James Kirchick: Why shouldn’t we waterboard Abdulmutallab? – Daily News

Picture this hypothetical situation: A member of Al Qaeda boards a transatlantic flight bearing 269 passengers and crew headed for a major American city – let’s just say Detroit – with powdered explosives stitched into his undergarments. As the plane makes its final descent, the terrorist at this point in our narrative, that’s what he […]

Getting the Finger from a Moderate Muslim – by Robert Spencer

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Getting the finger from a moderate Muslim.

Harassment across Arab world drives women inside – AP

The sexual harassment of women in the streets, schools and work places of the Arab world is driving them to cover up and confine themselves to their homes, said activists at the first-ever regional conference addressing the once taboo topic. Activists from 17 countries across the region met in Cairo for a two-day conference ending […]

Andrew Klavan: My Way Into and Out of the Left – by Jamie Glazov

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The critically-acclaimed novelist discusses his escape from the political faith.

The Pretense of Knowledge – by Walter Williams

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Does Congress know exactly what’s best for you?

What’s Liberating about Islam? – by Rita Karlsen

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“One is spared from having to think.”

David Harsanyi: RealClearPolitics – A Reason To Be Skeptical

Who knows? In the long run, global warming skeptics may be wrong, but the importance of healthy skepticism in the face of conventional thinking is, once again, validated. What we know now is that someone hacked into the e-mails of leading climate researchers at the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit and others, including […]