On the week of 9/11.
Colleen LaRose was a high school dropout who was 16 when she married a man twice her age. She was “the weird, weird, weird lady who lived across the hall” and talked to her cats. She attempted suicide five years ago, allegedly wrote bad checks, drove drunk, and was divorced twice.
Surely one of those things [...]
Can California elect a Republican to the Senate? In a more conventional time, that might seem like a fanciful question. But with Scott Brown’s improbable victory in true-blue Massachusetts, it’s very much within the realm of possibility. Further underscoring that point, today’s New York Times reports on the surprisingly competitive race between three Republican challengers [...]
I feel a lot better now. For awhile there I was getting worried that we wouldn’t be able to make friends with all those jihadis who want to kill us, subjugate us, or convert us to Islam. Rashad Hussain is America’s new Muslim Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Conference in Jiddah, Saudi Arabia. Hussain [...]