The Moderate Islam That Never Was


I have been cringing observing the debate between several NewsReal bloggers and John R. Guardiano about the existence — or lack thereof — of a “moderate Islam.” Once again, no matter what evidence and arguments are presented to the “there is a moderate Islam” proponent, it’s all useless, as they just go back to the [...]

Thiessen Vs. Stewart: Was Stewart Any More Rude Than Normal?


So I just watched Marc Thiessen’s appearance on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, if for no other reason than to watch some bloodshed. Thiessen, as the author of Courting Disaster: How the CIA Kept America Safe and How Barack Obama is Inviting the Next Attack had to have taken some major doses of xanax [...]

Stopping the Imperial Senate


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How can we prevent Senate Democrats from forcing through ObamaCare against the will of the American people?

How Bad Is the Indoctrination in our Colleges?


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Inside a classroom at the University of Massachusetts.

Just When I’m About to Praise Bernie Goldberg, He Says Something Overwhelmingly Stupid


Bernie just had to go and legitimize the clown that is Marc Lamont Hill, didn’t he?
Last time I live-blogged the O’Reilly Factor I tweaked Bernie Goldberg for his wimpy criticisms of the Right. Bernie didn’t care for this much and attacked me as a “Kool Aid Drinker.” He was unable or unwilling to answer my [...]

Chris Matthews Goes “Jay Walking”


One of Jay Leno’s funniest bits on the Tonight Show is when he goes trolling in Hollywood for people who know nothing about America.  They don’t know what country we fought to be independent from, what century the Civil War was in, etc.
MSNBC commentator Chris Matthews is a frequent Leno guest; but Thursday night, he [...]

Censorship at UC Irvine


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The rights of the speaker vs. the “rights” of disruptors.

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 […]

Breaking the Taliban


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The capture of a top Taliban commander may mark a crucial turning point in the Afghan war.

Super Bowl Lessons for the Right, Part II: Don’t Look to the Candidate, Look to Yourself


In both politics and football, the collective team effort typically matters more than individual performances.