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There's Something About Mitt

There's Something About Mitt

So far Mitt Romney has lost two out of three primaries, twice to candidates that the establishment didn't even feel were worthy of their attention. In his biggest victory in New Hampshire he barely managed to take 40 percent of the vote.  

Like it or not Republicans voters are not particularly ...

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A Child-Rapist From a Respectable Family

A Child-Rapist From a Respectable Family

When a news report as hideous as this one comes along, no one is really surprised to discover the culturally enriched aspects of the crime. Even if they are not allowed to discuss it, most citizens of major Western European cities surely expect that grotesquely violent crime and debased behavior ...

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The Lions of Allah Among the Lambs of Norway

The Lions of Allah Among the Lambs of Norway

The following article just appeared in VG.no, the website for Norway’s largest newspaper, and was translated by our Norwegian correspondent The Observer.

It concerns a culturally enriched young woman named Aisha Shezadi, who is touring Norwegian schools giving talks about her personal ...

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The Palestinian Big Lie Revisited

As the US presidential elections draw closer, support for Israel becomes a mantra for every potential candidate. Republicans wave their pro-Israel flag to satisfy the significant majority of ...

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The Society for the Protection of Iranian Nuclear Scientists

The Society for the Protection of Iranian Nuclear Scientists

After having exhausted the indignant possibilities of protesting the extinction of whales, pelicans and polar bears, the left has found a new endangered species to be outraged about. Iranian nuclear scientists. It's one thing to hug a polar bear or a tree, but it's another to embrace an Iranian ...

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Out of Options in Egypt

Out of Options in Egypt

Back during the early days of the Tahrir Square protests I wrote, "59 percent of Egyptian Muslims want democracy and 95 percent want Islam to play a large part in politics. 84 percent believe apostates should face the death penalty. That is what Egyptian democracy will look like. A unanimous ...

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Threatening Shadows Over Egypt

Threatening Shadows Over Egypt

The Muslim Brotherhood did not initiate the current upheavals in the Middle East, but the Islamist parties in Egypt, as in Tunisia and Libya, have been the chief beneficiaries of the collapse of long-standing authoritarian repressive regimes across North Africa. In Egypt itself, the two largest ...

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Will Palestinian Reconciliation Lead to a Hamas Takeover of the PLO?

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Subtergenekon and Other Crimes

Subtergenekon and Other Crimes

In Turkey, alleged terrorism requires a brand-new vocabulary.  

City Journal

George Orwell’s greatest act of genius was the invention of Newspeak, the official language of Oceania, devised to meet the ideological needs of “Ingsoc,” or English Socialism. Explaining the nature of a mass trial in ...

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