IN THE aftermath of the Senate election in Massachusetts, the focus of attention is inevitably on what it means for Barack Obama. The impact on the Democratic president of the loss of the late Ted Kennedy’s seat to the Republicans will, no doubt, be significant (see article). Yet the result could be remembered as a […]
“La Revolution mange ses enfants.” The Revolution devours her children. This is true not only of those who willingly nourish her with their own lives, but also those offspring who choose to renounce her and face a life of gnawing loneliness and consuming remorse.
One man who realized the evil nature of Communism and abandoned [...]
My latest article over at Pajamas Media is different from the usual. It isn’t about national security or elections, but is about the defining characteristic of my life. A heated debate about religion on “The Real World: Washington D.C.” on MTV inspired me to write an article that reads more like a sermon.
Although some of [...]
Who is the most important European alive today? I nominate the Dutch politician Geert Wilders. I do so because he is best placed to deal with the Islamic challenge facing the continent. He has the potential to emerge as a world-historical figure. That Islamic challenge consists of two components: on the one hand, an indigenous […]
At FrontPage this past week we ran an important report about how the Huffington Post has allowed a wave of anti-Semitic comments onto their site.
And then I discover this this afternoon on John Work’s recent post about the tidal wave of illegal immigrants:
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You are a joke! Fear mongers like [...]
In case you missed it, last night Glenn Beck spent a full hour interviewing Sarah Palin.
Their conversation touched on topics not usually discussed these days: God and trust.
See the full interview before the talking heads start putting their own spin on it. You might just regain some of your faith in human nature.
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In the fall of 2001, as an anguished nation came to grips with the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a slender, soft-spoken economics major named Elizabeth Hanson set out to write her senior thesis at Colby College in Maine. Her question was a timely one: How do the world’s three major faith traditions apply economic principles? […]
Three Malaysian churches have been firebombed in as tensions over the use of the word Allah by non-Muslims intensify. The churches in the capital Kuala Lumpur were hit by incendiary devices early on Friday ahead of planned protests by Muslims over a High Court decision to end a ban on the use of the word […]
Just when Tiger Woods thought he was safe – he gets attacked by Brit Hume on Fox News. Hume put on his inquisition robe last Sunday and basically told Tiger to turn or burn. He threatened Woods that he better accept Jesus or face a baptismal water boarding.
Well, that’s not exactly how it happened. But [...]