The Only Thing We Have to Fear (Is Islamophobia Itself)


islamaphobia

Not all fears are irrational, nor criticism unwarranted.

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Super Bowl Lessons for the Right, Part II: Don’t Look to the Candidate, Look to Yourself


In both politics and football, the collective team effort typically matters more than individual performances.

From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 17, 2010


After our descent from the mountains, April and I stopped in Santa Fe to visit my oldest childhood friend, Danny Wolfman. Danny and I were born a month apart in 1939 and had been passengers in the same baby carriage pushed alternately by our two mothers who were also best friends. [...]

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Politicization of Middle Eastern Studies – by Brendan Goldman


Khomeini

On blatant display at Columbia U. Iran conference

30,000 More Troops—With One Hand Tied Behind their Backs?


The consensus, Left and Right, seems to be that President Obama’s speech was less than stirring.  On Fox News’s excellent news hour, Special Report with Bret Baier, Charles Krauthammer paraphrased Winston Churchill’s famed battle cry to sum it up this way
“We will fight them in air, we’ll fight them on the beaches, we’ll fight them [...]

Dear ‘60 Minutes/Vanity Fair Poll’


I’m enjoying your bemused/disgusted reaction to your own poll, in which Rush Limbaugh was voted the “Most Influential Conservative Voice In America:”
In a “Rush” to judgment, Mr. Limbaugh scored the most with 26 percent of the vote. His competitor, Mr. Beck edged out the last two Republican vice presidential candidates by a nose. It goes [...]