Jim Geraghty: The Travails of Martha Coakley – National Review Online


Presumably Martha Coakley, the Massachusetts attorney general aiming to be that state’s next U.S. senator, has more political skill than she’s demonstrated in recent days. She must be on a spectacularly ill-timed run of bad luck and rookie mistakes. As Republican Scott Brown has roared from unknown to potential upset winner, Coakley came under fire […]

Lunch Break – GRAY EAGLES FILM BY CHRIS WOODS



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Obama and the Vampire Congress – by Michelle Malkin


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Meet the Beltway bloodsuckers.

Andy McCarthy: Moussaoui Conviction Upheld – The Corner


The Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has affirmed the conviction and sentence of 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui. Enthusiasts of the law-enforcement approach to terrorism will undoubtedly claim this development as more evidence that their strategy works. To the contrary, I have argued several times see, e.g., here and here that we dodged a bullet […]

Abdulmutallab’s Lack of Friends – by Jamie Glazov


The mainstream media has, with its typical slick expertise, succeeded in avoiding yet another crucial phenomenon that explains what caused the terror attempt on Flight 253.
It keeps mentioning, in passing, how Abdulmutallab was “lonely,” but it never honestly explores why he was lonely.
In his 300 postings under the name “farouk1986″ in an online forum, the [...]

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Sarah Horowitz And Ronald Reagan


Dogged. Resolute. Moral. Optimistic in the face of multiple setbacks. Committed 1st and foremost to the individual and not the ideology.

Although it would be easy to peg these attributes to a Conservative such as Ronald Reagan, in this case they belong to the late Sarah Rose Horowitz, who of course is David [...]

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A Daughter Brought to Life – by Jay Nordlinger


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David Horowitz’s unusual new memoir.

Carter Says Sorry to Jews, Apology Not Linked to Grandson’s Political Ambitions – FOXNews.com


Jimmy Carter’s recent apology to Jews for actions he acknowledged have stigmatized Israel is not timed to a decision by his grandson on whether to enter Georgia politics, the former president told an online Jewish news agency this week.Atlanta attorney Jason Carter, 34, is debating whether to run for Georgia’s state Senate from the district […]