Global Warming as Segregation?

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The religious Left likens climate change activism with the civil rights protests of yesteryear.

The Right’s PC Police – by Jacob Laksin

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The Reid affair is one conversation about race Republicans shouldn’t want to have.

In ‘Game Change,’ Insight, Anew, on the 2008 Campaign – NYTimes.com

Why another book on the 2008 campaign, a year after the inauguration of President Obama? What more is there to say about a race that was covered day in and day out by newspapers, magazines, television, radio and bloggers? Is there anything more to learn about the candidates — and does it matter to an […]

Bill Ayers, Israel’s Latest Attacker – by P. David Hornik

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The former Weatherman terrorist takes Hamas’s line toward the Jewish state.

The Consequences of Obama: Terrorism is Back – by Dick Morris

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The tragic results of the President’s unilateral disarmament in the terror war.

The Heretics: Dr. Craig Idso – by Rich Trzupek

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The anti-Al Gore, Dr. Craig Idso says the world can use more carbon dioxide, not less.

Bret Stephens: Airport Security and Our Incompetent Civilization – WSJ.com

When does a civilization become incompetent? I’ve been mulling the question in a number of contexts over the last year, including our inability to put a stop to Somali piracy, detain a terrorist who can neither be charged nor released, think rationally about climate change, or rebuild Ground Zero in an acceptable time frame. But […]

Unrest in Iran: The Vindication of George W. Bush – by Larry Elder

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How the Iraq War emboldened Iran’s democratic dissidents.

Frontpage’s Man of the Year: Glenn Beck – by David Forsmark

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The rising star of the Right has kept Obama in check and spearheaded the conservative revival.