Muslims, Our Natural Allies?


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First Things and National Review turn a blind eye to jihad violence and Sharia injustice.

John Derbyshire Learns What We Cannot Talk About


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Rather than banishing the issues on race Derbyshire raised, we should bring them out into the open.

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Ambitious Turkey


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Aspiring to reshape Muslim countries in its Islamist image.

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Rosie O’Donnell: Anti-Semite or Psychotic?


Helen Thomas, now former columnist for Hearst newspapers, has a track record of “utter detachment from reality.” In a 2006 column, Thomas characterized her colleagues in the White House press corp as “lap dogs” for the Bush administration leading up to the Iraq war. With axiomatic confidence she wrote,
“They lapped up everything the Pentagon and [...]

A Potential Roadblock to Conservative Victory


Today on National Review Online, Sean Hannity delivers a thumbnail sketch of his latest book’s thesis—“The American people have woken up to President Obama’s true agenda. It’s up to the GOP to make the most of it”:
No president in the history of modern polling has lost so much support in so short a period of [...]

NewsReal Blog Interview: Military Tribunal vs. Federal Trial: Obama’s Ping Pong Game


There is much speculation on whether President Obama will overrule his attorney general and change the venue and the type of trial the terrorists will be given. NewsReal Blog interviewed those with first-hand knowledge for their opinion on what type of trial the terrorists should have and where it should be held. Weighing in [...]

Stupak: Dems Told Me Funding Abortion Is Good, Because Kids Are Costly


From Lori Ziganto’s latest article at RedState:
Bart Stupak just had a revelation. And it’s a disturbing one.
Sitting in an airport, on his way home to Michigan, Rep. Bart Stupak, a pro-life Democrat, is chagrined. “They’re ignoring me,” he says, in a phone interview with National Review Online. “That’s their [...]

Andrew C. McCarthy: Kill or Capture? – National Review Online


A few years ago, I got into an argument with an expert on military operations. I had written a white paper proposing the creation of a national-security court for terrorism cases. In the paper I criticized the trend to “judicialize” warfare, arguing that, in our system, judgments about the detention and treatment of alien enemy […]

Andy McCarthy: Binyam Mohammed: Is That All There Is? – National Review Online


Binyam Mohammed is an al Qaeda terrorist who planned, with his would-be partner Jose Padilla the “Dirty Bomber” to carry out mass-murder attacks in U.S. cities as part of a 9/11 “second wave.” More here. Unlike Padilla, who was prosecuted on tangentially related terrorism charges and is now serving a lengthy albeit not lengthy enough […]

Andrew C. McCarthy: Holder on Holder – National Review Online


Attorney General Eric Holder has responded to criticism of the Obama administration’s handling of the Christmas bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, with an “all’s well that ends well” letter to Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell. Holder’s missive vigorously defends what he says was his decision to treat Abdulmutallab as a criminal defendant, to impose peacetime law-enforcement […]