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Hell Has a New Resident and Mexico Has a New Hero

Hell Has a New Resident and Mexico Has a New Hero

Everyone has a budget and debt problem. Even terrorists.

The Palestinian Authority is facing a budget crisis. It has reached its borrowing limit and has a 585 million dollar deficit... Back in 2007, 7.4 billion dollars was pledged to keep the terrorist edifice of the Authority running. The PA ...

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China's Second Great Leap Forward

China's Second Great Leap Forward

The People's Republic of China's first Great Leap Forward thrust it forward at the cost of some 40 million lives. And while its Second Great Leap Forward appears to come at a smaller cost in lives, it may prove to be equally fragile.

The saving grace of the PRC economy has been the willingness of ...

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The Jewish Vote

The Jewish Vote

Every election season brings another round of predictable essays about the Jewish vote. Variations of these essays have been going round and round for decades without getting anywhere. So let's begin by demystifying the Jewish vote.

The Jewish vote is not a single entity. There is no monolithic ...

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The Last Refuge of Liberty

The Last Refuge of Liberty

When Madame Roland, the moderate French Republican, was a prisoner in the hands of the radicals, she wrote; "Oh my friends. Heaven grant that you may reach the United States-- that last refuge of liberty-- in safety!" Two-hundred years later, her "last refuge of liberty" is under siege by the same ...

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Why Do We Still Celebrate the 4th of July

Why Do We Still Celebrate the 4th of July

What do we celebrate when we celebrate the Fourth of July?

Is it the independence from being ruled by an out of touch government thousands of miles away, taxed at their pleasure, and told to be grateful for it?

Is it home rule under our own elected officials who can't be trumped by the decision of ...

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Cowboys vs Superheroes

Cowboys vs Superheroes

To walk into a movie theater today is to notice one obvious thing. Aside from the inflated ticket prices, and the resort to gimmicks such as 3D by a film industry unable to compete with newer more immersive forms of entertainment, is that a genre which hardly existed 50-60 years ago dominates the ...

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Friday Afternoon Roundup - Put Some Teeth In It

DON'T WORRY, BE MUSLIM

Forget all the worrying and fussing over Muslim immigration and terrorism. The future looks bright for Britain. We’re probably only days away from the first female Imam and drive through abortion clinics in local mosques. Mecca is going to host its first swimsuit competition ...

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Leave Me Alones vs Make It Betters

Leave Me Alones vs Make It Betters

The two streams in American politics are not liberal vs conservative, they can be roughly defined as "Leave Me Alone" vs "Make It Better". Leave Me Alone seeks personal independence, self-reliance and freedom from interference. Make It Better believes in the progressive betterment of society ...

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Get Well, Hugo

Get Well, Hugo

Reports say that Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez may be seriously ill. In Dictatorspeak, seriously ill means seriously dead. And seriously dead, means there's a revolution coming up shortly. But whether Hugo Chavez is dead, sick or just vacationing in Cuba for his health-- there's no reason for ...

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