Delegitimizing “Exclusivist” Israel


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Old Testament scholar Walter Brueggemann turns on Israel.

Tolerance for Terror


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Why the Obama administration resists the appropriate response to the threats to our freedoms and lives.

Radical Son Reflections, Part II: Personal Salvation Through Politics


[To read Part I of "Radical Son Reflections" click here.]
Last week, we started a new series here at NewsRealblog, the subject of which is David Horowitz’s autobiography Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey. I started reading this book, described by P.J. O’Rourke as “one of the best political memoirs I have ever read,” for the first [...]

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Brown’s National Security Victory


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Massachusetts voters reject treating our terrorist enemies like common criminals.

Communism is Still Here, and it’s Still Evil


Tran Huynh Duy Thuc, left, and Le Cong Dinh were sentenced to long prison terms in Vietnam
Tonight, Glen Beck will air his must-see special on communism, which should artfully recount the historical development of that inherently evil, political ideology. While Beck’s narrative will focus on the past, we must not lose sight of the fact [...]

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Geert Wilders: Freedom on Trial


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The Dutch politician goes on trial for insulting Islam.

Why the Rich Muslim Boy Became a Terrorist – by Jamie Glazov


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And why liberals can’t acknowledge what drove Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab.

The Theocracy of the Left or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Atheist


Perhaps it’s his accent, or the disaffected way he brushes his wispy hair from his face, but Christopher Hitchens is growing on me. Then again, it could simply be his latest piece in Newsweek, The Death of Theocracy, that has my heart all aflutter.
Hitchens, no stranger to religious debate, has trained his brazenly atheist sight [...]

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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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Progressives go to War over…War


The purpose of all war is peace—Saint Augustine: The City of God
While President Barack Obama was in Oslo, Norway yesterday accepting his Nobel Peace Prize (while at the same time justifying his troop surge in Afghanistan), back home Congressman and fellow progressive Democrat Dennis Kucinich was busy metaphorically pulling the red carpet out from under [...]

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