Eyeless in Gaza

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How radical critics distort Israel’s alleged “siege” of Palestinian territory.

Three Reasons Why The Dems Are in Big, Big Trouble. And One Reason Why They’re Not. – Reason Magazine

Martha Coakley’s resounding defeat in the Massachusetts Senate race is hardly the sort of anniversary gift President Barack Obama could have predicted. Yet there it was, wrapped in a bow and plopped on his doorstep like a flaming bag of dog poo to mark the end of his first year in office. Among other things, […]

Scott Brown Beats Martha Coakley – WSJ.com

‘It is to me a new and consolatory proof that wherever the people are well-informed they can be trusted with their own government; that whenever things get so far wrong as to attract their notice, they may be relied on to set them to rights.” —Thomas Jefferson to Richard Price, January 8, 1789. Two hundred […]

Victory for Free Speech in Texas

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But the war to defend it is just heating up.

The UN Shines in Haiti

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Despite the worst loss of life in its history, the UN has led humanitarian efforts in the earthquake-shattered nation.

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Cautions against Islamic Immigration

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Lord Carey challenges creeping Sharia in Great Britain.

Drugging the West

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Chavez becomes a major player in narcotics trafficking.

Reincarnation of Sixties Marxist Radicals

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Founded in January 2006, the “new” Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) derives its name, inspiration, and mission from the original SDS of the 1960s. The new SDS consists of more than 150 chapters based in high schools, colleges, universities, and cities across the United States. Describing itself as “a radical, multi-issue student and youth organization,” SDS’s goal is to initiate “a broad-based, deep-rooted, […]

Free Speech on Trial – by Robert Spencer

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Geert Wilders is a test case for freedom.

Peter Suderman: How the CBO became the biggest impediment to ObamaCare, Reason Magazine

It was January 2009, and Democrats were triumphant. Their party had won major victories in both the House and the Senate, and Barack Obama, arguably the most economically left-wing president in decades, had just won the White House on a promise to finally achieve what had eluded liberals for so long: universal health care. As […]