A Tale of Two Books

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A Dutch court is forced to compare Mein Kampf and the Quran in the Wilders trial.

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 […]

The Velvet Philosophical Revolution

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Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the battle for political freedom goes on.

Exalting Khomeini’s Legacy

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Iran’s leaders try to reignite the cultish reverence for a bloody despot.

History as Propaganda

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Anti-Israel professor Rashid Khalidi politicizes and academic awards ceremony.

Thank You, Glenn Beck, for Exposing Communism’s Evils

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Beck’s efforts help ensure that the millions extinguished by the communist killing machine will not be forgotten.

Thank You, Glenn Beck, for Exposing Communism’s Evils

Glenn

Beck’s efforts help ensure that the millions extinguished by the communist killing machine will not be forgotten.

Thank You, Glenn Beck, for Exposing Communism’s Evils

Glenn

Beck’s efforts help ensure that the millions extinguished by the communist killing machine will not be forgotten.

Roger Kimball: Howard Zinn Professor of Contempt – National Review Online

With Howard Zinn, contemporary American academia found its court historian. Zinn, who died January 27 at 87, was like a gigantic echo chamber, accurately reproducing — and actively reinforcing — every left-wing cliché with which the academy has abetted its sense of election these past several decades. “You see how smart he is,” saith the […]

Obama’s Budget Blame Game

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The president blames his predecessor for his own fiscal profligacy.