Jamie Foxx Celebrates Murdering ‘All the White People’

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Why white liberals cheer jokes about their demise.

Capitalism and the Jews – New York Times Book Review

The question of why so many Jews have been so good at making money is a touchy one. For hundreds of years, it has been fraught with suspicion, denial, resentment, guilt, self-hatred and violence. No wonder Jews and gentiles alike are so uncomfortable confronting Jewish capitalistic competence. Still, in his slim essay collection “Capitalism and […]

Class Warfare Entrenched

An English professor is trying to sell his class on society’s collective guilt.

Andy McCarthy: Moussaoui Conviction Upheld – The Corner

The Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has affirmed the conviction and sentence of 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui. Enthusiasts of the law-enforcement approach to terrorism will undoubtedly claim this development as more evidence that their strategy works. To the contrary, I have argued several times see, e.g., here and here that we dodged a bullet […]

Fort Hood Denial – by Jamie Glazov

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Why the Left can’t accept the Islamic roots of Nidal Hasan’s shooting spree.

Religious Climate Rage – by Mark D. Tooley

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The religious Left rues capitalism’s survival in Copenhagen.

Christopher Hitchens: Arthur Koestler’s manic intellectual career – The Atlantic

I cannot recall a book title that was less well-shaped to its subject. Far from being a “skeptic,” Arthur Koestler was a man not merely convinced but actively enthused by practically any intellectual or political or mental scheme that came his way. When he was in the throes of an allegiance, he positively abhorred doubt, […]

The Dark Lessons of Eurabia – by Jamie Glazov

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A former Mossad agent who hunted terrorists in Europe offers some dire warnings.

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.