A Killer in the Wind


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Andrew Klavan’s latest thriller delivers.

Faith and Fiction


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A thriller writer and an FBI veteran eschew sermonizing for suspense in two Christian fiction hits.

Massa the Martyr?


Writing below, Matthew Vadum generously accepts embattled Rep. Eric Massa’s claim that he was forced to retire from Congress due to his opposition to ObamaCare. While this is indeed Massa’s current self-serving explanation, I for one don’t find it credible, not least because it has shifted several times now: He had initially claimed that he [...]

Unable to Bear the Company of Women


The New York Times has an extensive profile of the American jihadist Omar Hammami, a.k.a. Abu Mansoor Al-Amriki, detailing his odyssey from being a middle-class American boy in Alabama to a hateful jihadist in Somalia. We are told that Omar dropped out of college because, as he had himself explained, he “could no longer bear [...]

Why is This Woman Handing Out Blank Absentee Ballots?


This YouTube just went viral. It appears to show a woman handing out blank absentee ballots in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Now, why would she do that? Dear me, what a mystery.

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 24, 2009


Ten years later, I am still pushing on. The universe I inhabit remains a mystery but I go on living and writing nonetheless, as though there were a reason for both. I have survived long enough to see my time map run in reverse. The future is now a dwindling proposition. [...]

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