intellectual career – The Atlantic


I cannot recall a book title that was less well-shaped to its subject. Far from being a “skeptic,” Arthur Koestler was a man not merely convinced but actively enthused by practically any intellectual or political or mental scheme that came his way. When he was in the throes of an allegiance, he positively abhorred doubt, […]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 2, 2009


Notwithstanding that the West and her anti-Communist enemies were right all along, Gerda Lerner is still a determined and passionate enemy of America and the West. In the conflict in Iraq it does not matter to her that Saddam Hussein did not even pretend to advance the cause of “social justice” as Stalin did. It [...]