The Media’s Coverage of the Flotilla Raid Makes Me Want to Wreck My Face with a Hammer


Last night, Jon Stewart, who I view as honorable, joined the chorus of people criticizing the justified-as-much-as-something-can-be-justified raid by the Israelis on the flotilla carrying “aid” to Gaza, the home of Hamas. First, he referred to the people involved in the shipment as “activists” and then showed video of some of the ship’s contents—the non-violent [...]

More Than Bluster


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North Korea ups the ante. Will the world’s democracies fold?

Is Kim Jong-Il Fearful of an Uprising?


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Mysterious sinking of South Korean vessel could be response to increasing unrest among North Korean citizens.

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 11, 2009


The perspective that informs the nearly seven hundred pages of A People’s History is a plodding Marxism supplemented by the preposterous idea that nation-states are merely a fiction, and only economic classes are “real” social actors:
Class interest has always been obscured behind an all-encompassing veil called “the national interest.” My own war experience [in [...]

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