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The Cold War At Home by John T. Simpson. The news is really unbelievable these days. All that I once thought were core American values and traditions are now being washed away in a sea of propaganda and political attacks [...]
(Via Instapundit) Erik Voorhees on The Record of the Federal Reserve. The Federal Reserve System is fraudulent. Whatever its stated purpose, its effect is to create a hidden mechanism of deficit spending by politicians, through the insidious invisible taxation of [...]
Unbelievable. Obama’s Website implies that “Critics of Obamacare Are Heirs of Bin Laden.” RECLAIM OUR LAND FROM THE HEIRS OF, YES: BIN LADEN All 50 States are coordinating in this – as we fight back against our own Right-Wing Domestic [...]
Newsweek offers an email exchange between Jon Meacham and Sam Tanenhaus. Tanenhaus is author of the new book, The Death of Conservatism.
Jocelyne Cesari, Director of the Islam in the West Program at the Harvard Divinity School, writes a negative review of Christopher Caldwell’s book, Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam, and the West. Despite this polished façade, Caldwell’s book [...]
Who knew that Jesus would return to Russia? The beard and long hair are both present and correct. And with his flowing linen robes and beatific smile he certainly does a fine impression of a holy man. But to his [...]
The Economist has an interview with The Corner‘s Jim Manzi.
Bay Area newspapers are providing an online database of public employee salaries, and includes this note from the editor. Today, we are launching a searchable online database with the salaries of more than 134,000 public employees — people paid with [...]
Spengler (David Layman) reviews The End of Secularism.
The new hip sport? Bowling. Today’s average bowler is 29 years old, according to the Associated Press, citing numbers from Strike Ten Entertainment, the marketing Advertisement arm of the bowling industry. Women make up 49 percent of bowlers. There are [...]
A nice post by Jeremy D. Boreing at Big Hollywood, A Christian Nation
(Via Instapundit) Roger Simon states that Al Jazeera is better than CNN. Al Jazeera was clearly better, more honest, more informative and more entertaining than CNN International or the BBC. And kinder to the US.
As an avid cyclist (both with motor and without), I find the following statistics not a least bit surprising! More than 52,000 bicyclists have been killed in bicycle traffic accidents in the U.S. over the 80 years the federal government [...]
Hakimullah Mehsud is the new leader of the Pakistani Taliban.
Texas A&M agrees that a campus Christian club may remain Christian.
Bradley Monton and Michael Behe weigh-in on the bloggingheads.tv controversy and the taking down of the video dialogue between John McWhorter and Behe.