In a recent National Review article he entitled “Surreal Rules”, Victor Davis Hanson describes the difficulties of fighting in an absurdly complicated region. He uses hyperbole to outline the rules that he has concluded are necessary for winning a war in
Arab secularist, Wafa Sultan, rips extremist Moslems during a debate on Al Jazeera (Click on the image to pop a new window with the video).
According to Fox News, Mel Gibson may have a problem with Jews — he says that they’re responsible for all the wars, they’ve inflated the number of dead in the Holocaust, etc. But Gibson likes one Jewish person a lot.
Clifford May, a former New York Times foreign correspondent writes in National Review, “… give Hezbollah, Syria, Iran, and other Islamist fascists credit: They understand the perverse psychology of their enemies, the infidels. They know how to confuse us, how
You may be aware that three-term incumbent Joe Lieberman and Edward “Ned” Lamont will vie for the title of Connecticut’s Democrat Senatorial Candidate in that state’s primary next Tuesday. Even though Lieberman was the Democrat’s Vice Presidential candidate in 2000
This little story was sent to me from Mark Clower. Neither he nor I can vouch for its accuracy, but it’s interesting reading: Here is a little history on the Social Security Program. Franklin Roosevelt, a Democrat, introduced the Social
Stephen Colbert recently interviewed Washington DC’s shadow member of Congress, Eleanor Holmes Norton. The YouTube web site has the very funny video, especially the part where Colbert argues with Norton about discrimination, sexual harassment, etc.
Hezbollah is a group of 15,000 well-armed terrorists that are accountable to no one except the rogue nations of Syria and Iran. The concepts of “disproportionate response”, “moral equivalency”, or other inventions of western culture are simply not applicable. You
An interesting editorial in the German newspaper/site Der Spiegel… Matthias Kuntzel indicates the reasons “Why Israel’s Reaction is Right”. For a European, he highlights some interesting observations and conclusions: In 2003, 59 percent of all Europeans pointed to Israel as