Fort Hood Denial – by Jamie Glazov


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Why the Left can’t accept the Islamic roots of Nidal Hasan’s shooting spree.

Welcome to Obamaland: Please Leave Reality at the Door


In an interview with ABC News, President Obama once again proved to be one of the best spinners in Washington, D.C. The United States, he said, will go “bankrupt” if his multi-trillion dollar health care plan America cannot afford, isn’t passed by Congress.
I know what you’re thinking: “that doesn’t make sense. If we’re already terribly [...]

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Christmas Reading – by Thomas Sowell


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Some superb books you can give as Christmas presents.

The FBI Awards – by Lloyd Billingsley


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A Sacramento imam gets a prize while the FBI investigates a jihadist mole.

Andrew Klavan: My Way Into and Out of the Left – by Jamie Glazov


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The critically-acclaimed novelist discusses his escape from the political faith.

Cap-And-Trade Loss A Stunner In Aussie Vote


An article was just published on Investors.com that’s really exciting.
Let’s hope this is contagious, and the rest of the American people wake up too!
This is great news for all supporters of rationality and common sense in government:
Cap-and-trade in Australia — which just a week ago was declared a certainty — is officially dead.
This is [...]

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Climaquiddick: Google carrying out ‘more purges than Stalin’


Meet the new boss
Same as the old boss
The mainstream media’s malfeasance during Climategate gave the blogosphere two precious weeks to do journalists’ jobs for them: reading the emails, analyzing data and eventually forcing legacy newsapapers and broadcasters to (sort of) cover the scientific scandal of the century.
We bloggers look at such situations, and [...]

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Lazy Media Matters Tries to Expose Right-Wing Media Bias


Some claims are too petty even for Media Matters to make on the merits alone.  Unfortunately, that’s not to say they have the good sense to abandon such attacks—no, they just need a little extra padding, like dredging up old, unrelated controversies to make them seem more significant.
Such is the sorry state of their latest [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 3, 2009


Antonio Gramsci once described the revolutionary temperament as a pessimism of the intellect and an optimism of the will. For the veterans of my radical generation, the balance was tipped when we sustained what seemed like irreparable injury to our sense of historical possibility. It was not even so much the feeling that the left [...]

Comments of the Day: Getting Real About Third Parties in the Merry Old Land of Oz


From Swemson’s Open Thread yesterday which highlighted how little private sector experience Obama’s cabinet has:

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I think it’s important to have some solid private sector experience AND not be crazy. Otherwise you get Ross Perot, Ron Paul, or some Libertarian candidate.
This entirely sensible comment from one of my favorite NewsReal regular [...]