Hugging the Brotherhood to Death


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The Radical-in-Chief may have destroyed a terrorist group without even trying.

Andrew Sullivan’s (Sick) Last Paragraph


A couple of years ago, I was a regular (read “daily”) reader of Andrew Sullivan’s The Daily Dish. Andrew, I believed, did a wonderful job blogging about conservatism, the war on terror and, of course, domestic politics.
Gradually, however, my surfing behavior changed. The reason was that while Andrew once was a tremendous representative of British [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: February 3, 2010


A specter is haunting America – the specter of a people rising. From one coast to the other and across the great plains, Americans are waking up to the threat from a leftist elite that is determined to fundamentally change the American system, push through a socialist agenda, and make every citizen dependent on the [...]

Big government: Stop! – The Economist


IN THE aftermath of the Senate election in Massachusetts, the focus of attention is inevitably on what it means for Barack Obama. The impact on the Democratic president of the loss of the late Ted Kennedy’s seat to the Republicans will, no doubt, be significant (see article). Yet the result could be remembered as a […]

The Bernanke Nomination – WSJ.com


The White House said yesterday it has damped down a political revolt against Ben Bernanke and now has the votes to secure the Federal Reserve Chairman’s second four-year term. Whether or not Mr. Bernanke is confirmed, the lesson we draw is that overly political central bankers will eventually be undone by politics. There’s no doubt […]

NPR: Mass. Revolt and Obama’s Agenda


The January 20 broadcast of NPR’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook has a very obvious double meaning: Massachusetts Revolt and Mass Revolt.  NPR is soooooo clever.  Good to know that my tax dollars are not being wasted.
So, does NPR consider the election of ostensibly conservative Republican Scott Brown to the Senate seat owned (as in “bought and [...]

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The Peoples’ Revolt in Iran – WSJ.com


The foundation stones of Iran’s Islamic Republic were shaken again yesterday, showing that the largest antigovernment movement in its 30 years may be one of the biggest stories of next year as well. Now imagine the possibilities if the Obama Administration began to support Iran’s democrats.The perseverance of the so-called Green Movement is something to […]

Ross Douthat: Did The Republicans Blunder On Health Care? – NYTimes.com


Yes, say Jonathan Chait and David Frum, in pre-mortems for the G.O.P.’s efforts to derail the Democratic bill. Chait argues that the Republicans could have sold moderate Democrats on a “vastly more limited” piece of legislation, if they’d been willing to compromise early in the process. Instead, by uniting in lockstep opposition and gambling that […]

American History According to Zinn: A Leftist’s Fairy Tale


My grandfather used to tell my mother as she was growing up (in the Depression) that she and her siblings were lucky — they had a Sears catalog for the necessary paperwork in the out-house. He, on the other hand as a child, had to use two corn cobs. First, he would explain, you used [...]

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