Massachusetts voters reject treating our terrorist enemies like common criminals.
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 […]
Bin Laden has released a new audio tape to claim responsibility for the Christmas Day airline plot that Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab and Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula tried to carry out. It’s sort of like the 7th grade girl who tries to take credit for hooking up two friends who everyone knew were already pursuing [...]
“La Revolution mange ses enfants.” The Revolution devours her children. This is true not only of those who willingly nourish her with their own lives, but also those offspring who choose to renounce her and face a life of gnawing loneliness and consuming remorse.
One man who realized the evil nature of Communism and abandoned [...]
Jamie Glazov’s Analysis of Islamist Psychology Goes Global: Australian Columnist Draws on His Groundbreaking Writings
Is my dear friend and colleague Jamie Glazov finally starting to get the recognition he deserves?
I certainly hope so. Jamie’s analysis of the psychology of Islamic terrorism is unique and compelling. After encountering his work — like his recent blockbuster article on Abdulmutallab — you’ll never think about Islamofascism the same way again.
Check out this [...]
Proving that their hypocrisy extends beyond Faux-Feminism, some women on the Left are now revealing that For the Children ™ is also “just words”. You see, it’s totally cool to make fun of a politician’s children now, as long as you think their Mom or Dad is icky.
This disturbing, yet eye-opening trend, really began to [...]
My latest article over at Pajamas Media is different from the usual. It isn’t about national security or elections, but is about the defining characteristic of my life. A heated debate about religion on “The Real World: Washington D.C.” on MTV inspired me to write an article that reads more like a sermon.
Although some of [...]
It has been three months since I joined the ranks of the treadmill army. I want to make sure that I’m in shape when I’m forced to walk through the new body scanner at the airport. My routine consists of 45 minutes of pure torture and utter boredom. The machine that I use has a [...]