Sarah Horowitz And Ronald Reagan


Dogged. Resolute. Moral. Optimistic in the face of multiple setbacks. Committed 1st and foremost to the individual and not the ideology.

Although it would be easy to peg these attributes to a Conservative such as Ronald Reagan, in this case they belong to the late Sarah Rose Horowitz, who of course is David [...]

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It’s Not Just the White House That’s the Problem


Last night, Eric Bolling, sitting in for Sean Hannity, had Ibrahim Hooper on to comment on the need for profiling likely terrorists at airports in the wake of the Detroit bomber incident.
Bolling could have had a representative from al-Qaeda on to advise Americans on how to protect themselves from al-Qaeda attacks. Bolling neglected to mention [...]

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Getting the Finger from a Moderate Muslim – by Robert Spencer


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Getting the finger from a moderate Muslim.

America’s Health Care Precipice


Barack Obama told the press today that the U.S. stood “on the precipice” of a health care bill.  Either the White House telepromter was on the blink today, or Obama, giddy from in his own in-house version of grade inflation, was so anxious to get that B+ he told Oprah he [...]

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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.

Apparently Nobody on the White House National Security Team Takes Meeting Minutes


For those of us concerned about President Barack Obama’s seriousness in prosecuting the War in Afghanistan, last night Sean Hannity offered a brand new cause for doubt – and it’s a doozy:
Video: Sean Hannity, 12/7/09

Hannity highlighted a Washington Post report recounting a jaw-dropping set of White House meetings with General Stanley McChrystal:
In June, McChrystal [...]

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In the future, everyone will be Hitler for fifteen minutes


I wish I could take credit for that line, but it was the fellow behind the now-defunct blog Beautiful Atrocities.
Sadly, I also can’t lay claim to the word “gaslighting,” a “form of intimidation or psychological abuse in which false information is presented to the victim, making them doubt their own memory and perception.”
Jamison Foser at [...]

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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.”